@misc{jesseph_2010, title={Hobbes, Bramhall and the politics of liberty and necessity: A quarrel of the civil wars and interregnum.}, volume={115}, number={2}, journal={American Historical Review}, author={Jesseph, D. M.}, year={2010}, pages={606–607} }
@misc{jesseph_2004, title={Berkeley's world: An examination of the three dialogues.}, volume={113}, number={4}, journal={Philosophical Review}, author={Jesseph, D. M.}, year={2004}, pages={571–574} }
@misc{jesseph_2001, title={The Mathematical counterreform; constitution and diffusion of a Jesuit mathematical culture in the Renaissance (1540-1640)}, volume={92}, number={2}, journal={Isis}, author={Jesseph, D. M.}, year={2001}, pages={386–387} }
@book{jesseph_m. bishop_2000, title={Beluthahatchie and other stories}, ISBN={0965590119}, publisher={Urbana, IL : Golden Gryphon Press}, author={Jesseph, D. M. and M. Bishop, afterword by J. Kessel}, year={2000} }
@book{jesseph_1999, title={Squaring the circle: The war between Hobbes and Wallis}, ISBN={0226398994}, publisher={Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press}, author={Jesseph, D. M.}, year={1999} }
@article{jesseph_1999, title={The decline and fall of Hobbesian geometry}, volume={30A}, ISSN={["1879-2510"]}, DOI={10.1016/S0039-3681(99)00011-4}, abstractNote={We present an informational view of classical propositional logic that stems from a kind of informational semantics whereby the meaning of a logical operator is specified solely in terms of the information that is actually possessed by an agent. In this view the inferential power of logical agents is naturally bounded by their limited capability of manipulating “virtual information”, namely information that is not implicitly contained in the data. Although this informational semantics cannot be expressed by any finitely-valued matrix, it can be expressed by a non-deterministic 3-valued matrix that was first introduced by W.V.O. Quine, but ignored by the logical community. Within the general framework presented in [21] we provide an in-depth discussion of this informational semantics and a detailed analysis of a specific infinite hierarchy of tractable approximations to classical propositional logic that is based on it. This hierarchy can be used to model the inferential power of resource-bounded agents and admits of a uniform proof-theoretical characterization that is half-way between a classical version of Natural Deduction and the method of semantic tableaux.}, number={3}, journal={STUDIES IN HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE}, author={Jesseph, DM}, year={1999}, month={Sep}, pages={425–453} }
@misc{jesseph_1998, title={Mechanism and subjectivity in the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes (German), by M. Esfeld}, volume={89}, number={2}, journal={Isis}, author={Jesseph, D. M.}, year={1998}, pages={338–339} }
@misc{jesseph_1998, title={Philosophy of mathematics and mathematical practice in the seventeenth century}, volume={107}, number={1}, journal={Philosophical Review}, author={Jesseph, D. M.}, year={1998}, pages={146–148} }
@misc{jesseph_1997, title={Discipline and experience: the mathematical way in the scientific revolution. P. Dear}, volume={38}, number={3}, journal={Technology and Culture}, author={Jesseph, D. M.}, year={1997}, pages={756–758} }
@book{jesseph_1993, title={Berkeley's philosophy of mathematics}, ISBN={0226398978}, publisher={Chicago: University of Chicago Press}, author={Jesseph, D. M.}, year={1993} }