Abramson, J.

Minerva’s owl : the tradition of Western political thought / Jeffrey Abramson. 2 Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2009.

See Ch. 10, “Locke, liberalism, and the possessive life” (p. 197-221)

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Akdemir, F.

“John Locke’un liberal siyaset felsefesinin metafizik arka planı” / Ferhat Akdemir. // IN: Istanbul Üniversitesi Ilahiyat Fakültesi dergisi. – 19 (2009).

Unverified.

Almeida, M. C. P. de.

“Naturaleza y convención : el nacimiento de la obligación política en el debate Locke-Filmer” / Maria Cecília Pedreira de Almeida. // IN: En el nombre de Dios : razón natural y revolución burguesa en la obra de John Locke / Eduardo Rinesi (editor). — p. 127-171.

Andrew, E.

“A note on Locke’s ‘the great art of government’ ” / Edward Andrew. // IN: Canadian journal of political science = Revue canadienne de science politique. – 42 (2009):511-519.

See also the comment by L. Ward, “A note on Locke’s ‘great art of government’ ” (2009)

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Armitage, D.

“John Locke’s international thought” / David Armitage. // IN: British international thinkers from Hobbes to Namier / edited by Ian Hall and Lisa Hall. – New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. – (The Palgrave Macmillan history of international thought series). – p. 33-48.

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Revised version published in Foundations of modern international thought (2013), chapter 5.

Bentwich, M.

“On political participation, rights and redistribution : a Lockean perspective”/ Miriam Bentwich. // IN: Critical review of international social and political philosophy. – 12 (2009):491-511.

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Broad, J. & Green, K.

A history of women’s political thought in Europe, 1400-1700 / Jacqueline Broad and Karen Green. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009.

See esp. Ch. 12, “Mary Astell” (p. 265-287)

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Brocker, M.

“Suffrage and democracy in the political philosophy of John Locke” / Manfred Brocker. // IN: Interpretation : a journal of political philosophy. – 37 (2009):29-46.

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Brooke, C.

“ ‘Locke en particulier les a traitées exactement dans les mêmes principes que moi’ : revisiting the relationship between Locke and Rousseau” / Christopher Brooke. // IN: Locke’s political liberty : readings and misreadings / edited by Christophe Miqueu and Mason Chamie (2009). – p. 69-82.

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Chadwick, S.

“John Locke, the state of nature and terrorism”/ Stephen Chadwick. // IN: Critical studies on terrorism. – 2 (2009):438-452.

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Corbett, R. J.

The Lockean commonwealth / Ross J. Corbett. – Albany : State University of New York press, ©2009. – x, 241 p.

ISBN 978-1-4384-2791-3.

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Covell, C.

The law of nations in political thought : a critical survey from Vitoria to Hegel / Charles Covell. – Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

See “Locke”(p. 120-130)

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Devigne, R.

“Strauss and ‘Straussianism’ : from the ancients to the moderns?” / Robert Devigne. // IN: Political studies. – 2009. – 25 p.

Dobson, A.

“Freedom and dependency in an environmental age” / by Andrew Dobson. // IN: Social philosophy & policy. – 26 (2009):no. 2:151-172.

Issue reprinted as Natural resources, the environment, and human welfare / edited by Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jr., and Jeffrey Paul. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009.

Dunn, J.

“Postface” / John Dunn. // IN: Locke’s political liberty : readings and misreadings / edited by Christophe Miqueu and Mason Chamie (2009). – p. 209-214.

Eicholz, H. L.

“Pufendorf, Grotius, and Locke : who is the real father of America’s founding political ideas?" / Hans L. Eicholz. // IN: The independent review. – 13 (2009):447-454.

Review essay on Mark Hulliung, The social contract in America (2007).

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Farr, J.

“Locke, natural law and New World slavery.” – See entry for original publication in 2008.

Fatovic, C.

Outside the law : emergency and executive power / Clement Fatovic. – Baltimore, Md. : The Johns Hopkins University Press, ©2009. – (The Johns Hopkins series in constitutional thought)

See Ch. 2, “ ‘Without the prescription of the law’ : virtue and discretion in Locke’s theory of prerogative” (p. 38-82)

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Fernández Peychaux, D.

“John Locke, el bien común como fundamento del Estado” / Diego A. Fernández P. // IN: Pensar el futuro : IV Congreso Internacional de la Sociedad Académica de Filosofía, Madrid, 4-6 de febrero de 2009 / Juan Manuel Navarro Cordón, Vicente Sanfélix (coords.). – [Toledo] : SAF, Sociedad Académica de Filosofía, 2009. – p. 825-844.

