I. JOHN LOCKE
Epistola de Tolerantia ad clarissimum virum T. A. R. P. T. O. L. A. [i.e., theologiae apud Remonstrantes professorem, tyrannidis osorem, Limburgium Amstelodamensem] scripta a P. A. P. O. J. L. A. [i.e., pacis amico, persecutionis osore, Joanne Lockio Anglo]. Tergou, 1689. Translated into English by Popple, William, 1689.
Two Treatises of Government. In the former, the false Principles and Foundation of Sir Robert Filmer and his Followers are Detected and Overthrown. The Latter is an Essay concerning the True Original, Extent, and End of Civil Government. 1690. French trans. 1795; German trans. 1718; Italian trans. 1778.
An Essay concerning Humane Understanding. 1690. French trans. 1700; Latin trans. 1701; Dutch trans. 1736; German trans. 1757.
A second Letter concerning Toleration. 1690.
Some Considerations of The Consequences of the Lowering of Interest, and Raising the Value of Money. 1691.
A Third Letter for Toleration. 1692.
Some Thoughts concerning Education. 1693. French trans. 1695; German trans. 1729; Italian trans. 1782.
Further Considerations concerning Raising the Value of Money. 1695.
The Reasonableness of Christianity as delivered in the Scriptures. 1695. French trans. 1740; Dutch trans. 1729; German trans. 1733.
A Vindication of The Reasonableness of Christianity,
from Mr. Edwardss Reflections. 1695.
A Second Vindication of the Reasonableness of Christianity. 1697.
A Letter to the Right Reverend Edward Ld. Bishop of Worcester, concerning Some Passages relating to Mr. Lockes Essay of Humane Understanding: in a late Discourse of his Lordships in Vindication of the Trinity. 1697.
Mr. Lockes Reply to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcesters Answer to his Letter. 1697.
Mr. Lockes Reply to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcesters Answer to his Second Letter. 1699.
A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistle of St. Paul to the Galatians, etc. 1705.
Posthumous Works. 1706.
Some Familiar Letters between Mr. Locke and several of his friends. 1708.
A Collection of Several Pieces of Mr. John Locke, published by M. Des Maizeaux under the direction of Mr. Anthony Collins. 1720.
Original Letters of Locke, Algernon Sidney, and Lord Shaftesbury. By Forster, T. 1830, 1847.
Collected Editions of Lockes Works
In three vols. folio, 1714 etc.; in four vols. quarto, 1768 etc.; in nine vols. octavo, 1791; in ten vols. 1801, 1812, 1823.
The Philosophical Works. Ed. St. John, J. A. 1843, 1854.
Editions of separate Works
Essay concerning Human Understanding. By Fraser, A. C. Oxford, 1894.
Of the Conduct of the Understanding. By Fowler, T. Oxford, 1881.
Some Thoughts concerning Education. By Quick, R. H. Cambridge, 1880.
Selected Works on Lockes Life and Philosophy
Alexander, S. Locke. (Philosophies Ancient and Modern.) 1908.
Baumann, J. J. Lehren von Raum, Zeit und Mathematik, vol. 1, pp. 357472. Berlin, 1868.
Bourne, H. R. Fox. Life of John Locke. 1876.
Brown, John. Locke and Sydenham. Horae Subsecivae. 1858.
Coste, Pierre. Éloge de M. Locke, Nouvelles de la République des Lettres, February, 1705.
Ferrari, M. Locke e il sensismo francese. Milan, 1900.
Fischer, P. Die Religionsphilosophie des John Locke. Erlangen, 1893.
Fowler, T. Locke. (English Men of Letters.) 1880.
Fraser, A. C. Locke. (Blackwoods Philosophical Classics.) 1890.
Prolegomena to his edition of Lockes Essay. Oxford, 1894.
Green, T. H. Introduction to Humes Treatise, 1874, &sec;&sec; 1154. Works, vol. 1. 1885.
Principles of Political Obligation, &sec;&sec; 5163. Works, vol. II. 1886.
Hertling, Freiherr G. von. Locke und die Schule von Cambridge. Freiburg i/B., 1892.
King, Lord. Life and Letters of John Locke. 1829.
Le Clerc, J. Bibliothèque Choisie. 1716.
