Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update


Below are the past week’s updates to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), and Wi-Phi Open Access Philosophy Videos. (We hope to add the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy back into the mix, too, in future weeks. If you have suggestions for other sites you’d like to see included in this weekly update, please say so in the comments.)

SEP:

New:

  1. Disjunction, Maria Aloni [3.23.16]
  2. Double Consciousness, John P. Pittman [3.21.16]
  3. Methodological Holism in the Social Sciences, Julie Zahle [3.21.16]

Revised:

  1. Sovereignty, Daniel Philpott [3.25.16]
  2. Identity Politics, Cressida Heyes [3.23.16]
  3. Biological Information, Peter Godfrey-Smith and Kim Sterelny [3.23.16]
  4. Henri Bergson, Leonard Lawlor and Valentine Foulard [3.21.16]
  5. Communitarianism, Daniel Bell [3.21.16]

NDPR:

  1. Andrew Winner reviews Benjamin Ware, Dialectic of the Ladder: Wittgenstein, the ‘Tractatus’ and Modernism [03.25.16]
  2. Helen A. Fielding reviews Diana Enns and Antonio Calcagno (eds.), Thinking about Love: Essays in Contemporary Continental Philosophy [03.24.16]
  3. Jonathan Crowe reviews George Pavlakos and Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco (eds.), Reasons and Intentions in Law and Practical Agency [03.23.16]
  4. Nathan Powers reviews Håvard Løkke, Knowledge and Virtue in Early Stoicism [03.22.16]
  5. Tim Crane reviews David Ellis, Frank Cioffi: The Philosopher in Shirt-Sleeves [03.21.16]
  6. Fransisco J. Gonzalez reviewsFrançois Renaud and Harold Tarrant, The Platonic Alcibiades I: The Dialogue and its Ancient Reception [03.20.16]

WiPhi:

  1. Analyzing Knowledge, Part 1 (The Gettier Problem) [3.3.16]
  2. Analyzing Knowledge, Part 2 (No-False-Lemma & No-Defeater Approaches) [3.5.16]
  3. Analyzing Knowledge, Part 3 (Causal and Reliabilist Approaches) [3.11.16]
  4. Analyzing Knowledge, Part 4 (Tracking Theories) [3.18.16]
  5. ‘Knowledge First’ Epistemology [3.25.16]

Compiled by Michael Glawson (South Carolina)

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