No. 81
November 18, 2000

Greetings! Selected Readings is compiled and edited by Kevin Berland (C18-L's Dogsbody, Factotum, and Netwallah), with the generous assistance of the Volunteer Fire Brigade, viz., Antoine Capet, Amy Haley, Desmond Hosford, P. Singletree, Giovanna Summerfield, and A.J. Wright, not to mention the Man in the Funny Hat, Professor Cadenza, Mr. Geoffrey Fuzzyblazer, the Chair of the Irony Board, the Operator of the Moderately Elegant Machines, and the Secret Admirer.

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ACADEMIA, THE PROFESSION, &C.

* Damrosch, David. Meetings of the Mind. Princeton University Press, 2000. 232 pp. ISBN 0-691-05055-4 - and see review by John Sutherland, "Tales of the tenured," TLS, 5091 (October 27, 2000): 22 ["a work of literary criticism in fictional form"].

Galston, W.A. "Moral inquiry and liberal education in the American university." Ethics, 110, 4 (July 2000): 812-22 [review essay].

BIBLIOGRAPHY, BIBLIOPHILY, HISTORY OF AUTHORSHIP, READING, PRINT CULTURE, PUBLISHING, LIBRARIES, TEXTUAL EDITING, &C.

* Boulard, Claire. Presse et socialisation féminine en Angleterre au XVIIIe siècle. Paris: L'Harmattan ("Conversations à l'heure du thé"), 2000. 537 pp.

Freeth, Stephen. "Business Archives at Guildhall Library: new developments." Journal of the Society of Archivists, 21 2 (2000): 183-97.

Gray, Victor. "The English Regions: the archival dimension." Journal of the Society of Archivists, 21 2 (2000): 149-57

* Howard-Hill, T.H. British Book Trade Dissertations to 1980. Signal Mountain, TN: Summertown, 1998. xx, 314 pp. ISBN 0-9614303-9-7

Kitching, Christopher. "BS 5454:2000, the Evolution of a Standard." Journal of the Society of Archivists, 21 2 (2000): 159-67.

Leslie, Deborah J. "Resources for 18th-Century Studies at the Folger." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 14, 3 (September 2000): 5-7.

Ling, Ted. "Shifting the Sands of Time: moving an archive." Journal of the Society of Archivists, 21 2 (2000): 169-81.

* Marciari, John, ed. Grand Tour Diaries and Other Travel Manuscripts in the James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection. Foreword by Stephen Parks. New Haven: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library (Yale University Library Gazette, Occasional Supplement 2), 1999. iv, 171.

May, James E. "Recent Studies of 18th-Century Book Culture." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 14, 3 (September 2000): 57-[89].

* McKinstry, E. Richard, ed. Personal Accounts of Events, Travels, and Everyday Life in America: An Annotated Bibliography. Winterthur Museum, 1989. xx, 236 pp., ill.

Oram, Richard. "Four Texian Myths Debunk'd: The 18th Century at the Harry Ransom Humanitiiess Research Center." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 14, 3 (September 2000): 8-9.

* Parks, Stephen assisted by Earl Havens, eds. The Luttrell File: Narcissus Luttrell's Dates on Contemporary Pamphlets 1678-1730. Chronological index compiled by Carolyn Nelson. New Haven: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library (Yale University Library Gazette, Occasional Supplement 3), 1999. vi, 233, ill.

Stockdale, Rachel. "The Retrospective Conversion of the British Library Manuscripts' Catalogues: A description of the project." Journal of the Society of Archivists, 21 2 (2000): 199-213.

§ Diogenes, 186 (1999) includes a special section entitled " The protectors of the text" - titles include C. Jacob, "From book to text: Towards a comparative history of philologies" (4-22); J. Irigoin, "The transmission of Greek texts from the author to the editor of today" (23-27); L. Canfora, "From the quest for the archetype to the history of texts. A short note on the French critical style" (28-29); & G. Colas, "The criticism and transmission of texts in classical India" (30-43.

[see also title by Kerhervé listed under Ireland - Literature]

CHINA - HISTORY

* The Chinese University Press, Hong Kong, continues to publish the electronic version of Siku Quanshu (Complete Library in Four Branches of Literature), compiled during the years 1773-1782 by edict of Emperor Qianlong. It includes 3,460 works, with a total of more than 36,000 volumes, with approximately 800 million characters, unarguably the single largest collection of literary works in the world. In the Siku Quanshu are important works pertaining to the five thousand years of Chinese civilization, including history, astronomy, geography, rules and regulations, politics, economics, society, science and technology, and philosophy. In the course of the compilation, large numbers of rare books and manuscripts were collected and preserved. Different versions of each work were examined and the best available one was used as the origin from which copies were made. The Electronic Version of Siku Quanshu (Wenyuange Edition) is a gigantic Chinese database, designed to provide easy access of this culture world to more people; there are two versions: the Standard Version includes 167 CD-ROMs, stores 4.7 million pages of scanned images of original scripts and provides title searching function. The Professional version, including around 175 CD-ROMs, has all the functions of the Standard Version plus full-text retrieval functions of the 800 million Chinese characters. For further information go to http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/cupress/e_home_page.html and click on Siku Quanshu.

CLASSICS & CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION

Conte, G.B. "On the shoulders of giants: Progress and perspectives in Latin studies." Diogenes, 185 (1999): 27-33.

COMPUTERS, INTERNET, TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING AND SCHOLARSHIP

Karian, Stephen. "What's New on the Net? An Introduction to ABRO." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 14, 3 (September 2000): 16-17 [note on the ASECS Book Reviews Online; see the ASECS BRO website, http://www.csulb.edu/asecs]

cyberspace, hypertext & critical theory - Brown University's Scholarly Technology Group & English Department sponsored materials discussing the interaction of digital and electronic influences on critical theory, artistic media, politics, and economics; bibliographic and citation data; links. Available: http://landow.stg.brown.edu/cpace/cspaceov.html

ECONOMICS

* Stobart, Jon, & Alastair Owens, eds. Urban Fortunes: Property and Inheritance in the Town, 1700-1900. Ashgate Press, 2000. 240 pp. ISBN 0-7546-0081-5

Vainio-Korhonen, Kirsi. "Handicrafts as professions and sources of income in late eighteenth and early nineteenth century Turku (Abo): a gender viewpoint to economic history." Scandinavian Economic History Review, 48, 1 (2000): 40-63.

[see title by Hollman listed under Political Thought]

Smith

Harpham, E.J. "Economics and history: Books II and III of the Wealth of Nations." History of Political Thought, 20, 3 (Fall 1999): 438-55.

ENGLAND - HISTORY

* Briggs, Asa. The Age of Improvement, 1783-1867. The History of England. 2nd revised ed. Harlow: Longman, 2000. ix, 486 pp. ISBN 0-582-36959-2 - and see H-NET online review by Miles Taylor, "The Age of Asa" [Published by H-Albion (October, 2000)], available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=12078972676729

* Cervantes, Xavier. L'Angleterre au XVIIIe siècle. Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes, 1998.

Champion, Justin. "'Religion's safe, with priestcraft is the war': Augustan anticlericalism and the legacy of the English revolution, 1660-1720." European Legacy, 5, 4 (2000): 547-62.

* Collini, Stefan; Richard Whatmore, & Brian Young, eds. Economy, Polity, and Society: British Intellectual History 1750-1950. Cambridge University Press, 2000. 283 pp. ISBN 0-521-63018-5 - and History, Religion, and Culture: British Intellectual History 1750-1950. Cambridge University Press, 2000. 289 pp. ISBN 0-521-62638-2 (paper) - and see review by John R. Vincent, "Thickness has its price," TLS, 5092 (November 3, 2000): 26-7.

* MacLean, Gerald, Donna Landry, & Joseph P. Ward, eds. The Country and the City Revisited: England and the Politics of Culture, 1550-1850. Cambridge University Press, 1999. xiv, 258 pp. ISBN 0-521-59201-1 - and see H-NET online review by Michael Mascuch, "The View from Nowhere" [Published by H-Albion (October, 2000)], available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=598972509189

[see also title by Chevet listed under France - History].

ENGLAND - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Bak, John. "Tossing 'the book' out with the bath water: Republican sentiment in The Contrast (1787) by Royall Tyler." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 50 (2000): 167-89.

Loussouarn, Sophie. "La littérature enfantine en Angleterre au XVIIIe siècle." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles 50 (2000): 99-114.

Velissariou, Aspasia. "A Trip to Scarborough; or, How 'to undergo a bungling Reformation.'" Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles 50 (2000): 325-37.

Restoration Atalantis - Lynnette Eckersley's handsome new website includes some e-texts of Restoration plays, links, research bibliography, and syllabi. Available: http://www.restorationatalantis.com

Addison

Bony, Alain. "Lascivia Philomema: Beauté, wit et sexe dans l'esthétique addisonienne." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 50 (2000): 261-82.

Descargues, Madeleine. "Le Spectator à la recherche d'équilibres précaires' [The Spectator in search of a precarious equilibrium]. Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 50 (2000): 247-59.

Morère, Pierre. "Addison et Steele: Éthique, esthétique et sentiment dans The Spectator." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles 50 (2000): 301-24.

Austen

Duckworth, Alistair. "Jane Austen and George Stubbs: Two Speculations." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 13, 1 (October 2000): 53-66.

Beckford

Graham, Kenneth W. "Vathek with the Episodes of Vathek: The Role of the Suppressed 'Story of Alasi and Firouz.'" East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 14, 3 (September 2000): 10-12.

Behn

* O'Donnell, Mary Ann; Bernard Dhuicq; & Guyonne Leduc, édit. Aphra Behn (1640-1689): Identity, Alterity, Ambiguity. Paris: L'Harmattan (Collection "Des idées et des femmes"), 2000. xx, 310 pp. Titles include Bernard Dhuicq, "France and Roman Catholicism: Intertextuality in Aphra Behn's Works"; Line Cottegnies, "'Aphra Behn Unmasqued': A. Behn's Translations of La Rochefoucauld's Réflexions"; Jorge Figuero Dorrego, "Viragos and 'Soft' Men: Androgyny in Aphra Behn's Prose Fiction"; Margarete Rubik, "Estranging the Familiar, Familiarising the Strange: Self and Other in

Oroonoko and The Widdow Ranter"; Angeline Goreau, "Reconstructing Aphra Behn"; Judy Hayden, "Representations of 'Times of Trouble': Aphra Behn's The Young King; or, The Mistake and Calderon's Life Is a Dream"; Steven Henderson, "'Deceptio visus': Aphra Behn's Negociation with Farce in The Emperor of the Moon"; Joyce MacDonald, "Gender, Family and Race in Aphra Behn's Abdelazer"; Liz Bridges, "'We were somebody in England': Identity, Gender and Status in The Widdow Ranter"; Shannon Ross, "The Widdow Ranter: Old World, New World -Exploring an Era's Authority

Paradigms"; Heidi Laudien, "From Pastoral to 'Pastorelle': A New Context for Reading Aphra Behn"; Mary Ann O'Donnell, "Myth and Mythmaking in the Works of Aphra Behn"; G. Gabrielle Starr, "Love's 'Proper Music': Lyric Inflection in Behn's Epistles"; Carminella Biondi, "Aphra Behn: La Première narratrice antiesclavagiste de la littérature moderne?"; Shirley Tatum, "Aphra Behn's Oroonoko and the Anxiety of Decay"; Maureen Duffy, "Aphra Behn Revisited"; Anita Pacheco, "Consent and Female Honor in The Luckey Chance"; Cathrin Brockhaus, "'Secret Instructions to the People': The Political Dimension of The Luckey Chance"; Paulette Scott, "'There's Difference in Sexes': Masculine Sexuality and Female Desire in Behn's The Feigned Courtesans"; Khaoula Chahed Lakhoua, "Power of the Powerless in Aphra Behn's The Rover"; Sue Crowson, "Mother, Stepmother, and the Mother Tongue in Aphra Behn's Sir Patient Fancy"; Derek Hughes, "'Silent in th'inchanting Circle': Women and Language in Sir Patient Fancy"; Janet Todd, "Love-Letters and Critical History"; Susannah Quinsee, "Aphra Behn and the Male Muse"; Norman Simms, "Aphra Behn: A Conversa from Surinam"; Germaine Greer, "'Alme in liberate avvezze': Behn's Version of Tasso's Golden Age"; Jane Spencer, "The Reception of Aphra Behn in the Making of the English Canon"; Jeslyn Medoff. "Amalgamating an Author: Aphra Behn in Two Biographies of the Long Eighteenth Century"; Joanna Lipking, "At London and Paris: Pursuing Behn's French Connections"; Roundtable with Janet Todd, Maureen Duffy, Germaine Greer, Mary Ann O'Donnell, & Bernard Dhuicq [International Aphra Behn Conference held at the Sorbonne on July 8, 9 and 10 1999].

