Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Bibliographie

BIBLIOGRAPHIE

Éditions de l’ouvrage traduit dans ce volume

Première édition, 1696 :
Christianity not Mysterious: OR, A TREATISE Shewing, that there is nothing in the GOSPEL Contrary to REASON, Nor ABOVE it: And that no Christian Doctrine can be properly call’d A MYSTERY.
London, Printed in the Year 1696
[anonyme]

Deuxième édition, 1696 :
Christianity not Mysterious: OR, A TREATISE Shewing, that there is nothing in the GOSPEL Contrary to REASON, Nor ABOVE it: And that no Christian Doctrine can be properly call’d A MYSTERY. By John Toland. The Second Edition Enlarged.
LONDON, Printed for Sam. Buckley at the Dolphin over against St. Dunstans Church in Fleetstreet. MDCXVI
[porte quelques changements et additions par rapport à la deuxième édition]

Troisième édition, 1702 :
Christianity not Mysterious: OR, A TREATISE Shewing, that there is nothing in the GOSPEL Contrary to REASON, Nor ABOVE it: And that no Christian Doctrine can be properly call’d A MYSTERY. By John Toland
To which is Added, An Apology for Mr. Toland, in relation to the Parliament of Ireland’s ordering this Book to be burnt.
London, Printed in the Year 1702.
[inclut une apologie qui est déjà apparue seule en 1697]

Reprint de la première édition :
Christianity not Mysterious. Faksimile-Neudruck der Erstaugabe London 1696 mit einer Einleitung von Günther Gawlick und einem textkritischen Anhang, Friedrich Fromann Verlag (Günther-Holzboog), Stuttgart-Bad Canstatt 1964.
[avec en notes la plupart des variantes entre les première et deuxième éditions]

Réédition de la première édition dans :
John Toland’s Christianity not Mysterious : text, associated works and critical essays. Philip McGuinness, Alan Harrison, Richard Kearney (éds), Dublin, The Lilliput Press, 1997.
[se sert des notes de Günther Gawlick (voir ci-dessus) en ce qui concerne les variantes entre les éditions]

Reprint de la deuxième édition dans :
Christianity not Mysterious, John Toland. A Letter in Answer to a Book entitled Christianity not Mysterious, Peter Browne, Ed. John Vladimir Price, London & Tokyo, Routledge/Thoemmes Press & Kinokuniya, 1995.

Traduction française :
Le Christianisme sans mystères, ou Traité ou l’on fait voir, qu’il n’y a rien dans l’Evangile, qui soit ou contraire a la raison, ou au-dessus d’elle, et qu’aucun dogme chrétien ne se peut proprement appeler mystère ; par Jean Toland à Londres. 1702. [Ce manuscrit est dans la bibliothèque de Helsinki, sous côte Cö I 20. Nous n’avons pas pu le consulter.]

Traduction allemande :
Christentum ohne Geheimnis. Übersetzt von W. Lunde; eingeleitet und unter Beifügung von Leibnizins Annotatiuncolae, hg. Von Leopold Zscharnck, Gissen, A. Töpelmann, 1908. Studien zur Geschichte des neueren Protestantismus, 3. Quellenheft.
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Les apologies et les défenses par Toland de Christianity not Mysterious

AN APOLOGY FOR Mr. TOLAND, In a LETTER from Himself to a Member of the House of Commons In Ireland, written the day before his book was resolved to be burnt by the committee of religion, to which is prefixed a NARRATIVE containing the Occasion of the said LETTER. London, Printed in the Year MDCXCVII
[Réédité en 1702 comme partie de la troisième édition de Christianity not Mysterious
et réédité dans John Toland’s Christianity not Mysterious : text, associated works and critical essays Philip McGuinness, Alan Harrison, Richard Kearney (éds), Dublin, The Lilliput Press, 1997.]

A DEFENSE OF Mr.TOLAND, IN A LETTER to Himself. London. Printed for E. Whitlock, near Stationers-Hall, MDCXCVII
[Réédité dans John Toland’s Christianity not Mysterious : text, associated works and critical essays, Philip McGuinness, Alan Harrison, Richard Kearney (éds), Dublin, The Lilliput Press, 1997.]

