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  • 1734. The Analyst, 60–92.
  • Secondary

    • R.H. Nichols and F A. Wray (1935). The History of the Foundling Hospital. London: Oxford Univ. Press.  p. 349.
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    • Muehlmann, Robert G. (1992). Berkeley's Ontology. Indianapolis/Cambridge: Hackett Publishing Company.  
      • "Shows a thorough mastery of the literature on Berkeley, along with very perceptive remarks about the strength and weaknesses of most of the central commentators. ... Exhibits a mastery of all the material, both primary and secondary..." Charles Larmore, for the Editorial Board, Journal of Philosophy.
      • R. Muehlmann is one of the Berkeley Prize Winners.
    • New Interpretations of Berkeley's Thought. Ed. by S. H. Daniel. N. Y.: Humanity Books, 2008, 319 pp. ISBN 978-1-59102-557-3.
    • Edward Chaney (2000), 'George Berkeley's Grand Tours: The Immaterialist as Connoisseur of Art and Architecture', in E. Chaney, The Evolution of the Grand Tour: Anglo-Italian Cultural Relations since the Renaissance, 2nd ed. London, Routledge. ISBN 0714644749
    • Costica Bradatan (2006), The Other Bishop Berkeley. An Exercise in Reenchantment, Fordham University Press, New York
    • Paul Strathern (2000). Berkeley in ninety minutes. Ivan R. Dee.  
    • Brook, Richard J. (1973). Berkeley's Philosophy of Science. The Hague:  
    Secondary literature available on the Internet
    • Most sources listed below are suggested by Dr. Talia M. Bettcher in Berkeley: a Guide for the Perplexed (2008). See the textbook's description.
    • Berman, David. George Berkeley: Idealism and the Man. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994.
    • .The Cambridge Companion to Berkeley (EPUP, Google Books, and in PDF format). Ed. by Kenneth P. Winkler. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. ISBN 0-521-45033-0 ISBN 9780521450331
    • Daniel, Stephen H., ed. Reexamining Berkeley's Philosophy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007. ISBN 0-8020-9348-5 ISBN 9780802093486
    • Johnston G. A. (1923). The Development of Berkeley's Philosophy. London:  
    • Luce, A. A. Berkeley and Malebranche. A Study in the Origins of Berkeley's Thought. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1934. (2nd edn, with additional Preface, 1967).
    • Muehlmann, Robert G., ed. (1995). Berkeley's Metaphysics. Structural, Interpretive, and Critical Essays.. Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State Press.  
    • Olscamp, Paul J. (1970). The Moral Philosophy of George Berkeley. The Hague:  
      • Reviewed by: Désirée Park. Studi internazionali filosofici 3 (1971):228‑30; G. J. Warnock. Journal of Philosophy 69, 15 (1972):460–62; Günter Gawlick "Menschheitsglück und Wille Gottes: Neues Licht auf Berkeleys Ethik." Philosophische Rundschau 1–2 (January 1973):24–42; H. M. Bracken. Eighteenth-Century Studies 3 (1973): 396–97; and Stanley Grean. Journal of the History of Philosophy 12, 3 (1974): 398–403.
    • Roberts, John. A Metaphysics for the Mob: The Philosophy of George Berkeley (EPUP, Google Books, and in PDF format). New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. — 172 p. ISBN 978-0-19-531393-2
    • Russell B. Berkeley // Bertrand Russell A History of Western Philosophy 3:1:16
    • Tipton, I. C. Berkeley, The Philosophy of Immaterialism London: Methuen, 1974. ISBN 0-416-70440-9 ISBN 978-0-416-70440-2
      • "Ian C. Tipton, one of the world's great Berkeley scholars and longtime president of the International Berkeley Society. ... Of the many works about Berkeley that were published in the twentieth century, few rival in importance his Berkeley: The Philosophy of Immaterialism ... The philosophical insight, combined with the mastery of Berkeley's texts, that Ian brought to this work make it one of the masterpieces of Berkeley scholarship. It is not surprising therefore that, when the Garland Publishing Company brought out, late in 1980s, a 15-volume collection of major works on Berkeley, Ian's book was one of only two full-length studies of Berkeley published after 1935 to be included" (Charles J. McCracken. In Memoriam: Ian C. Tipton // The Berkeley Newsletter 17 (2006), p. 4).
    • Walmsley, Peter (1990). The Rhetoric of Berkeley's Philosophy.  
    • Winkler, Kenneth P. Berkeley: An Interpretation. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989. ISBN 0-19-824907-1 ISBN 9780198249078

    External links

    • George Berkeley entry by Lisa Downing in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    • George Berkeley article by Daniel E. Flage in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    • International Berkeley Society
    • A list of the published works by and about Berkeley as well as online links
    • Berkeley's Life and Works
    • Works by George Berkeley at Project Gutenberg
    • Works by or about George Berkeley in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
    • Works by George Berkeley in free audio format from LibriVox
    • Another perspective on how Berkeley framed his immaterialism
    • controversyThe AnalystOriginal texts and discussion concerning
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    • Contains more easily readable versions of New Theory of Vision, Principles of Human Knowledge, Three Dialogues, and Alciphron
    • An extensive compendium of online resources, including a gallery of Berkeley's images
    • A version of Berkeley's PHK condensed and rewritten for faster reading at the Wayback Machine (archived 17 March 2006).
    • Electronic Texts for philosopher Charlie Dunbar (1887—1971):
    • Berkeley's Argument About Material Substance N. Y., 1975 (Repr. of the 1942 ed. publ. by the British Academy, London.)
    • Berkeley's Denial of Material Substance – Published in: «The Philosophical Review» Vol. LXIII (1954).
    • Rick Grush syllabus Empiricism (J. Locke, G. Berkeley, D. Hume)

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