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Publications of Richard H. Popkin, 1950–1986 inclusive

  • Richard A. Watson
  • James E. Force
Part of the International Archives of the History of Ideas / Archives internationales d’histoire des idées book series (ARCH, volume 117)

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Dissertation

  1. 1.
    The Neo-Intuitionist Theory of Mathematics and Logic. Columbia University Ph.D. Dissertation, 1950, 174 pp. Ann Arbor University Microfilms Publication No. 1890.Google Scholar

Books

  1. 1a.
    Philosophy Made Simple, with Avrum Stroll. New York, Doubleday, 1957,191 pp.;Google Scholar
  2. 1b.
    reprint ed., London, W.H. Allen, 1969, 302 pp.;Google Scholar
  3. 1c.
    French tr., La philosophie efficace, Paris, Zelos, 1980, 336 pp.;Google Scholar
  4. 1d.
    revised ed., London, Heinemann, 1986, 366 pp.Google Scholar
  5. 2a.
    The History of Scepticism from Erasmus to Descartes. Assen, Van Gorcum, 1960, vii + 236 pp.;Google Scholar
  6. 2b.
    revised ed., Assen, Van Gorcum, 1960, xvii + 240 pp.;Google Scholar
  7. 2c.
    reprinted, New York, Harper & Row, 1964, xvii + 242 pp.;Google Scholar
  8. 2d.
    3rd revised and augmented ed., The History of Scepticism from Erasmus to Spinoza, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1979, xxii + 333 pp.;Google Scholar
  9. 2e.
    Spanish tr., La Historia del Escepticismo desde Erasmo hasta Spinoza, Mexico, Fondo de Cultura Economica, 1983, 399 pp.Google Scholar
  10. 3a.
    Introduction to Philosophy, with Avrum Stroll. New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1961, v + 421 pp.;Google Scholar
  11. 3b.
    revised ed., 1972, vi + 442 pp.;Google Scholar
  12. 3c.
    3rd revised and augmented ed., 1978, xi + 421 pp.Google Scholar
  13. 4.
    The Second Oswald. New York, Avon Books, 1966, 174 pp.;Google Scholar
  14. 4b.
    revised ed., London, Andre Deutsch & Sphere Books, 1967, 160 pp.;Google Scholar
  15. 4c.
    French tr., Les assassins de Kennedy, Paris, Gallimard, 1967, 188 pp.;Google Scholar
  16. 4d.
    Portuguese tr., Os Assassinos de Kennedy, Lisbon, Publicaçōes dorn Quixtote, 1968, 188 pp.Google Scholar
  17. 5.
    Philosophy and the Human Spirit: A Brief Introduction, with Avrum Stroll. New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1973, viii + 277 pp.Google Scholar
  18. 6.
    The High Road to Pyrrhonism, Richard A. Watson and James E. Force, eds. San Francisco, Austin Hill Press, 1979, xiv + 385 pp.Google Scholar
  19. 7.
    Ceticismo, Emilio M. Eigenheer, ed., Niteroi, Brazil, Universidate Federal Fluminense, 1985, 105 pp.Google Scholar

Books and Monographs Edited

  1. 1.
    Pierre Bayle: Historical and Critical Dictionary, Selections, tr. and ed. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1965, xliv + 456 pp.Google Scholar
  2. 2.
    David Hume’s Historical Writings, Selections, ed. with David Fate Norton. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1965, lvii + 438 pp.Google Scholar
  3. 3.
    The Philosophy of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Boston, Free Press, 1966, ix + 365 pp.Google Scholar
  4. 4.
    Readings in Philosophy, ed. with Avrum Stroll. New York, Holt, Rinehard & Winston, 1972, 619 pp.Google Scholar
  5. 5.
    David Hume, The Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion and Other Essays, ed. Indianapolis, Hackett, 1979, xxiii + 105 pp.Google Scholar
  6. 6.
    Condorcet Studies, ed. with Leonora C. Rosenfield. Atlantic Highlands, Humanities Press, 1984, xi + 220 pp.Google Scholar
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    Philosophy and Contemporary Problems, A Reader, ed. with Avrum Stroll. New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1984, vii + 542 pp.Google Scholar
  8. 8.
    Eighteenth Century Studies, Vol. 18, 1985, pp. 465–594. [Memorial to Leonora Cohen 1. The Function of Definitions in Social Science. Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 11, 1943, pp. 291–295.[Memorial to Leonora Cohen Rosenfield]Google Scholar

