Locke Studies     An Annual Journal of Locke Research

  Contents of Nos.1–25, 1970–1994, of The Locke Newsletter

Many thanks to Roma Hutchinson for compiling this 25 year index of the Locke Newsletter.

Listing of  Articles, by author (if by the same author, in order of publication)
Listing of  Articles, by title, and by topic
Listing of  Book Reviews


     Articles, by author
  • Acworth, R. Locke's First Reply to John Norris, 2.7
  • Allan, D. J. Locke and Bentley, 7.55
  • Attig, J. C. A New Index to Christophersen's Bibliographical Introduction to the Study of John Locke,16.53
  • Ayers, M. R. Locke's Translations from Nicole's Essais: The Real First Edition, 11.101
  • Ayers, M. R. Are Locke's 'Ideas' Images, Intentional Objects or Natural Signs?, 17.3
  • Baldwin, T. Tully, Locke, and Land, 13.21
  • Barger, B. Woolhouse on Real Essences: A Reply, 9.95
  • Berman, D. Particles and Ideas in Locke's Theory of Meaning, 5.15
  • Bermúdez, J. L. The Adequacy of Simple Ideas in Locke--A Rehabilitation of Berkeley's Criticisms, 23.25
  • Diddle, J. C. A Further Note on that 'Puzzling Point', 6.67
  • Bolton, M. Locke on Substance Ideas and the Determination of Kinds: A Reply to Mattern, 19.17
  • Brandt, R. The Centre-Point of Locke's Philosophy: An Outline, 14.27
  • Cicovacki, P. Locke on Personal Identity: A Criticism of One Interpretation, 22.57
  • Clark, S. H. The Philosophical Rhetoric of Locke's Essay, 17.93
  • Clarke, B. The Marriage of John Locke's 'Wife', Elizabeth Clarke, 22.93
  • Danaher, J. P. Real Essences, 23.83
  • Day, J. P. Self-Ownership, 20.77
  • de Almeida, C. Locke on Knowledge and Trifling Propositions, 22.31
  • de Beer, E. S. The Locke Correspondence: progress report, 2.5
  • de Beer, E. S. Locke: From Utrecht to Rotterdam 1686-7, 5.32
  • de Beer, E. S. Bishop Law's List of Books Attributed to Locke, 7.47
  • Driscoll, E. A. Note on the Authorship of an Ethical Fragment in the Memorandum Book of John Locke Senior, 11.109
  • Duncan, H. Locke, A Mechanical Philosopher?, 16.11
  • Englebretsen, G. Locke's Language of Proper Names, 4.25
  • Evnine, S. Innate Principles and Radical Interpretation, 18.33
  • Flew, A. Locke and Personal Identity--Again, 10.33
  • Gallie, R. D. Abstraction and Abstractionism, 9.63
  • Gallie, R. D. Of Particles, 16.23
  • Gallie, R. D. The Same Self, 18.45
  • Goldie, M. The New 'Everyman' Edition of Locke's Two Treatises, 25.87
  • Goldie, M. Locke on Television, 25.125
  • Goodin, S. Tertiary Qualities in Locke's Essay, 23.59
  • Hall, R. Corrigenda to the Yolton Edition, 1.29
  • Hall, R. Locke's Metallurgical Term, 2.11
  • Hall, R. Some Errata in Fraser's Text of the Essay, 4.46
  • Hall, R. Omissions from Christophersen, 5.18
  • Hall, R. Hume's Use of Locke on Identity, 5.56
  • Hall, R. Recent Reviews of Books on Locke, 6.10, 9.8, 10.11, 11.8, 22.17
  • Hall, R. More Omissions from Christophersen, 6.23
  • Hall, R. More Faults in Fraser, 6.91
  • Hall, R. Corrigenda to the Yolton Edition, 6.96
  • Hall, R. John Locke's New Words and Uses, 7.11
  • Hall, R. Locke and the 'Abstract' of Hume, 7.79
  • Hall, R. Elucidations of the Essay, I: Some Improvements to the Glossary, 11.19
  • Hall, R. The Concept of Spirit in Locke's Essay, 17.37
  • Hall, R. Locke and Sensory Experience--Another Look at Simple Ideas of Sensation, 18.11
  • Hall, R. Some Uses of Imagination in the British Empiricists: A Preliminary Investigation of Locke, As Contrasted with Hume, 20.47
  • Hall, R. 'Idea' in Locke's Works, 21.9
  • Hall, R. The Place of Reason in Locke's Essay, 23.11
  • Heismann, G. Addenda to the Locke Bibliography: Austrian and German Dissertations, 11.13
  • Helm, P. John Locke's Puzzle Cases about Personal Identity, 8.53
  • Helm, P. Locke's Conditions for Personal Identity, 10.43
  • Helm, P. Locke's Real Ideas, and Dr Woolhouse, l5.35
  • Heyd, T. Locke's Simple Ideas, The Blooming, Buzzing Confusion, and Quasi-Photographic Perception, 20.17
  • Heyd, T. Locke's Arguments for the Resemblance Thesis Revisited, 25.13
  • Hinton, R. W. K. On Recovering the Original of the Second Treatise, 8.69
  • Horwitz, R. H. & Finn, J. B. Locke's Aesop's Fables, 6.71
  • Kato, T. The Reasonableness in the Historical Light of the Essay, 12.45
  • Kelly, P. Locke and Filmer; Was Laslett So Wrong After All?, 8.77
  • Kemerling, G. Some Nineteenth-Century Additions to Christophersen, 11.9
