SEP, IEP, NDPR, Wi-Phi Weekly Update


The new edition of the massive amassing of philosophically relevant links known as the Philosophical Percolations‘ “Saturday Linkorama” is up. As usual, thanks to a special arrangement with the crew there, I present below a sample of what they have on offer: last week’s updates and new additions to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), and Wi-Phi Wireless Philosophy. Thanks to the individuals responsible for this week’s Linkorama—Jon Cogburn, John Fletcher, BP Morton, and Mark Silcox.

SEP:

  1. Bernard Bosanquet (William Sweet) [REVISED: July 9, 2015] Changes to: Main text, Bibliography.
  2. Personal Identity (Eric T. Olson) [REVISED: July 9, 2015] Changes to: Main text, Bibliography.
  3. Action-based Theories of Perception (Robert Briscoe and Rick Grush) [NEW: July 8, 2015].
  4. Belief Merging and Judgment Aggregation (Gabriella Pigozzi) [NEW: July 8, 2015].
  5. Natural Theology and Natural Religion (Andrew Chignell and Derk Pereboom) [NEW: July 6, 2015].
  6. Feminist Perspectives on the Self (Cynthia Willett, Ellie Anderson, and Diana Meyers) [REVISED:July 6, 2015] Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, bib.html.
  7. Homosexuality (Brent Pickett) [REVISED: July 5, 2015] Changes to: Main text, Bibliography.

IEP:

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NDPR:

  1. Mark Bernier Gordon Graham’s Wittgenstein and Natural Religion.
  2.  Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor reviews Kathleen Lennon’s Imagination and the Imaginary.
  3. Daniel Z. Korman reviews Thomas Sattig’s The Double Lives of Objects: An Essay in the Metaphysics of the Ordinary World.
  4. Todd May reviews Étienne Balibar’s Violence and Civility: On the Limits of Political Philosophy.
  5. Jeanine M. Grenberg reviews Julian Wuerth’s Kant on Mind, Action, and Ethics.
  6. Sten Ebbesen reviews John Buridan’s Treatise on Consequences.
  7. Christopher Mole reviews Carlos Montemayor and Harry Haroutioun Haladjian’s Consciousness, Attention, and Conscious Attention.
  8. Charles Travis reviews John Searle’s Seeing Things as They Are: A Theory of Perception.

Wi-Phi:

  1. Jonny Anomaly (Duke) on The Tragedy of the Commons.

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