Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update


Here’s the latest from some key online philosophy resources.

We check the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), Wi-Phi, and 1000-Word Philosophy for updates weekly and report them right here. 

If you think there are other regularly updated sites we should add to this feature, feel free to suggest them in the comments.

SEP

New:  Ø

Revised:

  1. James Ward, by Pierfrancesco Basile (Bern).
  2. Marsilio Ficino, by Christopher S. Celenza (Georgetown).
  3. Attention, by Christopher Mole (British Columbia).
  4. Pascal’s Wager, by Alan Hájek (Australian National University).
  5. Nothingness, by Roy Sorensen (Washington University-St. Louis).
  6. Callicles and Thrasymachus, by Rachel Barney (Toronto).
  7. Self-Reference, by Thomas Bolander (Technical University of Denmark).
  8. Max Horkheimer, by J.C. Berendzen (Loyola).
  9. Colonialism, by Margaret Kohn (Toronto) and Kavita Reddy (Toronto).
  10. Species, by Marc Ereshefsky (Calgary).
  11. Enlightenment, by William Bristow (Western Michigan).
  12. Nicole Oresme, by Stefan Kirschner (Hamburg).


IEP  Ø
NDPR

  1. Michael Baur (Fordham) reviews Fichte’s Ethical Thought (Oxford), by Allen W. Wood.
  2. Angelica Nuzzo (CUNY) reviews The Cambridge Companion to Fichte (Cambridge), by David James and Günter Zöller (eds.).
  3. Richard Eldridge (Swarthmore College) reviews Aesthetic Disinterestedness: Art, Experience, and the Self (Routledge), by Thomas Hilgers.
  4. Philip A. Ebert (Stirling) reviews Abstraction and Infinity (Oxford), by Paolo Mancosu.
  5. Jeff Kasser (Colorado State) reviews Peirce on Perception and Reasoning: From Icons to Logic (Routledge), by Kathleen A. Hull and Richard Kenneth Atkins (eds.).
  6. Hans Pedersen (Indiana University-Pennsylvania) reviews Giving a Damn: Essays in Dialogue with John Haugeland (MIT), by Zed Adams and Jacob Browning (eds.).

 

Wi-Phi  

  1. Should We Fear Death? by Travis Timmerman (Seton Hall)

 

1000-Word Philosophy  Ø

 

BONUS: What makes humans special.

Compiled by Michael Glawson (University of South Carolina)

 

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