Anglim, J.

“On Locke’s state of nature” / John Anglim. // IN: Political studies. – 26 (1978):78-90.

See also the reply by Hampsher-Monk, “Resistance and economy in Dr. Anglim’s Locke” (1978); and the rejoinder by Anglim (1978).

Abstract: IPSA 29:221.

LNL 10:3; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.1

Anglim, J.

“Rejoinder to ‘Resistance and economy’ ” / John Anglim. // IN: Political studies. – 26 (1978):99-100.

Reply to Hampsher-Monk, “Resistance and economy in Dr. Anglim’s Locke” (1978).

Arras, G.

Liberal-Democratic political theory and the steady state / by George Arras. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Toronto, 1978. – ii, 255 leaves.

See 2, “Natural rights and the increase of wealth in Hobbes and Locke” (leaves 10-40), “Property and the increase of wealth in Hobbes and Locke” (leaves 41-78) and “Wealth and political obligation in Hobbes and Locke” (leaves 79-100)

Astbury, R.

“The renewal of the Licensing Act in 1693 and its lapse in 1695.” – See entry in Chapter 2.

Ball, T.

“Two concepts of coercion” / Terence Ball. // IN: Theory and society. – 5 (1978):97-112.

Baridon, M.

“Théorie politique et recherche scientifique : la lutte idéologique contre l’absolutisme en Angleterre au XVIIe siècle” / par Michel Baridon. // IN: Pensée. – 199 (juin 1978):58-76.

Bertrand, M.

“Travail, propriété, histoire chez Locke” / par Michèle Bertrand. // IN: Pensée. – 200 (août 1978):121-127.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.4

Biagini, H. E.

“El ius resistendi en Locke” / por Hugo E. Biagini. // IN: Revista de estudios políticos. – Nueva época:2 (1978):153-159.

Abstract: IPSA 29:2490.

LNL 10:4; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.5

Biagini, H. E.

“La libertad en Locke” / por Hugo E. Biagini. // IN: Cuadernos de filosifia. – 18 (1978):179-182.

H&W 1983

Blackstone, W. T.

“The minimal state : an assessment of some of the philosophical grounds” / by William T. Blackstone. // IN: Personalist. – 59 (1978):333-343.

Comment on Nozick, Anarchy, state and utopia (1974).

Butler, M. A.

“Early liberal roots of feminism : John Locke and the attack on patriarchy” / Melissa A. Butler. // IN: American political science review. – 72 (1978):135-150.

LNL 10:4; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.9

Reprinted in: John Locke, critical assessments / edited by Richard Ashcraft (1991). – volume 3:639-665; reprinted as: “John Locke and the attack on patriarchy” / Melissa Butler. // IN: Feminist interpretations and political theory / edited by Mary Lyndon Shanley and Carole Pateman. – University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, 1991. – p. 74-94; reprinted in: Feminism and philosophy : essential readings in theory, reinterpretation, and application / edited by Nancy Tuana, Rosemarie Tong. – Boulder ; San Francisco ; Oxford : Westview Press, 1995. – pages 27-47; reprinted (with omissions) in Sourcebook on feminist jurisprudence / [edited by] Hilaire Barnett. – London : Cavendish Publishers, 1997. – pages 317-322; reprinted in: Feminist interpretations of John Locke / edited by Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure (2007). – p. 91-121, with a new afterword by the author.

Cohen, J.

Studies in political philosophy / by Joshua Cohen. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Harvard University, 1978. – x, 200 leaves.

See esp. “Locke and Nozick on property” (leaves 101-120)

Corsano, A.

“Discorrendo di materialismo e di storiografia” / Antonio Corsano. // IN: Giornale critico della filosofia italiana. – 4. serie:9 (1978):238-244.

Daly, J.

“The idea of absolute monarchy in seventeenth-century England” / James Daly. // IN: Historical journal. – 21 (1978):227-250.

Devine, D. J.

“John Locke, his harmony between liberty and virtue.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Eisenach, E. J.

“Crime, death and loyalty in English liberalism” / Eldon J. Eisenach. // IN: Political theory. – 6 (1978):213-232.

Abstract: IPSA 29:1353.

H&W 1983

Fournier, J.

The rise and right of commonwealths : an exploration of John Locke’s considerations concerning political association / J. Fournier. – Thesis (M.Litt.)–Oxford University, 1978.

Unverified; source: ASLIB

Y&Y 1978.13

Franklin, J. H.

John Locke and the theory of sovereignty : mixed monarchy and the right of resistance in the political thought of the English Revolution / Julian H. Franklin. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1978. – xi, 146 p. – (Cambridge studies in the history and theory of politics)

Review: L.I. Katzner, 17th Cent. News 37:20-22.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.15; T 273 [“1981”]

Ginsberg, R.

