References for George Berkeley

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  1. G Buchdahl, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-2830900394.html
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9078783/George-Berkeley

Books:

  1. D Berman, George Berkeley : idealism and the man (1994).
  2. W Breidert, George Berkeley 1685-1753 (Basel, 1989).
  3. J Dancy, Berkeley, an Introduction (1987).
  4. W Doney, Berkeley on Abstraction and Abstract Ideas (1989).
  5. J Foster and H M Robinson (eds.), Essays on Berkeley (1985)
  6. E S Gaustad, George Berkeley in America (1979).
  7. J M Hone and M M Rossi, Bishop Berkeley: His Life, Writings, and Philosophy (1931).
  8. D M Jesseph, Berkeley's philosophy of mathematics (Chicago, 1993).
  9. A A Luce, The Life of George Berkeley, Bishop of Cloyne (1968).
  10. A A Luce, Berkeley and Malebranche: A Study in the Origins of Berkeley's Thought (1988).
  11. E Meyer, Humes und Berkeleys Philosophie der Mathematik vergleichend und kritisch dargestellt (Hildesheim, 1980).
  12. R E Savage, Natural philosophy and mathematics in the philosophy and theology of George Berkeley (M.Phil. dissertation, Lancaster University, 2000).
  13. J Wild, George Berkeley: A Study of His Life and Philosophy (New York, 1962).
  14. K P Winkler, Berkeley : an interpretation (1989).

Articles:

  1. R J Baum, The instrumentalist and formalist elements of Berkeley's philosophy of mathematics, Studies in Hist. and Philos. Sci. 3 (1972), 119-134.
  2. M Blay, Deux moments de la critique du calcul infinitésimal : Michel Rolle et George Berkeley, Études sur l'histoire du calcul infinitésimal, Rev. Histoire Sci. 39 (3) (1986), 223-253.
  3. S Bonk, George Berkeleys Theorie der Zeit: 'a total disaster'?, Studia Leibnitiana 29 (2) (1997), 198-210.
  4. W Breidert, Berkeleys Kritik an der Infinitesimalrechnung, in 300 Jahre 'Nova methodus' von G W Leibniz (1684-1984) (Wiesbaden, 1986), 185-191.
  5. F Cajori, A history of the conceptions of limits and fluxions in Great Britain from Newton to Woodhouse (Chicago, 1919), 57-95.
  6. G Cantor, Berkeley's 'The analyst' revisited, Isis 75 (279) (1984), 668-683.
  7. Ma de la Cinta Badillo, George Berkeley (Spanish), Gaceta Mat. (1) 4 (1952), 233-235.
  8. G Giorello, The 'fine structure' of mathematical revolutions: metaphysics, legitimacy, and rigour. The case of the calculus from Newton to Berkeley and Maclaurin, in Revolutions in mathematics (New York, 1992), 134-168.
  9. I Grattan-Guinness, Berkeley's criticism of the calculus as a study in the theory of limits, Janus 56 (1969), 215-227.
  10. M Hughes, Newton, Hermes and Berkeley, British J. Philos. Sci. 43 (1) (1992), 1-19.
  11. S Parigi, Philosophers and microscopes: from Descartes to Berkeley (Italian), Riv. Stor. Sci. (2) 1 (1) (1993), 155-172.
  12. H Pycior, Mathematics and philosophy : Wallis, Hobbes, Barrow and Berkeley, Journal of the History of Ideas 48 (1987), 265-287.
  13. X X Ren, Berkeley and his critique to the early calculus (Chinese), J. Northwest Univ. 32 (1) (2002), 101-104.
  14. B Russell, History of Western Philosophy (London, 1961), 623-633.
  15. D Sherry, Don't take me half the way : on Berkeley on mathematical reasoning, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 24 (2) (1993), 207-225.
  16. D Sherry, The wake of Berkeley's 'Analyst' : rigor mathematicae?, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 18 (4) (1987), 455-480.
  17. M A Stewart, Berkeley and the Rankenian Club, Hermathena 139 (1985), 25-45.
  18. J O Wisdom, The Analyst controversy : Berkeley as a mathematician, Hermathena (59) (1942), 111-128.
  19. J O Wisdom, The Analyst controversy : Berkeley's influence on the development of mathematics, Hermathena (54) (1939), 3-29.

JOC/EFR February 2005

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