Leibniz, G. W. von. Nouveaux Essais sur lentendement humain. First published in uvres Philosophiques, publiées par Raspe, R. E. 1765.
Pollock, Sir F. Lockes Theory of the State. Proc. of the British Academy, 1904.
Sommer, R. Lockes Verhältniss zu Descartes. 1887.
Stephen, Sir James Fitzjames. Horae Sabbaticae. 2nd ser. 1892. [Essays 710 on Locke.]
Webb, T. E. The Intellectualism of Locke. 1858.
II. OTHER PHILOSOPHICAL WRITERS
Discourse on the True Knowledge of Jesus Christ. 1697.
Consideration of the Objections to the Essay on the Human Understanding. 1699.
A Collection of Tracts publishd in vindication of Mr. Lockes Reasonableness of Christianity. 1706.
Psychologia; or an account of the nature of the rational soul. 1703.
Telluris theoria sacra. 16819.
Remarks upon an Essay concerning Humane Understanding. 1697.
Second Remarks upon an Essay, etc. 1697.
Third Remarks upon an Essay, etc. 1699.
Taγaθo[char], or Divine Goodness explicated and vindicated. 1672.
Causa Dei; or, an Apology for God. 1675.
Organum vetus et novum; or, a Discourse of Reason, and Truth. 1678.
An Essay upon Reason, and the Nature of Spirits. 1694.
Of the Soul of the World, and of Particular Souls. 1699.
Cf. Lyon, G., LIdéalisme en Angleterre au XVIIIe siècle, 1888, pp. 7296; Cassirer, E., Das Erkenntnisproblem, 1906, vol. 1, pp. 464473.
A Dissertation upon the tenth chapter of the Fourth Book of Mr. Lockes Essay concerning Humane Understanding; wherein that authors endeavours to establish Spinozas atheistical hypothesis
are discoverd and confuted. 1706.
Sir Josiah Child
A New Discourse of Trade. 1665, 1668, 1670, 1690, 1693.
Catherine Cockburn (née Trotter)
A Defence of the Essay of Human Understanding. 1702. [In answer to Burnet.]
Remarks upon some writers in the controversy concerning the foundations of moral duty. 1743.
Remarks upon the Principles of Dr. Rutherfords essay
in vindication of the contrary principles
of the late Dr. Samuel Clarke. 1747.
A Vindication of Mr. Lockes Christian Principles from the Injurious Imputations of Dr. Holdsworth. 1751. [In posthumous Works.]
An Essay upon Ways and Means of Supplying the War. 1695.
An Essay on the East India Trade. 1697.
Discourses on the Public Revenues and of the Trade of England. 1698.
An Essay upon the Probable Methods of Making the People Gainers in the Balance of Trade. 1699.
A Discourse upon Grants and Resumptions. 1700.
Essays upon the Ballance of Power. 1701.
The True Picture of a Modern Whig. 17012.
A Demonstration of the Existence and Providence of God. 1690.
Some Thoughts concerning the several Causes and Occasions of Atheism,
with some brief Reflections on Socinianism and on a late Book entituled the Reasonableness of Christianity. 1695.
The Socinian Creed. 1697.
A Brief Vindication of the Fundamental Articles of The Christian Faith
from Mr. Locks Reflections. 1697.
Tractatus de Natura Substantiae energetica, seu de vita naturae ejusque tribus primis facultatibus. 1672.
Natural and Political Observations Mentioned in a following Index, and made upon the Bills of Mortality. 1662. 5th ed. 1676. [Sometimes ascribed to Petty; cp. Halls Economic Writings of Sir W. Petty, 1889, vol. II.]
The Existence of Human Soul after Death proved
Wherein Mr. Lockes notion that understanding may be given to matter,
and all other such
Examination of Dr. Burnets Theory of the Earth. 1695.
Introductio ad veram physicam. 1701.
De Origine Mali. Dublin and London, 1702. Eng. trans. by Law, Edmund. 1729.
A Key to Divinity, or a Philosophical Essay on Free Will. 1715.
Anti-scepticism; or, notes upon each chapter of Locks Essay. 1702.
A Discourse concerning the Nature of Man. 1694.
