On Translating Locke, Berkeley, and Hume into English

Teaching Philosophy 17 (3):261-269 (1994)
I have recently been collaborating with my colleague Stewart Thau in teaching a 200-level course on early modern philosophy. The students are given a "Guide to Reading" for each class's reading assignment, along with about six questions on the assignment, one of which is then selected as a mini-quiz in class at the start of the next lecture. Failures and no-shows in the quizzes have an effect on the final grades.
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DOI 10.5840/teachphil199417324
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