Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Étienne Bonnot de Condillac" by Lorne Falkenstein

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Primary Literature

Condillac's Works

  • Lettres inédites à Gabriel Cramer, Georges Le Roy (ed.), Paris: Press Universitaires de France, 1953.
  • Les Monades, Bongie, Laurence (ed.), in Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 187, 1980.
  • Oeuvres philosophiques, Georges Le Roy (ed.), 3 volumes, Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1947–1951.
    • Volume I (1947) contains the Essai sur l'origine des connoissances humaines, Traité des Systêmes, Traité des Sensations, “Dissertation sur la liberté,” “Réponse a un reproche qui m'a été fait sur le project exécuté dans le Traité des Sensations,” “Extrait raisonné du traité des sensations,” Traité des Animaux, “Lettre de monsieur l'abbé de Condillac à l'auteur des ‘Lettres à un Américan,’” “Discours de réception a l'académie Françoise,” and selections from the Cours d'études pour l'instruction du Prince de Parme, including the introduction to the course of studies, Grammaire, De l'art d'écrire, De l'art de raisonner, and De l'art de Penser, It is prefaced by Le Roy's introduction, surveying Condillac's life, the development of his thought, and his influence. (Scholar)
    • Volume II (1948) contains excerpts from the treatment of ancient and modern history in the Cours d'études, Le Commerce et le Gouvernement, La Logique, La Langue des Calculs, and correspondence. (Scholar)
    • Volume III (1951) contains the Dictionnaire des synonymes and a bibliography containing directions regarding Condillac manuscripts and correspondence. (Scholar)
  • Condillac, Lefèvre, Roger, Vienne: Segliers, 1966. This contains substantial selections from Condillac's works interpersed with running commentary. It is an excellent introduction to his thought. (Scholar)
  • Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge, Hans Aarsleff (trans.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
  • La Logique/Logic, W. R. Albury (ed. and trans.), New York: Abaris, 1980. This is a bilingual edition with English translation and a facsimilie reproduction of an early French edition on facing pages. Unfortunately, the editor neglects to indicate which edition is being reproduced. (Scholar)
  • Condillac's treatise on the sensations, Geraldine Carr (trans.), London: Favil Press, 1930.
  • An Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge: being a supplement to Mr. Locke's essay on the human understanding, Thomas Nugent (trans.), London: J. Nourse, 1756. Reprinted in facsimilie, 1971, Gainsville: Scholar's Facsimilies and Reprints. (Scholar)
  • Philosophical Writings of Etienne Bonnot, Abbé de Condillac, 2 volumes, Franklin Philip (trans.), Hillsdale NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1982–87.
    • Volume I (1982) contains A Treatise on Systems, A Treatise on Sensations, and Logic, or the First Developments of the Art of Thinking, The translation of Condillac's introduction to the Treatise on Sensations, contains a translation of the “Extrait rasonné,” without acknowledgement or separation from the rest of Condillac's original introduction. The translation of the Treatise on Sensations, omits the “Dissertation on Liberty.” (Scholar)
    • Volume II (1987) contains a judicious abridgment of the Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge, and the introduction to the Course of Study for the Prince of Parma,

Related Primary Source Material

  • Bonnet, Charles, 1755, Essai de psychologie, Hildesheim: Olms, 1978. (Scholar)
  • Chesselden, W., 1728, “An Account of some Observations made by a young Gentleman who was born blind ... and was couch'd between 13 and 14 Years of Age,” London: W. Innys, 1729; reprinted in Royal Society of London, Philosophical Transactions, 35 (402): 447–450. (Scholar)
  • Diderot, Denis, 1749, “Letter on the Blind for the Use of Those Who See,” in Diderot's Early Philosophical Works, Margaret Jourdain (trans.), New York: Burt Franklin, 1972. (Scholar)
  • Helvetius, Claude A., 1760, De L'esprit, or, Essays on the mind and its several faculties, New York: Burt Franklin, 1970. (Scholar)
  • Hume, David, 1739, A Treatise of Human Nature, Book I, David Fate Norton and Mary J. Norton (eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. (Scholar)
  • Lignac, Joseph Adrien Lelarge, Abbé de [Réaumur, René Antoine Ferchault de], 1756, Suite des “Lettres à un Américan” sur les IV et V Volumes de l' “Histoire Naturelle” de M. de Buffon, et sur le “Traité des Animaux” de M. l'abbé de Condillac, 4 vols., Hambourg. (Cited by Le Roy in Condillac, Oeuvres philosophiques, vol. I: 381 n.19.) (Scholar)
  • Reid, Thomas, 1764, An Inquiry into the Human Mind on the Principles of Common Sense, Derek R. Brookes (ed.), University Park: The Pennsylvania State University, 1997. (Scholar)
  • Tetens, Johan Nicolai, 1777, Philosophische Versuche über die menschliche Natur und ihre Entwicklung, Wilhelm Uebele (ed.), Berlin: Reuther & Richard, 1913. (Scholar)

Secondary Literature

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