  • Kopton, K. 'The Unnatural Desire for More than one Needs': An Objection to James Tully's View..., 25.75
  • Kraus, P. Locke's Negative Hedonism, 15.43
  • Lembcke, V. L. A Consideration of Locke's Educational Theories with Respect to the Woman Question, 21.141
  • Losonsky, M. Locke on the Making of Complex Ideas, 20.35
  • Lough, J.. Locke's Travels in France: Additions and Corrections, 7.115
  • Mackie, J. L. Problems from Locke: Some Answers and Explanations, 9.87
  • Malpas, R. M. P. An Electronic Text of the Essay (introducing a Complete Wordlist for Locke's Essay), 21.57
  • Malpas, R. M. P. Locke and Hume Contrasted, 22.71
  • Mason, A. Locke on Disagreement over the Use of Moral and Political Terms, 20.63
  • Mattern, R. Locke on Natural Kinds as the 'Workmanship of the Understanding', 17.45
  • Matthews, H. E. Locke, Malebranche and the Representative Theory, 2.12
  • Matthews, H. E. Descartes and Locke on the Concept of a Person, 8.9
  • Matthews, H. E. Locke on Persons: A Reply to Professor Flew, 12.11
  • Mautner, T. Locke's Own, 22.73
  • Mendus, S. L. Personal Identity and Moral Responsibility, 9.75
  • Meyer, H. E. 'Mr Locks Play Things', 4.38
  • Meyers, R. G. Locke, Analyticity and Trifling Propositions, 10.83
  • Meynell, G. Locke as Author of Anatomia and De Arte Medica, 25.65
  • Meynell,G. Locke's Medical Notebook,'Adversaria 3', 25.85
  • Milton, J. R. The Scholastic Background to Locke's Thought, l5.25
  • Milton, J. R. Locke's Adversaria, 18.63
  • Milton, J. R. The Date and Significance of Two of Locke's Early Manuscripts, 19.47
  • Milton, J. R. John Locke and The Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina, 21.111
  • Milton, J. R. John Locke, George Wall and George Walls: A Problem of Identity, 22.81
  • Milton, J. R. Locke and Gilles de Launay, 23.115
  • Milton, J. R. Locke's Early Political Reading, 24.81
  • Milton, J. R. Manservant as Amanuensis: Sylvester Brounower, 25.79
  • Moulds, G. H. The 'Right' and the 'Good' in Locke's Writings, 3.17
  • Moyal, G. J. D. Locke, Innate Ideas and the Ethics of Belief, 10.97
  • Nidditch, P. H. Corrigenda to Yolton's Edition of Locke's Essay, I: Volume One, 2.21
  • Nidditch, P. H. Corrigenda to Yolton's Edition of Locke's Essay, II: Volume Two, 3.34
  • Nidditch, P. H. The Faultiness of Fraser's Text of Locke's Essay, 3.40
  • Nidditch, P. H. Two Notes on Burridge, 4.41
  • Nidditch, P. H. The Forthcoming Critical Edition of Locke's Works, 5.9
  • Nidditch, P. H. Aaron and Gibb's Edition of Draft A of Locke's Essay in Retrospect, 7.105
  • Nidditch, P. H. The Forthcoming Corrected Second Impression and Paperback Edition of the Clarendon Locke Essay, 9.9
  • Nidditch, P. H. The Clarendon Edition of the Works of John Locke, 9.15
  • Nidditch, P. H. Draft A of Locke's Essay, ed. Nidditch (1980): Errata Typographica, 11.108
  • Nidditch, P. H. Rand's Edition of Draft B of the Essay, 12.65
  • Nidditch, P. H. Plan of a Concordance-Index to Locke's Essay, 13.57
  • O'Connor, P. Locke's Challenge to Innate Practical Principles Revisited, 25.41
  • Odegard, D. Locke and the Signification of Words, 1.11
  • Odegard, D. Locke and the Immutability of Truth, 6.55
  • Odegard, D. Locke on Certainty and Probability, 11.77
  • Odegard, D. Locke and the Preface Paradox, 25.29
  • Olivecrona, K. An Insertion in Para. 25 of the Second Treatise of Government?, 6.63
  • Olivecrona, K. A Note on Locke and Filmer, 7.83
  • Owen, D. Locke on Reason, Probable Reasoning, and Opinion, 24.35
  • Pavkovi, A. Locke on 'How Bodies Produce Ideas in Us', 14.9
  • Phemister, P. Real Essences in Particular, 21.27
  • Pringle, H. Locke's Political Sympathies: Some Unnoticed Evidence, 21.135
  • Pringle, H. Who Gave Money to Monmouth: Rounding Up the Suspects, 23.131
  • Rabb, J. D. Are Locke's Ideas of Relation Complex?, 5.41
  • Rabb, J. D. Two Questions Concerning Locke's Ideas of Pleasure and Pain, 7.41
  • Rabb, J. D. Reflection, Reflexion, and Introspection, 8.35
  • Reeve, A. Political Obligation and the Strict Settlement, 13.47
  • Remnant, P. & Bennett, J. Leibniz's New Essays: The Remnant-Bennett Version, 14.41
  • Roberts R. J. The John Locke Room in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, 9.21
  • Roberts, T. A. Rysbrack's Marble Bust of John Locke, 12.61
  • Rogers, G. A. J. Professor Richard I. Aaron, 20.11
  • Ross, G. M. Remnant and Bennett's 'New Essays': A Reply, 14.59
  • Sanford, D. H. Does Locke Think Hardness is a Primary Quality?, 1.17