Unverified.

Abstract and full text available online at http://www.redjif.org/red/index.php ?option=com_resource &controller=article &article=96 &category_id=6 &Itemid=114 [viewed 24 January 2010]

Fernández Peychaux, D.

“John Locke, las posesiones o los derechos políticos como garantia de la libertad” / Diego Fernández Peychaux. // IN: Collección. – 20 (2009):15-74.

Unverified.

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Forde, S.

“The charitable John Locke” / Steven Forde. // IN: Review of politics. – 71 (2009):428-458.

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Franke, B.

Sklaverei und Unfreiheit im Naturrecht des 17. Jahrhunderts / Bernd Franke. – Hildesheim : Georg Olms Verlag, 2009. – 337 p. – (Sklaverei, Knechtschaft, Zwangarbeit ; Band 5). – Thesis (doct.)– Universität Trier, 2008.

See VI, “John Locke (1632-1704)” (p. 251-308)

Unverified.

Frazer, E. & Hutchings, K.

“Politics, violence and revolutionary virtue : reflections on Locke and Sorel” / Elizabeth Frazer and Kimberly Hutchings. // IN: Thesis eleven. – 97 (May 2009):46-63.

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Gibbs, L. W.

“The ‘judicious’ Mr. Hooker and the ‘devious’ Mr. Locke : John Locke’s use of Richard Hooker in his Second treatise of government” / Lee W. Gibbs. // IN: Lutheran and Anglican : essays in honour of Egil Grislis / John K. Stafford, editor. – Winnipeg, Man. : St. John’s College Press, ©2009.

Unverified.

Gilligan, C. & Richards, D. A. J.

The deepening darkness : patriarchy, resistance, and democracy’s future / Carol Gilligan , David A.J. Richards. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009.

See “Christian resistance : Bayle and Locke”

Unverified.

Glenn, G. D.

“Natural rights and social contract in Burke and Bellarmine” / Gary D. Glenn. // IN: Rethinking rights : historical, political, and philosophical perspectives / edited by Bruce P. Frohnen and Kenneth L. Grasso. – Columbia ; London : University of Missouri Press, ©2009. – (The Eric Voegelin Institute series in political philosophy). – p. 57-79 [esp. 65-67]

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Hashemi, N.

Islam, secularism, and liberal democrary : toward a democratic theory for Muslim societies / Nader Hashemi. – Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.

See ch. 2, “Dueling scriptures : the political theology of John Locke and the democratization of Muslim societies”

Unverified.

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Hont, I.

“Adam Smith’s history of law and government as political theory” / Istvan Hont. // IN: Political judgement : essays for John Dunn / edited by Richard Bourke and Raymond Geuss. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009. – p. 131-171 [esp. 137-150]

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Hull, G.

“Clearing the rubbish : Locke, the waste proviso, and the moral justification of intellectual property” / Gordon Hull. // IN: Public affairs quarterly. – 23 (2009):67-93.

Abstract: PhI 2009.

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Judd, D. M.

Questioning authorty : political resistance and the ethic of natural science / Diana M. Judd. – New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction Publishers, ©2009.

See 3, “John Locke and the origins of political resistance” (p. 65-84)

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Kelly, D.

“The propriety of liberty and the quality of responsible agency” / Duncan Kelly. // IN: Locke’s political liberty : readings and misreadings / edited by Christophe Miqueu and Mason Chamie (2009). – p. 97-125.

Revised version appeared in The propriety of liberty (2011)

New

Kemp, G. & McElligott, J. (eds.)

Censorship and the press, 1580-1720 / general editors, Geoff Kemp and Jason McElligott. – London : Pickering & Chatto, 2009. – 4 volumes.

See “The rejection of licensing” (Volume 3, 1696-1720 / edited by Geoff Kemp, pages 413-436).

Includes text of Locke’s comments on the 1662 Printing Act [NA, PRO 30/24/30/30, part 1, ff. 88-89] (pages 417-421)

Kim, S.

“Self-transformation and civil society : Lockean vs. Confucian” / Kim Sungmoon. // IN: Dao : a journal of comparative philosophy. – 8 (2009):383-401.

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Kleinerman, B. A.

The discretionary president : the promise and peril of executive power / Benjamin A. Kleinerman. – Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, ©2009.

See 2, “Locke’s attempt at taming the prince” (p. 48-75)

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Kramnick, I.

“Lockean liberalism and the American Revolution” / Isaac Kramnick. // IN: History now. – 21 (September 2009).

