1694

Contents:

Weather diary

Ethica (early?)

Anima (early?)

Homo ante et post lapsum (early?)

Voluntas (early?)

“By this learned art …” (unknown)

“We cannot but thinke …” (unknown)

Understanding 2d Ed. Copys (May?)

Copys 94 (May?)

Anima (fall?)

Enthusiasm (fall?)

Method (fall?)

Libertie (9 September)

Connection of ideas (fall?)

Perhaps it will be said … (fall?)

Printing 94 (December?)

Adversaria theologica 94 (December?)

The Clubb (unknown)

Idolatria (unknown)

Lingua (unknown)

Recherche (unknown)

Religio (unknown)

Voluntas (unknown)

Colica (unknown)

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Weather diary

See   description under 1666.

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Ethica   [early 1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, f. 113r.

Description:   Notes in Locke’s hand, with the caption “Ethica” and initialed “JL”. Although it occurs on a sheet dated 1693, it probably dates from early 1694 as the sheet contains notes on books published in that year. Goldie give the piece the title “Ethica B” to distinguish it from a piece with the same title dating from 1692.

Publications:

  1. The political thought of John Locke : an historical account of the argument of the Two treatises of government / John Dunn. – Cambridge : University Press, 1969. – p. 192.
  2. Political essays / Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997. – p. 319-320.
  3. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006-  . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  4. Of the conduct of the understanding and other writings on philosophy, 1690–1704 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman and J. C. Walmsley. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, in preparation. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/12]

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Anima   [early 1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, f. 113r.

Description:   Notes in Locke’s hand, with the caption “Anima” and initialed “JL”. As with the previous entry, it probably dates from early 1694.

Publications:

  1. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006-  . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  2. Of the conduct of the understanding and other writings on philosophy, 1690–1704 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman and J. C. Walmsley. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, in preparation. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/20]

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Homo ante et post lapsum   [early 1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, f. 113v.

Description:   Notes in Locke’s hand, with the caption “Homo ante et post lapsum” and initialed “JL”. As with the previous entries, the piece probably dates from early 1694.

Publications:

  1. Political essays / Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997. – pp. 320-321.
  2. Writings on religion / John Locke ; edited by Victor Nuovo. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2002. – p. 231 [Locke 867+]
  3. Theological manuscripts / John Locke ; edited by Victor Nuovo. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, to be published. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke) [Locke #961]

Discussions:   Goldie, publication #1 above, p. 320; Nuovo, publication #2 above, p. liv.

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Voluntas   [early 1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, f. 114v.

Description:   Notes in Locke’s hand, with the caption “Voluntas” and initialed “JL”. As with the previous entries, it probably dates from early 1694.

Publications:

  1. Essays on the law of nature / John Locke ; … edited by W. von Leyden. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1954. – pp. 72-73. [Locke #944]
  2. Political essays / Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997. – p. 321.
  3. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006-  . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  4. Of the conduct of the understanding and other writings on philosophy, 1690–1704 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman and J. C. Walmsley. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, in preparation. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   Goldie, publication #2 above, p. 321; Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/20]

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“By this learned art …”   [1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, ff. 117r-118r.

Description:   Draft in Locke’s hand of an addition to Book III, chapter 10, section 11 (Organs of Speech) for the 2nd edition of the Essay (1694). The draft begins “By this learned art of abusing words …” Each sheet is divided into two equal columns; the text is written in the left-hand column, with additions and corrections in the right-hand column.

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. 357-358.
  2. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006-  . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  3. Of the conduct of the understanding and other writings on philosophy, 1690–1704 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman and J. C. Walmsley. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, in preparation. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/25]

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“We cannot but thinke …”   [1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, f. 118v-118v.

Description:   Draft in Locke’s hand of an addition to Book III, chapter 10, section 13 for the 2nd edition of the Essay (1694). The draft begins “We cannot but thinke that angels …” The sheet is divided into two equal columns; the text is written in the left-hand column, with additions and corrections in the right-hand column; the text continues on the verso (which is a letter cover containing the address to Locke).

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. 359-360.
  2. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006-  . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  3. Of the conduct of the understanding and other writings on philosophy, 1690–1704 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman and J. C. Walmsley. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, in preparation. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/25]

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Understanding 2d Ed. Copys   [1694 May?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke f. 29, p. 33.

Description:   A list in Locke’s hand of persons to receive presentation copies of the second edition of Locke’s Essay, captioned “94 Understand[ing] 2d Ed. Copys”. The list contains names for 31 copies, in two groups. The bound copies were ready for dispatch at the end of May. There is another version of this list in MS. Locke c. 25, f. 51r (next item).