  • Sargentich, T. Locke and Ethical Theory: Two MS. Pieces, 5.24
  • Schankula, H. A. S. Books from Locke's Library, 7.121
  • Shimokawa, K. A Critique of Laslett's Treatment of the Two Treatises, 16.35
  • Squadrito, K. Locke's View of Essence and its Relation to Racism: A Reply to Professor Bracken, 6.41
  • Squadrito, K. The Essay 4.4.3, 9.55
  • Stewart, M. A. Locke's Mental Atomism and the Classification of Ideas: I, 10.53
  • Stewart, M. A. Locke's Mental Atomism and the Classification of Ideas: II, 11.25
  • Stewart, M. A. Locke's Professional Contacts with Robert Boyle, 12.19
  • Stewart, M. A. Locke's 'Observations' on Boyle, 24.21
  • Stray, C. A. 'Locke's System of Classical Instruction' [1827-], 22.115
  • Talmor, S. Locke and Glanvill: A Comparison, 9.101
  • Tassi, A. Two Notions of Consent in Locke's Second Treatise, 3.26
  • Tassi, A. Locke on Majority-Rule and the Legislative, 4.31
  • Thomas, J. On a Supposed Inconsistency in Locke's Account of Personal Identity, 10.13
  • Thompson, M. P. On Dating Chapter XVI of the Second Treatise of Government, 7.95
  • Troyer, J. Locke on the Names of Substances, 6.27
  • Tully, J. A Reply to Waldron and Baldwin, 13.35
  • Vernon, R. Locke's Antagonist, Jonas Proast, 24.95
  • Waldron, J. 'The Turfs my Servant has cut', 13.9
  • Ward, D. The Solution of the Problem of Personal Identity via Locke, Butler and Hume, 25.53
  • Ward, F. R. Some Eighteenth-Century Supplements to the Yolton and Attig Bibliographies, 24.107
  • Wieand, J. Locke on Memory, 11.63
  • Wolfram, S. On the Mistake of Identifying Locke's Trifling-Instructive Distinction with the Analytic-Synthetic Distinction, 9.27
  • Wolfram, S. Locke's Trifling-Instructive Distinction--A Reply, 11.89
  • Wolfram, S. Locke and 'Natural Kinds', 18.75
  • Woolhouse, R. S. Helm, and Locke on Real Ideas, 14.35
  • Woozley, A. D. Further Corrigenda to Yolton's Edition, Vol. I, 2.29
  • Woozley, A. D. Some Remarks on Locke's Account of Knowledge, 3.7
  • Woozley, A. D. Further Corrigenda to Yolton's Edition, Vol. II, 3.39
  • Yolton, J. S. A Note on the Manuscript of Locke's Translation of Nicole's Essais de Morale, 11.104
  • Yolton, J. W. Corrigenda to the Yolton Edition, 1.29, 3.32
  • Zack, N. Locke's Identity Meaning of Ownership, 23.105

     Articles, by Title, and by Topics
  • Aaron and Gibb's Edition of Draft A of Locke's Essay in Retrospect (Nidditch), 7.105
  • Aaron, Professor Richard I. (Rogers), 20.11
  • Abstraction and Abstractionism (Gallie), 9.63
  • Addenda to the Locke Bibliography, 1.5, 3.5, 4.8, 6.16
  • Addenda to the Locke Bibliography: Austrian and German Dissertations (Heismann), 11.13
  • The Adequacy of Simple Ideas in Locke--A Rehabilitation of Berkeley's Criticisms (Bermúdez), 23.25
  • Adversaria, Locke's (Milton), 18.63
  • Aesop's Fables, Locke's (Horwitz & Finn), 6.71
  • Analyticity, Locke, and Trifling Propositions (Meyers), 10.83
  • Anatomia and De Arte Medica, Locke as Author of (Meynell), 25.65
  • Announcements, 6.99, l5.112, l6.81, 20.15, 21.165, 24.19, 25.52
  • Are Locke's 'Ideas' Images, Intentional Objects or Natural Signs? (Ayers), 17.3
  • Are Locke's Ideas of Relation Complex? (Rabb), 5.41
  • Atomism, Mental, Locke's, and the Classification of Ideas (Stewart), I, 10.53; II, 11.25
  • Bentley, Locke and (Allen), 7.55
  • Bishop Law's List of Books Attributed to Locke (de Beer), 7.47
  • Books Attributed to Locke, Bishop Law's List of (de Beer), 7.47
  • Books from Locke's Library (Schantula), 7.121
  • Books on Locke, Recent Reviews of (Hall), 6.10, 9.8, 10.11, 11.8, 22.17
  • Boyle, Locke's 'Observations' on (Stewart), 24.21
  • Boyle, Robert, Locke's Professional Contacts with (Stewart), 12.19
  • Brounower, Sylvester, Manservant as Amanuensis (Milton), 25.79
  • Burridge, Two Notes on (Nidditch), 4.41
  • The Centre-Point of Locke's Philosophy: An Outline (Brandt), 14.27
  • Certainty and Probability, Locke on (Odegard), 11.77
  • Christophersen, Omissions from (Hall), 5.18, 6.23
  • Christophersen, Some Nineteenth-Century Additions to (Kemerling), 11.9
  • Christophersen's Bibliographical Introduction to the Study of John Locke, A New Index to (Attig), 16.53
  • The Clarendon Edition of the Works of John Locke (Nidditch), 9.15
  • Clarke, Elizabeth, The Marriage of John Locke's 'Wife', (Clarke), 22.93
  • Complex Ideas, Locke on the Making of (Losonsky), 20.35