Blake

[see title by Youngquist listed under History of Art]

Cavendish

* Cavendish, Margaret. Paper Bodies: A Margaret Cavendish Reader. Sylvia Bowerbank & Sara Mendelson, ed. Broadview Press, 2000. 350 pp. ISBN 1-55111-173-X (paper).

Defoe

[see also title by Ohry listed under History of Medicine]

Dunton

Duval, Gilles. "John Dunton (libraire et auteur, 1659-1733) ou la versatilité' [JD, bookseller and author - or inconsistency]. Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 50 (2000): 209-18 [Athenian Mercury]

Fielding

Battestin, Martin. "Fielding and the Deists." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 13, 1 (October 2000): 67-76 [review essay on Ronald Paulson, The Life of Henry Fielding: A Critical Biography (2000)].

[see also title by Leduc listed under History of Education]

Haywood

* Boulard, Claire. Presse et socialisation féminine en Angleterre de 1690 à 1750: Conversations à l'heure du thé. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2000 [The Female Spectator].

Inchbald

Smallwood, Angela. "Elizabeth Inchbald and the 'jostling race': adaptations of French Comedy for the London stage in the 1780s and 1790s." Le spectateur européen 2 (2000): 207-22.

Milton

* Park, Youngwon. Milton and Isaiah: A Journey through the Drama of Salvation in Paradise Lost. New York &c.: Peter Lang, 2000. ISBN 0-8204-4288-7

* Phillips, Philip Edward. John Milton's Epic Invocations: Converting the Muse. Peter Lang, 2000. 159 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8204-4119-8 [syncretic blend of pagan & Christian conventions].

[See title by Alvis listed under Political Thought.]

Richardson

Charles, Shelly. "De la traduction au pastische: l'Histoire du chevalier Grandisson." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 13, 1 (October 2000): 19-40.

Shelley, Mary

* Seymour, Miranda. Mary Shelley. John Murray, 2000. 512 pp. ISBN 0-7195-5711-9 - and see review by Zachary Leader, "The last Romantic?" TLS, 5091 (October 27, 2000): 25.

Steele

Boulard, Claire. "The Lover ou la passion transitoire.' [The Lover or transient passion]. Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 50 (2000): 219-32.

Sterne

Bandry, Anne. "Les livres de Sterne: Suites et fin." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 50 (2000): 115-36.

Bandry, Anne. "The Visitor, the Inspectress, Selima, Obadiah et Tristram, ou comment s'anime le Public Ledger en 1760-1761" [How The Public Ledger came to life]. Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 50 (2000): 283-98.

Lynch, Jack. "The Relicks of Learning: Sterne among the Renaissance Encyclopedists." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 13, 1 (October 2000): 1-18.

FRANCE - HISTORY

* Beaur, Gérard, édit. La terre et les hommes: France et Grande-Bretagne, XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles. Paris: Hachette, 1998. 256 pp.

* Bianchi, Serge; Michel Biard, et al. La terre et les paysans en France et en Grande-Bretagne du début du XVIIe à la fin du XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Armand Colin, 1999. 346 pp.

* Chevet, Jean-Michel. La terre et les paysans en France et en Grande-Bretagne du début du XVIIe à la fin du XVIIIe siècle. (1) Les hommes et les structures foncières. (2) Les hommes et la production. 2 vol. Paris: Messene, 1998.

* Larguier, Gilbert, et al. La terre et les paysans en France et en Grande-Bretagne de 1600 à 1800. Paris: Ellipses, 1999.

Linton, M. "The unvirtuous king? Clerical rhetoric on the French monarchy, 1760-1774." History of European Ideas, 25, 1-2 (1999): 55-74.

* Poussou, Jean-Pierre. La terre et les paysans en France et en Grande-Bretagne aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. Paris: SEDES/CNED, 1999.

FRANCE - LITERATURE

Clandestine E-Texts from the Eighteenth Century -- a virtual library of Enlightenment texts in French, with abstracts in English, French, and Italian; links. By Gianluca Mori, University of Turin-Vercelli. Available: http://www.vc.unipmn.it/~mori/e-texts

Diderot

Clark-Evans, Christine. "The Translator Self-Revealed: Diderot's Comments on Pope's Essay on Man." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 14, 3 (September 2000): 12-16.

Rétif de la Bretonne

* Cellard, Jacques. Un Génie Dévergondé: Nicolas-Edme Rétif, dit "de la Bretonne" (1734-1806). Paris: Plon, 2000. 595 pp. ISBN 2-259-18507-X - and see review by David Coward, "A ragged-trousered Sade: 'Hardly part of Literature': the posthumous triumph of Rétif de la Bretonne," TLS, 5090 (October 20, 2000): 7.

Rousseau

[see title by Baier listed under History of Sexuality]

Sade

Vega, Judith. "Sade's libertijnse republick. Over pornografische parabels en esthetische politiek." Jaarboek voor Vrouwengeschiedenis, 20 (2000): 109-33 [in Dutch, with English abstract].

 

GERMANY, AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE, PRUSSIA, HAPSBURG, &c. - HISTORY

* Habermas, Rebekka. Frauen und Maenner des Buergertums. Eine Familiengeschichte (1750 -1850). Goettingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht (Beitraege zur europaeischen Gesellschaftsgeschichte, 14), 2000. viii, 456 S. ISBN 3-525-35679-X - and see H-NET online review by Dieter Hein [Published by H-Soz-u-Kult (October, 2000)], available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=12093972676740

GERMANY - LITERATURE

Hölderlin

Young, J. "Poets and rivers: Heidegger on Hoderlin's Der Ister." Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 38, 2 (Spring 1999): 391-416.

Lenz

* Hansen, Angela. "Der Hofmeister" von J.M.R. Lenz: Ein Versuch einer Neuinterpretation. Peter Lang, 2000. 312 pp. ISBN 0-8204-1683-5

HISTORIOGRAPHY

Carhart, Michael. "Enlightenment, enlightenments, decline, and fall." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 73-83.

Doja, Albert. "Histoire et dialectique des ideologies et significations religieuses." The European Legacy, 5, 5 (2000): 663-85.

Kelley. Donald M. "Cultural turns in historical scholarship." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 83-91.

Levine, Joseph M. "'Ancients and moderns' and the origins of modern critical historiography." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 83-90.

Pomian, K. "History: From moral science to the computer." Diogenes, 185 (1999): 34-48.

§ Diogenes, 186 (1999) includes a special section on "Living History and Civilizations" - titles include M. Roshwald, "Perceptions of history. In pursuit of the absolute in passing time" (44-63); S. Mancini, "Civilizations as 'aesthetic absolute'. A morphological approach to Mittel-Europa" (64-82); P. Giacche, "At the margins of theatre. On the connection between theatre and anthropology" (83-92; A. Berardinelli, "From postmodernism to mutation: How the twentieth century draws to a close" (93-105).

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

* Arnold, Dana, & Stephen Bending, eds. Architecture, Antiquity and Aesthetics, c.1700-1840. Ashgate, 2000. 228pp. ISBN 0-7546-0151-X

* Dean, Ptolemy. Sir John Soane and the Country Estate. Ashgate, 1999. 208 pp. ISBN l-84014-293-6 [Soane (1753-1837)]

Renaissance and Baroque Architecture - materials from a University of Virginia course in Architectural History, slides grouped by period and country. Includes both architects and classical structures that influenced them. Available: http://www.lib.virginia.edu/dic/colls/arh102/index.html

Society of Architectural Historians - SAH's mission, membership, awards, fellowships, chapters, and publications (including tables of contents for the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians and Architectural History); bibliography of dissertations on American architectural history (1897-1995) and current dissertation projects; directory of graduate programs in architectural history; guide to careers; conferences & calls for papers, and courses, and links. Available: http://www.sah.org

Urban Planning 1794-1918 - source materials on urban planning, searchable by keyword, browsabe by author, date, & subject. Available: http://www.library.cornell.edu/Reps/DOCS/homepage.htm

HISTORY OF ART

Baskins, Cristelle L. "On Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art." The European Legacy, 5, 5 (2000): 729-32.

Baudino, Isabelle. "La presse et le développement du marché de l'art à Londres dans la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle" [The press and the development of the art market in London in the first half of the 18th century]. Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 50 (2000): 233-45 [Steele; The Spectator].

Bowden, R. "What is wrong with an art forgery?: An anthropological perspective." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 57, 3 (Summer 1999): 333-43.

* Brookner, Anita. Romanticism and Its Discontents. Viking, 2000. 198 pp. ISBN 0-670-89212-2 - and see review by Patrice Higgonet, "Artists of infinite longing," TLS, 5092 (November 3, 2000): 17.

Carroll, N. "Art and ethical criticism: An overview of recent directions of research." Ethics, 110, 2 (January 2000): 350-87.

Carroll, N. "Art and the domain of the aesthetic." British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 2 (April 2000): 191-208.

Charlesworth, M. "The Panorama." Word and Image, 16, 4 (2000): 401 ff.

Currie, G. "A note on art and historical concepts." British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 1 (January 2000): 186-90.

Dickie, G. "Art and value." British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 2 (April 2000): 228-41.

Dorrian, M. "On the monstrous and the grotesque." Word and Image, 16, 3 (2000): 311-18.

* Feigen, Richard. Tales from the Art Crypt: The Painters, the Museums, the Curators, the Collectors, the Auctions, the Art. Knopf, 2000. 304 pp. ISBN 0-349-57169-X - and see review by Philipp Blom, "Seeing and being seen," TLS, 5092 (November 3, 2000): 17.

Hanfling, O. "Five kinds of distance." British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 1 (January 2000): 89-102.

Hopkins, R. "Touching pictures." British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 1 (January 2000): 149-67.

Hyman, J. "Pictorial art and visual experience." British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 1 (January 2000): 21-45.

* Kemp, Martin, & Marina Wallace. Spectacular Bodies: The Art and Science of the Human Body from Leonardo to Now. Hayward Gallery / University of California Press, 2000. 232 pp. ISBN 1-85332-214-8 - and see review by James Hall, "Soaked in the skin," TLS, 5092 (November 3, 2000): 6-8.

* Schubert, Karsten. The Curator's Egg: The Evolution of the Museum Concept from the French Revolution to the Present Day. One-off Press, 2000. 160 pp. ISBN 1-873542-04-6 - and see review by Philipp Blom, "Seeing and being seen," TLS, 5092 (November 3, 2000): 17.

* Smiles, Sam. Eye Witness: Artists and Visual Documentation in Britain, 1770-1830. Ashgate, 2000. ISBN 1-84014-636-2

* Sweetman, John. The Artist and the Bridge, 1700-1920. Ashgate, 2000. 240 pp. ISBN 0-7546-0013-0

Walworth, J. "Illuminating the epic." Word and Image, 16, 4 (2000): 405-406.

Williams, C. "Modern art theories." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 56, 4 (Fall 1998): 377-89.

Wiseman, M. "Gendered symbols." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 56, 3 (Summer 1998): 241-49.

Youngquist, P. "In the face of beauty: Camper, Bell, Reynolds, Blake." Word and Image, 16, 4 (2000): 319-34 [physiognomy].

