Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update


Here’s the weekly report on new entries in online philosophical resources and new reviews of philosophy books.

Below are recent updates to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), 1000-Word Philosophy, and Wireless Philosophy (Wi-Phi). Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR) has temporarily ceased publishing new book reviews owing to the death of Gary Gutting; it will resume doing so in March.

SEP

New:

  1. Mental Disorder (Illness), by Jennifer Radden (Massachusetts-Boston).
  2. Locke on Personal Identity, by Jessica Gordon-Roth (Minnesota).

Revised:

  1. Quantum Entanglement and Information, by Jeffrey Bub (Maryland).
  2. Logical Consequence, by Jc Beall, Greg Restall, and Gil Sagi.
  3. Reference, by Eliot Michaelson (King’s College, London) and Marga Reimer.
  4. Imprecise Probabilities, by Seamus Bradley (Leeds).
  5. Descartes’ Epistemology, by Lex Newman (Utah).
  6. Buddha, by Mark Siderits (Illinois State).
  7. Medieval Theories: Properties of Terms, by Stephen Read (St. Andrews).
  8. Propositional Attitude Reports, by Michael Nelson (California-Riverside).
  9. Willard Van Orman Quine, by Peter Hylton (Illinois-Chicago) and Gary Kemp (Glasgow).
  10. Epistemology in Classical Indian Philosophy, by Stephen Phillips (Texas).
  11. Truthmakers, by Fraser MacBride (Manchester).
  12. Set Theory: Constructive and Intuitionistic ZF, by Laura Crosilla (Birmingham).
  13. Set Theory, by Joan Bagaria (Catalan institution for Research and Advanced Studies).
  14. The Principle of Beneficence in Applied Ethics, by Tom Beauchamp (Georgetown).

IEP

  1. Metaphysics of Science, by Markus Schrenk (Dusseldorf).

NDPR

1000-Word Philosophy

  1. Ignorance and Blame, by Daniel Miller (West Virginia).

Wireless Philosophy

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media

  1. Joe Humphreys reviews Adventures in Philosophy: Stories & Quests for Thinking Heroes, by Brendan O’Donoghue, illustrated by Paula McGloin, at The Irish Times.
  2. Peter Adamson reviews How The World Thinks: A Global History of Philosophy, by Julian Baggini, and Taking Back Philosophy: A Cultural Manifesto, by Bryan W. Van Norden, at the Times Literary Supplement.
  3. Lynn Hunt reviews Diderot and the Art of Thinking Freely, by Andrew S. Curran, and Catherine and Diderot: The Empress, the Philosopher, and the Fate of the Enlightenment, by Robert Zaretsky, at The New York Review of Books.

BONUS: Recent empirical work on ethicists.

Compiled by Michael Glawson.

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