By T.E. Jessop
Since the 1st visual appeal of this bibliography (1934, Oxford Uni versity Press), which has lengthy been out of print, rather a lot awareness has been paid to Berkeley mere reprint will be inept. in addition to bringing it brand new i've got extra collations of these versions of Berkeley's writings that have been released in his lifetime. In doing so i've got used a kind of description uncomplicated sufficient for somebody to persist with but enough to permit librarians to envision their catalogues and to spot copies during which the titlepage is lacking or mutilated. As sooner than, i've got marked with an asterisk in the course of the bibliography each ebook, version and article that has now not been noticeable by means of me or, in a number of circumstances, through a reliable good friend. My fundamental curiosity now not being bibliographical within the present-day hugely technical experience, yet philosophical, i've got aimed mainly at (a) supplying complex scholars (and their hard-pressed advisers) of Berkeley, or of the themes on which he wrote, with a advisor to the fabrics for study, and (b) showing the variety in time and position, and the course, of the eye which he has attracted. those goals account for the class of the entries less than a number of normal subject-headings and of the philosophical entries below international locations, and for the arranging of the entries in each one part or subsection in chrono logical order, the alphabetical ordering of the authors' names being given within the Index. To facilitate reference and cross-reference each one access is numbered.
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By A. O. Lovejoy in pp. 289f. "of Kant and the English Platonists" in Essays ... ; by Lewis Robinson in "Contributions a l'histoire de l'evolution philos. de Kant", Rev. de meta. et de morale, Paris, 1924, vol. 31, 310; and by C. M. Turbayne in "Kant's refutation of dogmatic idealism", Philos. quarterly, St. Andrews, 1955, vol. 5, 225-44. (lowe all these references, which I have checked, to Dr. H. M. Bracken). , 1717, Supplementa, tom. vi, 244-9. It was repr. in Metaphysical tracts, ed. by Saml.
37 of Harvard Classics series (ed. by C. W. Y. 89  In From Descartes to Kant. Readings in the philosophy cif the Renaissance and Enlightenment, ed. by T. V. Smith & M. Grene. Chicago. Also in the same editors' Philosophers speak for themselves: Berkeley, Bume and Kant, 1957, ibid. 90 1954. Ed. with intro. by C. M. Turbayne. Y. (Library of Liberal Arts). Y. (Dolphin Books, paperbacks). No editorial matter. 92 1961. Selections in Philosophical classics: Bacon to Kant, ed. by Walter Kaufmann.