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Locke Studies goes online

Locke Studies makes Vols 14–16 freely accessible online

We are pleased to announce that Vols 8, 9 and 14–16 of Locke Studies are now freely available on the Locke Studies website<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/XhIpCD1jy9tMoolwflPWVy?domain=thejohnlockesociety.us15.list-manage.com>. The editorial team of the journal will continue to add back issues to the website as quickly as they are able to prepare them. Eventually the entire series of Locke Studies and The Locke Newsletter will be digitized and freely available. Hyperlinks to each article will be added to the entries in the Locke Bibliography<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/xX-0CE8kz9tnll5OiQruGS?domain=thejohnlockesociety.us15.list-manage.com> as they are published online.

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2017 Issue of Locke Studies
The table of contents is available via the website, but the PDFs of the articles will not be made available until Jan 2019. Beginning with the 2018 issue, all new content will be open access immediately upon publication. Here is the table of contents for the 2017 issue of Locke Studies:

Recent Publications, pp. 5–38
JOHN C. ATTIG

Locke’s Orthography and the Dating of his Writings, pp. 39–47
J. R. MILTON

A Puzzle in the Print History of Locke’s Essay, pp. 49–60
PATRICK J. CONNOLLY

Locke’s Ontology of Relations, pp. 61–86
SAMUEL C. RICKLESS

Locke on Individuation and Kinds, pp. 87–116
JOSEPH STENBERG

Toland and Locke in the Leibniz-Burnett Correspondence, pp. 117–141
STEWART DUNCAN

Shaftesbury, Locke, and their Revolutionary Letter?, pp. 143–171
D. N. DELUNA

Locke and Hate Speech Law: A Critical Review, pp. 173–196
J. K. NUMAO

Locke’s Political Theology and the ‘Second Treatise’, pp. 197–232
JOANNE TETLOW

Locke and the Churchill Catalogue Revisited, pp. 233–241
JOHN SAMUEL HARPHAM

2 thoughts on “Locke Studies goes online

  1. Well done. I look forward to whatever will be published anout ‘Spinoza as Locke’s epistemological and theological source’.

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