Available online at http://www.historynow.org/09_2009/historian.html [viewed October 12, 2009)

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Lamb, R. & Thompson, B.

“The meaning of charity in Locke’s political thought” / Robert Lamb, Benjamin Thompson. // IN: European journal of political theory. – 8 (2009):229-252.

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Lurbe, P.

“Political liberty in John Toland’s Anglia libera” / Pierre Lurbe. // IN: Locke’s political liberty : readings and misreadings / edited by Christophe Miqueu and Mason Chamie (2009). – p. 35-49.

Mack, E.

John Locke / Eric Mack. – London ; New York : Continuum, 2009. – x, 166 p. – (Major conservative and libertarian thinkers ; vol. 2)

ISBN 9-78-0826-42981-0.

Review: M. P. Zuckert, “The living Locke” (2011).

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Maloy, J. S.

“The Aristotelianism of Locke’s politics” / J. S. Maloy. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 70 (2009):235-257.

Abstract: IPSA 60:1847.

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Miqueu, C.

“Beyond canon and revision : exploring Locke’s reception : introduction” / Christophe Miqueu. // IN: Locke’s political liberty : readings and misreadings / edited by Christophe Miqueu and Mason Chamie (2009). – p. 1-9.

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Miqueu, C. & Chamie, M. (eds.)

Locke’s political liberty : readings and misreadings / edited by Christophe Miqueu and Mason Chamie. – Oxford : Voltaire Foundation, 2009. – xiii, 229 p. – (SVEC ; 2009:04)

Contents: I. From resistance to tolerationII. From propriety to property

ISBN 978-0-7294-0958-2.

Miura, N.

ジョン・ロックとアメリカ先住民 : 自由主義と植民地支配 / 三浦永光著. – 東京 : 御茶の水書房, 2009.

Jon Rokku to Amerika senjūmin : jiyū shugi to shokuminchi shihai / Miura Nagamitsu. – Tōkyō : Ochanomizushobō, 2009. – 217, 2 p.

ISBN 978-4-275-00815-2.

Unverified.

Review: K. Shimokawa, Locke studies 11 (2011):181-188.

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English translation: John Locke and the Native Americans : early English liberalism and its colonial reality / by Nagamitsu Miura. – Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. – vi, 182 p. – ISBN 978-1-4438-4976-0. – Unverified.

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Moltchanova, A. & Ottaway, S.

“Rights and reciprocity in the political and philosophical discourse of eighteenth-century England” / Anna Moltchanova and Susannah Ottaway. // IN: The culture of the gift in eighteenth-century England / edited by Linda Zionkowski and Cynthia Klekar. – New York, N.Y. : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. – p. 15-35.

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Morresi, S.

“Releyendo al ‘padre de liberalismo’ ” / Sergio Morresi. // IN: En el nombre de Dios : razón natural y revolución burguesa en la obra de John Locke / Eduardo Rinesi (editor). — p. 175-244.

Moyn, S.

“Appealing to heaven : Jephthah, John Locke, and just war” / Samuel Moyn. // IN: Hebraic political studies. – 4:no. 3 (summer 2009):286-303.

Available online at: http://www.hpstudies.org/20/article.aspx?articleid=129 [viewed 30 August 2018]

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Ostrensky, E.

“ ‘Otro Locke’ ” / Eunice Ostrensky. // IN: En el nombre de dios : razón natural y revolución burguesa en la obra de John Locke / Eduardo Rinesi (editor). — p. 247-301.

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Patterson, W. B.

“Richard Hooker, John Locke, and the origins of human rights” / W. Brown Patterson. // IN: Lutheran and Anglican : essays in honour of Egil Grislis / John K. Stafford, editor. – Winnipeg, Man. : St. John’s College Press, ©2009.

Unverified.

Pesante, M. L.

“Slaves, servants and wage earners : free and unfree labour, from Grotius to Blackstone.” – See entry in Chapter 8.

Plaisance, P. L.

“John Locke : natural rights” / Patrick Lee Plaisance. // IN: Ethical communication : moral stances in human dialogue / edited by Clifford G. Christians and John C. Merrill. – Columbia, Mo. : University of Missouri Press, ©2009. – p. 102-108.

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Poole, T.

“Constitutional exceptionalism and the common law” / Thomas Poole. // IN: International journal of constitutional law. – 7 (2009):247-274.

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Prieto López, L. J.

“La Ley natural y el orden polïtico en John Locke” / Leopoldo José Prieto López. // IN: Revista española de teología. – 69 (2009):383-440.

Unverified.