  • The Concept of Spirit in Locke's Essay (Hall), 17.37
  • Consent in Locke's Second Treatise, Two Notions of (Tassi), 3.26
  • Consideration of Locke's Educational Theories with Respect to the Woman Question (Lembcke), 21.141
  • Corrections to Other Published Work, 3.41, 4.48
  • Corrigenda to the Yolton Edition (Hall), 6.96
  • Corrigenda to the Yolton Edition (Yolton), 1.29, 3.32
  • Corrigenda to Yolton's Edition of Locke's Essay (Nidditch), I: Volume One, 2.21; II: Volume Two, 3.34
  • A Critique of Laslett's Treatment of the Two Treatises (Shimokawa), 16.35
  • The Date and Significance of Two of Locke's Early Manuscripts (Milton), 19.47
  • de Launay, Gilles, Locke and (Milton), 23.115
  • Descartes and Locke on the Concept of a Person (Matthews), 8.9
  • Disagreement over the Use of Moral and Political Terms, Locke on (Mason), 20.63
  • Dissertations, Austrian and German (Addenda to the Locke Bibliography) (Heismann), 11.13
  • Does Locke Think Hardness is a Primary Quality? (Sanford), 1.17
  • Draft A of Locke's Essay, Aaron and Gibb's Edition of, in Retrospect (Nidditch), 7.105
  • Draft A of Locke's Essay, ed. Nidditch (1980): Errata Typographica (Nidditch), 11.108
  • Draft B of the Essay, Rand's Edition of (Nidditch), 12.65
  • Early Manuscripts, The Date and Significance of Two of Locke's (Milton), 19.47
  • Educational Theories, a Consideration of Locke's, with Respect to the Woman Question (Lembcke), 21.141
  • An Electronic Text of the Essay (introducing a Complete Wordlist for Locke's Essay) (Malpas), 21.57
  • Elucidations of the Essay, I: Some Improvements to the Glossary (Hall), 11.19
  • Essay 4.4.3 (Squadrito), 9.55
  • The Essay, Elucidations of, I: Some Improvements to the Glossary (Hall), 11.19
  • Essay, The Forthcoming Corrected Second Impression and Paperback Edition of the Clarendon Locke (Nidditch), 9.9
  • Essay, The Philosophical Rhetoric of Locke's (Clark), 17.93
  • Essay, Plan of a Concordance-Index to Locke's (Nidditch), 13.57
  • The Essay, An Electronic Text of (introducing a Complete Wordlist for Locke's Essay) (Malpas), 21.57
  • Essence and its Relation to Racism, Locke's View of: A Reply to Professor Bracken (Squadrito), 6.41
  • An Ethical Fragment in the Memorandum Book of John Locke Senior, Note on the Authorship of (Driscoll), 11.109
  • The Faultiness of Fraser's Text of Locke's Essay (Nidditch), 3.40
  • Filmer, Locke and; Was Laslett So Wrong After All? (Kelly), 8.77
  • Filmer, A Note on Locke and (Olivecrona), 7.83
  • The Forthcoming Critical Edition of Locke's Works (Nidditch), 5.9
  • The Forthcoming Corrected Second Impression and Paperback Edition of the Clarendon Locke Essay (Nidditch), 9.9
  • Fraser, More Faults in (Hall), 6.91
  • Fraser's Text of Locke's Essay, The Faultiness of (Nidditch), 3.40
  • Fraser's Text of the Essay, Some Errata in (Hall), 4.46
  • The Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina, John Locke and (Milton), 21.111
  • Further Corrigenda to Yolton's Edition, Vol. I (Woozley), 2.29; Vol. II (Woozley), 3.39
  • A Further Note on that 'Puzzling Point' (Biddle), 6.67
  • Glanvill, Locke and: A Comparison (Talmor), 9.101
  • The Glossary, Some Improvements to (Elucidations of the Essay, I) (Hall), 11.19
  • Hedonism, Locke's Negative (Kraus), 15.43
  • Helm, and Locke on Real Ideas (Woolhouse), 14.35
  • 'How Bodies Produce Ideas in Us', Locke on (Pavkovi), 14.9
  • Hume, Locke and ... Contrasted (Malpas), 22.71
  • Hume, Locke and the 'Abstract' of (Hall), 7.79
  • Hume's Use of Locke on Identity (Hall), 5.56
  • 'Idea' in Locke's Works (Hall), 21.9
  • 'Ideas', Are Locke's ... Images, Intentional Objects or Natural Signs? (Ayers), 17.3
  • Ideas of Pleasure and Pain, Two Questions Concerning Locke's (Rabb), 7.41
  • Identity, Hume's Use of Locke on (Hall), 5.56
  • Imagination in the British Empiricists, Some Uses of: A Preliminary Investigation of Locke, As Contrasted with Hume (Hall), 20.47
  • The Immutability of Truth, Locke and (Odegard), 6.55
  • Innate Ideas, Locke, and the Ethics of Belief (Moyal), 10.97
  • Innate Practical Principles, Locke's Challenge to, Revisited (O'Connor), 25.41
  • Innate Principles and Radical Interpretation (Evnine), 18.33
  • An Insertion in Para. 25 of the Second Treatise of Government? (Olivecrona), 6.63
  • John Locke and The Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina (Milton), 21.111
