Aladjem, T. K.

The culture of vengeance and the fate of American justice / Terry K. Aladjem. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008.

See p. 146-157.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Arnold, K. R.

America’s new working class : race, gender, and ethnicity in a biopolitical age / Kathleen R. Arnold. – University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, ©2008.

See ch. 2, “Domestic war : Locke’s concept of prerogative” (p. 73-103)

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Björk, N.

Fria själar : ideologi och verklighet hos Locke, Mill och Benedictsson / Nina Björk. – [Stockholm?] : Wahlström & Widstrand, ©2008.

See “John Locke” (p. 35-80)

Unverified.

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Bori, P. C.

“Humanism and political theology from Pico to Locke” / Pier Cesare Bori. // IN: Annali d’italianistica. – 26 (2008):77-95 [esp. 88-90].

LS 9:5

Bradizza, L. A.

Richard T. Ely’s critique of capitalism / by Luigi A. Bradizza. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Dallas, 2008. – 2 vols. (viii, 440 leaves)

Unverified.

Brandt, R.

“Der Leviathan und das liberale Commonwealth : Staatsrecht und Strafrecht bei Hobbes und Locke” / von Reinhard Brandt. // IN: Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie. – 56 (2008):205-220.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

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Brown, S.

“The sovereignty of the people” / Stuart Brown. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 45-57.

LS 8:5

Burns, J. H.

Regimen medium : executive power in early-modern political thought” / J. H. Burns. // IN: History of political thought. – 29 (2008):213-229.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

LS 8:5

Button, M. E.

Contract, culture, and citizenship : transformative liberalism from Hobbes to Rawls / Mark E. Button. – University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, ©2008.

See 2, “Compact before liberal constructivism : the divine politics of John Locke.” (p. 87-130) and 3, “Governing subjects and breeding citizens : dilemmas of public reasoning and public judgment in Locke” (p. 131-172)

Abstract: PhI 2008.

LS 8:5

Casalini, B.

“Denisons, aliens, and citizens in Locke’s Second treatise of government” / Brunella Casalini. // IN: Locke studies. – 8 (2008):107-124.

Available online: https://doi.org/10.5206/ls.2008.1008

LS 9:5

Casson, D.

“Emergency judgment : Carl Schmitt, John Locke, and the paradox of prerogative” / Douglas Casson. // IN: Politics & policy. – 36 (2008):944-971.

Unverified.

LS 9:5

Claeys, E. R.

“The private society and the liberal public good in John Locke’s thought” / Eric R. Claeys. // IN: Freedom of association / edited by Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jr., and Jeffrey Paul. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008. – (Social philosophy and policy ; vol. 25) – p. 201-234.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Doyle, M. W. & Carlson, G. S.

“Silence of the laws? : conceptions of international relations and international law in Hobbes, Kant, and Locke” / Michael W. Doyle and Geoffrey S. Carlson. // IN: Columbia journal of transnational law. – 46 (2008):648-666.

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Reprinted in: What is war? : an investigation in the wake of 9/11 / edited by Mary Ellen O’Connell. – Leiden ; Boston : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2012. – (International humanitarian law series ; vol. 37). Unverified.

LS 12:7 [under O’Connell]

Farr, J.

“Locke, natural law, and new world slavery” / James Farr. // IN: Political theory. – 36 (2008):495-522.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

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Reprinted in: Locke’s political liberty : readings and misreadings / edited by Christophe Miqueu and Mason Chamie (2009). – p. 165-188.

Feldman, L. C.

“Judging necessity : democracy and extra-legalism” / Leonard C. Feldman. // IN: Political theory. – 36 (2008):550-577.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Flikschuh, K.

“Reason, right, and revolution : Kant and Locke” / Katrin Flikschuh. // IN: Philosophy & public affairs. – 36 (2008):375-404.

LS 9:7

Forster, G. & Parker, K. I.

“ ‘Men being partial to themselves’ : human selfishness in Locke’s Two treatises” / Greg Forster and Kim Ian Parker. // IN: Politics and religion. – 1 (2008):169-199.

Unverified.

Gangle, R.

“Sovereignty and state-form” / Rocco Gangle. // IN: The sleeping giant has awoken : the new politics of religion in the United States / edited by Jeffrey W. Robbins and Neal Magee. – New York : Continuum, ©2008. – p. 138-159.

Unverified.

Goldie, M.

“John Locke, Thomas Beconsall, and filial rebellion” / Mark Goldie. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 127-142.

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Hale, B.

“Private property and environmental ethics : some new directions” / Benjamin Hale. // IN: Metaphilosophy. – 39 (2008):402-421.

Hayes, P.

“Pirates, privateers and the contract theories of Hobbes and Locke” / Peter Hayes. // IN: History of political thought. – 29 (2008):461-484.

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Hendrix, B. A.

Ownership, authority, and self-determination / Burke A. Hendrix. – University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, ©2008.

See 4, “Ownership and social contract” (p. 61-82)

LS 8:8

Hirschmann, N. J.

Gender, class, and freedom in modern political theory / Nancy J. Hirschmann. – Princeton ; Oxford : Princeton University Press, ©2008.

See Ch. 2, “John Locke–Freedom, reason, and the education of citizen-subjects” (p. 79-117, 298-301 [notes])

LS 8:9

Hueglin, T. O.

