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                                          (1979-2011)
Abad, Juan Vázques. “Observaciones sobre la noción de causa en el opusculo sobre el movimiento
       de Berkeley.” Analisis Filosofico 6 (1986): 35-44.
Abelove, H. “George Berkeley’s Attitude to John Wesley: the Evidence of a Lost Letter.” Harvard
      Theological Review 70 (1977): 175-76.
Ablondi, Fred. “Berkeley, Archetypes, and Errors.” Southern Journal of Philosophy 43 (2005): 493-
      504.
_____. “Absolute Beginners: Learning Philosophy by Learning Descartes and Berkeley.”
       Metascience 19 (2010): 385-89.
Ackel, Helen. Über den Prozess der menschlichen Erkenntnis bei John Locke und George Berkeley.
       München und Ravensburg: Grin, 2008.
Adamczykowa, Izabella. “The Role of the Subject in the Cognitive Process after George Berkeley:
     Passive for Active Subject?” Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Sklodowska, Sectio 1
     Philosophia-Sociologia 6 (1981): 43-57.
Agassi, Joseph. “The Future of Berkeley’s Instrumentalism.” International Studies in Philosophy 7
       (1975), 167-78.
Airaksinen, Timo. “Berkeley and the Justification of Beliefs [Abstract].” Berkeley Newsletter 8
       (1985), 9.
_____. “Berkeley and the Justification of Beliefs.” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 48
       (1987), 235-56.
_____. “The Chain and the Animal: Idealism in Berkeley’s Siris.” In Gersh and Moran (2006), 224-
       43.
_____. “The Path of Fire: The Meaning and Interpretation of Berkeley’s Siris.” In Daniel, New
       Interpretations (2007), 261-81.
_____. “Berkeley and Newton on Gravity in Siris.” In Parigi (2010b), 87-106.
_____. “Active Principles and Trinities in Berkeley’s Siris.” Revue Philosophique de la France et
       de l’Ėtranger 135 (2010): 57-70.
_____. “Rhetoric and Corpuscularism in Berkeley’s Siris.” History of European Ideas 37 (2011):
       23-34.
_____. “Light and Causality in Siris.” In Airaksinen and Belfrage (2011), 91-118.
_____ and Belfrage, Bertil, eds. Berkeley’s Lasting Legacy: 300 Years Later. Newcastle upon Tyne:
       Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011.
Alejandra Manzo, Silvia. “Eter, espirito animal e causalidade no Siris de George Berkeley: uma
       visao imaterialista da analogia entre macrocosmo e microcosmo.” Scientiae Studia 2 (2004):
       179-205.
Alfonso, Louis, E. “The Notes on the Government and Population of the Kingdom of Naples and
       Berkeley’s Probable Route to Sicily.” Berkeley Newsletter 11 (1989/90): 20-27.
Allaire, Edwin B. “Berkeley’s Idealism: Yet Another Visit.” In Muehlmann (1995), 23-38.
Ameeri, Javed Iqbal. “Factors and Main Trends in Early British Empiricism. An Overview.”

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       Journal of European Studies 8 (1992): 78-93.
Ameriks, Karl. “Idealism from Kant to Berkeley.” In Gersh and Moran (2006), 244-68.
Anapolitanos, D. A. “The Continuous and the Discrete: Leibniz versus Berkeley and Locke.”
      Philosophical Inquiry 13 (1991): 1-24.
Andersen, K. “One of Berkeley’s Arguments on Compensating Errors in the Calculus.” Historia
      mathematica 38 (2011): 219-31.
Ariotti, Piero. “Benedetto Castelli and George Berkeley as Anticipators of Recent Findings on the
        Moon Illusion.” Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 9 (1973): 328-32.
Armogathe, Jean-Robert. “Proofs of the Existence of God.” In Garber (1998), 305-30.
Armstrong, D. M. “The Heart of Berkeley’s Metaphysics: a Reply to Ernest Sosa.” Hermathena 139
      (1985): 162-64.
Arsi’c, Branka. The Passive Eye: Gaze and Subjectivity in Berkeley (via Beckett). Stanford, CA:
        Stanford University Press, 2003.
Asfour, Amal and Williamson, Paul. “Splendid Impositions: Gainsborough, Berkeley, Hume.”
       Eighteenth-Century Studies 31 (1998): 403-32.
