John Locke - Selected primary works on economics.

  1. A Review of the universal remedy for all diseases incident to coin. With application to our present circumstances. In a letter to Mr. Locke. 1696. London: Printed for A. & J. Churchill.
    Wing R1200. T.C.III 6.
  2. A Review of the universal remedy for all diseases incident to coin. With application to our present circumstances. In a letter to Mr. Locke. 1696. London: A. and J. Churchill.
    Wing R1200.
  3. Some considerations about the raising of coin. In a second letter to Mr. Locke. ... 1696. London: Printed for A. and J. Churchill.
    Wing S4481. T.C.III 6.
  4. Ashcraft, Richard. 1991. John Locke : critical assessments. Critical Assessments of Leading Political Philosophers. London [England] ; New York: Routledge.
  5. Barbon, Nicholas. 1971. A discourse concerning the new money lighter : in answer to Mr. Lock's Considerations about raising the value of money. Westmead, Eng: Gregg International Publishers.
  6. Locke, John. 1695. Further considerations concerning raising the value of money. Wherein Mr. Lowndes's arguments for it in his late report concerning an essay for the amendment of the silver coins, are particularly examined. The 2d ed., corr. ed. London: A. and J. Churchil.
    Includes advertisements.
  7. . 1751. Ragionamenti sopra la moneta l'interesse del danaro le finanze e il commercio. Scritti e pubblicati in diversi occasioni Giovanni Locke. Tradotti la prima volta dall'inglese con varie annotazioni. Firenze: Appresso A. Bonducci.
  8. . 1968. Several papers relating to money, interest and trade, &c. New York: A. M. Kelly.
  9. . 1696. Several papers relating to money, interest and trade, &c. Writ upon several occasions, and published at different times. London: A. and J. Churchill.
    Includes advertisements.
  10. . 1695. Short observations on a printed paper, intituled, For encouraging the coining silver money in England, and after for keeping it here. London: Printed for A. and J. Churchill.
    Wing L2758.
  11. . 1692. Some considerations of the consequences of the lowering of interest, and raising the value of money. In a letter to a member of Parliament. London: A. and J. Churchill.
    Anonymous. By John Locke. Cf. Halkett & Laing.
  12. . 1722. The works. Ed. 2. ed. London: Churchill.
  13. . 1759. The works of John Locke. The 6th ed. To which is added, The life of the author; and A collection of several of his pieces published by Mr. Desmaizeaux. ed. London: D. Browne [etc.].
    Diced calf binding with gilt floral border.
  14. . 1768. The works of John Locke. The 7th ed. ed. London: H. Woodfall [etc.].
    Bound for Thomas Hollis.
  15. . 1812. The works of John Locke. The 11th ed. ed. London: W. Otridge.
  16. . 1714. The works of John Locke ... With alphabetical tables. London: J. Churchill and S. Manship.
  17. . 1722. The works of John Locke ... With alphabetical tables. The 2d ed. ed. London: A. Churchill and A. Manship, and sold by W. Taylor.
    Vol. 3 is of the 1st edition. Cf. H.O. Christophersen. A bibliographical introduction to the study of John Locke.
  18. . 1727. The works of John Locke ... With alphabetical tables. The 3d ed. ed. London: E. Parker.
  19. . 1740. The works of John Locke ... With alphabetical tables. The 4th ed. ed. London: E. Parker [etc.].
    Includes advertisements.
  20. Locke, John, and P. H. Kelly. 1991. Locke on money. Clarendon Edition of the Works of John Locke. Oxford [England] : New York: Clarendon Press ; Oxford University Press.
  21. Locke, John, and Edmund Law. 1777. The works of John Locke. The 8th ed. ed. London: W. Strahan [etc.].
    Edited, with the life of the author, by E. Law, Bishop of Carlisle. Cf. Brit. Mus. cat.
  22. Massie, Joseph, William Sir Petty, and John Locke. 1760. Observations relating to the coin of Great Britain, consisting partly of extracts from Mr. Locke's treatise concerning money, but chiefly of such additions thereto, as are thought to be very necessary at this juncture, not only for remedying the present great scarcity of silver, but for putting a stop to those losses which this nation suffers by the over-valuing of gold-money, and by prohibiting both the melting and exporting of British coin. Whereunto is annexed, Sir William Petty's Quantulumcunque concerning money, reprinted from an edition that was printed for private use in the year 1695, and corrected by a manuscript copy of very good authority. London: T. Payne; sold by W. Owen and C. Henderson.
    "Sir William Petty, his Quantulumcunque concerning money ..." has special t.p.
  23. McClure, Kirstie Morna. 1996. Judging rights : Lockean politics and the limits of consent. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
    Kirstie McClure offers a major reinterpretation of John Locke's thought that is important not only for the light it sheds on Locke but also for the questions it poses about liberalism and rights-based theories of politics. Sensitive to the range of interpretative and political issues that Locke's work presents. McClure's analysis is impressive for its balance and subtlety, and for her command of the enormous literature on Locke. Between the Restoration and the Glorious Revolution, between Two Tracts on Government (1660) and Two Treatises on Government (1690). Locke subjected the idea of civil power to increasing scrutiny. In one generation, he moved from supporting order for its own sake to defending resistance, and ended with a profoundly modern epistemology. McClure suggests that Locke's concepts of government by consent, equality, rights, and the rule of law were embedded in his theistic cosmology.
  24. McCulloch, J. R., and John Locke. 1872. Principles of political economy; with sketch of the rise and progress of the science. By J.R. M'Culloch. Essay on interest and value of money. By John Locke. London: A. Murray.
  25. Nyland, Chris. 1990. John Locke and the social position of women. Wollongong, N.S.W: University of Wollongong, Dept. of Economics.
  26. Priddat, Birger P. 1988. Das Geld und die Vernunft : die vollständige Erschliessung der Erde durch vernunftgemässen Gebrauch des Geldes : über John Lockes Versuch einer naturrechtlich begründeten Ökonomie. Aspekte Der Englischen Geistes- Und Kulturgeschichte., Bd. 13. Frankfurt am Main ; New York: Lang.
  27. Vaughn, Karen Iversen. 1980. John Locke, economist and social scientist. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press.
    Includes index.