“Hume and the social contract” / Robert Ginsberg. // IN: Eighteenth-century life. – 4 (1977/78):91-95.

Glat, M.

The political anthropology of John Locke and the origins of modern politics / by Mark Glat. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Rutgers University, 1978. – vii, 261 leaves.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.16

Hampsher-Monk, I.

“Resistance and economy in Dr. Anglim’s Locke” / Iain Hampsher-Monk. // IN: Political studies. – 26 (1978):91-98.

Comment on Anglim, “On Locke’s state of nature” (1978); see also the rejoinder by Anglim.

Y&Y 1978.18

Johnson, M. S.

Locke on freedom : an incisive study of the thought of John Locke / Merwyn S. Johnson. – Austin, Tex. : Best Printing Company, ©1978. – 202 p.

Based on a thesis, Universität Basel.

Review: W. Von Leyden, Phil.Books 20 (1979):66-68.

LNL 10:5; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1977.15 [sic]

Kann, M. E.

“The dialectic of consent theory” / Mark E. Kann. // IN: Journal of politics. – 40 (1978):386-408.

Kirzner, I. M.

“Entrepreneurship, entitlement, and economic justice” / Israel M. Kirzner. // IN: Eastern economic journal. – 4:no. 1 (January 1978):9-25.

See “Lockean proviso” (p. 22-25); reprinted in Reading Nozick / edited … by Jeffrey Paul (1981) – p. 383-411.

Krämer-Badoni, T.

“Zur Legitimität der bürgerlichen Gesellschaft : eine Untersuchung des Arbeitsbegriffs in den Theorien von Locke, Smith, Ricardo, Hegel, und Marx” / Thomas Krämer-Badoni. – Frankfurt am Main ; New York : Campus Verlag, ©1978. – (Campus-Forschung)

Based on a thesis, Munich, 1975.

See “Arbeit in der naturrechtlichen Theorie der bürgerlichen Gesellschaft : John Locke” (p. 47-54)

LNL 11:17; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.23

Ladenson, R. F.

“Nozick on law and the state : a critique” / Robert F. Ladenson. // IN: Philosophical studies. – 34 (1978):437-444.

Comment on Nozick, Anarchy, state and utopia (1974).

Abstract: PhI 13.

LeMay, J. A. L.

“The frontiersman from lout to hero : notes on the significance of the comparative method and the stage theory in early American literature and culture” / J.A. Leo LeMay. // IN: Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society. – 88 (1978):187-223.

Lemos, R. M.

Hobbes and Locke : power and consent / Ramon M. Lemos. – Athens : University of Georgia Press, ©1978. – xi, 185 p.

Abstract: BPh 27:217.

LNL 10:6; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.25

Lessnoff, M. H.

“Justice, social contract and universal prescriptivism” / by M.H. Lessnoff. // IN: Philosophical quarterly. – 28 (1978):65-73.

Lewis, T. J.

“Unlimited acquisition and equality of right : a rejoinder to Professor Seaman” / Thomas J. Lewis. // IN: Canadian journal of political science. – 11 (1978):635-638.

Reply to Seaman, “Unlimited acquisition and equality of right” (1978).

Lynn, K. S.

“Falsifying Jefferson” / Kenneth S. Lynn. // IN: Commentary. – 66:no. 4 (Oct. 1978):66-71.

Review of Wills, Inventing America (1978).

Machan, T.

“Are there any human rights?” / by Tibor Machan. // IN: Personalist. – 59 (1978):165-170.

Abstract: PhI 1978:323.

Mack, E.

“Nozick’s anarchism” / Eric Mack. // IN: Anarchism / edited by J. Roland Pennock and John W. Chapman. – New York : New York University Press, 1978. – (Nomos ; 19). – p. 43-62.

Comment on Nozick, Anarchy, state and utopia (1974).

Mansfield, H. C., Jr.

The spirit of liberalism / Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr. – Cambridge, Mass. ; London : Harvard University Press, 1978. – xii, 130 p.

Matheron, A.

“Maîtres et serviteurs dans la philosophie politique classique” / par Alexandre Matheron. // IN: Pensée. – 200 (août 1978):3-20.

Meilaender, G.

“ ‘A little monarchy’ : Hobbes on the family” / Gilbert Meilaender. // IN: Thought. – 53 (1978):401-415 [esp. 412-413]

Moore-Russell, M. E.

John Locke on politics and cognition : a case study of theoretical development and creativity. – See entry in Chapter 2.

Moore-Russell, M. E.

“The philosopher and society.” – See entry in Chapter 2.

Nelson, J. M.

“Unlocking Locke’s legacy : a comment” / Jeffrey M. Nelson. // IN: Political studies. – 26 (1978):101-108.