Asher, W. O. “Berkeley on Absolute Motion.” History of Philosophy Quarterly 4 (1987): 447-66.
Atherton, Margaret. “The Coherence of Berkeley’s Theory of Mind.” Philosophy and
       Phenomenological Research 43 (1983): 389-400.
_____. Berkeley’s Revolution in Vision. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1990.
_____. “Corpuscles, Mechanism, and Essentialism in Berkeley and Locke.” Journal of the History
       of Philosophy 29 (1991): 47-67.
_____. “Berkeley without God.” In Muehlmann (1995), 231-48.
_____. “Lady Mary Shepherd’s Case against George Berkeley.” British Journal for the History of
       Philosophy 4 (1996): 347-66.
_____. “How to write the History of Vision: Understanding the Relationship between Berkeley and
       Descartes.” In Levin (1997), 139-66.
_____, ed. The Empiricists: Critical Essays on Locke, Berkeley, and Hume. Lanham, MD: Rowman
       & Littlefield, 1999.
_____. “Apprendre à voir: les enseignements de la Défense de la Théorie de la vision.” In Berlioz
       (2003), 135-57.
_____. “Comment Berkeley parvient à maintenir que la neige est blanche.” In Charles (2004), 127-
       44.
_____. “Berkeley’s Theory of Vision and Its Reception.” In Winkler (2005), 94-124.
_____. “The Objects of Immediate Perception.” In Daniel, New Interpretations (2007), 107-19.
_____. “ ‘The Books Are in the Study as Before’: Berkeley’s Claims About Real Physical Objects.”
       British Journal for the History of Philosophy 16 (2008): 85-100.
Ayers, Michael R. “Berkeley’s Immaterialism and Kant’s Transcendental Idealism.” In Idealism
       Past and Present, ed. Godfrey Vesey. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982, 51-
       69.
_____. “Berkeley and the Meaning of Existence.” History of European Ideas 7 (1986): 567-74.
_____. “Theories of Knowledge and Belief.” In Garber (1998), 1003-61.

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_____. “Ideas and Objective Being.” In Garber (1998), 1062-1107.
_____. “Was Berkeley an Empiricist or a Rationalist?” In Winkler (2005), 34-62.
_____. “Berkeley, Ideas, and Idealism.” In Daniel, Reexamining Berkeley (2007), 11-28.
Ayers, Michael and Garber, Daniel. “Theories of Knowledge and Belief.” In Garber (1998), 1003-
       1061.
Baber, H. E. “Berkeley and the Tattletale Paradox.” Idealistic Studies 19 (1989): 79-82.
Baier, Annette. “The Intentionality of Intentions.” Review of Metaphysics 30 (1977): 389-414.
Baladi, Naguib. “Plotin et l’immatérialisme de Berkeley: témoignage de la Siris.” In Plotino e il
        neoplatonismo in Oriente e in Occidente, ed. Enrico Cerulli. Roma: Accademia Nazionale
        dei Lincei, 1974, 597-604.
Barber, Kenneth F. and Gracia, Jorge J. E., eds. Individuation and Identity in Early Modern
       Philosophy. Albany: SUNY Press, 1994.
Bardout, Jean-Christophe. “Berkeley et les métaphysiques de son temps.” Journal of the History of
      Philosophy 46 (2008): 119-139.
Bar-On, A. Z. “Husserl’s Berkeley.” Analecta Husserliana 16 (1983): 353-63.
Barnouw, Jeffrey. “The Two Motives Behind Berkeley’s Expressly Unmotivated Signs: Sure
      Perception and Personal Providence.” In Daniel, New Interpretations (2007), 145-77.
Baum, Robert J. “The Instrumentalist and Formalist Elements of Berkeley’s Philosophy of
      Mathematics.” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 3 (1972): 119-34.
Baxter, Donald. “Berkeley, Perception and Identity.” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research
       51 (1991): 85-98.
_____. “Abstraction, Inseparability and Identity.” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 57
       (1997): 307-30.
Beal, M. W. “Berkeley’s Deletions.” Canadian Journal of Philosophy 6 (1976): 455-78.
Belfrage, Bertil. “A New Dating of Berkeley’s Draft Introduction.” Berkeley Newsletter 1 (1977):
       10-11.
