John Locke Tabula Rasa Essay Scholarships

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1Leary, D.E. (ed.), Metaphors in the History of Psychology, (Cambridge: CUP1999). Some of the material in this article will also appear in a different form in a short entry on ‘Tabula Rasa’ for the forthcoming International Encyclopaedia of Critical Psychology.

2Derrida, J., Writing and Difference, trans. Bass, Alan, (London: Routledge ([1967] 1978).

3Brill, A.A., Basic Principles of Psychoanalysis, (NY: University Press of America, 1921), 16.

4Forrester, J., The Seductions of Psychoanalysis, (London: Routledge, 1990), 81.

5Nietzsche, F., On the Genealogy of Morality, ed. Ansell-Pearson, Keith, (Cambridge: CUP, ([1887] 1997), 35.

6Weber, M., The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, trans. Parsons, T., (NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, [1905] 1958), 182.

7Agamben, G., The Kingdom and the Glory, trans. Chiesa, Lorenzo, (Stanford: Stanford University Press, [2008] 2012), 4.

8 C. Moss, ‘Frozen lands that can thaw the conscience’ Daily Telegraph, 14th January 2012.

9Aristotle, De Anima trans. Smith, J.A., (Oxford: Clarendon University Press, 1931), 430a.

10Agamben, G., ‘Bartleby, or On Contingency’ in Potentialities, ed. Heller-Roazen, Daniel, (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ([1993] 1996), 244–5.

11Polansky, R., Aristotle's De anima, (Cambridge: CUP, 2007), 454.

12Agamben, G., ‘Bartleby, or On Contingency’ in Potentialities, ed. Heller-Roazen, Daniel, (Stanford: Stanford University Press, [1993] 1996), 249.

13Aquinas, A Summa of the Summa, ed. Kreeft, Peter J., Fransisco, San, (CA.: Ignatius Press, [1274] 1990), 271–4.

14Descartes, R., ‘The Search After Truth by the Light of Nature’ in Philosophical Essays and Correspondence, ed. Ariew, Roger, (NY: Hackett Publishing Company, [1641?] 2000), 320.

15Ibid., 321.

16Wolin, S., Tocqueville between two worlds: the making of a political and theoretical life, (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2001), 41.

17Payne, W., Learning and Knowledge, (London: Walter Kettilby, 1682), 11.

18Whichcote, B., ‘That those who are truly religious will be delivered from all dangerous errors about religion’ in The Works of the Learned Benjamin Whichcote, Volume II, (Aberdeen: Alexander Thomson, [1651] 1703), 4.

19Masham, D., cited in Yolton, J.S., A Locke Miscellany, (Bristol: Thoemmes, 1990), 349

20Harrison, J. & Laslett, P., The Library of John Locke, (Oxford: OUP, 1965).

21More, H., ‘An Antidote to Atheism’ in A Collection of Several Philosophical Writings, (London: William Morden, [1655] 1712), 17.

22Marvell, A., ‘Upon Appleton House’ in Marvell: The Complete Poems, ed. Bate, Jonathan, (London: Penguin [1951] 1972), lines 445–8.

23Marvell, A., ‘A Nymph Complaining at the Loss of her Fawn’ in Marvell: The Complete Poems, ed. Bate, Jonathan, (London: Penguin [1951] 1972), lines 1, 89.

24Locke, J., ‘Essays on the Law of Nature’ in Locke: Political Writings, ed. Goldie, Mark, (Cambridge: CUP, [1664] 1997), 96.

25Locke, J., ‘Draft A’ in Drafts for the Essay Concerning Human Understanding, and other Philosophical Writings, ed. Nidditch, Peter H. & Rogers, G.A.J., (London: Clarendon Press, [1671] 1990), 7–8.

26Kant, I., Critique of Pure Reason, 2nd ed., trans. Smith, Norman Kemp, (NY: Palgrave, [1787] 2007) 121–2.

27Locke, J., ‘Draft B’ in Drafts for the Essay Concerning Human Understanding, and other Philosophical Writings, ed. Nidditch, Peter H. & Rogers, G.A.J., (London: Clarendon Press, [1671] 1990), 128.

28Locke, J., An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, and other Philosophical Writings, ed. Nidditch, Peter H., (London: Clarendon Press, [1690] 1979), 104.

29Plotkin, H., Evolutionary Thought in Psychology, (Oxford: Blackwell, 2004), 18.

30Locke, J., An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, and other Philosophical Writings, ed. Nidditch, Peter H., (London: Clarendon Press, [1690] 1979), 202.

31Locke, J., Some Thoughts Concerning Education, and Of the Conduct of the Understanding, ed. Grant, Ruth W. & Narcov, Nathan, (London: Clarendon Press, [1693] 1996) 44, 161.

32Jeffreys, E.g. M.V.C., Locke: Prophet of Common Sense, (London: Methuen1967); Walker, W., Locke, Literary Criticism and Philosophy, (Cambridge: CUP, 1994).

33Dewey, J. ‘Contributions to Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology’ in The Middle Works of John Dewey, Volume 2, 1899 – 1924, ed. Boydston, Jo Ann & Hook, Sidney, (Carbondale, IL.:Southern Illinois University Press, [1902] 1976), 256.

