Abbott, P.

The family on trial : special relationships in modern political thought / Philip Abbott. – University Park ; London : Pennsylvania State University Press, ©1981.

See Ch. 3, “John Locke : family life for the free and rational” (p. 28-38)

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Bah, T. D. P.

“Some philosophical issues in John Locke’s principle of public decision-making” / T.D.P. Bah. // IN: Nigerian journal of philosophy. – 1:no. 2 (1981):30-46.

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Berthoud, G. & Busino, G.

“La propriété : entre la nature et la culture” / Gérald Berthoud et Giovanni Busino. // IN: Cahiers Vilfredo Pareto. – 59 (1981):17-54.

Biagini, H. E.

“El estado de guerra en Locke” / Hugo Edgardo Biagini. // IN: V. Jornadas nacionales de filosofía. – Córdoba, Argentina, 1981. – p. 383-390.

Unverified.

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Burk, M., Komlos, J. & Goldwin, R. A.

“The law of the sea” / Monroe Burk, John Komlos, Robert A. Goldwin. // IN: Commentary. – 72:no. 5 (Nov. 1981):14,18.

Letters to the editor commenting on Goldwin, “John Locke and the law of the sea” (1981).

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Dippel, H.

Individuum und Gesellschaft : soziales Denken zwischen Tradition und Revolution : Smith, Condorcet, Franklin / von Horst Dippel. – Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1981. – (Veröffentlichungen des Max-Planck-Instituts für Geschichte ; 70)

See “Die ökonomisierung der Tugend” (p. 35-53) and “Arbeit, Eigentum und Tugend als Kategorien des individuellen Erfolgs” (p. 200-239)

Eccleshall, R.

“Richard Hooker and the peculiarities of the English : the reception of the Ecclesiastical polity in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries” / Robert Eccleshall. // IN: History of political thought. – 2 (1981):63-117.

Abstract: PhI 1983:278.

Eisenach, E. J.

Two worlds of liberalism : religion and politics in Hobbes, Locke, and Mill / Eldon J. Eisenach. – Chicago ; London : University of Chicago [Press], ©1981. – x, 262 p.

See Part 2, “John Locke” (p. 73-113)

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Eisenstein, Z. R.

The radical future of liberal feminism / Zillah R. Eisenstein. – New York ; London : Longman, ©1981. – (Longman series in feminist theory)

See 3, “John Locke – patriarchal antipatriarchalism” (p. 33-54)

Elshtain, J. B.

Public man, private woman : women in social and political thought / Jean Bethke Elshtain. – Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1981.

See esp. “Hobbes, Locke, and the liberal tradition” (p. 108-127)

Fagiani, F.

“Sulle condizioni di società : funzioni teoriche dello ‘stato di natura’ nel giusnaturalismo politico” / Francesco Fagiani. // IN: Bollettino filosofico dell’Università della Calabria. – 4 (1981/82):57-93.

Unverified

Fink, H.

Social philosophy / Hans Fink. – London ; New York : Methuen, 1981. – (Ideas)

See 4, “Early capitalism, its proponents and opponents” (p. 38-60)

Abstract: PhI 1982:328.

Fressola, A.

“Liberty and property : reflections on the right of appropriating in the state of nature” / Anthony Fressola. // IN: American philosophical quarterly. – 18 (1981):315-322.

Gey, P.

Der Begriff des Eigentums bei Karl Marx : zur Kritik des klassischen Eigentum-Paradigmas in der Theorie von Locke, Smith und Hegel / Peter Gey. – Frankfurt am Main : Haag + Herchen, 1981.

See “Die Emanzipation des Eigentums in der Theorie Lockes” (p. 73-85)

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Glat, M.

“John Locke’s historical sense.” – See entry in Chapter 2.

Goldwin, R. A.

“Locke and the law of the sea” / Robert A. Goldwin. // IN: Commentary. – 71:no. 6 (June 1981):46-50.

See also commentary by Monroe Burk, John Komlos, and Robert A. Goldwin.

Abstract: IPSA 32:2644.

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Griffin, N.

“Aboriginal rights : Gauthier’s argument for despoilation” / Nicholas Griffin. // IN: Dialogue (Montréal). – 20 (1981):690-696.

Comment on a review by D. Gauthier (1979)

Hall, R. D.

John Locke and natural human rights : an inconsistency between his metaphysical/epistemological positions and his moral/political theories. – See entry in Chapter 3.

Kennington, R.