Artcyclopedia - commercial site (book, print and poster sales); searchable database of artists online & in major museums, with thumbnails; browsaable alphabetically, by medium, subject, or nationality. Museums with online collections listed. Available: http://www.artcyclopedia.com

ArtLex - Dictionary of Visual Art -- dictionary of art terms with thumbnail or linked illustrations, bibliography, & links. Available: http://www.artlex.com

International Directory of Art Libraries - Vassar's directory of just under 3000 libraries, open to visiting scholars or the public, with holdings in art, architecture, & archeology. Directory searchable by name of libraries or librarians, city, and country. Available: http://iberia.vassar.edu/ifla-idal

Web Gallery of Art - over 6500 digital images of European paintings and sculptures (1150 to 1750); indexes of works by artist, artist biographies; Italian Renaissance materials; glossaries of art terms. Search by artist, time period, nationality, media, subject, title of work, and text words. Available: http://gallery.euroweb.hu/

Words of Art -hyperlinked glossary of art theory and critical and theoretical terms, from Okanagan University College. Available: http://www.arts.ouc.bc.ca/fiar/glossary/gloshome.html

Blake

[see title by Youngquist listed under History of Art]

Canaletto

Cervantes, Xavier. "'The famous painter of views Canaletti of Venice': Canaletto entre l'Italie et l'Angleterre'. Le spectateur européen 2 (2000): 111-34 [Canaletto between Italy and England].

Reynolds

[see title by Youngquist listed under History of Art]

Richardson

* Gibson-Wood, Carol. Jonathan Richardson: Art Theorist of the Enlightement. Yale University Press. 2000. 264 pp. ISBN 0-300-08127-8 -- and see review by Jenny Uglow, "Seeing the joke," TLS, 5092 (November 3, 2000): 13.

* Krake, Astrid. How art produces art: Samuel Richardsons Clarissa im Spiegel iher deutschen Űberstezungen. Frankfurt/M: Peter Lang, 2000. ISBN 3-631-36432-6

Romney

* Cross, David A. A Striking Likeness: The Life of George Romney. Ashgate, 2000. 288 pp. ISBN 1-84014-671-0

HISTORY OF EDUCATION

* Leduc, Guyonne, dir. L'Éducation des femmes en Europe et en Amérique du Nord, de la Renaissance à 1848: Réalités et représentations. Paris: L'Harmattan,1997. 525 pp.

* Leduc, Guyonne. L'Éducation des Anglaises au XVIIIe siècle: La Conception de Henry Fielding. Paris: L'Harmattan, 1999. 416 pp.

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

Carson, E. "Kant on the method of mathematics." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 4 (October 1999): 629-52.

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Bernschneider-Reif, S. "Laboratories, distilleries, balm makers: the oil activity in Thuringen forest from the 17th to the 19th century." Pharmazie in Unserer Zeit, 29, 4 (July 2000): 213-219 [in German].

* Black, Joseph. The Correspondence of Joseph Black. Jean Jones & Robert Anderson, eds. Ashgate Press, 2000. 1200 pp. ISBN 0-7546-0131-5

Breathnach, C.S. "Joseph Black (1728-1799): an early adept in quantification and interpretation." Journal of Medical Biography, 8, 3 (August 2000):149-55.

Eadie, M.J. "Robert Whytt and the pupils." Journal of Clinical Neurosciences, 7, 4 (July 2000): 295-97.

Gacto, M. "The bicentennial of a forgotten giant: Lazzaro Spallanzani (1729-1799)." International Microbiology, 2, 4 (December 1999): 273-74.

Hedenborg, Susanna. "The world is full of sorrow: infant mortality in Stockholm, 1754-1850." Scandinavian Economic History Review, 48, 1 (2000): 64-80.

* Houston, R.A. Madness and Society in Eighteenth-Century Scotland. Oxford: Clarendon, 2000. 450 pp. ISBN 0-19-820787-5 - and see review by Anne Crowther, "Mad, bad or daft?" TLS, 5091 (October 27, 2000): 29.

Ingram, Allan. "Sanity, madness and the people next door: Neighbours and normalcy in eighteenth-century England." Le spectateur européen 1 (2000): 75-90.

Lawlor, Clark and Akihito Suzuki. "The disease of the self: representing consumption, 1700-1830." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 74, 3 (Fall 2000): 458-94.

Maggioni, F., C. Occhipinti, & G, Zanchin. "Headaches in Domestic Medicine by William Buchan." Italian Journal of Neurological Sciences, 12, 2 (April 1998): 109-115.

Mays, S. "Age-dependent cortical bone loss in women from 18th and early 19th century London." American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 112, 3 (July 2000): 349-61.

Neugebauer, P., J.P. Thomas, & O. Michel. "The 'case' of Joseph Haydn: a rhinological patient during the eighteenth century." Laryngoscope, 110, 7 (July 2000): 1078-81.

Ohry, A. "Some medical aspects of Daniel Defoe and Robinson Crusoe." Harefuah, 135, 1-2 (July 1998): 77-79 [in Hebrew].

Podoll, K., P. Hoff, * H. Sass. "The migraine of Immanual Kant." Fortschr. Neurol. Psychiatr., 68, 7 (July 2000): 332-37 [in German].

Sanchez, J.R.B., & A.G. Belmar. "Medical applications of chemistry in early nineteenth-century France." Ambix, 47, 1 (March 2000): 1-28.

Scull, Andrew. "The madhouse of Dr Monro: How the Inmates of Bedlam." TLS, 5091 (October 27, 2000): 15-16.

Wade, N.J. "Jean Théophile Desaguliers (1683-1744) and eighteenth century vision research." British Journal of Psychology, 91, 2 (May 2000): 275-85.

[see also title by Beveridge listed under Scotland - Literature - Boswell]

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Champion, Justin. "'All books are made of paper; all books are unfinished; we all search for the ultimate book.'" Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 57-65.

Degott, Pierre. "Le livret d'oratorio au XVIIIe siècle: Quelle sorte de livre?" Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 50 (2000): 81-98.

Finn, G. "Bodies that sing: Mutilation, mortality, and music: In the case of 'Farinelli.'" International Studies in Philosophy, 31, 1 (1999): 47-60.

Gouk, Penelope. "Beyond rationality: the paradox of writing about non-verbal ways of knowing." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 44-57 [music in intellectual history; Newton; Playford; Kircher; Brouncker; Holder]

Graham, G. "Women in music." British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 1 (January 2000): 103-114.

Hamilton, A. "The art of improvisation and the aesthetics of imperfection." British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 1 (January 2000): 168-85.

* Kassler, Michael, & Philip Olleson. Samuel Wesley 1766-1837: A Source Book. Ashgate Press, 2000. 350 pp. ISBN 1-85928-357-8 [the English organist].

Ludemann, W. "Music as a way of knowing: Tentative steps towards extending the boundaries of traditional music philosophy." South African Journal of Philosophy-Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Wysbegeerte, 18, 1 (February 1999): 41-60.

* Jones, David Wyn, ed. Music in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Ashgate, 2000. 250 pp. ISBN 1-84014-688-5

Parret, H. "Kant on music and the hierarchy of the arts." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 56, 3 (Summer 1998): 251-64.

Sharpe, R.A. "Sounding the depths." British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 1 (January 2000): 64-72.

* Turku, Daniel Gottlob. Daniel Gottlob Turk on the Role of the Organist in Worship (1787). Woolard, Margot Ann Greenlimb, trans. & ed. Scarecrow, 2000. 240 pp. ISBN 0-8108-3704-8

Early Music Women Composers webring - including material on Chiara Margarita Cozzolani (1602-1676); Early Jewish Women Composers; Sophie Elisabeth, Duchess of Braunsweig Wolfenbuttel (1613-1676); Barbara Strozzi (1619-after 1664); Isabella Leonarda (1620-1704); Mary Harvey / The Lady Deering (1629-1704); Lady Margaret Wemyss / Lady Killigrew; Anne Ovena Hoijer (fl. 1650); Maria Xavier Peruchona (pub. 1675); Maria Bianca Meda (fl. 1691); Aphra Behn (1640?-1689); Antonia Bembo (c. 1640-1715); Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz (1648-1695); Maria Francesca Nascinbeni (ref. Nascimbeni) (1657/58-?); Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre (ca.1664-1729); Women's Music of the Mexican Baroque; Three Women of Gion: Poetic Ensemble (17-18th c., Japan); Baroque Women Keyboard Players; Camilla de Rossi (fl. early 1700's); Sophie Wilhelmine (1709-1758); Mlle Louise Duval (d. 1769); Maria Teresa d'Agnesi (1720-1795); Marianna d'Auenbrugg (von) (Auenbrugger) (?-1786); Elizabeth Turner (pub. 1750's-80's); Anna Amalia, Princess of Prussia (1723-1787); Maria Antonia Walpurgis, Princess of Bavaria (1724-1780); Elisabetta de Gambarini (1731-1765); Anna Bon (b. 1738); Belle van Zuylen (1740-1805); Marianne Martinez (1744-1812); Maddelena Laura Lombardini Sirmen (1745-1818); Maria (Mary Polly) Barthelemon (1749-1799); Maria Theresia Ahlefeldt (1755-1823); Francesca LeBrun (1756-1791); Helene de Montgeroult (1764-1836); Elizabeth Billington Weichsell (c.1768-1818); and the Venetian Ospedali (1500-1800).

[see also title by Iliffe listed under History of Science; by Edgar listed under Theory]

Bach

* Green, Jonathan D. A Conductor's Guide to the Choral-Orchestral Works of J.S. Bach. Scarecrow, 2000. 640 pp. ISBN 0-8108-3733-1

Haydn

[see title by Neugebauer et al. listed under History of Medicine]

HISTORY OF RELIGION

Christian - Protestant - Anglican

Gill, M.B. "The religious rationalism of Benjamin Whichcote." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 2 (April 1999): 271-300.

Christian - Protestant - Methodist

* Meistad, Tore. Martin Luther and John Wesley on the Sermon on the Mount. Scarecrow Press, 1999. 352 pp. ISBN 0-8108-3567-3

* Monk, Robert C. John Wesley: His Puritan Heritage. 2nd ed. Scarecrow Press, 1999. 296 pp. ISBN 0-8108-3637-8.

Christian - Protestant - Presbyterian

Prunier, Clotilde. "L'éducation et le Livre: Controverses religieuses en Écosse au XVIIIe'." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles 50 (2000): 67-79.

Islam

Islamic Studies, Islam, Arabic, and Religion - searchable overview of Islam; course syllabi; glossary; topics include the Qur'an, women's rights, Arabic, Sufism, Sunni Islam, Shi'ism, Islamic history & philosophy; links (Islamic art & music, maps, and architecture); links. By Dr. Alan Godlas, University of Georgia. Available: http://www.arches.uga.edu/~godlas/home.html

HISTORY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Baird, J.D. "Note on the date of publication of the English translation of Lavoisière's Traité Elementaire de Chymie." Ambix, 47, 2 (March 2000): 47.

Blouet, Olwyn M. "Bryan Edwards, FRS, 1743-1800." Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 54, 2 (2000): 215-22.

Boewe, Charles. "John Bradbury (1768-1823), Kentucky's Forgotten Naturalist." The Filson Club History Quarterly, Summer 2000, 74(3): 221-49.

Brianta, Donata. "Education and training in the mining industry, 1750-1860: European models and the Italian case." Annals of Science, 57, 3 (July 2000): 267-300.

Callergard, R. "The hypothesis of Ether and Reid's interpretation of Newton's first rule of philosophizing." Synthese, 120, 3 (September 1999): 19-26.

Davids, Karel. "Patents and patentees in the Dutch republic between c1580 and 1720." History and Technology, 16, 3 (2000): 263-84.

Horstmann, F. "A building-block in Kepler reception: Thomas Hobbes's Physica coelestis." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 2 (1998): 135-60.

Iliffe, Robert. "An interregnum parody of music, magic, and natural language: Seth Ward's Vindiciæ Academiorum." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 69-70.