Articles

  1. 1.
    The Function of Definitions in Social Science. Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 11, 1943, pp. 291–295.Google Scholar
  2. 2.
    An Examination of Two Inconsistencies in Aristotelian Logic. Philosophical Review, Vol. 56, 1947, pp. 670–681.Google Scholar
  3. 3.
    A Note on the “Proof” of Utility in J.S. Mill. Ethics, Vol. 61, 1950, pp. 66–68.Google Scholar
  4. 4a.
    David Hume: His Pyrrhonism and His Critique of Pyrrhonism. Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 1,1950–1951, pp. 385–407;Google Scholar
  5. 4b.
    reprinted, Hume, V.C. Chappel, ed., New York, Random House, 1966, pp. 53–98;Google Scholar
  6. 4c.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 103–132.Google Scholar
  7. 5.
    Ethical Naturalism and Hedonics. Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 48, 1951, pp. 518–523.Google Scholar
  8. 6a.
    Hume and Kierkegaard. Journal of Religion, Vol. 31, 1951, pp. 274–281;Google Scholar
  9. 6b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 227–236.Google Scholar
  10. 7a.
    Berkeley and Pyrrhonism. Review of Metaphysics, Vol. 5,1951–1952, pp. 223–246;Google Scholar
  11. 7b.
    reprinted, Studies on Bishop Berkeley, C.M. Turbayne, ed., Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1970, pp. 100–128;Google Scholar
  12. 7c.
    reprinted, The Sceptical Tradition, Myles Burnyeat, ed., Berkeley, University of California Press, 1983, pp. 377–396;Google Scholar
  13. 7d.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 297–318.Google Scholar
  14. 8.
    George Tucker, an Early American Critic of Hume. Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 13, 1952, pp. 270–275.Google Scholar
  15. 9a.
    David Hume and the Pyrrhonian Controversy. Review of Metaphysics, Vol. 6, 1952–1953, pp. 65–81;Google Scholar
  16. 9b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 133–148.Google Scholar
  17. 10a.
    Joseph Glanvill: Precursor of Hume. Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 14, 1953, pp. 292–303;Google Scholar
  18. 10b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 181–196.Google Scholar
  19. 11a.
    Review article: J.A. Passmore, Hume’s Intentions. Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 50,1953, pp. 472–480;Google Scholar
  20. 11b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 267–276.Google Scholar
  21. 12.
    Samuel Sorbière’s Translation of Sextus Empiricus. Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 14, 1953, pp. 617–621.Google Scholar
  22. 13.
    Berkeley’s Influence on American Philosophy. Hermathena, Vol. 82, 1953, pp. 128–146;Google Scholar
  23. 13b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 339–354.Google Scholar
  24. 14.
    The Sceptical Crisis and the Rise of Modern Philosophy, Parts I, II, & III. Review of Metaphysics, Vol. 8, 1953–1954, pp. 132–151, 307–333, and 499–510.Google Scholar
  25. 15.
    The Development of the Philosophical Reputation of Joseph Glanvill. Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 15, 1954, pp. 305–311.Google Scholar
  26. 16a.
    Charron and Descartes: The Fruits of Systematic Doubt. Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 51, 1954, pp. 831–837;Google Scholar
  27. 16b.
    Portuguese tr., Ceticismo, pp. 23–29.Google Scholar
  28. 17.
    The Sceptical Precursors of David Hume. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 16, 1955, pp. 61–71.Google Scholar
  29. 18.
    Theological and Religious Scepticism. Christian Scholar, Vol. 39, 1956, pp. 150–158.Google Scholar
  30. 19a.
    The New Realism of Bishop Berkeley. University of California Publications in Philosophy, Vol. 29, 1957, pp. 1–19;Google Scholar
  31. 19b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 319–338.Google Scholar
  32. 20.
    L’abbé Foucher et le problème des qualités premières. Dix-septième siècle, No. 33,1957, pp. 633–647.Google Scholar
  33. 21.
    Father Mersenne’s War Against Pyrrhonism. The Modern Schoolman, Vol. 34, 1957, pp. 61–78.Google Scholar
  34. 22.
    A Manuscript of Ralegh’s The Scepticke. Philological Quarterly, Vol. 36, 1957, pp. 253–259.Google Scholar
  35. 23a.
    David-Renaud Boullier et l’évèque Berkeley. Revue Philosophique, Vol. 148, 1958, pp. 364–370;Google Scholar
  36. 23b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 355–362.Google Scholar
  37. 24.
    Pierre Bayle’s Place in 17th-Century Scepticism. Pierre Bayle, Le Philosophe de Rotterdam, P. Dibon, ed., Amsterdam, Elsevier, 1959, pp. 216–218.Google Scholar