_____. “Notes by Berkeley on Moral Philosophy.” Berkeley Newsletter 2 (1978): 4-7.
_____. “Review of Berkeley, Philosophical Commentaries, edited by George Thomas.” Berkeley
       Newsletter 2 (1978): 10.
_____. “Review of George Pitcher, Berkeley.” Berkeley Newsletter 2 (1978): 10.
_____. “A Summary of Berkeley’s Metaphysics in a Hitherto Unpublished Berkeleian Manuscript.”
       Berkeley Newsletter 3 (1979): 1-4.
_____. “Review of Berkeley, Philosophisches Tagebuch, translated by Wolfgang Breidert.”
       Berkeley Newsletter 3 (1979): 17-19.
_____. “Review of Edwin S. Gaustad, George Berkeley in America.” Berkeley Newsletter 4 (1980):
       16-17.
_____. “Corrigenda to ‘A Summary of Berkeley’s Metaphysics’.” Berkeley Newsletter 4 (1980): 19.
_____. “Review of Berkeley, Drei Dialogen zwischen Hulas und Philonous. Introduced by
       Wolfgang Breidert.” Berkeley Newsletter 4 (1980): 17.
_____. “The Newport Extract of Berkeley’s Passive Obedience.” Berkeley Newsletter 5 (1981): 6-9.


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_____. “An Obscure Supplement to Volume One of Berkeley’s Works.” Berkeley Newsletter 6
       (1982/83): 17-21.
_____. “Dating Berkeley’s Notebook B.” Berkeley Newsletter 7 (1984): 7-13.
_____. “Facts Concerning Berkeley’s Notebooks.” Berkeley Newsletter 7 (1984): 17-22.
_____. “Strata in Berkeley’s Notebooks [Abstract].” Berkeley Newsletter 8 (1985): 10-11.
_____. “The Clash on Semantics in Berkeley’s Notebook A.” Hermathena 139 (1985): 117-26.
_____. “The Order and Dating of Berkeley’s Notebooks.” Revue internationale de philosophie 154
       (1985): 196-214.
_____. “Berkeley’s Theory of Emotive Meaning (1708).” History of European Ideas 7 (1986): 643-
       49.
_____. “Development of Berkeley’s Early Theory of Meaning.” Revue philosophique de la France
       et de l’étranger (1986): 319-30.
_____. “Une nouvelle édition de Berkeley.” Revue philosophique de la France et de l’étranger
       (1986): 367-72.
_____, ed., George Berkeley’s Manuscript Introduction. An editio diplomatica transcribed and
       edited with introduction and commentary. Oxford: Doxa, 1987.
_____. “A Response to M. A. Stewart’s ‘Berkeley’s Introduction Draft’.” Berkeley Newsletter 12
       (1991/92): 1-10.
_____. “The Constructivism of Berkeley’s New Theory of Vision.” In Cummins and Zoeller
       (1992): 167-86.
_____. “Berkeley.” In The Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century British Philosophers, ed. J. W. Yolton,
       J. V. Price, and J. Stephens. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1999, 84-90.
_____. “Vers une nouvelle interprétation de la Théorie de la vision de Berkeley.” In Berlioz (2003),
       159-211.
_____. “The Scientific Background of George Berkeley’s Idealism.” In Gersh and Moran (2006),
       202-23.
_____. “Berkeley’s Four Concepts of the Soul (1707-1709).” In Daniel, Reexamining Berkeley
       (2007), 172-87.
_____. “The Theological Positivism of George Berkeley (1707-1708).” In Lemetti and Piirimäe
       (2007), 37-52.
_____. “A Paradigm Shift in George Berkeley’s Philosophy 1707-1709.” Revue Philosophique de
       la France et de l’Ėtranger 135 (2010), 71-82.
_____. “Berkeley’s Way towards Constructivism, 1707-1709.” In Airaksinen and Belfrage (2011),
       3-14.
Bellemare, Pierre and Raynor, David. “Berkeley’s Letters to le Clerc (1711).” Hermathena 146
      (1989): 7-23.
Benítez, Laura. “El espíritu como principio activo en Berkeley.” Analisis Filosofico 6 (1986): 23-
       34.
Bennett, Jonathan. “On Translating Locke, Berkeley and Hume into English.” Teaching Philosophy
       17 (1994): 261-69.
_____. Learning from Six Philosophers: Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz, Locke, Berkeley, Hume.
       Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2001.

