Keith Allen, James Clarke, Angie Hobbs, Owen Hulatt, Sarah Hutton, Max Khan Hayward, Nick Jones, Pavel Reichl, Robert Stern, Tom Stoneham, Elisabeth Thorsson, Tim Stuart-Buttle, Emily Thomas.


White Rose Collaboration Fund, ‘Luther as Philosopher’ (Stern)

Emily Thomas (2014-2018) Netherlands Research Council (NWO) Veni Grant, “Time in Early Modern Metaphysics”.

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Chamberlain, Jim. 2022. 'Hume on Calm Passions, Moral Sentiments, and the "Common Point of View"'. Hume Studies 47 (1): 79-101.

Chamberlain, Jim. 2020. 'Hume's emotivist theory of moral judgements'. European Journal of Philosophy 28 (4): 1058-1072.

Chamberlain, Jim. 2017. 'Justice and the Tendency towards Good: The Role of Custom in Hume's Theory of Moral Motivation'. Hume Studies 43 (1): 117-137.

Dunham, Jeremy. ‘Habits of Mind: A Brand New Condillac’. 2019. Journal of Modern Philosophy. 1(1)i [online] Available online.

Dunham, Jeremy. ‘Monkeys and Monads: The Unexpected Marriage Between Darwinian Evolutionary Theory and Leibnizian Metaphysics’. In: Weckend, J., and Strickland, L., Leibniz’s Legacy. Routledge, 2019.

Dunham, Jeremy, ‘Leibniz et la philosophie français du XIXe siècle’. In: Laerke, M. (ed.) Lire Leibniz. Paris: Vrin, 2018. 

Dunham, Jeremy. ‘A Universal and Absolute Spiritualism: Maine de Biran’s Leibniz’. In: Meacham, D., and & Spadola, J. (eds.) The Relationship between the Physical and Moral in Man: The Philosophy of Maine de Biran. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.

Dunham, Jeremy. ‘From Habit to Monads: Félix Ravaisson’s Theory of Substance’. British Journal for the History of Philosophy. 23(6), 2015: 1085-1105

Dunham, Jeremy. ​​Dunham, J. & Phemister, P. ‘Monadologies: An Historical Overview’. British Journal for the History of Philosophy. 23(6), 2015: 1023-1032

Hayward, Max Khan, “Practical Reason,Sympathy and Reactive Attitudes” - Noûs, 53 (2019), pp 51-75.

Hobbs, Angela, ‘Ficino’s De amore as a Guide to Plato’s Symposium’ in J. Finamore and T. Nejeschleba (eds.) Platonism and its Legacy (The Prometheus Trust in Association with the International Society for Neoplatonic Studies 2019) pp.243-58.

Hutton, Sarah, «Henry More et Descartes : une copie manuscrite de leur correspondance dans le Notebook de Thomas Clarke (1654)» in « Bulletin Cartésien», Archives de Philosophie, 83 (2020/1)162-7.

Hutton, Sarah, ‘Women, Philosophy and the History of Philosophy’, British Journal for the History of Philosophy. 27.4 (2019), 684–701. 

Hutton, Sarah,  British Philosophy in the Seventeenth-Century (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015).

Hutton, Sarah, ‘Salving the Phenomena of Mind: Energy, Hegemonikon, and Sympathy in Cudworth’, The British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 25.3 (2016): 465-486.

Hutton, Sarah, ‘Intellectual History and the History of Philosophy’, History of European Ideas. 40:7 (2014): 925-937. 

Hutton, Sarah, ‘The Cambridge Platonists and the Scottish Enlightenment’. Canadian Journal of Philosophy 42.sup1 (2012), 8–26.

Hutton, Sarah and Paul Schuurman (eds), Studies on Locke: Sources, Contemporaries and Legacy (Dordrecht: Springer, 2008).

Hutton, Sarah, Anne Conway, a Woman Philosopher (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004).