VINDICIUS LIBERIUS: OR M. Toland’s Defense of himself, Against the late Lower House of Convocation, and Others; WHEREIN (Besides his Letter to the Prolocutor) Certain Passages of the Book, Intitl’d CHRISTIANITY NOT MYSTERIOUS, are Explaind’d, and others Corrected: WITH A Full and clear Account of the Authors PRINCIPLES relating to CHURCH and STATE; and a JUSTIFICATION of the WHIGS and COMMON-WEALTHSMEN, against the Misrepresentations of all their Opposers. London: Printed for Bernard Lintott at the Post-House next the Middle-Temple-Gate in Fleetstreet. MDCCII.
[Réédité dans John Toland’s Christianity not Mysterious : text, associated works and critical essays Philip McGuinness, Alan Harrison, Richard Kearney (éds), Dublin, The Lilliput Press, 1997.

Ouvrages écrits en réponse à Christianity not Mysterious (liste non exhaustive)
Sources
Giancarlo Carabelli, Tolandiana : Materiali bibliografici per lo studio dell’opera e della fortuna di John Toland (1670-1722), Firenze, La Nuova Italia, 1975
Günter Gawlick, « Einleitung », Christianity not Mysterious. Faksimile-Neudruck der Erstaugabe London 1696 mit einer Einleitung von Günther Gawlick und einem textkritischen Anhang, Friedrich Fromann Verlag (Günther-Holzboog), Stuttgart-Bad Canstatt 1964.

Atterbury, Francis et al., A Letter to A Convocation-Man Concerning the Rights, Powers, and Privileges of that Body. London, 1697.

Becconsall, Thomas, The Christian Belief, wherein is asserted and proved, that as there is nothing in the Gospel contrary to Reason, yet there are some Doctrines in it above reason, and these being necessarily enjoyn’d us to believe, are properly call’d Mysteries, in Answer to a Book entituled Christianity not Mysterious. London, 1696.

Beverley, Thomas, Christianity the Great Mystery. In Answer to a late Treatise, Christianity not Mysterious: That is not Above Not Contrary to Reason. In Opposition to which is Asserted, Christianity is above Created Reason, in its pure Estate. And contrary to Humane Reason, as Fallen and Corrupted: and therefore in proper sense, Mystery. Together with a Postscript Letter to the Author, on his Second Edition Enlarg’d. London, 1696.

Browne, Peter, A Letter in Answer to a Book Entitled, Christianity not Mysterious, As also to all those who set up for Reason and Evidence in Opposition to Revelation and Mysteries. London, 1697.
Elys, Edmund, A Letter to Sir Robert Howard, with Animadversions upon a Book: Christianity not Mysterious. London, 1696.

Gailhard, Jean, The Blasphemous Socinian Heresie Disproved and Confuted, Wherein the Doctinal and Controversial Parts of those Points are handled, and the Adversaries Scripture and School-Arguments answered, With Animadversions upon a late Book called, Christianity not Mysterious. London, 1697.

Hill, Oliver, A Rod for the Back of Fools: in Answer to a Book by John Toland, called, Christianity not Mysterious. London, 1702.

Norris, John, An Account of Reason and Faith in Relation to the Mysteries of Christianity. London, 1697.
Payne, William, The Mystery of the Christian Faith and of the Blessed Trinity Vindicated, and the Divinity of Christ Proved. In Three Sermons. London, 1697.

Stillingfleet, Edward (Bishop of Worcester), A Discourse in Vindication of the Doctrine of the Trinity: With an Answer to the Late Socinian Objections against it from Scripture, Antiquity and Reason. London, 1696. [Cet ouvrage déclencha une série de lettres entre Stillingfleet et John Locke.]

Synge, Edward, An Appendix to A Gentlemen’s Religion: In which it is Proved, That nothing contrary to our Resaon, can Possibly be the Object of our Belief; But that it is no just Exception against some of the Doctrines of Christianity, that they are above our Reason. London, 1698.

Willis, Richard, The Occasional Paper Number III: Reflexions upon Mr. Toland’s Book, Called Christianity not Mysterious: with some Considerations of the use of Reason in Matters of Religion. London, 1697.
Autres principaux ouvrages de Toland

Two Essays sent in a Letter from Oxford to a Nobleman in London [...] [pseudonyme « L.P. ». Que Toland en soit l’auteur est disputé] (1695)

Davanzati, Bernardo. A Discourse upon Coins. [Traduction par Toland d’un texte de 1588] (1696)

A Lady’s Religion [...] [pseudonyme « Adeisdaemon », ce qui signifie « l’homme sans superstition »] (1697)

A Treatise on the Causes of Incredulity [traduction d’un texte français de Jean LeClerc] (1697)

A Letter to a Member of Parliament, shewing that a Restraint on the Press in inconsistant with the Protestant Religion, and dangerous to the Liberties of the Nation. (1697 ou 1698)

The Militia Reformed [...] (1698)

The Life of John Milton [...] (1698)

Amyntor ; Or A Defence of Milton’s Life [...] (1699)