Osler, Margaret J. "Rethinking the Scientific Revolution: new historiographical directions." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 21-30.

McAllister, J.W. "Universal regularities and initial conditions in Newtonian physics." Synthese, 120, 3 (September 1999): 325-43.

Pyle, Cynthia M. "Text as body / body as text: humanists' approach to the world around them and the rise of science." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 7-14.

Schmeisser, Martin. "'Lusus serius,' or Why alchemy went into disrepute." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 66-69.

Serjeantson, Richard. "Playing philosophically: Isaac Newton and John Bate's Mysteries of Art and Nature." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 70-72.

Worrall, J. "The scope, limits, and distinctiveness of the method of 'deduction from the phenomena': Some lessons from Newton's 'demonstrations' in optics." British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 51, 1 (March 2000): 45-80.

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY & REPRODUCTION

Baier, G. "A proper arbiter of pleasure: Rousseau on the control of sexual desire." Philosophical Forum, 30, 4 (December 1999): 249-68.

Stolberg, Michael. :An unmanly vice: self-pollution, anxiety, and the body in the eighteenth century." Social History of Medicine, 13, 1 (2000): 1-21.

Stolberg, Michael. "Self-pollution, moral reform, and the venereal trade: Notes on the sources and historical context of Onania (1716)". Journal of the History of Sexuality, 9, 1-2 (2000): 37-61.

IN MEMORIAM

"Notes (On the death of Paul Oskar Kristeller)." Journal of Philosophy, 97, 2 (February 2000): 107.

"Notes (On the death of Salim Kemal)." Journal of Philosophy, 97, 2 (February 2000): 107.

IRELAND - LITERATURE

Kerhervé, Alain. "La bibliothèque virtuelle d'une grande dame du XVIIIe siècle: Les livres dans la correspondance de Mary Delany (1700-1788)." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles 50 (2000): 137-66.

JUDAICA

Jewish History Resource Center - the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's virtual library of Jewish studies resources; Jewish studies programs and research institutes; conferences; genealogy sites; links to Jewish studies databases; course syllabi; grant and fellowship information, print and electronic journals; biblical history; women's studies; archaeology; &c. Available: http://www.hum.huji.ac.il/dinur

MARITIME HISTORY

Despoix, Philippe. "Measurement of the world and European representation in the 18th century: the British program to measure longitudes at sea." Revue d'histoire des sciences, 53, 2 (2000): 205-33 [in French].

Guillery, Peter. "The further adventures of Mary Lacy: 'seaman', shipwright, builder." History Workshop Journal, 49 (2000): 212-19 [Lacy's 1773 autobiography is The History of the Female Shipwright]

Institute of Nautical Archaeology - available: http://ina.tamu.edu

MATERIAL CULTURE & THE DECORATIVE ARTS

* Daniel and Jessie Farber Collection of Gravestone Photographs. American Antiquarian Society, 1998 [CD-ROM colleection.

Doster, Alexis. "Recollecting the Presidents." Smithsonian, 31, 8 (November 2000): 74-86 [exhibition of U.S. presidential memorabilia, including items associated with Washington (reflector candelabrum); Adams (campaign mug); Jefferson (portable desk); Madison (charred wood from the White House fire); Adams (ivory cane); Jackson (hair comb with portrait flanked by Lafayette & Washington), &c.]

"Farewell, Bright Soul." Photographs by Gregory Thorp, intro. by John F. Ross. Smithsonian, 31, 8 (November 2000): 102-106 [faces carved on 18th-century New England headstones

Finn, Margot. "Men's things: masculine possession in the consumer revolution." Social History, 25, 2 (2000): 133-55.

* Ludwig, Allan I. Graven Images: New England Stonecarving and Its Symbols, 1650-1815. Wesleyan University Press, 2000.

MISCELLANY

Blank, Paula. "'Character' analysis: writing and identity, 1500-1755." Social Semiotics, 10, 3 (2000): 265-80.

Howard, Patricia. "The Wandering Minstrel: An Eighteenth-Century Fiction?" Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 13, 1 (October 2000): 41-52.

NATIVE AMERICANS, INDIGÈNES, INDIANS, FIRST NATIONS

* Boewe, Charles, ed. John D. Clifford's Indian Antiquities. Related Material by C. S. Rafinesque. University of Tennessee Press, 2000. 208 pp., ill. ISBN: 1-57233-099-6 [Clifford's pioneer-ing anthropological letters published 1819-20; for further information see http://sunsite.utk.edu/utpress/y_fw200001/boewe.html]

NETHERLANDS

[See title by Davids listed under History of Science].

OCCULT, ASTROLOGY, WITCHCRAFT, &C.

Faracovi, O.P. "Praise of astrology." Diogenes, 182 (1998): 109-21.

[see titles by Iliffe and by Schmeisser listed under History of Science]

OTTOMAN EMPIRE, BARBARY, THE MAGHREB, PERSIA, AND THE ISLAMIC WORLD

[see also website listed under History of Religion - Islam].

PHILOSOPHY

Brennan, S. "Recent work in feminist ethics." Ethics, 109, 4 (July 1999): 858-93.

* Clarke, J. J. Oriental Enlightenment: The Encounter Between Asian and Western Thought. Routledge, 1997. 273 pp. ISBN 0-415-13376-9 - and see H-NET online review by Jeffrey L. Richey, published by H-Ideas (October, 2000), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=935974131106

"Current periodical articles." Review of Metaphysics, 52, 1 (September 1998): 191-220.

"Current periodical articles." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 1 (September 1999): 213-31.

"Current periodical articles in philosophy." Review of Metaphysics, 51, 4 (June 1998): 985-1015.

"Current periodical articles: Philosophical abstracts." Review of Metaphysics, 51, 2 (December 1997): 463-90.

"Doctoral dissertations 1997-98." Review of Metaphysics, 52, 1 (September 1998): 221-48.

"Doctoral dissertations, 1998-99." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 1 (September 1999): 235-59.

Fischer, J.M. "Recent work on moral responsibility." Ethics, 110, 1 (October 1999): 93-139.

Ghosh, P. "Citizen or subject? Michel Foucault in the history of ideas." History of European Ideas, 24, 2 (1998): 113-59.

Gunn, A.E. "Recent titles in philosophy." Review of Metaphysics, 51, 4 (June 1998): 975-84.

Kaitaro, T. "Ideas in the brain: The localization of memory traces in the eighteenth century." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 2 (April 1999): 301-22.

Mazlish, Bruce. "Philosophical history." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 117-22 [intellectual history].

Wokler, R. "The Enlightenment project as betrayed by modernity." History of European Ideas, 24, 45 (1998): 301-13.

[see title by Gouk listed under History of Music; by Gill listed under History of Religion - Christianity - Protestant - Anglican]

Aesthetics

Budd, M. "Aesthetic judgements, aesthetic principles and aesthetic properties." European Journal of Philosophy, 7, 3 (December 1999): 295-311.

Eaton, M.M. "Kantian and contextual beauty." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 57, 1 (Winter 1999): 11-15.

Hausman, C.R. "Aaron Ridley's defense of Collingwood pursued." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 56, 4 (Fall 1998): 391-93; J. Dilworth, "Is Ridley charitable to Collingwood?" 393-96; A. Ridley, "Collingwood's commitments: A reply." 396-98.

Rosebury, B. "The historical contingency of aesthetic experience." British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 1 (January 2000): 73-88.

Savile, A. "Naturalism and the aesthetic." British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 1 (January 2000): 46-63.

Vaida, I.C. "The quest for objectivity: Secondary qualities and aesthetic qualities." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 56, 3 (Summer 1998): 283-97.

Zangwill, N. "The concept of the aesthetic." European Journal of Philosophy, 6, 1 (April 1998): 78-93.

Aesthetics On-line -- American Society for Aesthetics site; ASA matters; list of publications; online essays on topics in aesthetics, as well; links (philosophy and art theory/criticism) and to online discussion groups; information about the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. Available: http://www.aesthetics-online.org

[see also miscellaneous entries under History of Art]

Berkeley

Faaborg, R.W. "Berkeley and the argument from microscopes." Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 80, 4 (December 1999): 301-23.

Wait, E. "A phenomenological reply to Berkeley's 'water experiment.'" South African Journal of Philosophy-Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Wysbegeerte, 17, 2 (May 1998): 104-11.

Descartes & the Cartesians

Albano, P.J. "The Cogito, human self-assertion, and the modern world." Philosophy Today, 44, 2 (Summer 2000): 184-89.

Ariew, Roger. "Scotists, Scotists, everywhere." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 14-21 [Scotist philosophy in 17th-c scholasticism as context for Descartes' thought].

Boyle, D. "Descartes' natural light reconsidered." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 4 (October 1999): 601-12.

Daniels, C.B. "A theism-free Cartesian analysis of knowledge." Nous, 33, 2 (June 1999): 201-213.

Dutton, B.D. "Physics and metaphysics in Descartes and Galileo." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 1 (January 1999): 49-71.

Grene, M. "Descartes and skepticism." Review of Metaphysics, 52, 3 (March 1999): 553-71.

Hoffman, P. "Cartesian composites." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 2 (April 1999): 251-70 [entity, ens per se].

Kajamies, T. "The concept of power and the eternity of the eternal truths in Descartes." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 37, 2 (Summer 1999): 189-200.

Keating, L. "Mechanism and the representational nature of sensation in Descartes." Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 29, 3 (September 1999): 411-29.

Kenny, A. "Descartes the dualist." Ratio, 12, 2 (June 1999): 114-27.

Lorena Garcia, C. "Transparency and falsity in Descartes's theory of ideas." International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 7, 3 (October 1999): 349-72.

Moyal, G. "A brief note on clarity and distinctness in Descartes's First Meditation." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 1 (1999): 91-98.

Moyal, G.J.D. "Descartes, mathematics, and atheists: A reply to Zbigniew Janowski." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 37, 1 (Spring 1999): 159-64.

Murdoch, D. "The Cartesian circle." Philosophical Review, 108, 2 (April 1999): 221-44.

Newman, L., & A. Nelson. "Circumventing Cartesian circles." Nous, 33, 3 (September 1999): 370-404.

Pavelich, A. "Descartes's eternal truths and laws of motion." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 35, 4 (Winter 1997): 517-37.

Petrik, J.M. "Descartes on divine indifference and the transworld validity of the eternal truths." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, 3 (Fall 1998): 417-32.

Rozemond, M. "Descartes on mind-body interaction: What's the problem?" Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 3 (July 1999): 435-67.

Schmaltz, T.M. "The disappearance of analogy in Descartes, Spinoza, and Regis." Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 30, 1 (March 2000): 85-114.

Simmons, A. "Are Cartesian sensations representational?" Nous, 33, 3 (September 1999): 347-69.

Slowik, E. "Descartes and circular inertia." Modern Schoolman, 77, 1 (November 1999): 1-11.

Slowik, E. "Descartes' quantity of motion: "New Age' holism meets the Cartesian conservation principle." Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 80, 2 (June 1999): 178-202.

Slowik, E. "Descartes, spacetime, and relational motion." Philosophy of Science, 66, 1 (March 1999): 117-39.

Statile, G. "The necessity of analogy in Cartesian science." Philosophical Forum, 30, 3 (September 1999): 217-32.

Wells, N.J. "Descartes and Suarez on secondary qualities: A tale of two readings." Review of Metaphysics, 51, 3 (March 1998): 565-604.

Wells, N.J. "Jean Du Hamel, the Cartesians, and Arnauld on idea." Modern Schoolman, 76, 4 (May 1999): 245-71.

Wetzel, J. "Crisis mentalities: Augustine after Descartes." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 74, 1 (Winter 2000): 115-33.