Stern, Robert ‘Martin Luther’, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Stern, Robert, ‘Luther’s Influence on Philosophy’, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Stern, Robert, Freedom from the Self: Luther and Løgstrup on Sin as “Incurvatus in se”’ [with Bjørn Rabjerg], Open Theology, 4 (2018), pp. 268-80

Thomas, Emily (2018) Absolute Time: Rifts in Early Modern British Metaphysics. Oxford University Press. 

Thomas, Emily (ed.) (2018) Early Modern Women on Metaphysics. Cambridge University Press.

Stoneham, T forthcoming 2021, ‘Berkley and Collier’. In Rickless, S (ed) The Oxford Handbook of Berkeley. Oxford University Press.

Stoneham, T & Thorsson, E forthcoming 2021, ‘Locke on Cognitive Bias’. In Gordon-Roth, J & Weinberg, S (eds.), The Lockean Mind. Routledge.

Stoneham, T 2018, 'Action, Knowledge and Embodiment in Berkeley and Locke' Philosophical Explorations. DOI: 10.1080/13869795.2017.1421690

Stoneham, T 2017, Three Dialogues between Hylas, Philonous, and the Sceptic. in R Brook & B Belfrage (eds), The Bloomsbury Companion to Berkeley. Bloomsbury Academic, London, pp. 121-140.

Stoneham, T & Lodge, P (eds) 2015, Locke and Leibniz on Substance. Routledge Studies in Seventeenth-Century Philosophy, Routledge.

Stuart-Buttle, Tim, ‘The notorious Dr. Middleton: David Hume and the Ninewells years’, History of European Ideas (Online First, 2021).

Stuart-Buttle, Tim, “An authority from which there can be no appeal”: The place of Cicero in Hume’s science of man’, Journal of Scottish Philosophy, 18:3 (2020), pp. 289-309.

Stuart-Buttle, Tim, ‘Edward Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire’, in Bloomsbury History: Theory and Method, ed. Stefan Berger (2020).

Stuart-Buttle, Tim,‘Recognition, sociability and intolerance: A study of Archibald Campbell (1691-1756)’, Global Intellectual History 5:2 (2020), pp. 231-46.

Stuart-Buttle, Tim (with Heikki Haara), ‘The problem of sociability after Hobbes: Pufendorf and Locke on the politics of recognition’, in Passions, Politics and the Limits of Society, ed. H. Haara & K. Stapelbroek (De Gruyter, 2020), pp. 177-94.

Stuart-Buttle, Tim, ‘Hume, Cicero, and eighteenth-century moral philosophy’, in Antiquity and Enlightenment Culture: New Approaches and Perspectives, ed. A. Johnston & F. Loughlin (Brill, 2020), pp. 195-218.

Stuart-Buttle, Tim (with Heikki Haara), ‘Beyond justice: Pufendorf and Locke on the desire for esteem’, Political Theory 47:5 (2019), pp. 699-723.

Stuart-Buttle, Tim, From Moral Theology to Moral Philosophy: Cicero and Visions of Humanity from Locke to Hume (Oxford University Press, 2019).

Stuart-Buttle, Tim, ‘Locke’s Cicero: between moral knowledge and faith’, in Knowing Faith: Literature, Belief and Knowledge in Early Modern England, ed. S. Mukherji & T. Stuart-Buttle (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. 259-80.

Stuart-Buttle, Tim, ‘Gibbon, Hume and enlightenment history in Britain’, in The Cambridge Companion to Edward Gibbon, ed. K. O’Brien & B. Young (Cambridge University Press, 2018), pp. 110-27.

Stuart-Buttle, Tim, ‘“A burthen too heavy for human sufferance”: Locke on reputation’, History of Political Thought, 38:4 (2017), pp. 644-80.

Stuart-Buttle, Tim, ‘Shaftesbury reconsidered: Stoic ethics and the unreasonableness of Christianity’, Locke Studies 15 (2016), pp. 161-211.

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