“Strauss’s Natural right and history” / Richard Kennington. // IN: Review of metaphysics. – 35 (1981/82):57-86.

Kreyche, G. F.

“The American West, a philosophical interpretation” / Gerald F. Kreyche. // IN: Journal of thought. – 16:no. 2 (summer 1981):11-24.

Leites, E.

“Locke’s liberal theory of parenthood.” – See entry in Chapter 4.

Malekin, P.

Liberty and love : English literature and society 1640-88 / Peter Malekin. – London : Hutchinson, 1981.

See 4, “Liberty and order : the wider spectrum” (p. 43-76 [esp. 66-76])

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Mautner, T.

“Natural rights in Locke” / Thomas Mautner. // IN: Philosophical topics. – 12:no. 3 (winter 1981):73-77.

Abstract: PhI 1985:353

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May, W.

“Adversarialism in America” / by William May. // IN: The center magazine. – 14:no. 1 (Jan./Feb. 1981):47-58. – With comments and discussion.

McCrea, B.

Henry Fielding and the politics of mid-eighteenth-century England / Brian McCrea. – Athens : University of Georgia Press, ©1981. – (South Atlantic Modern Language Association award study)

See esp. p. 14-15, 198-200.

McLynn, F. J.

“Jacobitism and the classical British empiricists” / F.J. McLynn. // IN: British journal for eighteenth-century studies. – 4 (1981):155-170.

Menake, G. T.

“A research note and query on the dating of Locke’s Two treatises” / George T. Menake. // IN: Political theory. – 9 (1981):547-550.

Abstract: IPSA 32:3899.

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Paul, J. (ed.)

Reading Nozick : essays on Anarchy, state, and utopia / edited with an introduction by Jeffrey Paul. – Totowa, N.J. : Rowman & Littlefield, ©1981. – (Philosophy and society)

Includes reprints of B. Williams, “The minimal state” (1975) – J. Paul, “The withering of Nozick’s minimal state” (1980) – R. P. Wolff, “Robert Nozick’s derivation of the minimal state” (1977) – T. Scanlon, “Nozick on rights, liberty, and property” (1976) – J. Paul, “The withering of Nozick’s minimal state” (1979) – O. O’Neill, “Nozick’s entitlements” (1976) – C. C. Ryan, “Yours, mine, and ours” (1977) – D. Lyons, “The new Indian claims and original rights to land” (1977) – I. M. Kirzner, “Entrepreneurship, entitlement, and economic justice” (1978).

Power, M. S.

“John Locke – revolution, resistence, or opposition?” / M. Susan Power. // IN: Interpretation : a journal of political philosophy. – 9 (1980/81):229-244.

Abstracts: PhI 1982:429; IPSA 33:3496; BullSig 37:3018.

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Rapaczynski, A.

“Locke’s conception of property and the principle of sufficient reason” / Andrzej Rapaczynski. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 42 (1981):305-315.

Abstract: PhI 1981:464.

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Rauch, L.

The political animal : studies in political philosophy from Machiavelli to Marx / Leo Rauch. – Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 1981.

See “Locke – the individual as atom” (p. 55-82)

Abstract: PhI 1982:433.

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Reiman, J. H.

“The fallacy of libertarian capitalism” / Jeffrey H. Reiman. // IN: Ethics. – 92 (1981/82):85-95.

Richards, J., Mulligan, L. & Graham, J. K.

“ ‘Property’ & ‘people’ : political usages of Locke and some contemporaries” / by Judith Richards, Lotte Mulligan, and John K. Graham. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 42 (1981):29-51.

Abstracts: IPSA 32:314; PhI 1981:468.

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Sagoff, M.

“Do we need a land use ethic?” / Mark Sagoff. // IN: Environmental ethics. – 3 (1981):54-68.

Abstract: PhI 1982:444.

Scheltens, D. F.

Mens en mensenrechten / D.F. Scheltens. – Alphen aan den Rijn : Samsom, 1981. – (Reeks moderne filosofie)

See p. 88-95.

Shelton, G.

Dean Tucker and eighteenth-century economic and political thought / George Shelton. – New York, N.Y. : St. Martin’s Press, 1981.

See esp. 10, “The Treatise concerning civil government” (p. 214-239)

Siegel, S. A.

“The Aristotelian basis of English law, 1450-1800” / Stephen A. Siegel. // IN: New York University law review. – 56 (1981):18-59 [esp. 53-55]

Slaughter, T. P.

