2011

Anstey, P.

“The creation of the English Hippocrates” / Peter Anstey. // IN: Medical history. — 55 (2011):457-478.

Anstey, P. R.

John Locke and natural philosophy / by Peter R. Anstey. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011. – 256 pages.

ISBN 978-0-19-958977-7.

LS 11:4

Review articles: J. Walmsley, Locke studies. 12 (2012):243-284; M. Stuart, K. Campbell, M. Jacovides & P. Anstey, “Locke’s experimental philosophy” (2013); reviews: G. Gorham, Early science & medicine. 16 (2011):626-628; J. Hill, British journal for the history of philosophy. 21 (2013):204-207; J.R. Milton, Intellectual history review 22 (2012):545-546; C. Silva, Dianoia 61:76 (mayo 2016):13-17.

Anstey, P. R.

“The matter of medicine : new medical matter theories in mid-seventeenth-century England” / Peter R. Anstey. // IN: Vanishing matter and the laws of motion : Descartes and beyond / edited by Dana Jalobeanu and Peter R. Anstey. – New York : Routledge, 2011. – (Routledge studies in seventeenth-century philosophy ; 13). – p. 61-79.

Anstey, P. R. & Principe, L. M.

“John Locke and the case of Anthony Ashley Cooper” / Peter R. Anstey & Lawrence M. Principe. // IN: Early science and medicine. — 16 (2011):379-503.

Includes transcripts of Locke’s case notes [PRO 30/24/47/2, ff. 19-30] – Anonymous case notes [PRO 30/24/47/2, ff. 1r-2v] – Case report [PRO 30/24/47/2, ff. 14r-15v] – Ashley’s queries [PRO 30/24/47/2, f. 81r] – Answers from Dr. Glisson [PRO 30/24/47/2, f. 3r], Sir George Ent [PRO 30/24/47/2, f. 82r], Dr. Timothy Clarke [PRO 30/24/47/2, ff. 8-9], Dr. John Micklethwaite [PRO 30/24/47/2, f. 17r], Dr. Thomas Sydenham [PRO 30/24/47/2, ff. 10-11], and Locke [PRO 30/24/47/2, ff. 12-13] – Additional correspondence [PRO 30/24/4/2, ff. 4r, 6r, 7, 40r-41r, 58-59]

LS 12:4

Mensch, J.

“Understanding affinity : Locke on generation and classification” / Jennifer Mensch. // IN: Locke studies. — 11 (2011):49-71.

LS 12:7

Weatherall, D. J.

“The art of medicine : the quiet art revisited” / D. J. Weatherall. // IN: The Lancet. – 377 (Jan.-June 2011):1912-1913.

2012

De Pierris, G.

“Newton, Locke, and Hume.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Domski, M.

“Locke’s qualified embrace of Newton’s Principia” / Mary Domski. // IN: Interpreting Newton : critical essays / edited by Andrew Janiak and Eric Schliesser. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012. – p. 48-68.

Downing, L.

“Maupertuis on attraction as an inherent property of matter” / Lisa Downing. // IN: Interpreting Newton : critical essays / edited by Andrew Janiak and Eric Schliesser. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012. – p. 280-298.

Milton, J. R.

“Locke and the Elements of natural philosophy : some problems of attribution” / J.R. Milton. // IN: Intellectual history review. – 22 (2012):199-219.

Williams, A. N.

“John Locke, ‘rhickets’ and the cardiopulmonary circulation” / A. N. Williams. // IN: Pediatric cardiology. — 33 (2012):115-121.

Includes a reproduction of Locke’s notes on “Rhachitis”

LS 12:10

2013

Agassi, J.

The very idea of modern science : Francis Bacon and Robert Boyle. – See entry in Chapter 3.

Burrows, S. & Anstey, P. R.

“John Locke, Thomas Sydenham, and the ‘smallpox manuscripts’ ” / J. Burrows and P. R. Anstey. // IN: English manuscript studies. – 18 (2013): 180-214.