§ Russian Studies in Philosophy, 37, 2 (Fall 1998) is a special issue on "The Cartesian Tradition" - essays (in Russian) include T. Zakydalsky, "Introduction" (3-5); M. Garntsev, "The problem of absolute freedom in Descartes" (7-17); S. Zimovets, "Man's trajectory: Between the body's curve and the soul's straight line" (18-24); A.D. Maidanskii, "The reform of logic in Descartes's and Spinoza's works" (25-44); W. Vasil'ev, "The 'superior penetration' of neo-European philosophy" (45-65); V.I. Molchanov, "Cogito, synthesis, and subjectivism" (66-81); N.V. Motroshilova, "Husserl's Cartesian meditations and Mamardashvili's Cartesian reflections" (82-95).

Fichte

Moggach, D. "Reciprocity, elicitation, recognition: The thematics of intersubjectivity in the early Fichte." Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 38, 2 (Spring 1999): 271-96.

Hartley

* Allen, Richard C. David Hartley on Human Nature. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1999. 469 pp.

Hobbes

Harvey, M. "Hobbes's conception of natural law." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 37, 3 (Fall 1999): 441-60.

Miller, T.H. "Thomas Hobbes and the constraints that enable the imitation of God." Inquiry - Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, 42, 2 (June 1999): 149-76.

Saccone, G.M. "The ambiguous relation between Hobbes' rhetorical appeal to English history and his deductive method in A Dialogue." History of European Ideas, 24, 1 (1998): 1-17.

Hölderlin

Chapman, H.C. "Divine remembrance: Holderlin, Nancy, and the finitude of thought." Philosophy Today, 43, 3 (Fall 1999): 250-65.

Gosetti, J.A. "Revolutions in the subject of language: Holderlin to Kristeva." International Studies in Philosophy, 31, 1 (1999): 61-76.

Gosetti, J.A. "The poetic politics of dwelling: Holderlin, Kant, and Heidegger." International Studies in Philosophy, 30, 1 (1998): 57-71.

Hume

Abramson, K. "Correcting our sentiments about Hume's point of view." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 37, 3 (Fall 1999): 333-61.

Abramson, K. "Hume on cultural conflicts of values." Philosophical Studies, 94, 1-2 (May 1999)" 173-87.

Ainslie, D.C. "Scepticism about persons in Book II of Hume's Treatise." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 3 (July 1999): 469-92.

Baxter, D.L.M. "Hume's puzzle about identity." Philosophical Studies, 98, 2 (March 2000): 187-201.

Carroll, J.W. "Humean justified belief." Philosophical Quarterly, 48, 192 (July 1998): 373-78.

Crooks, S. "Hume, images, and the mental object problem." Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 39, 1 (Winter 2000): 3-24.

Friday, J. "Hume's sceptical standard of taste." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 36, 4 (October 1998): 545-66 [Of the Standard of Taste].

Hubin, D.C. "What's special about Humeanism." Nous, 33, 1 (March 1999): 30-45.

Jones, W.E. "Can we infer naturalism from scepticism? Hume's Treatise of Human Nature." Philosophical Quarterly, 50, 201 (October 2000): 433-51.

McCormick, M. "A change in manner: Hume's scepticism in the Treatise and the First Enquiry." Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 29, 3 (September 1999): 431-47.

Meeker, K. "Hume's iterative probability argument: A pernicious reductio." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 38, 2 (April 2000): 221-38.

Morris, W.E. "Hume's conclusion." Philosophical Studies, 99, 1 (May 2000): 89-110 [Treatise on Human Nature].

Piller, C. "Doing what is best." Philosophical Quarterly, 50, 199 (April 2000): 208-26 [Humeanism, desire, practical reason].

Railton, P. "Normative force and normative freedom: Hume and Kant, but not Hume versus Kant." Ratio, 12, 4 (December 1999): 320-53.

Kant

Allison, H.E, "Where have all the categories gone? Reflections on Longuenesse's reading of Kant's transcendental deduction." Inquiry - Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, 43, 1 (March 2000): 57-80.

Bird, G. "The trouble with Kant." Philosophy, 74, 290 (October ) 587-94 [response to Anthony Quinton].

Byrd, L.S. "Kant's theory of contract." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, Supplement (1997): 131-53.

Blum, A. "The Kantian versus Harry Frankfurt." Analysis, 60, 3 (July 2000): 287-88 [ought, can].

Bryushinkin, V. "Kant, Frege and the problem of psychologism." Kant-Studien, 90, 1 (1999): 59-74.

Chiurazzi, G. "Schematism and modality: The Kantian doctrine of schematism as a thematization of analogical and experimental dimensions of knowledge." Kant-Studien, 91, 2 (2000): 146-164.

Dalton, S. "Subjectivity and orientation in Levinas and Kant." Continental Philosophy Review, 32, 4 (October 1999): 433-49.

Dauer, F.W. "Humean naturalism and the problem of induction." Ratio, 13, 2 (June 2000): 123-37.

Dekens, O. "Kantian man and the desire of ideas." Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 39, 2 (Spring 2000): 241-61.

Denis, L. "Kant on the perfection of others." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 37, 1 (Spring 1999): 21-41.

d'Entreves, M.P. "Between Nietzsche and Kant: Michel Foucault's reading of What is enlightenment?" History of Political Thought, 20, 2 (Summer 1999): 337-56.

Dupre, L. "Kant's theory of history and progress." Review of Metaphysics, 51, 4 (June 1998): 813-28.

Fischer, N. "The critique of reason in Kant and Levinas: The idea of the transcendental ideal and the problem of totality." Kant-Studien, 90, 2 (1999):168-90.

Fisher, M., & E. Watkins. "Kant on the material ground of possibility: From The 'Only Possible Argument' to The Critique of Pure Reason." Review of Metaphysics, 52, 2 (December 1998):: 369-95.

Forgie, J.W. "Kant and Frege: Existence as a second-level property." Kant-Studien, 91, 2 (2000): 165-177.

Furton, E.J. "The constitution of the object in Immanuel Kant and John Poinsot." Review of Metaphysics, 51, 1 (September 1997): 55-75.

Gammon, M. "Parerga and pulchritudo adhærens: A reading of the Third Moment of the Analytic of the Beautiful." Kant-Studien, 90, 2 (1999): 148-67.

Gibbard, A. "Morality as consistency in living: Korsgaard's Kantian lectures." Ethics, 110, 1 (October 1999): 140-64.

Gillroy, J.M. "Making public choices: Kant's 'Justice from Autonomy' as an alternative to Rawls' 'Justice as Fairness.'" Kant-Studien, 91, 1 (2000): 44-72.

Goodreau, J.R. "Immanuel Kant's moral metaphysics: A new perspective." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 73, 4 (Fall 1999): 583-607 [metaphysics, ethics, & aesthetics in Critique of Judgment].

Habermas, Jurgen. "From Kant to Hegel and back again - The move towards detranscendentalization." European Journal of Philosophy, 7, 2 (August 1999): 129-57; and see comment by C. Taylor, 158-63.

Hanna, R. "How do we know necessary truths? Kant's answer." European Journal of Philosophy, 6, 2 (August 1998): 115-45.

Hanna, R. "The inner and the outer: Kant's 'refutation' reconstructed." Ratio, 13, 2 (June 2000): 146-74.

Harbison, W. "Self-improvement, beneficence, and the law of nature formula [Kant-Studien, 91, 1 (2000): 17-24 [Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals].

Harper, W. "Michael Friedman on Kant and Newton." Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 39, 2 (Spring 2000): 279-301.

Hill, T.E. "Punishment, conscience, and moral worth." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, Supplement (1997): 51-71 - with comments by N. Potter, 73-77.

Holtman, S.W. "Kant, ideal theory, and the justice of exclusionary zoning." Ethics, 110, 1 (October 1999): 32-58.

Hull, G. ""Reduced to a zero-point": Benjamin's critique of Kantian historical experience." Philosophical Forum, 31, 2 (Summer 2000): 163-86.

Hund, J. "Is the Critique of Pure Reason asociological?" South African Journal of Philosophy-Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Wysbegeerte, 17, 1 (February 1998): 8-21.

Hund, J. "Postscript: The possibility of a Kantian sociology." Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 30, 1 (March 2000): 113-29.

James, D.N. "Suicide and stoic ethics in the Doctrine of Virtue." Kant-Studien, 90, 1 (1999): 40-58.

Johnson, R. "Love in vain." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, Supplement (1997): 45-50.

Kemal, S. "Aesthetic licence: Foucault's modernism and Kant's post-modernism." International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 7, 3 (October 1999): 281-303.

Kitcher, P. "Kant on self-consciousness." Philosophical Review, 108, 3 (July 1999): 345-86.

Kleingeld, P. "Kant on the unity of theoretical and practical reason." Review of Metaphysics, 52, 2 (December 1998): 311-39.

Kossler, M. "The transcendental appearance in the paralogisms of pure reason according to the first edition of Kritik der reinen Vernunft." Kant-Studien, 90, 1 (1999): 191-203.

Krasnoff, L. "How Kantian is constructivism?" Kant-Studien, 90, 4 (1999): 385-409.

Langsam, H. "Kant's compatibilism and his two conceptions of truth." Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 81, 2 (June 2000): 164-88.

Lantin, R. "On Kant's argument in the second analogy." Philosophia, 27, 3-4 (November 1999): 483-95.

LeBar, M. "Kant on welfare." Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 29, 2 (June 1999): 225-49.

Lilla, M. "Kant's theological-political revolution." Review of Metaphysics, 52, 2 (December 1998): 397-434.

Lindstedt, D. "Kant: Progress in universal history as a postulate of practical reason." Kant-Studien, 90, 2 (1999): 129-47.

Longuenesse, B. "Kant's categories and the capacity to judge: Responses to Henry Allison and Sally Sedgwick." Inquiry - Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, 43, 1 (March 2000): 91-110.

Long, C.P. "Two powers, one ability: The understanding and imagination in Kant's critical philosophy." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, 2 (Summer 1998): 233-53.

Lotter, M.S. "Das individuelle Gesetz: Simmel's criticism of Kantian moral philosophy as being alienated from life." Kant-Studien, 91, 2 (2000): 178-203.

Malpas, J. "Constituting the mind: Kant, Davidson and the unity of consciousness." International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 7, 3 (October 1999): 1-30.

Mander, W.J. "Edward Caird's neo-Kantian idealism." Modern Schoolman, 76, 1 (November 1998): 33-42.

Marcucci, S. "'Moral friendship' in Kant." Kant-Studien, 90, 4 (1999): 434-41.

McNair, T. "Universal necessity and contradictions in conception." Kant-Studien, 91, 1 (2000): 25-43.

Moran, D. "Hilary Putnam and Immanuel Kant: Two 'Internal realists'?" Synthese, 123, 1 (April 2000): 65-104.

Mosser, K. "Kant and feminism." Kant-Studien, 90, 3 (1999): 322-53.

Motroschilowa, N. "Kant in Russia: Notes on reception and editions of Kant in Russia on the occasion of the project of a German-Russian edition of the selected works of Immanuel Kant." Kant-Studien, 91, 1 (2000): 73-95.

Noggle, R. "Kantian respect and particular persons." Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 29, 3 (September 1999): 449-77.

O'Neill, O. "Instituting principles: Between duty and action." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, Supplement (1997): 79-96 - with comments by S.W. Holtman, 97-102.

Pardey, U. "On Kant's Widerlegung des Mendelssohnschen Beweises der Beharrlichkeit der Seele." Kant-Studien, 90, 3 (1999): 257-84.

Philipse, H. "Should we be Kantians? A defence of empiricism (Part one)." Ratio, 13, 3 (September 2000): 239-55.

Pippin, R.B. Kant's theory of value: On Allen Wood's Kant's Ethical Thought." Inquiry - Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, 43, 2 (June 2000): 239-66.

Pogge, T.W. "Is Kant's Rechtslehre comprehensive?" Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36: 161-87 - with comments by B. Ludwig, "What's great about Recht?" 189-97.

Pozzo, R. "Kant within the tradition of modern logic: The role of the 'Introduction: Idea of a Transcendental Logic.'" Review of Metaphysics, 52, 2 (December 1998): 295-310.

Reath, A. "Self-legislation and duties to oneself." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, Supplement (1997): 103-124.

Richardson, H.S. "Nussbaum: Love and respect." Metaphilosophy, 29, 4 (October 1998): 254-62.

