Update to John Locke Bibliography, 21 February 2013

Once again, I offer my apologies for the lack of updates to the John Locke Bibliography.  I am hopeful that I will once again be able to post updates on a regular basis.

The following entries were added to the John Locke Bibliography on 21 February 2013:

  • Anstey, P. “John Locke and Anne Docwra.” 2012. — Chapter 12.
  • —-. “Locke’s proofs.” 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • —-. “Locke’s swallows.” 2012. — Chapter 2.
  • Arneil, B. “Liberal colonialism, domestic colonies and citizenship.” 2012. — Chapter 8.
  • Bentwich, M. Reclaiming liberty. 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Bond, N. “Rational natural law and German sociology.” 2011. — Chapter 7.
  • Brubaker, S. C. “Coming into one’s own.” 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Bullard, P. “Digital editing and the eighteenth-century text.” 2012. — Chapter 2.
  • Di Biase, G. La morale di Locke. 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • Donay, A. John Lockes Zwei Abhandlunger zur Regierung vor dem Hintergrund der Glorious Revolution in England. 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Duschinsky, R.Tabula rasa and human nature.” 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • Grant, R. W. “John Locke on custom’s power and reason’s authority.” 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Heil, J. The universe as we find it. 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • Hess, J. M. “Coleridge’s fly-catchers.” 2012. — Chapter 11.
  • Hutton, S. “Debating the faith.” 2013. — Chapter 12.
  • Jahn, B. “Rethinking democracy promotion.” 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Janara, L. “John Locke’s kindred politics.” 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Jones, J.-E. “Real essence.” 2013. — Chapter 3.
  • Kail, P. J. E. “Locke, Berkeley, Hume : epistemology.” 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • Klein, S. B. & Nichols, S. “Memory and the sense of personal identity.” 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • Lifschitz, A. “The arbitrariness of the linguistic sign.” 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • LoLordo, A. Locke’s moral man. 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • Losonsky, M. “Locke and Leibniz on religious faith.” 2012. — Chapter 5.
  • Marks, J. “Rousseau’s critique of Locke’s education for liberty.” 2012. — Chapter 4.
  • Menashi, S. “Cain as his brother’s keeper.” 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Miller, N. P. The religious roots of the First Amendment. 2012. — Chapter 6.
  • Novotný, V. “Societas libera et spontanea.” 2005. — Chapter 6.
  • Ott, W. “What is Locke’s theory of representation?” 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • Pécharman, M. “Il faut parler : Locke ou Pascal?” 2010. — Chapter 3.
  • —-. “Le problème de la distinction des idées.” 2011. — Chapter 3.
  • Poggi, D. Lost and found in translation? 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • Pyle, A. Locke. 2012. — Chapter 2.
  • Ryan, A. On politics. 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Schaar, M. van der. “Locke on judgement and religious toleration.” 2012. — Chapter 6.
  • Sherwood, Y. Biblical blaspheming. 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Swanson, M.-E. John Locke, philosopher of American liberty. 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Thompson, C. B. “On declaring the laws and rights of nature.” 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Tierney-Hynes, R. Novel minds. 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • Tomida, Y. “Bâkuri no kannensetsu no mujun.” 2001. — Chapter 3.
  • —-. “Chōetsurontetsugaku to bunsekitetsugaku.” 1995. — Chapter 3.
  • —-. Locke, Berkeley, Kant. 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • —-. “Senkakkei to senmentai.” 1994. — Chapter 3.
  • Tyler, C. “D. G. Ritchie on socialism, history, and Locke.” 2012. — Chapter 7.
  • Walker, W. “The matter of mind, 1650-1750.” 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • Weinberg, S. “The metaphysical fact of consciousness in Locke’s theory of personal identity.” 2012. — Chapter 3.
  • West, T. G. “The ground of Locke’s law of nature.” 2012. — Chapter 7.

Thanks to Peter Anstey, Steven Menashi, Vojtéch Novotný, Martine Pécharman, and Davide Poggi for information about their recent publications.

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