Memoirs of Denzil, Lord Holles, Baron of Ifield in Sussex, from the Year1641 to 1648. (1699)

Memoirs of Lieutenant General Ludlow [...] (1699)

Earl of Shaftesbury. An Inquiry Concerning Virtue [...] [édité par Toland] (1699)

Clito : A Poem on the Force of Eloquence. [Pseudonyme, « Adeisdaemon », voir A Lady’s Religion] (1700)

The Oceanea of James Harrington [...] with an exact account of his life Prefix’d, by John Toland. (1700)

Anglia Libera : Or The Limitation and succession of the Crown of England explain’d and asserted [...] (1701)

The Art of Governing by Parties [...] (1701)

Propositions for uniting the two East-India Companies [...] (1701)

Limitations for the Next Foreign Successor, Or A New Saxon Race. [...] (1701

Reasons for Addressing His Majesty to invite into England their Highnesses, the Electress Dowager and the Electoral Prince of Hanover [...] (1702)

Letters to Serena [...] (1704)

An Account of the Courts of Prussia and Hanover [...] (1705)

A Defense of her Majesty’s Administration [...] (1705)

Socinianism truly Stated, Being an Example of fair Dealing in all Theological Controversys. To which is prefixt, Indifference in Disputes : Recommended to a pantheist by an Orthodox Friend. (1705)

Some Plain Observations Recommended to the Observation of every Honest English-Man [...] (1705)

The Declaration Lately Published, in Favour of his Protestant Subjects, by the Elector Palantine and notify’d to her Majesty. To which is prefixed an impartial account of the causes of those innovations and grievances about religion which are now so happily addressed by his Electoral Highness. (1707)

Adeisdaemon, Sive Titus Livius A Superstitione vindicatus [...] (1709)

Origines Judicae [...] (1709)

The Jacobitism, Perjury, and Popery of High-Church priests. (1710)

The Judgement of K. James the First, And King Charles the First, Against Non-Resistance, Discover’d by their own Letters, and now offer’d to the Consideration of Dr. Sacheverell and his Party. (1710)

Mr. Toland’s Reflections on Dr. Sacheverell’s Sermon [...] (1710)

High-Church Display’d : Being A Compleat History of the Affair of Dr. Sacheverell [...] (1711)

An Appeal to Honest People Against Wicked Priests [...] (1713)

The Art of Restoring [...] (1714)

Cicero, Quintus Tullius. The Art of Canvassing at Elections [...] [Traduction et préface par Toland] (1714)

Reasons for Naturalizing the Jews in Great Britain and Ireland [...] (1714)

The State Anatomy of Great Britain [...] (1717)

The Destiny of Rome : Or, The Probability of the Speedy and Final Destruction of thePope [...] (1718)

Nazarenus: or Jewish, Gentile and Mahometan Christianity [...]. (1718)

Pantheisticon : Sive Formula Celebrandae Sodalitas Socraticae[...] (1720) [trad. anglais anonyme, 1751]

Tetradymus [...] (1720)

A Collection of Several Pieces of Mr. Toland [...] [deux volumes, éditées par Pierre Des Maizeaux] (1726)
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Ouvrages de Toland traduits en Français
Source
Giancarlo Carabelli, Tolandiana : Materiali bibliografici per lo studio dell’opera e della fortuna di John Toland (1670-1722), Firenze, La Nuova Italia, 1975.


An account of the Courts of Prussia and Hanover[...] (1705)
[trad.] Relations des Cours De Prusse et De Hanovre [...] A La Haye, chez Thomas Johnson, Marchand Libraire, dans le Pooten. MDCCVI.

« Clidophorus », or of the exoteric and Esoteric philosphy
[trad.] Clidophorus. éd. et trad. Tristan Dagron, Paris, Editions Allia, 2002.

The Declaration Lately Published, in Favour of his Protestant Subjects, by the Elector Palantine and notify’d to her Majesty. To which is prefixed an impartial account of the causes of those innovations and grievances about religion which are now so happily addressed by his Electoral Highness. (1707)
[trad.] Déclaration de l’Electeur Palantin, an Faveur de ses Sujets Protestants [...] Précédée d’un discours historique sur les causes des innovations et de Griefs de Religion que S.A.E. a depuis peu si heureusement redressez. Par Mr. Toland. A La Haye, chez T. Johnson, Libraire Anglois. MDCCVII.