Ruffing, M. "Kant bibliography 1997." Kant-Studien, 90, 4 (1999): 442-73.

Salem-Wiseman, J. "Nature, deception, and the politics of art: Divisions of labor in Kant and Nietzsche." International Studies in Philosophy, 30, 1 (1998): 107-120.

Schaller, W.E. "Kant on right and moral rights." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 38, 2 (Summer 2000): 321-42.

Scherer, I. "The problem of the a priori in sensibility: Revisiting Kant's and Hegel's theories of the senses." Review of Metaphysics, 52, 2 (December 1998): 341-67.

Schneider, W. "A neglected portrait of Immanuel Kant." Kant-Studien, 91, 1 (2000): u1 ff. [by C. Vernet].

Sedgwick, S. "Longuenesse on Kant and the priority of the capacity to judge." Inquiry - Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, 43, 1 (March 2000): 81-90.

Sherry, D. "Construction and reductio proof." Kant-Studien, 90, 1 (1999): 23-39 [reductio ad absurdum].

Smit, H. "The role of reflection in Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 80, 2 (June 1999): 203-23.

Stark, W. "Kant's last manuscript in the Berlin Staatsbibliothek." Kant-Studien, 90, 4 (1999): 510-11.

Stern, R. "Going beyond the Kantian philosophy: On McDowell's Hegelian critique of Kant." European Journal of Philosophy, 7, 2 (August 1999): 247-69; and see comment by K. Pillow, 270-74.

Strauss, D.F.M. "Kant and modern physics: The synthetic a priori and the distinction between modal function and entity." South African Journal of Philosophy-Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Wysbegeerte, 19, 1 (March 2000): 26-40.

Timmermann, J. "Why does transcendental freedom seem absurd? Note to a proof for the antithesis of the 3rd antinomy." Kant-Studien, 91, 1 (2000): 8-16.

Watkins, E. "The argumentative structure of Kant's Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 36, 4 (October 1998): 567-93.

Westphal, K.R. "Is Kant's table of contracts complete?" Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, Supplement (1997): 155-60.

Williams, G. "Kant and the question of meaning." Philosophical Forum, 30, 2 (June 1999): 115-31.

Williams, G. "Nietzsche's response to Kant's morality." Philosophical Forum, 30, 3 (September 1999): 201-216.

Wilson, C. "Savagery and the supersensible: Kant's universalism in historical context." History of European Ideas, 24, 4-5 (1998): 315-30.

Wong, W.C. "On a semantic interpretation of Kant's concept of number." Synthese, 121, 3 (December 1999): 357-83 .

Wood, A. "The final form of Kant's practical philosophy." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, Supplement (1997): 1-20; with response by P. Guyer, "Justice and morality: Comments on Allen Wood," 21-28.

Yovel, Y. "Kant's practical reason as will: Interest, recognition, judgment, and choice." Review of Metaphysics, 52, 2 (December 1998): 267-94.

[see also title by Carson listed under History of Mathematics; by Podoll listed under History of Medicine; by Parret listed under History of Music; by Gosetti listed under Philosophy - Holderlin]]

Leibniz

Bassler, O.B. "Leibniz on the indefinite as infinite." Review of Metaphysics, 51, 4 (June 1998): 849-74.

Bobro, M.E. "Leibniz on embodiment and the moral order." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 37, 3 (Fall 1999): 377-96.

Bobro, M.E. "Thinking machines and moral agency in Leibniz's Nouveaux Essais." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 2 (1998): 178-93.

Crockett, T. "Continuity in Leibniz's mature metaphysics." Philosophical Studies, 94, 1-2 (May 1999): 119-38.

Griffin, M.V. "Leibniz on God's knowledge of counterfactuals." Philosophical Review, 108, 3 (July 1999): 317-43.

Henkel, A.K. "Leibniz bibliography 1998." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 2 (1998) 229-54.

Imlay, R.A. "Contingency, reason and necessary goodness in Leibniz." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 2 (1998): 194-203.

Imlay, R.A. "Leibniz's cosmological argument and the alleged reflexivity of sufficient reason." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 1 (1999): 73-81.

Langford, S., & M. Ramachandran. "Rigidity, occasional identity and Leibniz law." Philosophical Quarterly, 50, 201(October 2000): 518-26.

Levey, S. "Matter and two concepts of continuity in Leibniz." Philosophical Studies, 94, 1-2 (May 1999): 81-118.

Look, B. "From the metaphysical union of mind and body to the real union of monads: Leibniz on supposita and vincula-substantialia." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, 4 (Winter 1998): 505-29.

Look, B. "Leibniz and the substance of the vinculum substantiale." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 38, 2 (April 2000): 203-20.

Loptson, P. "Was Leibniz an idealist?" Philosophy, 74, 289 (July 1999): 361-85.

Menendez Torrellas, G. "Mathematics and harmony. A possible influence of Pythagorean sources on the music theory of Leibniz." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 1 (1999): 34-54.

Mercer, Christia. "Metaphysics matters: the origins and development of Leibniz's metaphysics." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 30-

Nachtomy, O. "The individual's place in the logical space: Leibniz on possible individuals and their relations." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 2 (1998): 161-77.

Rind, M. "What is claimed in a Kantian judgment of taste?" Journal of the History of Philosophy, 38, 1 (January 2000): 63-85

Sleigh, R.C. "Leibniz on freedom and necessity." Philosophical Review, 108, 2 (April 1999): 245-77 [review essay, Robert Adams, Leibniz, Determinist, Theist, and Idealist.]

Smith, J.E. "On the fate of composite substances after 1704." Studia Leibnitiana, 30,2 (1998): 204-10.

Varani, G. "The beginnings of Leibniz's theory of rhetoric: Jakob Thomasius' teachings on rhetoric and Melanchthon's grammatical legacy." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 1 (1999): 6-33.

[see also title by Horstmann listed under History of Science]

Locke

Downing, L. "The status of mechanism in Locke's Essay." Philosophical Review, 107, 3 (July 1998): 381-414.

Ferguson, S. "Are Locke's abstract ideas fictions?" Review of Metaphysics, 53, 1 (September 1999): 127-40.

Holt, L. "Metaphor, history, consciousness: From Locke to Dennett." Philosophical Forum, 30, 3 (September 1999): 187-200.

Jacovides, M. "Cambridge changes of color." Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 81, 2 (June 2000): 142-63 [Locke's porphyry argument].

Jacovides, M. "Locke's resemblance theses." Philosophical Review, 108, 4 (October 1999): 461-96.

Lowe, E.J. "Locke, Martin and substance." Philosophical Quarterly, 50, 201 (October 2000): 498-514.

Martin, R. "Locke's psychology of personal identity." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 38, 1 (January 2000): 41-61.

Noonan, H.W. "Animalism versus Lockeanism: A current controversy." Philosophical Quarterly, 48, 192 (July 1998) 302-18; and see reply by D. Mackie, "Animalism versus Lockeanism: No contest." Philosophical Quarterly, 49, 196 (July 1999): 369-76.

Prinz, J.J. "The duality of content: Locke's theory of reference." Philosophical Studies, 100, 1 (July 2000): 1-34 [nominal/real].

Shapiro, L. "Toward 'perfect collections of properties': Locke on the constitution of substantial sorts." Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 29, 4 (December 1999): 551-92.

Tuckness, A. "The coherence of a mind: John Locke and the law of nature." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 1 (January 1999): 73-90.

Malebranche

Ablondi, F. "Malebranche and knowledge of the soul." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 73, 4 (Fall 1999): 571-81 [influence of Descartes].

Cook, M. "The ontological status of Malebranchean ideas." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 36, 4 (October 1998): 525-44.

Zizek, S. "The Matrix or Malebranche in Hollywood." Philosophy Today, 43, Supplement (1999): 11-26.

Mendelssohn

Brandt, R. "Immanuel Kant: 'Uber de Heilung des Korpers, soweit sie Sache der Philosophen ist'. And, What did Moses Mendelssohn die of?" Kant-Studien, 90, 3 (1999): 354-66.

[see also title by Pardey listed under Philosophy - Kant].

Novalis

Rush, Fred. "Novalis's thought." TLS, 5091 (October 27, 2000): 17 [letter].

Rousseau

[see title by Baier listed under History of Sexuality; see also titles listed under Political Thought - Rousseau].]

Scottish Enlightenment

Lafon, Sylvie. "Si loin, si proche: Les Highlands, les Lowlands et le 'complexe d'éloignement' de l'Écosse des Lumières." Le spectateur européen 1 (2000): 59-74.

Woudenberg, R.V. "Thomas Reid on memory." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 1 (January 1999): 117-33.

[see title by Velasquez listed under Political Thought]

Spinoza

Adamson, G.D. "Bergson's Spinozist tendencies." Philosophy Today, 44, 1 (Spring 2000): 73-85.

Barbone, S., & L. Rice. "Spinoza and necessary existence." Philosophia, 27, 1-2 (March 1999): 87-97.

Gabhart, M. "Spinoza on self-preservation and self-destruction." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 4 (October 1999): 613-28.

Koistinen, O. "On the consistency of Spinoza's modal theory." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, 1 (Spring 1998): 61-80.

Parchment, S. "The mind's eternity in Spinoza's Ethics." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 38, 3 (July 2000): 349-82.

POLITICAL THOUGHT

Alvis, J. "Milton and the Declaration of Independence." Interpretation - A Journal of Political Philosophy, 25, 3 (Spring 1998): 367-405.

Baranger, Denis. "Dossier: citizenship II, the eighteenth-century citizen." European Review of History, 7, 2 (2000): 251-60.

Coleman, J. "The history of political thought in a modern university: The first Henry Tudor memorial lecture (Delivered March 1999, University of Durham)." History of Political Thought, 21, 1 (Spring 2000): 152-71.

Dobuzinskis, Laurent. "Serge Kolm on Social Justice and the Social Contract: A Contextual Analysis and a Critique The European Legacy, 5, 5 (2000): 687-702

* Foley, Michael. The Politics of the British Constitution. Manchester University Press (Political Analyses Series), 1999. viii, 296 pp. ISBN 0-7190-4552-5 - and see H-NET online review, by Michael Les Benedict,"Constitutional Revolution in the United Kingdom," published by H-Law (October, 2000), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=13059971283349

Friedeburg, R.V. "From collective representation to the right to individual defence: James Steuart's Ius Populi Vindicatum and the use of Johannes Althusius' Politica in Restoration Scotland." History of European Ideas, 24, 1 (1998): 19-42.

Gibson, A. "Ancients, moderns and Americans: The republicanism-liberalism debate revisited." History of Political Thought, 21, 2 (Summer 2000): 261-307.

Gordon, F. "Vues Legislatives Pour les Femmes (1790): A reformist-feminist vision - 'And we too are citizens.'" History of Political Thought, 20, 4 (Winter 1999): 649-73.

Hollman, Guy. "The economics of conservatism or the case for mercantilism reassessed." In Gilbert Bonifas (Édit.), Conservatismes anglo-américains, XVIIIe et XIXe siècles (Nice: Centre de recherche sur les écritures de langue anglaise de l'université de Nice-Sophia-Antipolis [coll. Cycnos 16-1], 1999), pp. 117-31. [Anglo-American relations; Tory conception of economic foundations of the British Empire before 1783; Stamp Act (1765); Adam Smith].

Ingram, Allan. "Political hypochondria: the case of James Boswell." In Gilbert Bonifas (Édit.), Conservatismes anglo-américains, XVIIIe et XIXe siècles (Nice: Centre de recherche sur les écritures de langue anglaise de l'université de Nice-Sophia-Antipolis [coll. Cycnos 16-1], 1999), pp. 1-17 [The Hypochondriack Magazine].

laeys, G. "Virtuous commerce and free theology: Political economy and the dissenting academies 1750-1800." History of Political Thought, 20, 1 (Spring 1999): 141-72.

Krannawitter, T.L. "Constitutional government and judicial power: The political science of The Federalist." Interpretation - A Journal of Political Philosophy, 27, 1 (Fall 1999): 43-69.