  • John Locke, George Wall and George Walls: A Problem of Identity (Milton), 22.81
  • The John Locke Room in the Bodleian Library, Oxford (Roberts), 9.21
  • John Locke's New Words and Uses (Hall), 7.11
  • John Locke's Puzzle Cases about Personal Identity (Helm), 8.53
  • Knowledge and Trifling Propositions, Locke on (de Almeida), 22.31
  • Knowledge, Some Remarks on Locke's Account of (Woozley), 3.7
  • Leibniz's New Essays: The Remnant-Bennett Version (Remnant & Bennett), 14.41
  • Location of Locke Books, 4.49, 6.89, 7.121
  • Locke, A Mechanical Philosopher? (Duncan), l6.11
  • Locke, Analyticity and Trifling Propositions (Meyers), 10.83
  • Locke and the 'Abstract' of Hume (Hall), 7.79
  • Locke and Bentley (Allen), 7.55
  • Locke and Ethical Theory: Two MS. Pieces (Sargentich), 5.24
  • Locke and Filmer; Was Laslett So Wrong After All? (Kelly), 8.77
  • Locke and Gilles de Launay (Milton), 23.115
  • Locke and Glanvill: A Comparison (Talmor), 9.101
  • Locke and Hume Contrasted (Malpas), 22.71
  • Locke and the Immutability of Truth (Odegard), 6.55
  • Locke and 'Natural Kinds' (Wolfram), 18.75
  • Locke and Personal Identity--Again (Flew), 10.33
  • Locke and the Preface Paradox (Odegard), 25.29
  • Locke and Sensory Experience--Another Look at Simple Ideas of Sensation (Hall), 18.11
  • Locke and the Signification of Words (Odegard), 1.11
  • Locke as Author of Anatomia and De Arte Medica, (Meynell), 25.65
  • The Locke Correspondence: progress report (de Beer), 2.5
  • Locke: From Utrecht to Rotterdam 1686-7 (de Beer), 5.32
  • Locke, Innate Ideas and the Ethics of Belief (Moyal), 10.97
  • Locke, Malebranche and the Representative Theory (Matthews), 2.12
  • Locke on Certainty and Probability (Odegard), 11.77
  • Locke on Disagreement over the Use of Moral and Political Terms (Mason), 20.63
  • Locke on 'How Bodies Produce Ideas in Us' (Pavkovi), 14.9.
  • Locke on Knowledge and Trifling Propositions (de Almeida), 22.31
  • Locke on Majority-Rule and the Legislative (Tassi), 4.31
  • Locke on the Making of Complex Ideas (Losonsky), 20.35
  • Locke on Memory (Wieand), 11.63
  • Locke on the Names of Substances (Troyer), 6.27
  • Locke on Natural Kinds as the 'Workmanship of the Understanding' (Mattern), 17.45
  • Locke on Personal Identity: A Criticism of One Interpretation (Cicovacki), 22.57
  • Locke on Persons: A Reply to Professor Flew (Matthews), 12.11
  • Locke on Reason, Probable Reasoning, and Opinion (Owen), 24.35
  • Locke on Substance Ideas and the Determination of Kinds: A Reply to Mattern (Bolton), 19.17
  • Locke on Television (Goldie), 25.125
  • Locke's Adversaria (Milton), 18.63
  • Locke's Aesop's Fables (Horwitz & Finn), 6.71
  • Locke's Arguments for the Resemblance Thesis Revisited (Heyd), 25.13
  • Locke's Assessment of the Introduction of Money: An Objection to James Tully's View of--'The Unnatural Desire for More than one Needs' (Kopton), 25.75
  • Locke's Antagonist, Jonas Proast (Vernon), 24.95
  • Locke's Challenge to Innate Practical Principles Revisited (O'Connor), 25.41
  • Locke's Conditions for Personal Identity (Helm), 10.43
  • Locke's Early Political Reading (Milton), 24.81
  • Locke's First Reply to John Norris (Acworth), 2.7
  • Locke's Identity Meaning of Ownership (Zack), 23.105
  • Locke's Language of Proper Names (Englebretsen), 4.25
  • Locke's Library, Books from (Schankula), 7.121
  • Locke's Medical Notebook, 'Adversaria 3' (Meynell), 25.85
  • Locke's Mental Atomism and the Classification of Ideas (Stewart) I, 10.53; II, 11.25
  • Locke's Metallurgical Term (Hall), 2.11
  • Locke's Negative Hedonism (Kraus), 15.43
  • Locke's 'Observations' on Boyle (Stewart), 24.21
  • Locke's Own (Mautner), 22.73
  • Locke's Political Sympathies: Some Unnoticed Evidence (Pringle), 21.135
  • Locke's Professional Contacts with Robert Boyle (Stewart), 12.19
  • Locke's Real Ideas, and Dr Woolhouse (Helm), 15.35
  • Locke's Simple Ideas, The Blooming, Buzzing Confusion, and Quasi-Photographic Perception, (Heyd) 20.17
  • 'Locke's System of Classical Instruction' [1827-] (Stray), 22.115
  • Locke's Translations from Nicole's Essais: The Real First Edition (Ayers), 11.101
  • Locke's Travels in France: Additions and Corrections (Lough), 7.115
  • Locke's Trifling-Instructive Distinction--A Reply (Wolfram), 11.89
  • Locke's View of Essence and its Relation to Racism: A Reply to Professor Bracken (Squadrito), 6.41
  • Locke's Works, The Forthcoming Critical Edition of (Nidditch), 5.9
