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Notes from Cudworth   (1682 February 18)

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke f. 6, pp. 19-20.

Description:   An entry in Locke’s journal, dated 18 February 1682, consisting of notes on Cudworth’s The true intellectual system of the universe (1678).

Publications:

  1. An early draft of Locke’s Essay : together with excerpts from his journals / edited by R.I. Aaron and Jocelyn Gibb. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1936. – p. 118. [Locke #932]

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On enthusiasm   (1682 February 19)

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke f. 6, pp. 20-25.

Description:   An untitled entry in Locke’s journal, dated 19 February 1682; part (pp. 20-22) was included in a letter sent to Damaris Cudworth, [6 April 1682?]. This is the first of three comments on John Smith’s Select discourses (1660); the first paragraph is identical to Locke’s letter to Damaris Cudworth, [6 April? 1682].

Publications:

  1. The life of John Locke : with extracts from his correspondence, journals and common-place books / by Lord King. – London : H. Colburn, 1829. – pp. 125-127; London : H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1830. – vol. 1:234-237.
  2. An early draft of Locke’s Essay : together with excerpts from his journals / edited by R.I. Aaron and Jocelyn Gibb. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1936. – pp. 119-121. [Locke #932]
  3. The correspondence of John Locke / edited by E.S. de Beer. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1976-89. – (Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke) [Locke #847]. – vol. 2:500-501 [letter 696]
  4. Political essays / Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997. – pp. 289-291. [Locke #867+]
  5. Selected correspondence / John Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie from the by E.S. de Beer. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2002. [Locke #847+] – Page 89.
  6. A letter concerning toleration and other writings / John Locke ; edited and with an introduction by Mark Goldie. – Indianapolis : Liberty Fund, ©2010. – Pages 178-180 [Locke #67B].
  7. Women philosophers of seventeenth-century England : selected correspondence / Jacqueline Broad. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, ©2020. – Pages 128-131.

Discussions:   Goldie, publication #4, p. 289; Goldie, publication #6, p. xxxix.

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On the immortality of the soul   (1682 February 20)

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke f. 6, pp. 25-33 (p. 32 blank).

Description:   An untitled entry in Locke’s journal, dated 20 February 1682. This is the second of three entries commenting on Smith’s Select discourses, which Locke was discussing with Damaris Cudworth at the time.

Publications:

  1. The life of John Locke : with extracts from his correspondence, journals and common-place books / by Lord King. – London : H. Colburn, 1829. – pp. 128-130; London : H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1830. – vol. 1:237-239.
  2. The life of John Locke / by H.R. Fox Bourne. – London : H.S. King ; New York : Harper, 1876. – vol. 1:464-466.
  3. An early draft of Locke’s Essay : together with excerpts from his journals / edited by R.I. Aaron and Jocelyn Gibb. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1936. – pp. 121-123. [Locke #932]

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On knowledge of God   (1682 February 21)

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke f. 6, pp. 33-38.

Description:   An untitled entry in Locke’s journal, dated 21 February 1682; incomplete copy of a letter sent to Damaris Cudworth. This is the last of three comments on Smith’s Select discourses, which Locke was discussing with her at the time.

Publications:

  1. An early draft of Locke’s Essay : together with excerpts from his journals / edited by R.I. Aaron and Jocelyn Gibb. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1936. – pp. 123-125. [Locke #932]
  2. Summary: The correspondence of John Locke / edited by E.S. de Beer. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1976-89. – (Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke) [Locke #847]. – vol. 2:488 [letter 687]
  3. Selected correspondence / John Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie from the by E.S. de Beer. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2002. [Locke #847+] – Pages 86-88.
  4. Women philosophers of seventeenth-century England : selected correspondence / Jacqueline Broad. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, ©2020. – Pages 123-125.
  5. [German translation:] Liebesbriefe an einer Philosophen / Text und Edition von Ursula I. Meyer ; ├╝bersetzungen von Petra Altschuh-Riederer. – 1. Auflage. – Aachen : ein-FACH-verlag, 2019. – Pages 45-46.

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The Titles of the Natural and Experimentall History of ye Air   (1682)

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 42A, pp. 16-17.