Kubik, T.R.W. "How far the sword? Militia tactics and politics in the Commonwealth of Oceana." History of Political Thought, 19, 2 (Summer 1998): 186-212.

Kymlicka, W., & C. Straehle. "Cosmopolitanism, nation-states, and minority nationalism: A critical review of recent literature." European Journal of Philosophy, 7, 1 (April 1999): 65-88.

Luoma-Aho, Mika. "Carl Schmitt and the Transformation of the Political Subject." The European Legacy, 5, 5 (2000): 703-16.

Michaelis, L. "The deadly goddess: Friedrich Hölderlin on politics and fate." History of Political Thought, 20, 2 (Summer 1999): 225-49.

Molivas, G. "From religion to politics: The expression of opinion as the common ground between religious liberty and political participation in the eighteenth-century conception of natural rights." History of Political Thought, 21, 2 (Summer 2000): 237-60.

O'Sullivan, L. "Michael Oakeshott on European political history." History of Political Thought, 21, 1 (Spring 2000): 132-51.

Pitt, A. "The religion of the moderns: Freedom and authenticity in Constant's De la religion." History of Political Thought, 21, 1 (Spring 2000): 67-87.

Pocock, J.G.A. "Enlightenment and Counter-Enlightenment, revolution and counter-revolution: A Eurosceptical enquiry." History of Political Thought, 20, 1 (Spring 1999): 125-39.

Salmon, J.H.M. "Liberty by degrees: Raynal and Diderot on the British constitution." History of Political Thought, 20, 1 (Spring 1999): 87-106.

Steinberger, P.J. "The standard view of the categorical imperative." Kant-Studien, 90, 1 (1999): 91-99.

Sturm, T. "State of the art and horizons of the Akademie edition of Immanuel Kant's collected works: Report of a conference of the Deutsche-Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) at the University of Marburg, July 1-4, 1998." Kant-Studien, 90, 1 (1999): 100-106.

Sturm, T. "Kant's complete works, Wordcruncher-for-Windows version." Kant-Studien, 90, 1 (1999): 107-110.

Sturm, T. "Kant in context, works on CD-ROM for Windows." Kant-Studien, 90, 1 (1999): 107-110.

Velasquez, E.A. "The Scottish Enlightenment in thought and practice." Interpretation - A Journal of Political Philosophy, 27, 3 (Spring 2000): 279-304 [review essay].

Whatmore, R. "The political economy of Jean-Baptiste Say's Republicanism." History of Political Thought, 10, 3 (Fall 1998): 439-56.

Wokler, R. "The manuscript authority of political thoughts." History of Political Thought, 20, 1 (Spring 1999): 107-23.

* Zarka, Yves Charles. L'autre voie de la subjectivité. Six études sur le sujet et le droit naturel au XVIIè siècle. Paris: Beauchesne (coll. "Le grenier à sel"), 2000. 136 pp.

§ History of European Ideas, 25, 1-2 (1999) includes the papers of a symposium on Melvin Richter's History of Political and Social Concepts, a Critical Introduction - titles include J.C. Tronto, Introduction; J.Z. Muller, "Begriffsgeschichte: Origins and prospects" (3-7); J. Schmidt, "How historical is Begriffsgeschichte?" (9-14); D. Armitage, "Answering the call: The history of political social concepts in English" (15-22); D. Gordon, "Modernity and its discontents: Some critical thoughts on conceptual history" (23-29); M. Richter, "Reply to comments" (31-37).

Bentham

Lieberman, D. "Jeremy Bentham: Biography and intellectual biography." History of Political Thought, 20, 1 (Spring 1999): 187-204.

Molivas, G. "A right, utility and the definition of liberty as a negative idea: Richard Hey and the Benthamite conception of liberty." History of European Ideas, 25, 1-2 (1999): 75-92.

Mongin, P., & N. Sigot. "Halevy's Bentham is Bentham." Philosophy, 74, 288 (April 1999): 271-81.

Rosen, F. "James Burns and Jeremy Bentham." History of Political Thought, 20, 1 (Spring 1999): 3-6.

Schofield, P. "Political and religious radicalism in the thought of Jeremy Bentham." History of Political Thought, 20, 2 (Summer 1999): 272-91.

Rosen, F. "Crime, punishment and liberty." History of Political Thought, 20, 1 (Spring 1999): 173-85 [Montesquieu, Beccaria, Bentham].

Fichte

Herbert, G.B. "Fichte's deduction of rights from self-consciousness." Interpretation - A Journal of Political Philosophy, 25, 2 (Winter 1998): 201-22.

Burke

Bourke, R. "Sovereignty, opinion and revolution in Edmund Burke." History of European Ideas, 25, 3 (1999): 99-120.

Capet, Antoine. "La correspondance conservatrice du whig Burke." In Gilbert Bonifas, [Édit], Conservatismes anglo-américains, XVIIIe et XIXe siècles (Nice: Centre de recherche sur les écritures de langue anglaise de l'université de Nice-Sophia-Antipolis [coll. Cycnos 16-1], 1999) pp. 19-34.

Kremer, M. "Liberty and revolution in Burke's Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol." Interpretation - A Journal of Political Philosophy, 26, 1 (Fall 1998): 77-97.

Hobbes

Biletzki, A, "Thomas Hobbes: Telling the story of the science of politics." Philosophy and Rhetoric, 33, 1 (2000): 59-73

* Foisneau, Luc. Hobbes et la toute-puissance de Dieu. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France (coll. "Fondements de la politique"), 2000. 421 pp.

Lister, A. "Scepticism and pluralism in Thomas Hobbes's political thought." History of Political Thought, 19, 1 )Spring 1998): 35-50.

Murphy, M.C. "Desire and ethics in Hobbes's Leviathan: A response to Professor Deigh." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 38, 2 (April 2000): 259-68.

Paden, R. "Monomania and the war of all against all." Philosophia, 27, 1-2 (March 1999): 69-86 [Leviathan].

Patapan, H. "'Lord over the children of pride': The vaine-glorious rhetoric of Hobbes's Leviathan." Philosophy and Rhetoric, 33, 1 (2000): 74-93.

Slomp, G. "From genus to species: The unravelling of Hobbesian glory." History of Political Thought, 19, 4 (Winter 1998): 552-69.

Tarlton, C.D. "Rehabilitating Hobbes: Obligation, anti-fascism and the myth of a 'Taylor thesis.'" History of Political Thought, 10, 3 (Fall 1998): 407-38.

Tarlton, C.D. "'To avoyd the present stroke of death': Despotical dominion, force, and legitimacy in Hobbes's Leviathan." Philosophy, 74, 288 (April 1999): 221-45.

Zagorin, P. "Hobbes without Grotius." History of Political Thought, 21, 1 (Spring 2000): 16-40.

Hume

Stafford, J.M. "Hume on luxury: A response to John Dennis." History of Political Thought, 20, 4 (Winter 1999): 646-48.

Kant

Beck, G. "Autonomy, history and political freedom in Kant's political philosophy." History of European Ideas, 25, 5 (1999): 217-41.

Levinger, M. "Kant and the origins of Prussian constitutionalism." History of Political Thought, 19, 2 (Summer 1998): 241-63.

Flikschuh, K. "Freedom and constraint in Kant's Metaphysical Elements of Justice." History of Political Thought, 20, 2 (Summer 1999): 250-71.

Galvin, R.E. "Slavery and universalizability." Kant-Studien, 90, 2 (1999): 191-203.

Orend, B. "Kant's just war theory." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 37, 2 (April 1999): 323-53.

Savadogo, M. "Kant and politics." Kant-Studien, 90, 3 (1999): 306-21 [Plato; Aristotle].

Wit, E.J.C. "Kant and the limits of civil obedience." Kant-Studien, 90, 3 (1999): 285-305.

Locke

Chase, B. "John Locke and cultural relativism." Interpretation - A Journal of Political Philosophy, 25, 1 (Fall 1997): 59-90.

Chen, S. "Locke's political arguments for toleration." History of Political Thought, 19, 2 (Summer 1998): 167-85.

Michael, M.A. "Locke's Second Treatise and the literature of government." Interpretation - A Journal of Political Philosophy, 25, 3 (Spring 1998): 407-27.

Mandeville

* Prior, Charles W. A., ed. Mandeville and Augustan Ideas: New Essays. Victoria, B.C.: University of Victoria (English Literary Studies Monograph Series, No. 83), 2000. 140 pp. ISBN 0-920604-73-0. Essays include: Charles W. A. Prior, "Introduction" (9-15); J. A. W. Gunn, "'State Hypochondriacks' Dispraised: Mandeville versus the Active Citizen" (16-34 ); Gordon Schochet, "Mandeville's Free Thoughts and the Eighteenth-Century Debates on 'Toleration' and the English Constitution" (35-50); Charles W. A. Prior, "'The Leave Complaints': Mandeville, Anti-Catholicism, and English Orthodoxy" (51-70); M. M. Goldsmith, Mandeville's Pernicious System" (71-84); Malcolm Jack, "Mandeville, Johnson, Morality and Bees" (85-96); Thomas Stumpf, "Mandeville, Asceticism, and the Spare Diet of the Golden Age" (97-116); Irwin Primer, "Mandeville on War" (117-40).

Stafford, J.M. "Private vices, public benefits? The contemporary reception of Bernard Mandeville." History of Political Thought, 20, 2 (Summer 1999): 392 [Reply to Charles Prior's review].

Montesquieu

Carrithers, D.W. "Montesquieu's philosophy of punishment." History of Political Thought, 19, 2 (Summer 1998): 213-40.

Desserud, D. "Commerce and political participation in Montesquieu's letter to Domville." History of European Ideas, 25, 3 (1999): 135-51.

Rousseau

Butterworth, C.E. "A cornucopia of Rousseau translations." Interpretation - A Journal of Political Philosophy, 27, 1 (Fall 1999): 71-79.

Lenoir, N. "The concept of political domination in Jean-Jacques Rousseau." Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 39, 2 (Spring 2000): 317-37.

Putterman, E. "The role of public opinion in Rousseau's conception of property." History of Political Thought, 20, 3 (Fall 1999): 417-37.

Yousef, N. "Natural man as imaginary animal: The challenge of facts and the place of animal life in Rousseau's Discourse on the Origins of Inequality." Interpretation - A Journal of Political Philosophy, 27, 3 (Spring 2000): 205-29.

Smith

Darwall, S. "Sympathetic liberalism: Recent work on Adam Smith." Philosophy and Public Affairs, 28, 2 (Spring 1999): 139-64.

Salter, J. "Sympathy with the poor: Theories of punishment in Hugo Grotius and Adam Smith." History of Political Thought, 20, 2 (Summer 1999): 205-24.

[and see title by Harpham listed under Economics - Smith]

Spinoza

Frankel, S. "Politics rhetoric: The intended audience of Spinoza's Tractatus Theologico-Politicus." Review of Metaphysics, 52, 4 (June 1999): 897-924.

RUSSIA - HISTORY

* Lieven, Domenic. Empire: The Russian Empire and Its Rivals. John Murray, 2000. 486 pp. ISBN 0-7195-5243-5 - and see review by Richard Pipes, "How earth's proud empires pass away," TLS, 5090 (October 20, 2000): 28-9.

* Montefiore, Simon Sebag. Prince of Princes: The Life of Potemkin. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2000. 649 pp. ISBN 0-297-81902-X - and see review by Peter Nasmyth, "Cyclops and Catherine," TLS, 5090 (October 20, 2000): 28.

SCOTLAND - HISTORY

Allan, D. "'In-the-bosome-of-a-shaddowie-grove': Sir George Mackenzie and the consolations of retirement." History of European Ideas, 25, 5 (1999): 251-73.

Leneman, Leah. "'No unsuitable match': defining rank in eighteenth and early nineteenth-century Scotland." Journal of Social History, 33, 3 (2000): 665-82.