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Benschop, Hans Peter. Berkeley on Method and Metaphysics. Ph. D. diss., University of Leiden,
      1992.
_____. “Berkeley, Lee and Abstract Ideas.” British Journal for the History of Philosophy 5 (1997):
       55-66.
Benson, Charles. “Prior’s Authentic Narrative.” Berkeley Newsletter 3 (1979): 14-15.
Ben-Zeev, A. “Reexamining Berkeley’s Notion of Suggestion.” Conceptus 23 (1989): 21-30.
Berchielli, Laura. “Conoscenza analogica e teoria del significato nell’Alcifrone. Novità e
       tradizione.” In Jaffro, Brykman, Schwartz (2010), 383-92.
Berlioz, Dominique. “G. Berkeley: ‘Of Infinites’.” Revue philosophique (1982): 45-57.
_____. “ ‘To stand for’ et ‘to represent’ dans l’Introduction manuscrite de Berkeley.” Revue
       philosophique de la France et de l’étranger (1986): 331-38.
_____. Berkeley. Un nominalisme réaliste (Paris: J. Vrin, 2000).
_____, ed. Berkeley: Langage de la perception et art de voir. Débats philosophiques. Paris: PUF,
       2003.
_____. “Vision et géométrie chez Berkeley.” in Charles (2004), 145-61.
_____, and Nef, Frederic. “Berkeley ou l’idée contre la représentation.” In Ong-Van-Cung (2006),
       163-77.
Berman, David. “Berkeley’s Letter to H. Clarke.” Berkeley Newsletter 1 (1977): 9.
_____. “Mrs. Berkeley’s Annotations in her Interleaved Copies of An Account of the Life of
       Berkeley (1776).” Hermathena (1977): 15-28.
_____. “A New Berkeley Portrait.” Berkeley Newsletter 2 (1978): 8-9.
_____. “A Note on Berkeley and his Catholic Countrymen.” Long Room 16-17 (1978): 26-28.
_____. “Berkeley’s Letter to Lord Orrey.” Berkeley Newsletter 3 (1979): 12-13.
_____. “Berkeley’s Departure for America: a New Letter.” Berkeley Newsletter 4 (1980): 14.
_____. “Berkeley’s Philosophical Reception after America.” Archiv fûr Geschichte der Philosophie
       62 (1980): 311-20.
_____. “Bishop Berkeley and the Fountains of Living Waters.” Hermathena 128 (1980): 21-31.
_____. “Cognitive Theology and Emotive Mysteries in Berkeley’s Alciphron.” Proceedings of the
       Royal Irish Academy (1981): 219-29.
_____. “Did Berkeley Write Guardian 130?” Berkeley Newsletter 5 (1981): 10-13.
_____ and Berman, Jill. “The Fountains Portraits of Bishop Berkeley.” Apollo (1982): 76-79.
_____. “Beckett and Berkeley.” Irish University Review (1984): 42-45.
_____. “Review of The Guardian, edited by John Calhoun Stephens.” Berkeley Newsletter 7
       (1984): 23-26.
_____. “Berkeley and the Moon Illusion.” Revue internationale de philosophie 154 (1985): 215-22.
_____. “George Berkeley: Pictures by Goldsmith, Yeats and Luce.” Hermathena 139 (1985): 9-23.
_____. “Berkeley’s Semantic Revolution: 19 November 1707 — 11 January 1708.” History of
       European Ideas 7 (1986): 603-8.
_____. “Berkeley’s Siris and the ‘Whiskey Patriots’.” Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 1 (1986): 200-
       203.
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_____. “The Jacobitism of Berkeley’s Passive Obedience.” Journal of the History of Ideas 47
       (1986): 309-19.
_____, ed. George Berkeley. Eighteenth-Century Responses. New York-London: Garland, 1989, 2
       vols. In Pitcher (1988-1989).
_____, ed. George Berkeley, Alciphron, or the Minute Philosopher: in Focus. London; New York:
       Routledge, 1993.
_____. George Berkeley: Idealism and the Man. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994.
_____. Berkeley and Irish Philosophy. London and New York: Continuum, 2005.
_____. “Berkeley’s Life and Works.” In Winkler (2005), 13-33.
_____. “The Distrustful Philosopher: Berkeley between the Devils and the Deep Blue Sea of Faith.”
       In Parigi (2010b), 141-57.