Comment on Thompson, “The reception of Locke’s Two treatises of government 1690-1705” (1976); see also the reply by Thompson, “Reception and influence” (1980).

Abstract: IPSA 29:285.

LNL 10:8; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.32

Odera-Oruka, H.

“John Rawls’ A theory of justice for the defence of injustice” / H. Odera-Oruka. // IN: Philosophy and social action. – 4:no. 4 (Oct.-Dec. 1978):51-60.

Comment on Rawls, A theory of justice (1971).

Abstract: PhI 1979:432.

Parry, G.

John Locke / Geraint Parry. – London ; Boston ; Sydney : G. Allen & Unwin, 1978. – 171 p. – (Political thinkers ; 8)

LNL 10:9; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.35; T 314

Paul, E. F.

“On the theory of the social contract within the natural rights tradition” / by Ellen Frankel Paul. // IN: Personalist. – 59 (1978):9-21.

Abstracts: PhI 1978:347; BullSig 32:4142.

LNL 10:9; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.37

Seaman, J. W.

“Unlimited acquisition and equality of right : a reply to Professor Lewis” / John W. Seaman. // IN: Canadian journal of political science. – 11 (1978):401-408.

Reply to Lewis, “An environmental case against equality of right” (1975); see also the reply by Lewis, “Unlimited acquisition and equality of right” (1978).

Abstract: IPSA 29:1403.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.42

Steinberg, J.

Locke, Rousseau and the idea of consent : an inquiry into the liberal-democratic theory of political obligation / Jules Steinberg. – Westport, Conn. ; London : Greenwood Press, 1978. – 155 p. – (Contributions in political science ; no. 6)

Abstract: BPh 26:1506.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.44

Tarlton, C. D.

“A rope of sand : interpreting Locke’s First treatise of government” / Charles D. Tarlton. // IN: Historical journal. – 21 (1978):43-73.

LNL 10:10

Reprinted in: John Locke, political philosophy / edited with introductions by Vere Chappell (1992). – p. 255-285.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.45

Tassi, A.

The political philosophy of the American Revolution / Aldo Tassi. – Washington, D.C. : University Press of America, ©1978.

See Ch. 2, “The political philosophy of John Locke” (p. 11-20)

Based on thesis (Ph.D.)–Fordham University, 1970.

H&W 1983

Tribe, K.

Land, labour and economic discourse / Keith Tribe. – London ; Boston : Routledge & K. Paul, 1978.

See 3, “Property, patriarchy and the consistution of a polity” (p. 35-52)

Tully, J. H.

John Locke’s writings on property in the 17th century intellectual context / by James Hamilton Tully. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Cambridge University (Trinity College), 1978. – v, 325 leaves.

Y&Y 1978.46

Vaughn, K. I.

“John Locke and the labor theory of value” / Karen I. Vaughn. // IN: Journal of libertarian studies. – 2 (1978):311-326.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.47

Weale, A.

“Consent” / Albert Weale. // IN: Political studies. – 26 (1978):65-77.

Includes “a reconstructed account of … Locke’s argument on tacit consent and political obligation” (p. 73-77)

LNL 10:10; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.48

White, M.

The philosophy of the American Revolution / Morton White. – New York : Oxford University Press, 1978. – xii, 299 p.

Review: Beitzinger, “Revolutionary thought revisited and revised.” (1979).

H&W 1983

Wills, G.

Inventing America : Jefferson’s “Declaration of Independence” / Garry Wills. – Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1978. – xxvi, 398 p.

Reviews: Lynn, “Falsifying Jefferson” (1978); Beitzinger, “Revolutionary thought revisited and revised” (1978); Hamowy, “Jefferson and the Scottish Enlightenment” (1979); Hill, “Inventing ignorance” (1980).

H&W 1983

Windstrup, G.

Politic Christianity : Locke’s theology of liberalism / George Alan Windstrup. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Princeton University, 1978. – vii, 658 leaves.

Abstract: DAI 38A:7539.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.49

Wood, D.

“Nozick’s justification of the minimal state” / David Wood. // IN: Ethics. – 88 (1977/78):260-262.

Comment on Nozick, Anarchy, state and utopia (1974).

Abstract: PhI 1978:405.

Wood, N.

“The social history of political theory” / Neal Wood. // IN: Political theory. – 6 (1978):345-367 [esp. 356f]

Zuckert, M.

“Of wary physicians and weary readers : the debates on Locke’s way of writing” / Michael Zuckert. // IN: Independent journal of philosophy. – 2 (1978):55-66.

Abstract: PhI 1979:512.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1978.50

Reprinted in Zuckert, Launching liberalism (2002). – p. 82-106.