Lettre d’un Anglais à un Hollandais au sujet du Docteur Sacheverell (1710)
[écrite originellement en français et publiée plus tard comme Mr. Toland’s Reflections on Dr. Sacheverell’s Sermon. ]

Letters to Serena [...] (1704)
[trad. 1] Lettres Philosophiques sur l’origine des Préjugés [...]. à Londres, MDCCLXVIII. La traduction est attribuée au Baron d’Holbach.
[trad. 2] Lettres à Séréna, dans Naigeon, Jacques-André, Encyclopédie méthodique. Philosophie ancienne et moderne, tome III, Paris, Panckoucke, [1794].
[trad. de la troisième lettre] Parallèle entre la raison originale et la loy de la nature, le paganisme ou la corruption de la loy de la nature, la loy de Moyse ou le paganisme reformé, et le christianisme ou la loy retablie. Dans Grua G., Textes inédites de Leibniz d’après les manuscrits de la bibliothèque provinciale d’Hannover, 2vols. Paris 1948.
[trad. 4 : Manuscrit dans la bibliothèque de Helsinki, côte Cö I 20.] Cinq lettres Françaises sur diverses [sic] sujets, touchants la philosophie [154 p.]

Nazarenus: or Jewish, Gentile and Mahometan Christianity [...]. (1718)
[trad.] Le Nazaréen, Ou Le Christianiusme des Juifs, Des Gentils, et Des Mahometans [...] Londres, MDCCLXVII.
[La traduction est attribuée par certains au Baron d’Holbach, mais cette attribution est mise en question par d’autres.]

The Oceanea of James Harrington [...] with an exact account of his life, by John Toland. (1700)
[trad.] Oeuvres Politiques de Jacques Harrington, Ecuyer, Paris, Chez Leclerc, L’an III de la République Française, en 3 tomes. La « Vie de Jacques Harrington, Ecrite par Jean Toland » occupe les pp. 1-44 du tome I.

Pantheisticon, Sive Formula Celebrandae Sodalitatis Socraticae [...] (1720, trad. anglaise anonyme, 1751)
[trad. 1], Un précurseur de la franc-maçonnerie : John Toland 1670 - 1722. Suivi de la traduction française du Pantheisticon de John Toland, Albert Lantoine, Paris, Emile Nourry, 1927.
[trad. 2] Pantheisticon, ou Formulaire pour la Célébration De La Sodalité Socratique [...], dans Toland John,, le Pantheisticon 1720, H. Welsch et H. Dubois s.l. 1927.

Reasons for Naturalizing the Jews in Great Britain and Ireland [...] (1714)
[trad.] Raisons de Naturaliser les Juifs en Grande-Bretagne et en Irlande. trad. et intro. Pierre Lurbe, Paris, P.U.F., 1998.

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Études critiques et articles

Recueils d’articles
McGuinness, Philip, Alan Harrison, Richard Kearney (éds), John Toland’s Christianity not Mysterious : text, associated works and critical essays. Dublin, The Lilliput Press, 1997.

Brykman, Geneviève (éd.), John Toland (1670-1722) et la crise de conscience européenne. Revue de Synthèse 2-3, 1995.

Études
Berti, Silvia, « At the Roots of Unbelief », Journal of the History of Ideas, vol. 56 no.4, Oct. 1995, pp. 555-573.

Biddle, John C., « Locke’s Critique of Innate Principles and Toland’s Deism », Journal of the History of Ideas, vol. 37 no.3, July-Sept. 1976, pp. 411-422.

Carabelli, Giancarlo Tolandiana : Materiali bibliografici per lo studio dell’opera e della fortuna di John Toland (1670-1722), Firenze, La Nuova Italia, 1975.

Carrive, Paulette, La pensée politique anglaise: passions pouvoirs et libertés de Hooker à Hume. Paris, P.U.F., 1994.

Daniel, Stephen, John Toland : His Methods, Manners, and Mind, Kingston & Montreal, McGill-Queen’s U.P., 1984.

Evans, Robert Rees, Pantheisticon : the Career of John Toland, Berne, Francfort/Main, New York & Paris, Peter Lang, 1991.

Lurbe, Pierre, John Toland : De la Raison à la cité, Thèse de l’Université de Dijon, 1987.
____ « John Toland, homme d’ordre et rebelle » in Rebelles dans le monde Anglo-Américain aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, édité par Denise Bulckaen-Messina, Paris, Univ. de Paris III, 1987, pp. 142-157.

Rivers, Isabel, Reason, Grace, and Sentiment : A study of the language of religion and ethics in England 1660 – 1780. Volume II Shaftesbury to Hume. Cambridge, Cambridge U.P., 2000.

Sullivan, Robert E., John Toland and the Deist Controversy, Cambridge Mass. & London, Harvard U.P., 1982.

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