Bermudez, Jose Luis. “The Adequacy of Simple Ideas in Locke: A Rehabilitation of Berkeley’s
      Criticisms.” Locke Newsletter 23 (1992): 347-54.
Bernabei, Andrea. “Il ‘cieco di Molyneux’: un problema di percezione visiva nella Francia
      illuminista.” Rivista critica di storia della filosofia 30 (1975): 132-66.
Bertini, Daniele, ed. George Berkeley, Saggio su una nuova teoria della visione-Trattato sui
        principi della conoscenza umana. Milano: R.C.S., 2004.
_____, ed. George Berkeley, Alcifrone. Milano: R.C.S., 2005.
_____. “Berkeley”, in Enciclopedia filosofica, edited by V. Melchiorre. Milano: Rizzoli, 2006, vol.
       II, 1205-13.
_____. “Shaftesbury, Mandeville, Berkeley e il mito del contratto sociale.” Fenomenologia e
       Società 29 (2006): 128-45.
_____. “Hume e l’immaterialismo.” Aquinas 49 (2006): 621-35.
_____. Sentire Dio. L’immaterialismo come via per un’interpretazione mistica dell’esperienza.
       Assisi: Cittadella Editrice, 2007.
______. “Berkeley and Gentile: A Reading of Berkeley’s Master Argument.” Idealistic Studies 37
      (2007), 43-50.
______. “Μεστὰ πάντα σημείων: Plotinus, Leibniz, and Berkeley on Determinism.” In Late Antique
      Epistemology: Other Ways to Truth, ed. Panayiota Vassilopoulou and Stephen R. L. Clark.
      Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009, 211-27.
______. “Berkeley, Theology and Bible Scholarship.” In Parigi (2010b), 123-39.
______. “La critica berkeleiana dell’autonomia morale.” In Jaffro, Brykman, Schwartz (2010), 309-
      18.
Bettcher, Talia Mae. “Berkeley on Self-Consciousness.” In Daniel, New Interpretations 2007, 179-
       202.
_____. Berkeley’s Philosophy of Spirit: Consciousness, Ontology and the Elusive Subject. London:
       Continuum Publishing, 2007.
______ Berkeley: a guide for the perplexed. London, New York : Continuum, 2008.
______“Berkeley and Hume on Self and Self-Consciousness.” In Topics in Early Modern
      Philosophy of Mind, edited by Jon Miller. Netherlands: Springer (2009), 193-222.
_____. “Abstraction: Berkeley Against Locke.” In Airaksinen and Belfrage (2011), 135-55.

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_____. “Berkeley’s Theory of Mind: Some New Models.” Philosophy Compass 6 (2011): 689-98.
Beyhl, Helmut. Bischof Berkeley, der Mann, der den gesunden Menschenverstand tanzen lässt: das
       ‘Problem’ des Beweises der Realität der Außenwelt. Ph. D. Diss. University of Berlin, 1990.
Beyssade, Jean-Marie. “L’expérience du rêve et l’extétiorité (de Descartes à Berkeley).” Revue
      philosophique de la France et de l’étranger 111 (1986): 355-66.
_____. “Philosophie et apologétique chez Berkeley.” Revue philosophique de la France et de
       l’étranger (1986): 377-84.
Bird, Graham, ed. A Companion to Kant. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2006.
Blackith, Robert. “A Berkeleian Time-Warp.” Berkeley Newsletter 10 (1987/88): 1-4.
Blake, J. B. “Addenda to Keynes: a Bibliography of Berkeley.” Bibliographical Society of America
       Papers 73 (1979): 337-40.
Blay, Michel. “Deux moments de la critique du calcul infinitésimal : Michel Rolle et George
       Berkeley.” Revue d’Histoire des sciences 39 (1983): 223-53.
Bolton, Martha Brandt. “Berkeley’s Objection to Abstract Ideas and Unconceived Objects,” in Sosa
       (1987), 61-81.
_____. “Berkeley and Mental Representation: Why Not a Lockean Theory of Ideas?.” In Daniel,
       New Interpretations (2007), 77-106.
_____. “Belief and Its Objects in Berkeley’s System.” In Airaksinen and Belfrage (2011), 251-73.
Boman, Eugene C. “Casting Out Beams: Berkeley’s Criticism of the Calculus.” New York State
     Mathematics Teachers’ Journal 60 (2010): 9-13.