Classical debates for the 21st century : rethinking political thought / Thomas O. Hueglin. — Peterborough, Ont. : Broadview Press, ©2008.

See Ch. 7, “State and society : Locke v. Montesquieu” (p. 119-146)

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Ivison, D.

Rights / Duncan Ivison. – Stocksfield : Acumen Pub. Ltd., 2008. – (Central problems of philosophy)

See ch. 3, “Rights as property” (p. 62-93)

Also published: Montréal : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2008.

Unverified.

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Kingston, R.

“Locke, Waldron and the moral status of ‘crooks’ ” / Rebecca Kingston. // IN: European journal of political theory. – 7 (2008):203-221.

On Waldron, God, Locke and equality (2002)

LS 8:11

Lawler, P. A.

“Our crisis of self-evidence” / P. A. Lawler. // IN: Society. – 45 (2008):322-336.

Unverified.

LS 8:11

Leiter, Y.

“The Hebraic roots of Locke’s doctrine of charity” / Yechiel Leiter. // IN: Jewish political studies review. – 20 (2008):141-159.

Lucassen, L.

“Between Hobbes and Locke : gypsies and limits of the modernization paradigm” / Leo Lucassen. // IN: Social history. – 33 (2008):423-441.

Unverified.

Merges, R. P.

“Locke for the masses : property rights and the products of collective creativity” / Robert P. Merges. // IN: Hofstra law review. – 36 (2008):1179-1191.

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New

Mills, C. W.

“Racial liberalism” / Charles W. Mills. // IN: PMLA. – 123 (2008):1380-1397.

Müller, F. de M.

“Idéias inatas e suas consequéncias políticas” / Felipe de Matos Müller. // IN: Kalagatos. – vol. 5:no. 10 (2008):57-82.

Nine, C.

“A Lockean theory of territory” / Cara Nine. // IN: Political studies. – 56 (2008):148-165.

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Nine, C.

“Superseding historic injustice and territorial rights” / Cara Nine. // IN: Critical review of international social and political philosophy. – 11 (2008):79-87.

On J. Waldron, “Superseding historic injustice” (1992)

LS 8:13

Nyquist, M.

“Slavery, resistance, and nation in Milton and Locke” / Mary Nyquist. // IN: Early modern nationalism and Milton’s England / edited by David Loewenstein and Paul Stevens. – Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, ©2008. – p. 356-397.

Prokhovnik, R.

Sovereignty : history and theory / Raia Prokhovnik. – Exeter ; Charlottesville, VA : Imprint Academic, ©2008.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Unverified.

Rehfeld, A.

“Jephthah, the Hebrew Bible, and John Locke’s Second treatise of government” / Andrew Rehfeld. // IN: Hebraic political studies. – 3:no.1 (winter 2008):60-93.

Available online at: http://www.hpstudies.org/20/article.aspx?articleid=80 [viewed 30 August 2018]

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Rosenthal, A. S.

Crown under law : Richard Hooker, John Locke, and the ascent of modern constitutionalism / Alexander S. Rosenthal. – Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, ©2008. – 358 p.

See “Richard Hooker, John Locke, and the great debates of the 17th century”

ISBN 978-0-739-12413-0; 978-0-739-12414-7 (pbk.).

Unverified.

Review: S. D. Sutton, “Un-locking Locke” (2009).

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Sheldon, G. W. & Hill, C. W., Jr.

The liberal republicanism of John Taylor of Caroline / Garrett Ward Sheldon and C. William Hill, Jr. – Madison ; Teaneck : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, ©2008.

See 1, “Early American historiography and the political thought of John Taylor” (p. 11-31) and 2, “The ideological context of John Taylor’s political thought” (p. 32-52)

Smaw, E. D.

“An analysis of the philosophy of universal human rights : Hobbes, Locke, and Ignatieff” / Eric D. Smaw. // IN: International philosophical quarterly. – 48 (2008):39-58.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

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Somers, M. R.

Genealogies of citizenship : markets, statelessness, and the right to have rights / Margaret R. Somers. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008. – (Cambridge cultural social studies)

See pp. 154-156, 269-284.

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Sorell, T.

“Hobbes, Locke and the state of nature” / Tom Sorell. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 27-43.

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Stanton, T.

“Hobbes and Locke on natural law and Jesus Christ” / Timothy Stanton. // IN: History of political thought. – 29 (2008):65-88.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

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Tuckness, A.

“John Locke and public administration” / Alex Tuckness. // IN: Administration & society. – 40 (2008):253-270.

Tuckness, A.

“Punishment, property, and the limits of altruism : Locke’s international asymmetry” / Alex Tuckness. // IN: American political science review. – 102 (2008):467-479.

Vaughan, S. K.

Poverty, justice, and Western political thought / Sharon K. Vaughan. – Lanham, Md. : Lexington Books, ©2008.

See “Societal responsibility and the undeserving poor : John Locke.”

Unverified.

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Ward, L.

“Locke on toleration and inclusion.” – See entry in Chapter 6.

Wimberly, C.

“Montesquieu and Locke on democratic power and the justfication of the ‘war on terror’ ” / Cory Wimberly. // IN: International studies in philosophy. – 40:2 (2008):107-120.