Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update


We’ve added a new section to the Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update: “Reviews of Philosophy Books in the Popular Press.”

This section will contain links to recent reviews of books by academic philosophers that are published in non-academic venues, such as newspapers, magazines, literary websites, etc. Since there are many such possible venues, your assistance in noticing relevant reviews would be much appreciated: if you see something, please send in the link. Thanks!

The new section joins the rest of our weekly survey of online philosophy resources, which includes the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), 1000-Word Philosophy, Wireless Philosophy (Wi-Phi), and occasionally some other sites.

SEP

New:

  1. Neo-Kantianism, by Jeremy Heis (California-Irvine).

Revised:

  1. Olympiodorus, by Christian Wildberg (California-Irvine).
  2. David, by Christian Wildberg (California-Irvine).
  3. Paraconsistent Logic, by Graham Priest (Melbourne), Koji Tanaka (Australian National), and Zach Weber (Otago).
  4. Experiment in Biology, by Marcel Weber (Genève).
  5. Arabic and Islamic Metaphysics, by Amos Bertolacci (Scuola Normale Superiore).

IEP Ø

1000-Word Philosophy

  1. The Epistemology of Disagreement, by Jonathan Matheson (North Florida).

Wireless Philosophy Ø

NDPR

  1. James R. Beebe (Buffalo) reviews On Folk Epistemology: How We Think and Talk about Knowledge (Oxford), by Mikkel Gerken.
  2. Darren Hudson Hick (Furman) reviews  Isn’t That Clever: A Philosophical Account of Humor and Comedy (Routledge), by Steven Gimbel.
  3. A.C. Paseau (Oxford) reviews  Naturalizing Logico-Mathematical Knowledge: Approaches from Philosophy, Psychology and Cognitive Science (Routledge), by Sorin Bangu (ed.).
  4. Claudio Corradett (Rome) reviews Technosystem: The Social Life of Reason (Harvard), by Andrew Feenberg.
  5. Norbert Paulo (Graz/Salzburg) reviews Designing in Ethics (Cambridge), by Jeroen van den Hoven, Seumas Miller, and Thomas Pogge (eds.).
  6. David Killoren (Australian Catholic University) reviews Shooting to Kill: The Ethics of Police and Military Use of Lethal Force (Oxford), by Seumas Miller.
  7. Rosa M. Calcaterra (Roma Tre University) reviews Kósmos Noetós (Springer), by Ivo Assad Ibri.
  8. John W. Carroll (North Carolina State) reviews Paradoxes of Time Travel (Oxford), by Ryan Wasserman.

Reviews of Philosophy Books in the Popular Press

  1. Gordon Marino’s The Existentialist’s Survival Guide: How to Live Authentically in an Inauthentic Age, reviewed by Edward F. Mooney in the Los Angeles Review of Books.
  2. T.M. Scanlon’s Why Does Equality Matter? (Oxford), reviewed by David Owens in The Times Literary Supplement.

Compiled by @MichaelGlawson (University of South Carolina)

 

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