Publications:

  1. [Note: Yolton, John Locke, a descriptive bibliography (1998), pp. 75-76, made use of MS. Locke f. 29, p. 83, as a distribution list for the 2nd ed. of the Essay; this is in fact two distribution lists, for A third letter for toleration and for Boyle’s General history of the air, respectively; see Goldie, p. 236.]
  2. “Distribution lists for copies of Locke’s books and Boyle’s General history of the air / Mark Goldie. // IN: Locke studies. – 4 (2004):236-237. [List C1]

Discussions:   Goldie, publication #2 above, pp. 236-237.

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Copys 94   [1694 May?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 25, f. 51r.

Description:   A list in Locke’s hand of persons to receive presentation copies of the second edition of Locke’s Essay, captioned “Copys of understanding 94.” The list contains names for 24 copies. The bound copies were ready for dispatch at the end of May. There is another version of this list in MS. Locke f. 29, p. 33 (previous item).

1 sheet, 108 × 71 mm.

Publications:

  1. The correspondence of John Locke / edited by E.S. de Beer. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1976-89. – (Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke) – vol. 8:450-451. [List C]
  2. John Locke, a descriptive bibliography / Jean S. Yolton. – Bristol, England : Thoemmes Press, 1998. – p. 77.

Discussions:   De Beer, “Distribution lists for copies of Locke’s books,” publication #1 above; Yolton, publication #2 above, p. 76-77; Goldie, “Distribution lists for copies of Locke’s books and Boyle’s General history of the air (2004).

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Anima   [fall 1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, ff. 115r.

Description:   A note in Locke’s hand, with the caption “Anima”. It is one of several drafts, possibly of additions to the Essay, one of which is dated 9 October 1694.

Publications:

  1. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006-  . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  2. Of the conduct of the understanding and other writings on philosophy, 1690–1704 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman and J. C. Walmsley. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, in preparation. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/22]

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Enthusiasm   [fall 1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, ff. 115r.

Description:   The caption “Enthusiasm,” in Locke’s hand; the entry is empty, but there are later additions in pencil in a different hand. It is on a paper containing several drafts, possibly of additions to the Essay, one of which is dated 9 October 1694.

Publications:

  1. The life of John Locke : with extracts from his correspondence, journals and common-place books / by Lord King. – London : H. Colburn, 1829. – p. 315.
  2. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006-  . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  3. Drafts for the Essay concerning human understanding, and other philosophical writings. Volume 3 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, forthcoming. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/22]

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Method   [fall 1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, ff. 115r-115v.

Description:   A note in Locke’s hand, with the caption “Method”; there is a marginal insertion in pencil in a different hand. The note is one of several drafts, possibly of additions to the Essay, one of which is dated 9 October 1694.

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. 315-318.
  2. “The way of hypotheses : Locke on method” / by James Farr. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 48 (1987):70-72.
  3. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006-  . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  4. Of the conduct of the understanding and other writings on philosophy, 1690–1704 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman and J. C. Walmsley. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, in preparation. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   Farr (publication #2 above); Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/22]

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Libertie   [September 1694]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, ff. 115v.

Description:   A note in Locke’s hand with the caption “Libertie”; there are marginal additions in pencil in a different hand. The note ends: “Memorandum This writ to Mr Le Clerc. 9o Oct. 94 in answer to his of 12o Aug.” It is one of several drafts, possibly of additions to the Essay.

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. 319-320.
  2. The correspondence of John Locke / edited by E.S. de Beer. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1976-89. – (Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke) – vol. 5:159-160 [LL 1798]
  3. Epistolario / Jean Le Clerc ; a cura di [Maria Grazie e] Mario Sina. – Firenze : Leo S. Olschki editore, 1987-97. – No. 220.
  4. Selected correspondence / John Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie from the Clarendon edition by E.S. de Beer. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2002. – pp. 202-203.
  5. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006-  . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  6. Drafts for the Essay concerning human understanding, and other philosophical writings. Volume 3 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, forthcoming. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   De Beer (publication #2 above), vol. 5:159; Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/22]

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Connection of ideas   [fall 1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, ff. 115v.

Description:   A note in Locke’s hand, with the caption “Connection of ideas”. It is one of several drafts, possibly of additions to the Essay, one of which is dated 9 October 1694.

Publications:

  1. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006-  . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  2. Of the conduct of the understanding and other writings on philosophy, 1690–1704 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman and J. C. Walmsley. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, in preparation. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/22]

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“Perhaps it will be said …”   [fall 1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, f. 116r-116v.