LS 14:5

Connolly, P. J.

Causation and scientific explanation in Locke. – See entry in Chapter 3.

Domski, D.

“Observation and mathematics” / Mary Domski. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2013). – p. 144-168.

See 6.4, “Newton’s Principia in the Baconian system of the sciences” (p. 159-165)

Kochiras, H.

“Locke’s philosophy of science.” – See entry under first publication in 2009.

Stuart, M., Campbell, K., Jacovides, M. & Anstey, P.

“Locke’s experimental philosophy” / Matthew Stuart, Keith Campbell, Michael Jacovides, Peter Anstey. // IN: Metascience. – 22 (2013):1-22.

Three comments on P. Anstey, John Locke and natural philosophy (2011) and a response from Anstey.

LS 13:12

2014

Crignon, C.

“Le cas Lord Ashley : observer l’homme malade” / Claire Crignon. – Paper presented at the Journée d’étude “Empirisme et méthode dans les manuscrits médicaux de John Locke”, ENS de Lyon, 13 novembre 2014.

Unverified.

Duchesneau, F.

“L’adhésion de Locke à la méthodologie médicale de Sydenham : une question épistémologique?” / François Duchesneau. – Paper presented at the Journée d’étude “Empirisme et méthode dans les manuscrits médicaux de John Locke”, ENS de Lyon, 13 novembre 2014.

Unverified.

Gorham, G. & Slowik, E.

“Locke and Newtonian on space and time and their sensible measures.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Kleiman-Laffon, S.

“Bernard Mandeville lecteur de Locke et Sydenham” / Sylvie Kleiman-Laffon. – Paper presented at the Journée d’étude “Empirisme et méthode dans les manuscrits médicaux de John Locke”, ENS de Lyon, 13 novembre 2014.

Unverified.

Rossiter, E.

“Locke, providence, and the limits of natural philosophy.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Sánchez González, M. Á.

“El ensayo Ars medica de John Locke, y la influencia de sus ideas médicas sobre la filosofía empirista” / Miguel Ángel Sánchez González. // IN: Asclepio. – 66 (2014):39-

Includes Spanish translation of De arte medica [PRO 30/24/47/2, ff. 47-56].

Available online: http://dx.doi.org/10.3989/asclepio.2014.13

LS 14:13

Smith, O.

“Locke and old wives’ tales” / Olivia Smith. – Paper presented at the Journée d’étude “Empirisme et méthode dans les manuscrits médicaux de John Locke”, ENS de Lyon, 13 novembre 2014.

Unverified.

Walmsley, C.

“John Locke’s ‘Anatomia’ and ‘De arte medica’ : new transcriptions” / Craig Walmsley. – Drafted circa 1998-2005; posted March 25, 2014.

Contents: Preface – Introduction – The collaboration of Locke and Sydenham – Attribution – Transcriptions – The text of Anatomia [PRO 30/24/47/2 ff.31-8] – The text of De arte medica [PRO 30/24/47/2 ff. 47‑56]

Includes revision of the transcriptions first presented in Walmsley, John Locke’s natural philosophy (1632-1671) (1998)

Available online at: https://medium.com/@craig_walmsley/john-lockes-anatomia-and-de-arte-medica-new-transcriptions-fe368fb5c5b0 (viewed April 9, 2017).

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New

Wilkins, E.

“Margaret Cavendish and the Royal Society” / by Emma Wilkins. // IN: Notes and records of the Royal Society of London. – 68 (2014):245-260.

2015

Anstey, P.

“Further reflections on Locke’s medical remains” / Peter Anstey. // IN: Locke studies. – 15 (2015):215-242.

An appendix, “Mrs Anne Docwra’s receipts” (pages 237-242) transcribes three notes from Glasgow University Library, MS. Murray 416.