Bonk, Sigmund. Immaterialismus: Darstellung und Verteidigung von George Berkeleys
       Gottesbeweis und immaterialistischem Weltbild. München, 1990.
_____. “George Berkeleys Gottesbeweis.” Neue Zeitschrift für systematische Theologie und
       Religionsphilosophie 36 (1994): 268-83.
_____. “George Berkeleys Nachweis einer gottlichen Vorsehung.” Neue Zeitschrift für
       systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie 39 (1997): 176-90.
_____. “George Berkeley’s Theory of Time: ‘A-Total-Disaster’.” Studia Leibnitiana 29 (1997):
       198-210.
_____. “We see God”: George Berkeley’s Philosophical Theology. Frankfurt am Main: Lang, 1997.
_____. Abschied von der Anima mundi: die britische Philosophie im Vorfeld der industriellen
       Revolution. Freiburg, Breisgau: Alber, 1999.
Bordner, S. Seth “Berkeley’s ‘Defense’ of ‘Commonsense’.” Journal of the History of Philosophy
      49 (2011): 315-38.
Borges, Jorge Luis. “Berkeley’s Crossroads.” Berkeley Newsletter 14 (1995/96): 5-12.
Botterill, George. “God and First Person in Berkeley.” Philosophy 82 (2007): 87-114.
Bouveresse-Quilliot Renée, ed. Cahiers d’histoire de la philosophie: Berkeley. Bourgogne: Centre
      Gaston Bachelard, 2000.
Bowen, Timothy W. Ontological Commitment in George Berkeley and David Lewis : the Role of
      Common Sense. Ph. D. dissertation. University of Oxford, 2008.
Božovič, Miran. Der grosse Andere: Gotteskonzepte in der Philosophie der Neuzeit. Wien: Turia
       und Kant, 1993.

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_____; Klun, Branko; and Mervič, Stojan. Vprašanje Boga pri Berkeleyj : diplomska naloga.
       Ljubljana: [S. Mervič] (2008).
Bracken, Harry M. “Berkeley: Irish Cartesian.” Philosophical Studies 24 (1976): 39-51.
_____. “Bayle, Berkeley, and Hume.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 11 (1977): 227-45.
_____. “Realism and Greek Philosophy: What Berkeley Saw and Burnyeat Missed [Abstract].”
       Berkeley Newsletter 8 (1985): 10.
_____. “Realism and Greek Philosophy: What Berkeley Saw and Burnyeat Missed.” Hermathena
       139 (1985): 63-80.
_____. “On Some Points in Bayle, Berkeley, and Hume.” History of Philosophy Quarterly 4
       (1987): 435-46.
______.“The Other Bishop Berkeley: An Exercise in Reenchantment (review).” Journal of the
      History of Philosophy 46 (2008): 177.
Bradatan, Costica. “Berkeley and Liber Mundi.” Minerva. An Internet Journal of Philosophy 3
       (1999), University of Limerick, Ireland.
_____. “Waiting for the eschaton: Berkeley’s ‘Bermuda Scheme’ Between Earthly Paradise and
       Educational Utopia.” Utopian Studies 14 (2003): 36-50.
_____. “Philosophy as Palimpsest. In Search for an Immemorial Wisdom.” Existentia: An
       International Journal of Philosophy 14 (2004): 337-44.
_____. “ ‘God is Dreaming You’: Narrative as Imitatio Dei in Miguel de Unamuno.” Janus Head: A
       Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Continental Philosophy, Literature,
       Phenomenological Psychology and the Arts 7 (2004): 453-46.
_____. “Review: Branka Arsic, The Passive Eye: Gaze and Subjectivity in Berkeley (via Beckett).”
       Philosophy 24 (2004): 237-39.
_____. “‘One is All, and All is One.’ The Great Chain of Being in Berkeley’s Siris.” In O’Gorman
       and Donald (2005), 63-82.
_____. “George Berkeley’s ‘Universal Language of Nature’.” In Klaas van Berkel and Vanderjagt
       (2005), 71-84.
_____. Introduction to George Berkeley, Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge.
       New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 2006.
_____. “Rhetoric of Faith and Patterns of Persuasion in Berkeley’s ‘Alciphron’.” Heythrop Journal
       47 (2006): 544-61.
______. The Other Bishop Berkeley: An Exercise in Re-enchantment. New York: Fordham
      University Press, 2006.