  • Majority-Rule and the Legislative, Locke on (Tassi), 4.31
  • Malebranche, Locke, and the Representative Theory (Matthews), 2.12
  • Manservant as Amanuensis: Sylvester Brounower (Milton), 25.79
  • The Marriage of John Locke's 'Wife', Elizabeth Clarke (Clarke), 22.93
  • Meaning, Particles and Ideas in Locke's Theory of (Berman), l5.15
  • A Mechanical Philosopher, Locke? (Duncan), 16.11
  • Medical Notebook, Locke's, 'Adversaria 3' (Meynell), 25.85
  • Memory, Locke on (Wieand), 11.63
  • Metallurgical Term, Locke's (Hall), 2.11
  • Monmouth, Who Gave Money to? Rounding Up the Suspects (Pringle), 23.131
  • More Faults in Fraser (Hall), 6.91
  • More Omissions from Christophersen (Hall), 6.23
  • 'Mr Locks Play Things' (Meyer), 4.38
  • MS. Pieces, Two (Locke and Ethical Theory) (Sargentich), 5.24
  • The Names of Substances, Locke on (Troyer), 6.27
  • Natural Kinds as the 'Workmanship of the Understanding', Locke on (Mattern), 17.45
  • 'Natural Kinds', Locke and (Wolfram), 18.75
  • The New 'Everyman' Edition of Locke's Two Treatises (Goldie), 25.87
  • A New Index to Christophersen's Bibliographical Introduction to the Study of John Locke (Attig), 16.53
  • New Words and Uses, John Locke's (Hall), 7.11
  • Nicole's Essais, Locke's Translations from: The Real First Edition (Ayers), 11.101
  • Nicole's Essais de Morale, A Note on the Manuscript of Locke's Translation of (Yolton), 11.104
  • Norris, John, Locke's First Reply to (Acworth), 2.7
  • Note on the Authorship of an Ethical Fragment in the Memorandum Book of John Locke Senior (Driscoll), 11.109
  • A Note on Locke and Filmer (Olivecrona), 7.83
  • A Note on the Manuscript of Locke's Translation of Nicole's Essais de Morale (Yolton), 11.104
  • Of Particles (Gallie), 16.23
  • Omissions from Christophersen (Hall), 5.18
  • On Dating Chapter XVI of the Second Treatise of Government (Thompson), 7.95
  • On the Mistake of Identifying Locke's Trifling-Instructive Distinction with the Analytic-Synthetic Distinction (Wolfram), 9.27
  • On Recovering the Original of the Second Treatise (Hinton), 8.69
  • On a Supposed Inconsistency in Locke's Account of Personal Identity (Thomas), 10.13
  • Own, Locke's (Mautner), 22.73
  • Ownership, Locke's Identity Meaning of (Zack), 23.105
  • Ownership, Self- (Day), 20.77
  • Particles and Ideas in Locke's Theory of Meaning (Berman), l5.15
  • Particles, Of (Gallie), 16.23
  • A Person, Descartes and Locke on the Concept of (Matthews), 8.9
  • Personal Identity, John Locke's Puzzle Cases about (Helm), 8.53
  • Personal Identity, Locke and--Again (Flew), 10.33
  • Personal Identity, Locke on: A Criticism of One Interpretation (Cicovacki), 22.57
  • Personal Identity, Locke's Conditions for (Helm), 10.43
  • Personal Identity and Moral Responsibility (Mendus), 9.75
  • Personal Identity, the Solution of the Problem of, via Locke, Butler and Hume (Ward), 25.53
  • Personal Identity, On a Supposed Inconsistency in Locke's Account of (Thomas), 10.13
  • Persons, Locke on: A Reply to Professor Flew (Matthews), 12.11
  • The Philosophical Rhetoric of Locke's Essay (Clark), 17.93
  • Philosophy, The Centre-Point of Locke's: An Outline (Brandt), 14.27
  • The Place of Reason in Locke's Essay(Hall), 23.11
  • Plan of a Concordance-Index to Locke's Essay (Nidditch), 13.57
  • 'Play Things, Mr Locks' (Meyer), 4.38
  • Political Obligation and the Strict Settlement (Reeve), 13.47
  • Political Reading, Locke's Early (Milton), 24.81
  • The Preface Paradox, Locke and (Odegard), 25.29
  • A Primary Quality, Does Locke Think Hardness is? (Sanford), 1.17
  • Proast, Jonas, Locke's Antagonist (Vernon), 24.95
  • Probable Reasoning, Reason, and Opinion, Locke on (Owen), 24.35
  • Problems from Locke: Some Answers and Explanations (Mackie), 9.87
  • Professor Richard I. Aaron (Rogers), 20.11
  • Proper Names, Locke's Language of (Englebretsen), 4.25
  • Queries, 3.31, 4.43, 5.76, 6.89, 7.101, 11.76, 12.60, 15.64; 22.123 See also Replies
  • Rand's Edition of Draft B of the Essay (Nidditch), 12.65
  • Real Essences (Danaher), 23.83
  • Real Essences in Particular (Phemister), 21.27
  • Real Essences, Woolhouse on: A Reply (Barger), 9.95
  • Real Ideas, Helm, and Locke on (Woolhouse), 14.35
  • Real Ideas, Locke's, and Dr Woolhouse (Helm), 15.35
  • Reason in Locke's Essay, The Place of (Hall), 23.11
  • Reason, Probable Reasoning, and Opinion, Locke on (Owen), 24.35