34Leibniz, G.W., New Essays on Human Understanding, ed. Remnant, Peter & Bennett, John, (Cambridge: CUP [1765] 1996), P54.

35Laclau, E., New Reflections on the Revolution of Our Time, (NY: Verso, 1990), 18, 56.

36Hume, D., An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, ed. Steinberg, Eric, 2nd ed., (NY: Hackett Publications Company, [1777] 1993), 13.

37Molyneux, W., ‘Réflections de Mr. L–.’ in The Correspondence of John Locke: Letters nos. 2199–2664, ed. De Beer, Esmond Samuel, (Oxford: OUP, [1697] 1981), 779, my translation

38Kant, I., Critique of Pure Reason, 2nd ed., trans. Smith, Norman Kemp, (NY: Palgrave, [1787] 2007), 8.

39Wahrman, D., The Making of the Modern Self, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004), 186.

40Hegel, G.W.F., Lectures on the History of Philosophy, II, ed. Brown, Robert F., (Oxford: OUP, ([1826] 2006), 226.

41Patterson, R.H., Essays in History and Art, (Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, 1861), 82.

42Ibid. 174.

43Rand, A., The Virtue of Selfishness: a new concept of egoism, (New York: New American Library, 1964), 52. My thanks to inestimably erudite Benjamin Crowne for this reference.

44King, R., Indian Philosophy: An Introduction to Hindu and Buddhist Thought, (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1999), 149.

45Le Bon, G., The Psychology of Socialism, trans. Miall, Bernard, (NY: Transaction, [1899] 1981), 62.

46Durkheim, E., The Evolution of Educational Thought, (London: Routledge, [1904] 1977), 78.

47Husserl, E., Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology, (Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press, [1954] 1970), 85.

48Allport, G., Becoming: basic considerations for a psychology of personality, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1955), 7–8.

49Davies, M., Childhood Sexual Abuse and the Construction of Identity, (Bristol, PA.: Taylor & Francis, 1995), 75.

50Duschinsky, R., ‘Childhood Innocence: Essence, Education, Performativity’ Textual Practice, 2012, in press.

51Abed, R.T., ‘Psychiatry and Darwinism: Time to reconsider?’ The British Journal of Psychiatry177 (2000): 1–3, at 2.

52Sherry, J.L., ‘Media Effects Theory and the Nature/Nurture Debate: A Historical Overview and Directions for Future Research’ Media Psychology6 (2004): 83–109, at 88, parentheses suppressed.

53Harris, J.R., ‘Socialization, personality development, and the child's environments’ Developmental Psychology, 36 (2000), 699–710, at 701; citing Vandell, D.L. ‘Parents, peer groups, and other socializing influences’ Developmental Psychology, 36 (2000): 699–710.

54Foucault, M., ‘Nietzsche, History, Genealogy’ in Aesthetics: Essential Works Volume 2, ed. Faubion, James D., (London: Penguin, ([1971] 1998), 375.

55Butler, J., ‘Foucault and the Paradox of Bodily Inscriptions’ The Journal of Philosophy, 86(11) (1989): 601–607, at 603.

56Turner, T., ‘Bodies and Anti-Bodies’ in Embodiment and Experience: The Existential Ground of Culture and Self, ed. Csordas, Thomas J., (Cambridge: CUP, 1996), 37.

57Bartky, S.L., ‘Agency: What is the Problem?’ in Provoking Agents: Theorizing Gender and Agency, ed. Gardiner, Judith Kegan, (Champaign, IL., University of Illinois Press, 1995), 188–9.

58Kirby, V., Telling flesh: the substance of the corporeal, (London: Routledge, 1997), 44, 147.

59Geuss, R., Morality, Culture and History, (Cambridge: CUP, 1999), 13.

60McLaren, M.A., Feminism, Foucault, and Embodied Subjectivity, (NY: SUNY, 2002), 206.

61Foucault, M., The Order of Things, (London: Routledge, [1966] 1989), 79.

62Rutter, M., Genes and Behaviour, (Oxford: Blackwell, 2005).

63Pinker, S., The Blank Slate, (London: Penguin, 2002), 6.

64Schaffer, D.R. & Kipp, K., Developmental Psychology, 7th ed., (Belmont, CA: Thompson Higher Education, 2007), 8.

65Lennox, P., ‘Pecking order’ Times Higher Educational Supplement, 4th February, 2010.

66Kenrick, D.T. et al., ‘Evolutionary Cognitive Science’ in From Mating to Mentality, (Hove, East Sussex: Psychology Press, 2003), 21.

67Mitchell, C. & Reid-Walsh, J., Girl Culture, (Westport, CT.: Greenwood Publishing, 2008), 365.

68The Guardian, 23 June 2011

69Wasserman, J.A. & Clair, J.M., ‘The Medicalization of Homelessness and the Sociology of the Self’ Studies in Symbolic Interaction, 37 (2011): 29–62, at 33.

70 Z. Williams, ‘I called my daughter Harper first’ Guardian, 11th July, 2011.

71 A. Graham-Dixon, ‘Age of Innocence’ Sunday Telegraph, 5th August, 2007.

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