Description:   A note in Locke’s hand with the marginal caption “Book II Chap. XXI” and beginning “Perhaps it will be said …”. Draft in Locke’s hand of an addition to Book II, chapter 21 for the 2nd edition of the Essay (1694). The draft is undated, but is one of several draft additions to the Essay, one of which is dated 9 Oct. 1694. The draft text is to be inserted at the end of §53 of Book II, chapter xxi. In the event, this text was not used in the revised chapter.

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. 354-356.
  2. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006-  . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  3. Of the conduct of the understanding and other writings on philosophy, 1690–1704 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman and J. C. Walmsley. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, in preparation. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/22]

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Printing 94: Criticisms of the Licensing Act of 1662   (1694 December or 1695 January)

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke b. 4, ff. 75-76.
[copy in Public Record Office, 30/24/30/30, ff. 101-102]

Description:   Extracts in Locke’s hand from the Licensing Act of 1662 [14 Car. 2, c. 33], with Locke’s criticisms. This is the first of several documents dealing with the attempt to prevent the renewal of the Licensing Act. On 30 November 1694, the House of Commons appointed a committee to examine expiring acts, including the Licensing Act. The committee recommended on 9 January 1695 that the act be renewed. On 11 February 1695, the Commons rejected the recommendation and called for a new bill. Locke and the College (Edward Clarke and John Freke) were involved in opposing the reinstitution of licensing.

This document is endorsed “Printing 94” which indicates it was written either in December 1694 or January 1695. A copy of the paper, in the hand of Sylvester Brounower, is among the Shaftesbury papers in the Public Record Office.

For further papers relating to this issue, see entries for “Printing 94/5” in the chronological list for 1695.

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. 202-208; London : H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1830. – vol. 1:375-387.
  2. [extracts] The life of John Locke / by H.R. Fox Bourne. – London : H.S. King ; New York : Harper, 1876. – vol. 2:312-315.
  3. The correspondence of John Locke / edited by E.S. de Beer. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1976-89. – vol. 5:785-791 [Appendix, No. 1]
  4. Political essays / Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997. – pp. 330-337.
  5. Literary and historical writings / John Locke ; edited by J. R. Milton, with Richard Yeo, John Spurr and others to be determined. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, in preparation. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)

Discussions:   De Beer, publication #3 above, p. 785; Goldie, publication #4 above, pp. 329-330; R. Astbury, “The renewal of the Licensing Act in 1693 and its lapse in 1695,” The Library 5th series, 33 (1978):296-322.

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Adversaria theologica 94   (1694 December-early 1695)

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 43, pp. 1-46.

Description:   An important set of theological notes, begun at the end of 1694. Locke began by creating an outline of theological topics to be investigated (pages 1-7). After a gap of several blank pages (pages 8-11), he began a set of theological notes, many in the form of antitheses: opposing viewpoints are given on opposite pages – for example, “Triitas” (page 12) and “Non Trinitas” (page 13). Many of the notes consist primarily of lists of relevant scriptural passages, but there are many original comments, marked with Locke’s initials.

The notebook is titled “94 Adversaria theologica” inside the front cover. It is likely that Locke set up the note book around December 1694, when we informed his friend Philippus van Limborch of his intention to devote himself to the study of theology. It is likely that the outline of topics (pages 1-7) was written at this time. There is no direct evidence for the date of the notes, but Nuovo (see Discussion below) believes that it is possible that Locke completed the notes before he began drafting The reasonableness of Christianity early in 1695.

Specific topics include:

pp. 12-13:

Trinitas | Non Trinitas
A list of scriptual passages; printed by King.

p. 14:

Cultus

p. 15:

Propitio Placamen

pp. 26-27:

Christus Deus Supremus | Christus non Deus supremus
A list of scriptural passages; printed by King.

pp. 28-29:

Christus merus homo | Christus non merus homo
A list of scriptural passages.

pp. 30-31:

Spiritus Sanctus Deus | Spiritus Sanctus non Deus
A list of scriptural passages.

pp. 32-33:

Anima humana Immaterialis | Anima humana Materialis
Includes several notes initialed by Locke.

p. 34:

Credenda necessario ad Salutem.

pp. 36-37:

Homo lapsus liber | Homo lapsus no liber
Page 36 initialed by Locke; no notes on page 37.

p. 38:

Adami Hominis Status ante Lapsum

pp. 40-41:

Lex operum Rom III.27 | Lex fidei Rom III.27

pp. 42-43:

Satisfactio Christi Aff: | Satisfactio Christi Neg:

p. 44:

Electio
Initialed by Locke; an “X” in pencil is marked to the left of the text, perhaps indicating that it had been copied elsewhere or otherwise used..

p. 46:

Redemtio & Ransom

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. 295, 336-340. Includes “Electio” (p. 295), “Trinitas | Non Trinitas” (pp. 336-338), and “Christus Deus Supremus | Christus non Deus supremus” (pp. 338-340)
  2. Writings on religion / John Locke ; edited by Victor Nuovo. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2002. – pages 21-33. [Locke 867+]
  3. Theological manuscripts / John Locke ; edited by Victor Nuovo. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, to be published. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke) [Locke #961]

Discussions:   Nuovo, publication #2 above, pages xxix-xxxiii.