  • The Reasonableness in the Historical Light of the Essay (Kato), 12.45
  • Recent Publications on Locke (Hall), 1.1, 2.2, 3.2, 4.2, 5.3, 6.3, 7.3, 8.3, 9.3, 10.3, 11.3, 12.3, 13.3, 14.3, 15.3, 16.3, 18.3, 19.3, 20.3, 21.3, 22.3, 23.3, 24.3, 25.3
  • Recent Reviews of Books on Locke (Hall), 6.10, 9.8, 10.11, 11.8, 22.17
  • Reflection, Reflexion, and Introspection (Rabb), 8.35
  • Relation, Are Locke's Ideas of ... Complex? (Rabb), 5.41
  • Remnant and Bennett's 'New Essays': A Reply (Ross), 14.59
  • Replies [to Queries], 4.44, 5.78, 7.103, 8.92, 15.65, 16.79, 18.104
  • Reply to Waldron and Baldwin (Tully), 13.35
  • The Representative Theory, Locke, Malebranche and (Matthews), 2.12
  • The Resemblance Thesis, Locke's Arguments for, Revisited (Heyd), 25.13
  • The 'Right' and the 'Good' in Locke's Writings (Moulds), 3.17
  • Rysbrack's Marble Bust of John Locke (Roberts), 12.61
  • The Same Self (Gallie), 18.45
  • The Scholastic Background to Locke's Thought (Milton), l5.25
  • The Second Treatise, On Recovering the Original of (Hinton), 8.69
  • The Second Treatise of Government, An Insertion in Para. 25 of? (Olivecrona), 6.63
  • The Second Treatise of Government, On Dating Chapter XVI of (Thompson), 7.95
  • Self, The Same (Gallie), 18.45
  • Self-Ownership (Day), 20.77
  • Sensory Experience, Locke and--Another Look at Simple Ideas of Sensation (Hall), 18.11
  • The Signification of Words, Locke and (Odegard), 1.11
  • Simple Ideas in Locke, The Adequacy of--A Rehabilitation of Berkeley's Criticisms (Bermúdez), 23.25
  • Simple Ideas, Locke's, The Blooming, Buzzing Confusion, and QuasiPhotographic Perception, (Heyd) 20.17
  • Simple Ideas of Sensation, Another Look at (Locke and Sensory Experience) (Hall), 18.11
  • The Solution of the Problem of Personal Identity via Locke, Butler and Hume (Ward), 25.53
  • Some Eighteenth-Century Supplements to the Yolton and Attig Bibliographies (Ward), 24.107
  • Some Errata in Fraser's Text of the Essay (Hall), 4.46
  • Some Nineteenth-Century Additions to Christophersen (Kemerling), 11.9
  • Some Remarks on Locke's Account of Knowledge (Woozley), 3.7
  • Some Uses of Imagination in the British Empiricists: A Preliminary Investigation of Locke, As Contrasted with Hume (Hall), 20.47
  • Spirit, The Concept of, in Locke's Essay (Hall), 17.37
  • Substance Ideas and the Determination of Kinds, Locke on: A Reply to Mattern (Bolton), 19.17
  • Television, Locke on (Goldie), 25.125
  • Tertiary Qualities in Locke's Essay (Goodin), 23.59
  • Trifling-Instructive Distinction, Locke's, On the Mistake of Identifying ... with the Analytic-Synthetic distinction, (Wolfram), 9.27
  • Trifling-Instructive Distinction, Locke's--A Reply (Wolfram), 11.89
  • Tully, Locke, and Land (Baldwin), 13.21
  • 'The Turfs my Servant has cut' (Waldron), 13.9
  • Two Communications from the Locke Editorial Board (Obituary of P. H. Nidditch, and Report on the Clarendon Project), l5.9
  • Two Notes on Burridge (Nidditch), 4.41
  • Two Notions of Consent in Locke's Second Treatise (Tassi), 3.26
  • Two Questions Concerning Locke's Ideas of Pleasure and Pain (Rabb), 7.41
  • The Two Treatises, A Critique of Laslett's Treatment of (Shimokawa), 16.35
  • Two Treatises, Locke's, the New 'Everyman' Edition of (Goldie), 25.87
  • 'The Unnatural Desire for More than one Needs': An Objection to James Tully's View of Locke's Assessment of the Introduction of Money (Kopton), 25.75
  • Waldron and Baldwin, A Reply to (Tully), 13.35
  • Wall, George, and George Walls, John Locke: A Problem of Identity (Milton), 22.81
  • Who Gave Money to Monmouth? Rounding Up the Suspects (Pringle), 23.131
  • Woolhouse on Real Essences: A Reply (Barger), 9.95
  • Words and Uses, John Locke's New (Hall), 7.11
  • The Works of John Locke, The Clarendon Edition of (Nidditch), 9.15
  • The Yolton and Attig Bibliographies, Some Eighteenth-Century Supplements to (Ward), 24.107
  • The Yolton Edition, Corrigenda to (Hall), 6.96
  • The Yolton Edition, Corrigenda to (Yolton), 1.29, 3.32
  • Yolton's Edition of Locke's Essay, Corrigenda to (Nidditch), I: Volume One, 2.21; II: Volume Two, 3.34
  • Yolton's Edition, Vols I and II, Further Corrigenda to (Woozley), 2.29, 3.39

     Book Reviews
  • Aaron, R. I. John Locke, ed. 3 (R. S. Woolhouse), 2.31
  • Acworth, R. The Philosophy of John Norris of Bemerton (1657-1712) (G. M. Ross), 12.102