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

Boswell

Beveridge, A. "'Teetering on the verge of complete sanity': Boswell's life of Boswell." Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 93, 8 (August 2000): 434-37.

* Sisman, Adam. Boswell's Presumptuous Task. Hamish Hamilton, 2000. 416 pp. ISBN 0-241-17637-7 -- - and see review by Bella Bathurst, "Scotchman's noblest prospect," TLS, 5092 (November 3, 2000): 36.

[see also title by Ingram listed under Political Thought].

SPAIN

Barrientos, Joaquin Alvarez. "'Pathos dramatico' de 1750 a 1808 El libro de I.L. McClelland traducido al espanol." Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 77, 2 (2000): 93-96.

THEATRE HISTORY

* Charlton, David. French Opera 1730-1830: Meaning and Media. Ashgate, 2000. 390 pp. ISBN 0-86078-782-6

* Charlton, David, & Mark Ledbury, eds. Michel Sedaine (1719-1797): Theatre, Opera and Art. Ashgate, 2000. 256 pp. ISBN 1-84014-677-X [Sedaine was French librettist and playwright].

Dobson, M. "A dog at all things: the transformation of the onstage canine, 1550-1850." Performance Research, 5,2 (2000): 116-24.

* Sadler, Graham, & Caroline Wood. French Baroque Opera: A Reader. Ashgate, 2000. 220 pp. ISBN 1-84014-241-3

THEORY & CRITICISM

Bloodsworth, M.K. "Embodiment and ambiguity: Luce Irigaray, sexual difference, and 'race.'" International Studies in Philosophy, 31, 2 (1999): 69-90.

Burke, V.I. "The politics of contradiction: Feminism and the self." Philosophy Today, 44, 1 (Spring 2000): 44-50.

Colapietro, V. "American evasions of Foucault." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 36, 3 (Fall 1998): 329-51.

Colebrook, C. "The future-to-come: Derrida and the ethics of history." Philosophy Today, 42, 4 (Winter 1998): 347-60.

Daigler, M.A. "Being as act and potency in the philosophy of Paul Ricoeur." Philosophy Today, 42, 4 (Winter 1998): 375-85.

Davey, J. R. Nicholas. "Writing and the in-between." Word and Image, 16, 4 (2000): 378-86.

* Derrida, Jacques. Monolingualism of the Other: Or, The Prosthesis of Origin. Tr. Patrick Mensah. Cambridge University Press, 2000. 93 pp. ISBN 0-8047-3289-2 - and see review by Simon Glendinning, "You're speaking," TLS, 5092 (November 3, 2000): 28.

Deutscher, P. "Love discourses, sexed discourses? Luce Irigaray's Etre deux." Continental Philosophy Review, 33, 2 (April 2000): 113-31.

Edgar, A. "Adorno and musical analysis." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 57, 4 (Fall 1999): 439-49.

Fisher, L. "Sexual difference, phenomenology, and alterity." Philosophy Today, 43, Supplement (1999): 68-75.

Fugmann, Nicole. "Theorizing critical space: contemporary literary theory and intellectual history." Intellectual News, 8 (Summer 2000): 98-108.

Haslanger, S. "Gender and race: (What) are they? (What) do we want them to be?" Nous, 34, 1 (March 2000): 31-55.

Holm, E., & P. Cilliers. "Beyond the politics of positionality: deconstruction and feminism." South African Journal of Philosophy-Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Wysbegeerte, 17, 4 (November 1998) 377-94 [Derrida].

* Howells, Christina. Derrida: Deconstruction from Phenomenology to Ethics. Oxford: Polity, 2000. 175 pp. ISBN 0-7456-1167-2 (paper) - and see review by Simon Glendinning, "You're speaking," TLS, 5092 (November 3, 2000): 28.

Hurst, A. "Sign and subject: subjectivity after poststructuralism." South African Journal of Philosophy-Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Wysbegeerte, 17, 2 (May 1998): 112-25.

Jackson, J.E. "On literary subjectivity in the seventeenth century." Diogenes, 182 (1998): 75-88.

John, E. "Reading fiction and conceptual knowledge: Philosophical thought in literary context." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 56, 4 (Fall 1998): 331-48.

Kaufman, C. "The unforced force of the more familiar argument: A critique of Habermas' theory of communicative rationality." Philosophy Today, 43, 4 (Winter 1999): 348-60.

Kushner, E. "'Sire-the-people-are-hungry!' - 'Let-them-have-symbols!' - Literary and linguistic studies in the 20th and 21st centuries." Diogenes, 185 (1999): 49-55.

Leddy, T.W. "Naive realism in philosophy of literature." Philosophy Today, 43, 1 (Spring 1999): 100-107.

Louw, D.J. "Towards a decolonized assessment of the religious other." South African Journal of Philosophy-Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Wysbegeerte, 18, 4 (November 1999): 390-407.

Mullin, A. "Adorno, art theory, and feminist practice." Philosophy Today, 44, 1 (Spring 2000): 16-30.

Neil, D. "The uses of anachronism - Deleuze's history of the subject." Philosophy Today, 42, 4 (Winter 1998): 418-31.

Nuyen, A.T. "Lyotard's postmodern ethics and the normative question." Philosophy Today, 42, 4 (Winter 1998): 411-17.

Offen, Karen. "Weighing Women's Words." The European Legacy, 5, 5 (2000): 737-41.

Olivier, B. "Freud and Lyotard on civilization." South African Journal of Philosophy-Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Wysbegeerte, 17, 2 (May 1998): 126-41.

Palmer, D.E. "On refusing who we are: Foucault's critique of the epistemic subject." Philosophy Today, 42, 4 (Winter 1998): 402-10.

Phillips, J. "Two theories of fictional discourse." American Philosophical Quarterly, 37, 2 (April 2000): 107-19.

Postl, G. "Of ghosts, commodities, and women: Irigaray and Derrida." Philosophy Today, 43, Supplement (1999): 62-67.

Rowe, M.W. "How do criticism and aesthetic theory fit together?" British Journal of Aesthetics, 40, 1 (January 2000): 115-32.

Ruprecht, L.A. "So you do theory, do you?" Philosophy Today, 42, 4 (Winter 1998): 439-47.

Soble, A. ":Bad apples: Feminist politics and feminist scholarship." Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 29, 3 (September 1999): 354-88.

* Tom, Ralf. Zwischen Rezeption und Revision: Derrida in der amerikanischen Literaturwissenschaft, mit besonderer Berűcksichtigung der "Yale-critics." Peter Lang, 2000. 231 S. ISBN 3-631-36218-8 [Derrida, de Man, Hillis Miller, Joseph Riddell, Norris, Culler, Leitch, deconstruction, new pragmatism].

Van der Merwe, W.L. "Cultural relativism and the recognition of cultural differences." South African Journal of Philosophy-Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Wysbegeerte, 18, 3 (August 1999): 313-30

White, R. "'Elemental Passions' and the nature of love." Philosophy Today, 43, 1 (Spring 1999): 43-48 [Luce Irigaray].

Venema, H. "Am I the text? A reflection on Paul Ricoeur's hermeneutic of selfhood." Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 38, 4 (Fall 1999): 765-83.

Ziarek, K. "Proximities: Irigaray and Heidegger on difference." Continental Philosophy Review, 33, 2 (April 2000): 133-58.

Feminist Theory Website - bibliographies, links; topics include aesthetics, art, anarchafeminism, anthropology, body studies, communications & media, critical theory, economics, education, environment, epistemology, essentialism, ethics, history, geography, law, lesbian issues, liberal feminism, literary criticism, Marxism, multi-culturalism, philosophy, political theory, post-colonialism, post-modernism, psychology, radical feminism, religion and spirituality, science, separatism, sexuality, socialist feminism. Available: http://www.cddc.vt.edu/feminism

In Other Words: A Lexicon of Humanities - an ongoing interdisciplinary glossary in 4 sections: Literary Criticism, Rhetoric, Linguistics, and Identity Politics. Bibliography, links to linguistics and literary theory sites. Available: http://www.sil.org/humanities

Women's Studies/Women's Issues Resource Sites - designed for women's studies programs & courses, this virtual library links to many sites, including women's studies programs & research centers around the world. Available: http://www-unix.umbc.edu/~korenman/wmst/links.html

§ Metaphilosophy, 31, 1-2 (January 2000) is a special issue on the philosophy of interpretation. Titles include: J. Margolis, & T. Rockmore, "Introduction: (1); D. Novitz, "Interpretation and justification" (4); S.H. Olsen, "Conventions and rules in literature" (25); J.J.E. Gracia, "Relativism and the interpretation of texts" (43); P. Thom, "On changing the subject" (63); N. Carroll, "Interpretation and intention: The debate between hypothetical and actual intentionalism" (75); P. Lamarque, "Objects of interpretation (Art, constructivism versus imputationalism)" (96); M. Krausz, "Interpretation and its 'metaphysical' entanglements (Singularism, multiplism, ontology, constructive realism)" (125); F.R. Ankersmit, "Representation as the representation of experience" (148); C. Tohaneanu, "Historical knowledge as perspectival and rational: Remarks on the Annales School's idea of history" (169); T. Rockmore, "Interpretation as historical, constructivism, and history" (184); J. Margolis, "Relativism and interpretive objectivity" (200).

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

* Coupe, Lynda Wolfe. Images of the Hunter in American Life and Literature. Peter Lang, 2000. 224 pp. ISBN 0-8204-4555-X

* Schmidt, Klaus H. & Fritz Fleischmann, ed. Early America Re-Explored: New Readings in Colonial, Early National, and Antebellum Culture. Peter Lang, 2000. 616 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-8204-4595-9

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

* Abraham, Henry J. Justices, Presidents, and Senators: A History of the U.S. Supreme Court Appointments from Washington to Clinton. New and revised edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Litttlefield, 1999. xiii, 429 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8476-9605-7 - and see H-NET online review by R.B. Bernstein, "Comings and Goings," published by H-Law (October, 2000). Available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=2038971378975

* Atkinson, David N. Leaving the Bench: Supreme Court Justices at the End. University Press of Kansas, 1999. xiii, 248 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7006-0946-6 (cloth); 0-7006-1058-8 (paper) - and see H-NET online review by R.B. Bernstein, "Comings and Goings," published by H-Law (October, 2000). Available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=2038971378975

* Caron, Nathalie. Thomas Paine contre l'imposture des prêtres. Paris: L'Harmattan (coll. "L'aire anglophone"), 1999.

* Cornell, Saul. The Other Founders: Anti-Federalism and the Dissenting Tradition in America, 1788-1828. University of North Carolina Press, 1999. xvi, 327 pp. ISBN 0-8078-4786-0 - and see H-NET online review by Marcus Daniel, "The Economic Origins of Anti-Federalism?" published by H-SHEAR (October, 2000), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=13798971448317

* Davis, Derek H. Religion and the Continental Congress, 1774-1789: Contributions to Original Intent. Oxford University Press (Religion in America Series), 2000. xv, 309 pp. ISBN 0-19-513355-2 - and see H-NET online review by Gaspare J. Saladino, "The Continental Congress: Politicians or Preachers?" published by H-Law (October, 2000). Available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=20391971901965

* Leibiger, Stuart. Founding Friendship: George Washington, James Madison, and the Creation of the American Republic. University Press of Virginia, 1999. x, 284 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8139-1882-0 - and see H-NET online review by David B. Mattern [Published by H-SHEAR (October, 2000)], available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=13794971448315

Washington

Barger, J. "Washington's Mount Vernon." American History, 34, 5 (December 1999): 46-7 (visitor's guide).

Ferling, J. "The final days." American History, 34, 5 (December 1999): 42 ff.

Fleming, T. "George Washington, spymaster: Without his brilliance at espionage the Revolution could not have been won." American Heritage, 51, 1 (February-March 2000): 45-51.

Reinhardt, R. "The sad end of George and Martha: A true story of their final days on the Florida seashore." American Heritage, 51, 1 (February-March 2000): 57 ff. (the strange fate of a pair of miniature portraits).

[see also title by Doster listed under Material Culture]

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