Based on a paper “Citation and allusion in Locke’s medical remains”, read at the Journée d’étude “Empirisme et méthode dans les manuscripts médicaux de John Locke”, ENS de Lyon, 13 November 2014.

For a response, see J. C. Walmsley, “Peter Anstey on Locke’s natural philosophy” (2016)

Available online: https://doi.org/10.5206/ls.2015.696

LS 17:6

Di Biase, G.

“Aristotle’s Physica in John Locke’s schemes of natural philosophy” / Giuliana Di Biase. // IN: Rivista di filosofia neo-scolastica. – 107 (2015):867-881.

LS 17:12

Janiak, A.

Newton / Andrew Janiak. – Chichester, West Sussex, UK : Wiley Blackwell, 2015. – x, 203 pages. – (Blackwell great minds ; 15)

Levitin, D.

Ancient wisdom in the age of the new science : histories of philosophy in England, c. 1640-1700 / Dmitri Levitin. – Cambridge : Cambridge University press, 2015. – (Ideas in context ; 113).

See “Histories of medical method by natural philosophers” (pages 287-294)

2016

Anstey, P. R.

“Locke and natural philosophy” / Peter R. Anstey. // IN: A companion to Locke / edited by Matthew Stuart … (2016). – pages 64-81.

LS 17:6

Anstey, P. R.

“Locke on measurement” / Peter R. Anstey. // IN: Studies in history and philosophy of science. Part A. – 60 (December 2016):70-81.

LS 17:6

Crignon, C.

Locke médecin : manuscrits sur l’art médical / Claire Crignon. – Paris : Classiques Garnier, 2016. – 541 pages. – (Textes de philosophie ; 11)

Contains translations of Locke’s medical manuscripts.

ISBN 978-2-406-05637-9.

LS 17:11

Grzeliński, A.

“Dwa wczesne eseje medyczne Johna Locke’a : ‘Morbus’ i ‘Anatomia’ ” / Adam Grzeliński. // IN: Studia z historii filozofii. – 7 (2016):105-121.

Unverified.

Grzeliński, A.

“John Locke and the Royal Society of London” / Adam Grzeliński. // IN: Znaczenia filozofii Oświecenia : człowiek wśród ludzi / redakcja naukowa Barbara Grabowska, Adam Grzeliński, Jolanta Żelazna. – Toruń : Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopernika, 2016. – Pages 255-278.

ISBN 978-83-231-3651-4.

Unverified.

Walmsley, J. C.

“Peter Anstey on Locke’s natural philosophy” / Jonathan Craig Walmsley. // IN: Locke studies. – 16 (2016):167-194.

Response to Anstey, “Further reflections on Locke’s medical remains” (2015).

Available online: https://doi.org/10.5206/ls.2016.657

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2017

Anstey, P. R.

“Locke’s earliest use of the term ‘experimentall naturall philosophy’ ” / Peter Anstey. // IN: Early modern experimental philosophy [online]. – Posted on September 8, 2017.

Available online at: https://blogs.otago.ac.nz/emxphi/2017/09/lockes-earliest-use-of-the-term-experimentall-naturall-philosophy/ [viewed September 8, 2017]

LS 17:6

Tabb, K.

“Locke’s pyrrhonian case for toleration.” – See entry in Chapter 6.

2018

New

Anstey, P. R.

“Locke and Cartesian cosmology” / Peter R. Anstey. // IN: Locke and Cartesian philosophy / edited by Philippe Hamou and Martine Pécharman … (2018). – Pages 33-48.

New

Connolly, P. J.

“Locke and the methodology of Newton’s Principia” / Patrick J. Connolly. // IN: Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie. – 100 (2018):311-335.

DOI: 10.1515/agph-2018-3003

New

Crignon, C.

“John Locke, philosophe qui ne voulait pas «se mêler de médecine» …” / Claire Crignon. // IN: Médecine sciences. – 34:no 01 (janvier 2018): 87-91.

10.1051/medsci/20183401019