For authors with similar names, see Author:George Berkeley.
- Arithmetica (1707)
- Miscellanea Mathematica (1707)
- Philosophical Commentaries or Common-Place Book (1707–08, notebooks)
- An Essay Towards a New Theory of Vision (1709)
- A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge (1710)
- Passive Obedience, or the Christian doctrine of not resisting the Supreme Power (1712)
- Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous (1713)
- An Essay Towards Preventing the Ruin of Great Britain (1721)
- De Motu (1721)
- A Proposal for Better Supplying Churches in our Foreign Plantations, and for converting the Savage Americans to Christianity by a College to be erected in the Summer Islands (1725)
- A Sermon preached before the incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts (1732)
- Alciphron, or the Minute Philosopher (1732)
- The Theory of Vision, or Visual Language, shewing the immediate presence and providence of a Deity, vindicated and explained (1733)
- The Analyst: a Discourse addressed to an Infidel Mathematician (1734)
- A Defence of Free-thinking in Mathematics, with Appendix concerning Mr. Walton's vindication of Sir Isaac Newton's Principle of Fluxions (1735)
- Reasons for not replying to Mr. Walton's Full Answer (1735)
- The Querist, containing several queries proposed to the consideration of the public (three parts, 1735-7).
- A Discourse addressed to Magistrates and Men of Authority (1736)
- Siris, a chain of philosophical reflections and inquiries, concerning the virtues of tar-water (1744).
- A Letter to the Roman Catholics of the Diocese of Cloyne (1745)
- A Word to the Wise, or an exhortation to the Roman Catholic clergy of Ireland (1749)
- Maxims concerning Patriotism (1750)
- Farther Thoughts on Tar-water (1752)
- Miscellany (1752)
The Works of George Berkeley. Ed. by Alexander Campbell Fraser. In 4 Volumes. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1901.