(i) Books

Reviews:
a) John Yolton,
British Journal for History of Philosophy, October 2003
b) Daniel Flage,
Philosophical Books, August 2004
c) Tony Pitson,
Philosophical Quarterly, October 2004
d) Douglas Jesseph,
Philosophical Review, October 2004
e) George Pappas,
Mind, July 2007

  • Allen, K. and Stoneham, T. (eds.) 2011: Causation and Modern Philosophy, Routledge Advances in the History of Philosophy.


(ii) Chapters in books

  • Stoneham, T. 1995: ‘Transparency, Sense and Self-Knowledge’. Sense and Reference One Hundred Years Later, eds. J.Biro and P.Kotako, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, pp. 103-12.

  • Stoneham, T. 2004: 'Self-Knowledge'. Handbook of Epistemology, eds. I.Niiniluoto, J.Wolenski, M.Sintonen, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, pp. 647-72.

  • Stoneham, T. 2005: 'Berkeley's Principles of Human Knowledge'. Central Works of Philosophy, vol. 2, ed. J.Shand, Chesham: Acumen, pp. 137-65.

    • 'Tom Stoneham’s analysis of Berkeley’s Principles is subtle, ingenious and original' - Philosophical Books, April 2008, 141.
  • Stoneham, T. 2009: ''Berkeley – Arguments for Idealism', in Routledge Companion to Metaphysics, eds. Le Poidevin, Simons, McGonigal and Cameron (Routledge), pp.119-30.

  • Stoneham, T. 2010: 'Berkeley on Action', in Blackwell Companion to the Philosophy of Action, eds. Sandis and O'Connor, pp.496-504.

  • Stoneham, T. 2012: ‘No Atheism without Scepticism’, Key Debates in Modern Philosophy, eds. Duncan, S. and LoLordo, A., New York: Routledge.

(iii) Articles in journals