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- Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim, by Vittoria Perrone Compagni (Florence).
- Aristotle’s Logic, by Robin Smith (Texas A&M).
- Heaven and Hell in Christian Thought, by Thomas Talbott (Willamette).
- Formal Learning Theory, by Oliver Schulte (Simon Frasier).
- Incompatibilist (Nondeterministic) Theories of Free Will, by Randolph Clarke (Florida State) and Justin Capes (Tennessee State).
- William Godwin, by Mark Philp (Warwick).
- Natural Kinds, by Alexander Bird (Bristol) and Emma Tobin (UC London).
- Francis Herbert Bradley’s Moral and Political Philosophy, by David Crossleym (Saskatchewan).
- Robert Holkot, by Hester Gelber (Stanford) and John T. Slotemaker (Fairfield)
- Abstract Objects, by Gideon Rosen (Princeton).
- Paternalism, by Gerald Dworkin (UC Davis).
- Arnold Geulincx, by J. A. van Ruler (Erasmus).
- Scotus: Knowledge of God, by Alexander Hall (Clayton State).
- Thomas Aquinas, by Christopher M. Brown (Tennessee-Martin).
- The African Predicament, by Isaiah Aduojo Negedu (Federal University of Lafia).
- Christopher Bertram (Bristol) reviews Rousseau’s Ethics of Truth: A Sublime Science of Simple Souls (Routledge), by Jason Neidleman.
- Robert Fudge (Weber State) reviews Adam Smith: His Life, Thought, and Legacy (Princeton), by Ryan Patrick Hanley (ed.).
- Stanley Bates (Middlebury College) reviews Excursions with Thoreau: Philosophy, Poetry, Religion (Bloomsbury), by Edward F. Mooney.
- Richard Velkley (Tulane) reviews Images of History: Kant, Benjamin, Freedom and the Human Subject (Oxford), by Richard Eldridge.
- Barry Allen (McMaster) reviews Ironic Life (Polity), by Richard J. Bernstein.
Compiled by Michael Glawson, University of South Carolina