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- Quantum-Bayesian and Pragmatist Views of Quantum Theory, by Richard Healey (Arizona).
- Epistemological Problems of Perception, by Jack Lyons (Arkansas).
- Virtue Ethics, by Rosalind Hursthouse (Auckland) and Glen Pettigrove (Auckland).
- Thermodynamic Asymmetry in Time, by Craig Callender (California – San Diego).
- Doxography of Ancient Philosophy, by Jaap Mansfeld (Urecht).
- Political Revolution, by Florian Grosser (St. Gallen).
- Arnold Geulincx, by J. A. van Ruler (Erasmus).
- Anna Stilz (Princeton) reviews Boundaries of Authority (Oxford), by A. John Simmons.
- Alda Mari (Institut Jean Nicod) reviews Unity and Plurality: Logic, Philosophy, and Linguistics (Oxford), by Massimiliano Carrara, Alexandra Arapinis, and Friederike Moltmann (eds.).
- Nathaniel Goldberg (Washington and Lee) reviews Concept Audits: A Philosophical Method (Lexington), by Nicholas Rescher.
- Ian James, Downing College (Cambridge) reviews Quiet Powers of the Possible: Interviews in Contemporary French Phenomenology (Fordham), by Tarek R. Dika, and W. Chris Hackett (eds.).
- Roger Ariew (South Florida) reviews French Philosophy: 1572-1675 (Oxford), by Desmond M. Clarke.
- Todd Lekan (Muskingum) reviews Toward a Pragmatist Metaethics (Routledge), by Diana B. Heney.
- Phillip R. Sloan (Notre Dame) reviews The Natural and the Human: Science and the Shaping of Modernity, 1739-1841 (Oxford), by Stephen Gaukroger.
- Mogens Lærke (CNRS/ ENS de Lyon) reviews Leibniz: Protestant Theologian (Oxford), by Irena Backus.
- Michael Bell (Warwick) reviews The Aesthetics of Argument (Oxford), by Martin Warner.
Compiled by Michael Glawson, South Carolina