  38. 25a.
    Kierkegaard and Scepticism. Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte en Psychologie, Vol. 51, 1959, pp. 123–141;Google Scholar
  39. 25b.
    revised, Kierkegaard: A Collection of Critical Essays, Josiah Thompson, ed., New York, Doubleday, 1972, pp. 342–373.Google Scholar
  40. 26a.
    Did Hume Ever Read Berkeley? Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 56, 1959, pp. 535–545;Google Scholar
  41. 26b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 277–288.Google Scholar
  42. 27.
    Review Article: Eugene F. Rice, Jr., The Renaissance Idea of Wisdom. Renaissance News, Vol. 12, 1959, pp. 265–270.Google Scholar
  43. 28a.
    Scepticism and the Counter-Reformation in France. Archiv für Reformations Geschichte, Vol. 51, 1960, pp. 58–88;Google Scholar
  44. 28b.
    reprinted, Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in European History, E-172.Google Scholar
  45. 29.
    Critical Bibliography of libertin Philosophy. A Critical Bibliography of French Literature, The Seventeenth Century, Nathan Edelman, ed., Syracuse, Syracuse University Press, 1961, pp. 278–286.Google Scholar
  46. 30.
    Scepticisme et contre-reforme en France. Essais sur Teilhard de Chardin, Recherches et Debats du Centre Catholique des Intellectuels Français, Paris, Fayard, 1962, pp. 150–184.Google Scholar
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    Scepticism in the Enlightenment. Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, Theo. Besterman, ed., Vols. 26 & 27, Geneva, Droz, 1963, pp. 1321–1345.Google Scholar
  48. 32a.
    Bayle and Hume. Transactions of the 13th International Congress of Philosophy, Vol. 9, Mexico City, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 1963, pp. 317–327;Google Scholar
  49. 32b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 149–160.Google Scholar
  50. 33.
    Preface. Henry Van Leeuwen, The Problem of Certainty in English Thought, 1630–1690. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1963, pp. v–xi.Google Scholar
  51. 34.
    The Traditionalism, Modernism, and Scepticism of René Rapin. Studi e Richerche de Storia della Filosofia, Vol. 63, 1964, pp. 751–764.Google Scholar
  52. 35a.
    So Hume Did Read Berkeley. Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 61,1964, pp. 773–779;Google Scholar
  53. 35b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 289–296.Google Scholar
  54. 36a.
    The High Road to Pyrrhonism. American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 2, 1965, pp. 1–15;Google Scholar
  55. 36b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 11–38.Google Scholar
  56. 37a.
    The Second Oswald. New York Review of Books, 28 July 1966, pp. 11–22;Google Scholar
  57. 37b.
    French tr., Nouvel observateur, 24 & 31 August 1966, pp. 1–6 & pp. 16–19;Google Scholar
  58. 37c.
    Greek tr., To Bhma, 14,17,18,19 & 20 August 1966;Google Scholar
  59. 37d.
    reprinted, New Times, 19 & 26 September 1966, No. 38, pp. 30–32; No. 39, pp.30–32.Google Scholar
  60. 38.
    The Second Oswald: An Exchange. New York Review of Books, 6 October 1966, pp. 32–34.Google Scholar
  61. 39.
    Leibniz and the French Sceptics. Revue internationale de philosophie, Vol. 76–77,1966, pp. 228–248.Google Scholar
  62. 40.
    Review article: J.H. Randall, The Career of Philosophy. Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 63, 1966, pp. 709–720.Google Scholar
  63. 41.
    Henricus Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 1, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 60–61.Google Scholar
  64. 42.
    Pierre Bayle. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 1, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 257–262.Google Scholar
  65. 43.
    Desiderius Erasmus. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 3, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 42–44.Google Scholar
  66. 44.
    Fideism. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 3, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 201–202.Google Scholar
  67. 45.
    Pierre Gassendi. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 3, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 269–273.Google Scholar
  68. 46.
    Pierre-Daniel Huet. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 4, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 67–68.Google Scholar
  69. 47.