T:Electio.

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The Clubb   [1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 32, ff. 31-33 (f. 33v blank).

Description:   A poem of unknown authorship, copied by Sylvester Brounower (?); endorsed by Locke “Verses 93” and “Verses 94”. This poem was published under the title “The pensioners” in Poems on affairs of state from 1640 to this present year 1704 (1704). – vol. 3:330-333; it was published, based on another manuscript, under the title “The Club Men of the House of Commons” in Poems on affairs of state : Augustan satirical verse, 1660-1714. Volume 5, 1688-1697 / edited by William J. Cameron. – New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, 1971. – pp. 429-438 (MS. Locke c. 32 was one of the variants used in this edition).

Publications:

  1. “Absolute, universal, equal and inviolable liberty of conscience : Popple, Locke e il ‘Dry Club’ ” / Luisa Simonutti. // IN: La formazione storica dell’alterità : studi di storia della tolleranza nell’età moderna offerti a A. Rotondò / promossi da Henry Méchoulan, Richard H. Popkin, Giuseppe Ricuperati, Luisa Simonutti. – Firenze : Olschki, 2001. – vol. 2:744-749.

Discussions:   Simonutti, publication #1 above, pp. 727, 744; Cameron, cited above, pp. 429, 590.

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Idolatria   (1694)

Location:   Adversaria 1661, p. 314.

Description:   A note in Locke’s hand, with the marginal caption “Idolatria,” dated [16]94 and initialed by Locke.

Publications:   None

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Lingua   (1694)

Location:   Adversaria 1661, p. 38.

Description:   Two notes in Locke’s hand, with the marginal caption “Lingua,” dated [16]94 and initialed by Locke. Between the notes is a quotation from Bordelon, La belle education (1693) [H&L 388]

Publications:

  1. [omitting the quotation:] The life of John Locke : with extracts from his correspondence, journals and common-place books / by Lord King. – London : H. Colburn, 1829. – pp. 285-286 in the 1864 ed.

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Recherche   [c. 1694?]

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke c. 28, f. 159.

Description:   Notes by Locke on Nicolas Malebranche’s De la recherche de la verité (1674); the notes appear to relate to an English translation, two of which were published in 1694. The heading “Recherche” appears on f. 159r.

The manuscript consists of a single sheet of paper, 219 × 155 mm. The sheet is divided by two vertical folds into three columns. The left column on f. 159r/right column on f. 159v contains references to passages in Malebranche’s text; the middle column on f. 159r and left column on f. 159v contain Locke’s summary of the passage; and the right column on f. 159r and middle column on f. 159v give Locke’s comments.

Publications:

  1. The Digital Locke Project / Dr. Paul Schuurman, project director. – Amsterdam : Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam, 2006- . – Normalized and diplomatic texts available.
  2. Of the conduct of the understanding and other writings on philosophy, 1690–1704 / John Locke ; edited by Paul Schuurman and J. C. Walmsley. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, in preparation. – (The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)
  3. [French translation] “Recherche.” // IN: Examen de la vision en Dieu, et autres notes critiques concernant Malebranche / John Locke ; présentation, traduction et notes par Jean-Michel Vienne. – Paris : Librairie Philosophique Vrin, 2013. – 180 p. – (Bibliothèque des textes philosophiques). – pp. 55-56.

Discussions:   Schuurman, Digital Locke project, text descriptions [viewed 2008/07/27]

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Religio   (1694)

Location:   Adversaria 1661, p. 20.

Description:   A note in Locke’s hand, with the marginal caption “Religio”, dated [16]94 and initialed by Locke.

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. 284; London : H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1830. – vol. 2:81.

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Voluntas   (1694)

Location:   Adversaria 1661, p. 312.

Description:   A note in Locke’s hand, with the marginal caption “Voluntas”, dated [16]94 and initialed by Locke.

Publications:

  1. The life of John Locke : with extracts from his correspondence, journals and common-place books / by Lord King. – London : H. Colburn, 1829. – p. 286 in the 1864 ed.

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Colica   (1694)

Location:   Bodleian Library, MS. Locke d. 9, pp. 275.

Description:   A note in Locke’s hand, with the marginal caption “Colica”. It is dated 1694; it is not intialed by Locke, but arguably written by him.

Publications:   None

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