Description:   A list of topics, perhaps related to Robert Boyle’s research that would eventually be published as A general history of the air (1692). The list bears the title “The Titles of the Natural and Experimentall History of ye Air”, and is dated “82”.

Publications:   None

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Preliminary Topicks or Articles of enquiry in order to the history of Diseases   (1682)

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 42A, p. 98.

Description:   A list of topics for a Baconian enquiry into the natural history of diseases; perhaps related to Locke’s work with Sir Thomas Sydenham. The list bears the title “Preliminary Topicks or Articles of enquiry in order to the history of Diseases” and the heading “Morbus’, and is dated “82”.

Publications:   None

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Atramentum Typographicum   [ca. 1682]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke d. 9, p. 223.

Description:   A note in Locke’s hand, with the marginal caption “Atramentum Typographicum”. The note is not dated or initialed by Locke, but was probably written by him ca. 1682.

Publications:   None

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Ecclesia   (1682)

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke d. 10, pp. 43-44.

Description:   A note in one of Locke’s commonplace books, with the heading “Ecclesia,” dated 1682, written and initialed by Locke. It is based on Locke’s reading of Hooker’s Ecclesiastical Polity, book I, ch. 15.

Publications:

  1. The life of John Locke : with extracts from his correspondence, journals and common-place books / by Lord King. – New ed. – London : H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1830. – vol. 2:99-101.
  2. Political essays / Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997. – pp. 291-292. [Locke #867+]
  3. Writings on religion / John Locke ; edited by Victor Nuovo. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2002. – p. 80. [Locke 867+]
  4. An essay concerning toleration and other writings on law and politics, 1667-1683 / John Locke ; edited with an introduction, critical apparatus, notes and transcription of ancillary manuscripts by J.R. Milton and Philip Milton. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2006. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke). – pp. 391-392 [Locke #952A].
  5. A letter concerning toleration and other writings / John Locke ; edited and with an introduction by Mark Goldie. – Indianapolis : Liberty Fund, ©2010. – pp. 180-181 [Locke #67B].

Discussions:   Goldie, publication #2, p. 291; Nuovo, publication #3, pp. xlii-xliii; Milton & Milton, Introduction to publication #4, pp. 137-140, 236; Goldie, publicaton #5, p. xxxix.

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Superstitio   [1682]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke d. 10, p. 161.

Description:   A note in one of Locke’s commonplace books, with the heading “Superstitio,” dated 1682, written and initialed by Locke. It is based on Locke’s reading of John Smith’s Select discourses (1673).

Publications:

  1. The life of John Locke : with extracts from his correspondence, journals and common-place books / by Lord King. – New ed. – London : H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1830. – vol. 2:101.
  2. Political essays / Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997. – pp. 292-293. [Locke #867+]
  3. An essay concerning toleration and other writings on law and politics, 1667-1683 / John Locke ; edited with an introduction, critical apparatus, notes and transcription of ancillary manuscripts by J.R. Milton and Philip Milton. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2006. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke). – p. 392.

Discussions:   Goldie, publication #2 above, p. 292; Milton & Milton, Introduction to publication #3 above, pp. 137-140, 236.

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Traditio   [1682]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke d. 10, p. 163.

Description:   A note in one of Locke’s commonplace books, with the heading “Traditio,” dated 1682, written and initialed by Locke.

Publications:

  1. The life of John Locke : with extracts from his correspondence, journals and common-place books / by Lord King. – New ed. – London : H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1830. – vol. 2:101-102.
  2. Political essays / Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997. – p. 293. [Locke #867+]
  3. An essay concerning toleration and other writings on law and politics, 1667-1683 / John Locke ; edited with an introduction, critical apparatus, notes and transcription of ancillary manuscripts by J.R. Milton and Philip Milton. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2006. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke). – p. 393 [Locke #952A].
  4. A letter concerning toleration and other writings / John Locke ; edited and with an introduction by Mark Goldie. – Indianapolis : Liberty Fund, ©2010. – pp. 181-182 [Locke #67B].

Discussions:   Goldie, publication #2, p. 293; Milton & Milton, Introduction to publication #3, pp. 137-140, 236; Goldie, publication #4, p. xxxix.

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