  • Alexander, P. Ideas, Qualities and Corpuscles: Locke and Boyle on the External World (M. A. Stewart), 17.105
  • Ayers, M. Locke (J. R. Milton), 24.115
  • Barger, B. (ed.) Robert Boyle, Origin of Forms and Qualities (The Theorical Part) (R. S. Woolhouse), 8.129
  • Barger, B. Locke on Substance (R. S. Woolhouse), 8.120
  • Bennett, J. Locke, Berkeley, Hume: Central Themes (R. S. Woolhouse), 2.33
  • Brandt, R. John Locke: Symposium Wolfenbüttel, 1979 (P. Helm), 13.71
  • Brown, S. (ed.) Nicolas Malebranche: His philosophical critics and successors (J. Cottingham), 25.120
  • Colman, J. John Locke's Moral Philosophy (J. D. Mabbott), 15.69
  • Duchesneau, F. L'Empirisme de Locke (H. E. Matthews), 5.80
  • Dunn, J. Locke (J. W. Yolton), 16.85
  • Fagiani, F. Nel Crepuscolo della probabilità: Ragione ed esperienza nella filosofia sociale di John Locke (J. Dunn), 16.96
  • Franklin, J. H. John Locke and the Theory of Sovereignty (R. F. Atkinson), 10.129
  • Grant, R. W. John Locke's Liberalism (I. Harris), 19.100
  • Grave, S. A. Locke and Burnet (R. S. Woolhouse), 14.79
  • Hahn, J. Der Begriff des 'property' bei John Locke. Zu den Grundlagen seiner politischen Philosophie (R. Brandt), 16.100
  • Hall, R. & Woolhouse, R. 80 Years of Locke Scholarship: A Bibliographical Guide (M. A. Stewart), 15.107
  • Harrison, J. & Laslett, P. The Library of John Locke, new edition (E. S. de Beer), 3.61
  • Hauser, C. Selbstbewusstsein und personale Identität: Positionen und Aporien ihrer vorkantischen Geschichte: Locke, Leibniz, Hume und Tetens (T. S. Champlin), 25.106
  • Horwitz, R. H. et al. John Locke, Questions concerning the Law of Nature (M. A. Stewart), 23.145
  • Jenkins, J. J. Understanding Locke: An Introduction to Philosophy through John Locke's Essay (I. Tipton), 15.81
  • Jolley, N. Leibniz and Locke: A Study of the New Essays on Human Understanding (R. S. Woolhouse), 16.105
  • Kelly, P. H. (ed.) Locke on Money (The Clarendon Edition of the Works of John Locke) 2 vols (D. W. Jones), 24.143
  • Kitromilides, P. M. (ed. & transl. into Greek) John Locke, The Second Treatise of Government (M. Parha), 24.147
  • Krüger, L. Der Begriff des Empirismus. Erkenntnistheoretische Studien am Beispiel John Lockes (G. M. Ross), 7.141
  • Mabbott, J. D. John Locke (R. Aaron), 4.51
  • Mackie, J. L. Problems from Locke (R. S. Woolhouse), 8.93
  • Marshall, J. John Locke: Resistance, Religion and Responsibility (J. Champion), 25.110
  • Montuori, M. John Locke on Toleration and the Unity of God (J. G. Anglim), 16.103
  • Nidditch, P. H. John Locke: An Essay concerning Human Understanding (J. V. Price), 7.125
  • Nidditch, P. H. & Rogers, G. A. J. (edd.) John Locke, Drafts for the Essay Concerning Human Understanding, and Other Philosophical Writings Vol. 1 (J. R. Milton), 22.125
  • Puster, R. W. Britische Gassendi-Rezeption am Beispiel John Lockes (T. S. Champlin), 23.175
  • Rabb, J. D. John Locke on Reflection: A phenomenology lost (R. D. Gallie), 19.91
  • Remnant, P. & Bennett, J. (edd. & transl.) G. W. Leibniz: New Essays on Human Understanding. (G. M. Ross), 12.116
  • Schouls, P. A. The Imposition of Method: A Study of Descartes and Locke (R. S. Woolhouse), 12.95
  • Simms, J. G. William Molyneux of Dublin (K. H. D. Haley), 15.104
  • Spitz, J.-F. John Locke: Lettre sur la tolérance, etc. (C. Fabre), 25.101
  • Spitz, J.-F. & Lazzeri, C. John Locke: Le second traité du gouvernement (C. Fabre), 25.95
  • Squadrito, K. M. Locke's Theory of Sensitive Knowledge (R. S. Woolhouse), 10.133
  • Stewart, M. A. Selected Philosophical Papers of Robert Boyle (R. S. Woolhouse), 11.111
  • Talmor, S. Glanvill: The Uses and Abuses of Scepticism (G. Scarre), 14.86
  • Thiel, U. Lockes theorie der personalen Identität (H. E. Matthews), l5.97
  • Tipton, I. Locke: Reason and Experience (J. J. Jenkins), 15.77
  • Tully, J. A Discourse on Property: John Locke and His Adversaries (G. Parry), 12.108
  • Vienne, J.-M. Expérience et raison: Les fondemonts de la morale selon Locke (M. B. Bolton), 23.167
  • Woolhouse, R. S. Locke's Philosophy of Science and Knowledge (W. von Leyden), 3.41
  • Woolhouse, R. S. Locke (G. A. J. Rogers), 15.88
  • Yolton, J. W. Locke and the Compass of Human Understanding. (G. A. J. Rogers), 3.48
  • Yolton, J. W. A Locke Dictionary (P. Phemister), 25.89
  • Yolton, J. W. The Locke Reader: Selections from the Works of John Locke (H. E. Matthews), 8.131

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