Moral Essays wherein some of Mr. Locks and Monsir Malbranchs opinions are briefly examind. 1699.
A Report containing an Essay for the amendment of the Silver Coins. 1695.
A further Essay for the amendment of the Gold and Silver Coins. 1695.
An account of Mr. Locks religion, out of his own writings, and in his own words. 1700.
Dioptrica Nova. 1692.
A memorial of the life of W. Molyneux; an autobiography. [Published in An account of the family, etc., by Molyneux, Sir Capel, Evesham, 1820.]
A Collection of Miscellanies. 1687.
The Theory and Regulation of Love, a Moral Essay, to which are added Letters Philosophical and Moral between the Author and Dr. Henry More. 1688.
to which is added Reflections upon a late Essay concerning the Human Understanding. 1690.
Letters concerning the Love of God. 1695.
An Account of Reason and Faith in relation to the Mysteries of Christianity. 1697.
An Essay towards the Theory of the Ideal or Intelligible World, designd for two parts. 17014.
A Philosophical Discourse concerning the Natural Immortality of the Soul. 1708.
Cf. Lyon, G., LIdéalisme en Angleterre, Paris, 1888; Mackinnon, F. I., The Philosophy of John Norris of Bemerton, Baltimore, 1910.
Sir Dudley North
Discourses upon Trade. 1691.
Considerations upon the East India Trade. 1701.
A Discourse of Ecclesiastical Politie, wherein the authority of the Civil Magistrate over the Consciences of Subjects in matters of external religion, is asserted; the mischiefs and inconveniences of Toleration are reprobated, and all pretences pleaded on behalf of Liberty of Conscience are fully answered. 1670.
Owen, John. Truth and Innocence Vindicated. 1670. [A reply to the above.]
A Vindication of Mr. Locke. 1736.
A Second Vindication of Mr. Locke. 1738.
Some Enquiries chiefly relating to Spiritual Beings, in which the opinions of Mr. Hobbes
are taken notice of. 1740.
Sir William Petty
Reflections upon some Persons and Things in Ireland. 1660.
A treatise of Taxes and Contributions. 1662, 1667, 1679, 1685.
Sir William Pettys Quantulumcunque concerning Money. 1682, 1695.
An Essay Concerning the Multiplication of Mankind; Together with another Essay in Political Arithmetick, Concerning the Growth of the City of London. 1682.
The fourth part of the Present State of England. 1683.
Observations upon the Dublin Bills of mortality. 1683.
Five Essays in Political Arithmetick [in French and English]. 1687. German trans. of the first, second, fourth and fifth essays, entitled Handgreiffliche Demonstration, etc., Dantzig, 1693, 1724.
Political Arithmetick. 1690. [Written 167176(?).]
The Political Anatomy of Ireland. 1691.
The Economic Writings of Sir William Petty. Ed. Hall, C. H. 2 vols. Cambridge, 1899.
Fitzmaurice, Lord, Life of Sir W. Petty, 1895.
The Argument of the Letter concerning Toleration considerd and answerd. 1690.
A Third Letter concerning Toleration. 1691.
The Method to Science. 1696.
Solid Philosophy asserted, against the fancies of the Ideists, with Reflexions on Mr. Lockes Essay concerning Human Understanding. 1697.
Transnatural Philosophy, or Metaphysicks. 1700.
Discourse of the Immortality of the Soul. 1705.
Discourse in Vindication of the Doctrine of the Trinity. 1696.
The Bishop of Worcesters Answer to Mr. Lockes Letter. 1697.
The Bishop of Worcesters Answer to Mr. Lockes Second Letter. 1698.
The Two Covenants of God with mankind, or the Divine Justice and Mercy explained and vindicated in an Essay designed to show the use and advantages of some of Mr. Malebranchs Principles, in the theories of Providence and grace, which for want of them have been too commonly misinterpreted and ill understood. 1704.
Sir Richard Temple
An Essay upon Taxes, calculated for the present juncture of affairs in England. 1693.
Some Short Remarks upon Mr. Locks book, in answer to Mr. Lounds. 1696.
An Essay towards a real Character and a Philosophical Language. 1668.
On the Principles and Duties of Natural Religion. 1678.
An Abridgement of Lockes Essay concerning Humane Understanding. 1696.