“ ‘Abdicate’ and ‘contract’ in the Glorious Revolution” / Thomas P. Slaughter. // IN: Historical journal. – 24 (1981):323-337.

See reply to J. Miller, “The Glorious Revolution …” (1982) and Slaughter, “ ‘Abdicate’ and ‘contract’ restored” (1985).

Sorgi, G.

Per uno studio della partecipazione politica : Hobbes, Locke, Tocqueville / Giuseppe Sorgi. – Lecce : Milella, 1981.

See Ch. 5, “Locke” (p. 97-132)

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Squadrito, K.

“A note concerning Locke’s view of property rights and the rights of animals” / Kathy Squadrito. // IN: Philosophia. – 10 (1981):19-23.

Abstracts: PhI 1982:461; BullSig 37:2064.

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Steinvorth, U.

Stationen der politischen Theorie : Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Kant, Hegel, Marx, Weber / Ulrich Steinvorth. – Stuttgart : P. Reclam, 1981. – (Universal-Bibliothek ; Nr. 7735 [5])

See “John Locke” (p. 55-96)

Swanke, W. E.

Freud and liberalism : a reappraisal. – See entry in Chapter 3.

Tarcov, N.

“Locke’s Second treatise and ‘the best fence against rebellion’ ” / Nathan Tarcov. // IN: Review of politics. – 43 (1981):198-217.

Abstracts: IPSA 32:2678; BullSig 35:3238.

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Reprinted in: Locke’s moral, political and legal philosophy / edited by J.R. Milton (1999). – p. 389-408.

Tarlton, C. D.

“The Exclusion Controversy, pamphleteering, and Locke’s Two treatises” / Charles D. Tarlton. // IN: Historical journal. – 24 (1981):49-68.

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Reprinted in: Locke / edited by John Dunn and Ian Harris (1997). – vol. 1:522-541.

Teichgraeber, R.

“Rousseau’s argument for property” / Richard Teichgraeber III. // IN: History of European ideas. – 2 (1981):115-134.

Abstract: PhI 1982:469.

Tully, J. H.

“Current thinking about sixteenth- and seventeenth-century political theory” / James H. Tully. // IN: Historical journal. – 24 (1981):475-484.

Review article.

Von Leyden, W.

Hobbes and Locke : the politics of freedom and obligation / W. von Leyden. – London : Macmillan, 1981.

Also published: New York : St. Martin’s Press, 1982.

See Part 2, “Locke : individual freedom and state authority” (p. 97-202)

Reviews: D.A.L. Thomas, Mind 93 (1984):448-450; M. Zuckert, Rev.Pol. 46 (1984):295-301; F. Fagiani, “Testi e contesti” (1988).

Abstracts: PhI 1982:384; BPh 30:655.

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Von Leyden, W.

“Locke’s strange doctrine of punishment” / Wolfgang von Leyden. // IN: John Locke : Symposium Wolfenbüttel 1979 / hrsg. von Reinhard Brandt (1981). – p. 113-127.

LNL 12:8; T 296

Possibly reprinted in: John Locke, Zweite Abhandlungen ├╝ber die Regierung : ein kooperativer Kommentar / Michaela Rehm, Bernd Ludwig (eds.) (2012)

Waldron, J. J.

“Locke’s account of inheritance and bequest” / J.J. Waldron. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 19 (1981):39-51.

Abstract: PhI 1982:480.

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Reprinted in: (1) Locke / edited by John Dunn and Ian Harris (1997). – vol. 1:542-554; and (2) Locke’s moral, political and legal philosophy / edited by J.R. Milton (1999). – p. 299-311.

Watt, E. D.

“Rousseau réchaufée : being obliged, consenting, participating, and obeying only oneself” / E.D. Watt. // IN: Journal of politics. – 43 (1981):707-719.

Weston, C. C. & Greenberg, J. R.

Subjects and sovereigns : the grand controversy over legal sovereignty in Stuart England / Corinne Comstock Weston, Janelle Renfrow Greenberg. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1981.

See “Coordination and resistance at the Revolution” (p. 261-266)

Whelan, F. G.

“Citizenship and the right to leave” / Frederick G. Whelan. // IN: American political science review. – 75 (1981):636-653 [esp. 647-648]

Wills, G.

Explaining America : The Federalist / Garry Wills. – Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1981. – xxii, 286 p.

Winfrey, J. C.

“Charity versus justice in Locke’s theory of property” / by John C. Winfrey. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 42 (1981):423-438.

Abstracts: IPSA 32:1532; PhI 1981:521-522.

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