_____. “George Berkeley e a tradição platônica.” Tr. Jaimir Conte. Princípios: Revista de Filosofia
       16 (2009): 257-84.
Bradshaw, D. E. “Berkeley and Hume on Abstraction and Generalization.” History of Philosophy
      Quarterly 5 (1988): 11-22.
Brandt, Reinhard. “Historical Observations on the Genesis of the Three-dimensional Optical
       Picture.” Ratio 17 (1975): 176-90.
Braund, Michael J. From inference to affordance: the problem of visual depth-perception in the
      optical writings of Descartes, Berkeley, and Gibson. St. Catharines, Ont.: Brock University,
      Dept. of Philosophy, 2008.

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Bravo, Hamdi. “The Problem of Primary and Secondary Qualities in Locke and Berkeley” [in
       Turkish]. Felsefe ve Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi [Journal of Philosophy and Social Sciences] 5
       (2008): 59-80.
Brayton, Alice. George Berkeley in Apulia. Boston: Merrymount, 1946 (republished 2007).
Breidert, Wolfgang. “Corrigendum.” Berkeley Newsletter 2 (1978): 13.
_____. “Einleitung” to George Berkeley, Drei Dialoge. Hamburg: Felix Meiner Verlag, 1980.
_____. “Die Rezeption Berkeleys in Deutschland im 18 Jahrhundert.” Revue internationale de
       philosophie 154 (1985): 223-41.
_____. “George Berkeley (1685-1753).” Fridericana Zeitschrift der Universität Karlsruhe 36
       (1985): 3-13.
_____. “On Some Marginal Signs in the Philosophical Commentaries.” Berkeley Newsletter 8
       (1985): 7-8.
_____. “With the Infinite God Against the Mathematics of Infinity [Abstract].” Berkeley Newsletter
       8 (1985): 11-12.
_____. “Berkeley’s De Ludo Algebraico and Notebook B.” Berkeley Newsletter 9 (1986): 12-14.
_____. “Berkeley’s Kritik an der Infinitesimalrechnung.” Studia Leibnitiana 14 (1986): 185-91.
_____. “On the Early Reception of Berkeley in Germany.” In Sosa (1987), 231-41.
_____, ed., George Berkeley, Versuch über eine Theorie des Sehens und Die Theorie des Sehens ..
       verteidigt und erklär. Hamburg: Felix Meiner, 1987.
_____. “Review: Essays on Berkeley, edited by John Foster and Howard Robinson.” Archiv für
       Geschichte der Philosophie 69 (1987): 315-21.
_____. “Schopenhauer und Berkeley.” Schopenhauer-Jahrbuch 69 (1988): 373-85.
_____. George Berkeley 1685-1753. Basel: Birkhauser, 1989.
_____. “Berkeley, George.” In Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche, vol. 2, 1994, col. 260.
_____, Einleitung in George Berkeley, Alciphron oder der Kleine Philosoph. Translated by Luise
       und Friedrich Raab; edited by Wolfgang Breidert. Hamburg: Felix Meiner, 1996.
_____. “Berkeley’s Sources in Mathematics.” In Brykman (1997), 49-58.
_____. “George Berkeley. Philosophie des Immaterialismus.” In Philosophen des 18. Jahrhunderts,
       edited by Kreimendahl and Lothar. Darmstadt, 2000, 68-86.
_____. “Berkeley’s Defence of Infinite God in the Contrast to the Infinite in Mathematics.” In
       Koetsier and Bergmans (2005), 499-508.
_____. “Berkeley Poeticized.” In Daniel, Reexamining Berkeley (2007), 214-29.
_____. “Die Ambivalenz von Vorurteilen bei Berkeley.” In Jaffro, Brykman, Schwartz (2010), 287-
       95.
Breuninger, Scott Christopher. Morals, the Market, and History: George Berkeley and Social Virtue
       in Early Eighteenth-Century Thought. Ph. D. diss., University of Wisconsin, 2002.
________. “Rationality and Revolution: Rereading Berkeley’s Sermons on Passive Obedience.”
      New Hibernia Review 12 (2008): 63-86.
_______. Recovering Bishop Berkeley : Virtue and Society in the Anglo-Irish Context. New York :
      Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.


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_____. “Planting an Asylum for Religion: Berkeley’s Bermuda Scheme and the Transmission of
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