Andrew, E. G.

“Hobbes on conscience within the law and without” / Edward G. Andrew. // IN: Canadian journal of political science. – 32 (1999):203-225.

Astorga, O.

El pensamiento político moderno : Hobbes, Locke y Kant : texto universitario / Omar Astorga. – Caracas : Universidad Central de Venezuela, Ediciones de la Biblioteca, 1999. – 445 p. – (Collección Textos y manuales de enseñanza).

ISBN 980-00-1414-4.

Unverified.

Berkowitz, P.

Virtue and the making of modern liberalism / Peter Berkowitz. – Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1999. – (New forum books)

See Ch. 2, “Locke—private virtue and the public good” (p. 74-105)

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Berry, T. J.

“Making up Locke’s theory of property” / T.J. Berry. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 16 (1999):203-223.

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Bittick, R. M.

The peace of Locke’s civil societies : an inquiry into the theory of the democratic peace / by Robin Marshall Bittick. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Claremont Graduate University, 1999. – xi, 226 leaves.

Unverified.

Brown, V.

“The ‘figure’ of God and the limits of liberalism : a rereading of Locke’s Essay and Two treatises” / Vivienne Brown. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 60 (1999):83-100.

Abstract: PhI 1999.

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Brugger, B.

Republican theory in political thought : virtuous or virtual / Bill Brugger. – Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; Macmillan Press; New York : St. Martin’s Press, 1999.

See p. 79-86.

Byrne, D. M.

“Locke, property, and progressive taxes” / Donna M. Byrne. // IN: Nebraska law review. – 78 (1999):700-738.

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Reprinted in: Locke and law / edited by Thom Brooks (2007). – p. 131-169.

Cline, E.

“Locke’s words … and their impact on the founders” / Ed Cline. // IN: Colonial Williamsburg. – 21:no. 2 (April/May 1999):36-37.

Coulter, M. L.

John Locke and citizenship : the role of the individual in a Lockean political order / by Michael Lloyd Coulter. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Dallas, 1999. – 252 leaves.

Unverified.

Goldie, M.

“The earliest attack on Locke’s Two treatises of government” / Mark Goldie. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 30 (1999):73-84.

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Goldie, M. (ed.)

The reception of Locke’s politics / edited by Mark Goldie. – London : Pickering & Chatto, 1999. – 6 vols.

Reprints of previously published books and articles.

Contents: v. 1. The Glorious Revolution defended, 1690-1704v. 2. Patriarchalism and the social contract, 1703-1710v. 3. Civic virtue and political reform, 1720-1775v. 4. Age of the American and French revolutions, 1776-1838v. 5. The church, dissent, and religious toleration, 1689-1831v. 6. Wealth, property, and commerce, 1696-1832.

Reviews: M. G. Spencer, “Locke and eighteenth-century British philosophy” (2001); J. Dunn, English historical review 116 (2001):145-147.

ISBN 1-8519-6495-9.

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Goldsworthy, J. D.

The sovereignty of Parliament : history and philosophy / Jeffrey Denys Goldsworthy. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1999.

See “From the Restoration to the Revolution” (p. 142-158)

Hardin, R.

Liberalism, constitutionalism, and democracy / Russell Hardin. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1999.

See esp. “Locke” (p. 58-59)

Henry, J. F.

“John Locke, property rights, and economic theory” / John F. Henry. // IN: Journal of economic issues. – 33 (1999):609-624.

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Hermosa Andujar, A..

“Ley e poder : Locke” / Antonio Hermosa Andujar. // IN: Analogia filosofica. – 13 (1999):163-183.

Unverified.

Hoffman, P.

Freedom, equality, power : the ontological consequences of the political philosophies of Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau / Piotr Hoffman. – New York : P. Lang, ©1999. – (Studies in European thought ; vol. 16)

See Ch. 2, “Locke” (p. 101-165)

Abstract: PhI 1999.

Höög, V.

Upplysning utan förnuft : begär och frihet hos Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, David Hume och Montesquieu. – See entry in Chapter 3.

Iioka, H.

「民主制」の構想 : ロック、ルソー、マルクス、ウェーバー / 飯岡秀夫著. – 東京 : 高文堂出版社, 1999.

“Minshusei” no koso : Rokku, Ruso, Marukus, Weba / Iioka Hideo cho. – Tokyo : Kobundo shuppansha , 1999. – 455 p.

ISBN 4-7707-0615-4.

Unverified.

Imām, I.

Jūn Lūk wa-al-marˀah / taˀlīf Imām ˀAbd al-Fattāḥ Imām. – al-Ṭabˀah 1. – al-Qāhirah : Maktabat Madbūlī, 1999. – 147 p. – (Faylasūf wa-al-marˀah ; 6)

Unverified.

Khushf, G.

“Inalienable rights in the moral and political philosophy of John Locke : a reappraisal” / George Khushf. // IN: Persons and their bodies : rights, responsibilities, relationships / edited by Mark J. Cherry. – Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©1999. – (Philosophy and medicine ; vol. 60). – p. 177-206.

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Mack, E.

“The alienability of Lockean natural rights” / Eric Mack. // IN: Persons and their bodies : rights, responsibilities, relationships / edited by Mark J. Cherry. – Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©1999. – (Philosophy and medicine ; vol. 60). – p. 143-176.

