George Berkeley - Writings On Berkeley

Writings On Berkeley

  • Jessop T. E., Luce A. A. A bibliography of George Berkeley. 2 edn., Springer, 1973. ISBN 90-247-1577-6, ISBN 978-90-247-1577-0
  • Turbayne C. M. A Bibliography of George Berkeley 1963—1979 // Berkeley: Critical and Interpretive Essays. (EPUB, Google Books) Ed. by C. M. Turbayne. Manchester, 1982. P. 313—329.
  • Parigi, Silvia. Berkeley Bibliography (1979—2010) — A Supplement to those of Jessop and Turbayne
  • A bibliography on George Berkeley — about 300 works from the 19th century to our days
  • Tomy C. A. & Varadarajan N. A bibliography on George Berkeley (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur)
  • Bruno Marciano, George Berkeley. Estetica e idealismo, Nova Scripta, Genova 2010
  • Bruno Marciano, Fra empirismo e platonismo. L'estetica di Berkeley e il suo contesto filosofico, GUP De Ferrari Editore, Genova 2011

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