    François de La Mothe Le Vayer. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 4, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 67–68.Google Scholar
  70. 48.
    Menasseh ben Israel. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 5, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 274–275.Google Scholar
  71. 49.
    Marin Mersenne. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 5, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 282–283.Google Scholar
  72. 50.
    Michel Eyquen de Montaigne. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 5, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 366–368.Google Scholar
  73. 51.
    Isaac Orobio de Castro. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 5, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 552–553.Google Scholar
  74. 52.
    Blaise Pascal. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 6, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 51–55.Google Scholar
  75. 53.
    Francisco Sanches. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 7, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 278–280.Google Scholar
  76. 54.
    Scepticism. Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 7, New York, Macmillan, 1967, pp. 449–461.Google Scholar
  77. 55.
    Scepticism and Biblical Criticism in the 17th Century. Expanding Horizons of Knowledge about Men, New York, Yeshiva University, 1967, pp. 47–60.Google Scholar
  78. 56a.
    John H. Randall and the British Empiricists. Naturalism and Historical Understanding, Essays on the Philosophy of John H. Randall, Jr., Buffalo, State University of New York Press, 1967, pp. 94–107;Google Scholar
  79. 56b.
    reprinted, High Road, pp. 39–54.Google Scholar
  80. 57.
    Jewish Values in the Post-Holocaust Future, A Symposium. Judaism, Vol. 16, 1967, pp. 273–276.Google Scholar
  81. 58.
    Mancheanism in the Enlightenment. The Critical Spirit, Essays in Honor of Herbert Marcuse, Boston, Beacon, 1967, pp. 31–54.Google Scholar
  82. 59.
    The Case for Garrison. New York Review of Books, Vol. 9, No. 4,14 September 1967, pp. 19–29.Google Scholar
  83. 60.
    Reply to Mrs. Meagher on Garrison’s Evidence. New York Review of Books, Vol. 9, No. 10, 7 December 1967, pp. 46–47.Google Scholar
  84. 61.
    Scepticism, Theology, and the Scientific Revolution in the 17th Century. Problems in the Philosophy of Science, Imre Lakatos & Alan Musgrave, eds., Amsterdam, North-Holland, 1968, pp.1–39.Google Scholar
  85. 62a.
    Hume and Jurieu: Possible Calvinist Origins of Hume’s Theory of Belief. Revista critica della storia difilosofia, Anno 1967, Florence, Estratto, 1968, pp. 400–417;Google Scholar
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    Joseph Glanvill’s Continuation of the New Atlantis: Mitigated Scepticism and the Ideal of the Royal Society. Actes, XIIe Congrès International d’Histoire des Sciences, Paris, Albert Blanchard, 1968, pp. 84–94.Google Scholar
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    The Sceptical Origins of the Modern Problem of Knowledge. Perception and Personal Identity, Proceedings of the 1967 Oberlin Colloquium in Philosophy, N.S. Carl & R.H. Grimm, eds., Cleveland, Press of Case Western Reserve University, 1969, pp. 3–24.Google Scholar
  90. 66.
    Comments on Derrida’s The Ends of Man. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 30, 1969, pp. 58–65.Google Scholar
  91. 67.
    Introduction to Agrippa von Nettesheim. Opera, Holdenheim, G. Olms, 1970, pp. v–xxii.Google Scholar
  92. 68.
    Scepticism and the Study of History. Physics, Logic, and History, New York, Plenum Press, 1970, pp. 209–230.Google Scholar
  93. 69.
    Introduction to Joseph Glanvill’s Essays on Several Important Subjects in Philosophy and Religion. New York, Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1970, pp. v–xxxv.Google Scholar
  94. 70.
    Hume and Isaac de Pinto. Texas Studies in Literature, Vol. 12, 1970, pp. 417–430.Google Scholar
  95. 71.
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  96. 72.
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    Orobio de Castro, Vol. 12, columns 1475–1477;Google Scholar
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    Francisco Sanches, Vol. 14, column 825;Google Scholar
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    Juan Luis Vives, Vol. 16, columns 197–198;Google Scholar
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    Otto Weiniger, Vol. 16, columns 402–403.Google Scholar
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