Quiviger, P.-Y.

“Sieyès as a reader of John Locke : metaphysics, politics and law” / Pierre-Yves Quiviger. // IN: Locke’s political liberty : readings and misreadings / edited by Christophe Miqueu and Mason Chamie (2009). – p. 127-142.

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Rahman, S. A.

“Secularism and modernity : alienation and the renewal of values in political Islam” / S. A. Rahman. // IN: Journal of Islamic law & culture. – 11 (2009):38-51.

Unverified.

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Reno, B. J.

“Private property and the law of nature in Locke’s Two treatises : the best advantage of life and convenience” / by B. Jeffrey Reno. // IN: American journal of economics and sociology. – 68 (2009):639-663.

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Riley, P.

“Consent and natural law in Locke’s philosophy” / Patrick Riley. // IN: A history of the philosophy of law in the civil law world, 1600-1900 / edited by Damiano Canale, Paolo Grossi, Hasso Hofmann. – Dordrecht ; Heidelberg ; London ; New York : Springer, ©2009. – (A treatise of legal philosophy and general jurisprudence ; vol. 9). – p. 47-64.

Rinesi, E.

En el nombre de Dios : razón natural y revolución burguesa en la obra de John Locke / Eduardo Rinesi (editor). – 1a ediz. – Buenos Aires : Editorial Gorla, 2009. – 301 p. – (Collección Tensiones del pensamiento ; 5)

Contents: “Who shall be judge? : individualismo posesivo, humanismo civico y elogio de la tolerancia” / Eduardo Rinesi — “Formación de ideas, razón universal y auto-conservación : sobre algunos ingredientes estoicos en el pensamiento de John Locke” / Marcelo D. Boeri — “Naturaleza y convención : el nacimiento de la obligación política en el debate Locke-Filmer” / Maria Cecília Pedreira de Almeida — “Releyendo al ‘padre de liberalismo’ ” / Sergio Morresi — “ ‘Otro Locke’ ” / Eunice Ostrensky.

ISBN 978-987-1444-04-5.

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Rinesi, E.

“Who shall be judge? : individualismo posesivo, humanismo civico y elogio de la tolerancia” / Eduardo Rinesi. // IN: En el nombre de Dios : razón natural y revolución burguesa en la obra de John Locke / Eduardo Rinesi (editor). — p. 9-75.

Schøsler, J.

“The reception of Locke’s political philosophy in Denmark : an historical approach” / Jørn Schøsler. // IN: Locke’s political liberty : readings and misreadings / edited by Christophe Miqueu and Mason Chamie (2009). – p. 143-163.

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Skinner, Q.

“On trusting the judgement of our rulers” / Quentin Skinner. // IN: Political judgement : essays for John Dunn / edited by Richard Bourke and Raymond Geuss. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009. – p. 113-130.

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Smith, W. D.

“Corruption and eighteenth-century social science : mapping the space of political economy” / Woodruff D. Smith. // IN: Studies in eighteenth-century culture. – 38 (2009):261-276.

Spitz, J.-F.

“Nozick’s ‘Locke on property’ : an obituary” / Jean-Fabien Spitz. // IN: Locke’s political liberty : readings and misreadings / edited by Christophe Miqueu and Mason Chamie (2009). – p. 189-207.

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Stenger, G.

“Liberty and toleration : Locke, Voltaire and ‘laïcité à la française’.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Sutton, S. D.

“Un-locking Locke : history, rhetoric, and modernity.” – See entry in Chapter 2.

Terrel, J.

“Constituent power and resistance : did Locke have any followers?” / Jean Terrel. // IN: Locke’s political liberty : readings and misreadings / edited by Christophe Miqueu and Mason Chamie (2009). – p. 13-33.

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Uffelman, A.

Vergleich der Vertragstheoretiker Hobbes, Locke und Rousseau : Naturzustand, Menschenbild, Vertrag / Andreas Uffelman. – München ; Ravensburg : GRIN Verlag, 2009.

See “John Locke” (p. 4-6)

ISBN 978-3-640-43976-8.

Unverified.

Ward, L.

“Locke on punishment, property and moral knowledge” / Lee Ward. // IN: Journal of moral philosophy. – 6 (2009):218-244.

Abstract: PhI 2009.

Unverified.

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Ward, L.

“A note on Locke’s ‘great art of government’ ” / Lee Ward. // IN: Canadian journal of political science = Revue canadienne de science politique. – 42 (2009):521-523.

See also the comment by E. Andrew, “A note on Locke’s ‘the great art of government’ ” (2009)

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