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DAVID HARTLEY (1705 - 1757)

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    • Prayers and Religious Meditations.  Bath, 1810.

    • Observations on Man, his Frame, his Duty, and his Expectations.  1749.

      • Intro. Theodore L. Huguelet.  New York: Delmar, 1976.

    • An Enquiry into the Origin of the Human Appetites and Affections shewing how each arises from Association, with an account of the entrance of moral evil into the world, to which are added Some Remarks on the Independent Scheme, which deduces all obligation on Godís part and Manís from certain abstract relation, truth, &c..  Lincoln, 1747.

    • Conjecturae quaedam de sensu, motu, et idearum generatione, Appendix to De Lithontriptico a Joanna Stephens nuper invento Dissertatio Epistolaris.  Bath, 1746.

      • Various Conjectures on the Perception, Motion, and Generation of Ideas.  Intro. Martin Kallich.  Los Angeles: Augustan Reprint Society, Publication No. 77Ė8, 1959.

    • An Introduction Towards an Essay on the Origin of the Passions, in which it is endeavored to be shown how they are all acquired, and that they are none other than Associations of ideas of our own making, or that we learn from others.  1741.

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  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Allen, Richard C.  David Hartley on Human Nature.  Albany: SUNY Press, 1999.

    • Walls, Joan.  "The Philosophy of David Hartley and the Root Metaphor of Mechanism: a Study in the History of Psychology."  Journal of Mind and Behavior 3 (1982): 259Ė74.

On-Line:

  • Allen, Richard C.: David Hartley (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

  • Nuovo, Victor L.: David Hartley (Thoemmes Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century British Philosophers)

  • Wikipedia Encyclopedia: David Hartley

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