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Mahajan, G.

“Civil society and its avatars : what happened to freedom and democracy?” / Gurpreet Mahajan. // IN: Economic and political weekly. – 15 May 1999:1188-1196.

Unverified.

Reprinted in Civil society and democracy : a reader / edited by Carolyn M. Elliott. – New Delhi : Oxford University Press, 2003. – (Themes in politics series). 2 p. 167-190.

Markley, R.

“ ‘Land enough in the world’ : Locke’s Golden Age and the infinite extension of ‘use’ ” / Robert Markley. // IN: South Atlantic quarterly. – 98 (1999):817-837.

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Mehta, U. S.

Liberalism and empire : a study in nineteenth-century liberal thought / Uday Singh Mehta. – Chicago, Ill. : University of Chicago Press, 1999. – xii, 237 p.

Milton, J. R. (ed.)

Locke’s moral, political and legal philosophy / edited by J.R. Milton. – Aldershot ; Brookfield, Vt. : Ashgate/Dartmouth, ©1999. – xxi, 533 p. – (The international library of critical essays in the history of philosophy)

Reprints of previously published articles.

“Introduction” (p. xi-xxi) – Part I. The Two treatises in their historical contextPart II. The state of nature and the law of naturePart III, PropertyPart IV. Civil societyPart V. ConsentPart VI. Slavery and America.

ISBN 1-8401-413-0.

Narveson, J.

“Property rights : original acquisition and Lockean provisos” / Jan Narveson. // IN: Public affairs quarterly. – 13 (1999):205-227.

Abstract: PhI.

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Nodari, P. C.

A emergência do individualismo moderno no pensamento de John Locke / Paulo César Nodari. – Porto Alegre : Edipucrs, 1999.

Pangle, T. L. & Ahrensdorf, P. J.

Justice among nations : on the moral basis of power and peace / Thomas L. Pangle and Peter J. Ahrensdorf. – Lawrence, Kan. : University Press of Kansas, ©1999.

See “Locke’s liberalization of Hobbes” (p. 153-157)

Shapiro, I.

Democratic justice / Ian Shapiro. – New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, ©1999. – (The Yale ISPS series)

See “Locke’s view : advantages and limitations” (p. 72-84), “The inherited context : workmanship suffused by the market” (p. 144-148) and “Locke’s account” (p. 149-161)

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Simmons, A. J.

“Justification and legitimacy” / A. John Simmons. // IN: Ethics. – 109 (1998/99):739-771.

Abstract: PhI; IPSA 50:1508.

Reprinted in: Justification and legitimacy / A. John Simmons (2001) – p. 122-157.

Spitz, J.-F.

“Les sources de la distinction entre société et gouvernement chez Locke” / Jean-Fabien Spitz. // IN: Aspects de la pensée médiévale dans la philosophie politique moderne / sous la direction de Yves-Charles Zarka. – 1. éd. – Paris : Presses universitaires de France, 1999. – (Fondements de la politique. Série Essais).

Unverified.

Stevens, J.

Reproducing the state / Jacqueline Stevens. – Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton Uhniversity Press, ©1999.

See “Lockean social contract theories of membership” (pages 69-79)

Tuck, R.

The rights of war and peace : political thought and the international order from Grotius to Kant / Richard Tuck. – Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999.

See “Locke as a critic of Pufendorf” (p. 167-181)

Tuckness, A.

“The coherence of a mind : John Locke and the law of nature” / Alex Tuckness. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 37 (1999):73-90.

Abstract: PhI

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Reprinted in: John Locke : critical assessemnts of leading philosophers. Series II / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2006). – vol. 1.

Tuckness, A. S.

Toleration, morality, and the law : a Lockean approach / Alex Scott Tuckness. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Princeton University, 1999. – iv, 241 leaves.

Unverified.

Waldron, J.

The dignity of legislation / Jeremy Waldron. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, [1999]

See ch. 4, “Locke’s legislature (and Rawls’s)” (p. 63-91); also p. 136-147 [on consent].

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Walhof, D. R.

The paradox of conscience in modern political thought / by Darren Reed Walhof. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Minnesota, 1999. – iv, 201 p.

Unverified.

Wendt, A.

Social theory of international politics / Alexander Wendt. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999. – (Cambridge studies in international relations ; 67)

See “The Lockean culture [of anarchy]” (p. 279-297)

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Wokler, R.

“The manuscript authority of political thoughts” / Robert Wokler. // IN: History of political thought. – 20 (1999):107-123.

Abstract: PhI

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Zack, N.

“Lockean money, indigenism and globalism” / Naomi Zack. // IN: Civilization and oppression / edited by Catherine Wilson. – Calgary, Alta., Canada : University of Calgary Press, ©1999. – (Canadian journal of philosophy. Supplementary volume ; 25). – p. 31-53.

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Reprinted in: John Locke : critical assessemnts of leading philosophers. Series II / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2006). – vol. 1.

Zarka, Y. C.

“The invention of the subject of the law” / Yves Charles Zarka. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 7 (1999):245-262.

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Zook, M. S.

Radical Whigs and conspiratorial politics in late Stuart England / Melinda S. Zook. – University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, ©1999. – xxi, 234 p.