Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

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

Below is a list of recent updates, if there have been any, to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), 1000-Word Philosophy, and Wireless Philosophy (Wi-Phi). There’s also a section listing recent reviews of philosophy books appearing in popular media.


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  1. Translating and Interpreting Chinese Philosophy, by Henry Rosemont Jr.
  2. Word Meaning, by Luca Gasparri and Diego Marconi (Free University of Berlin).
  3. Religion and Morality, by John Hare (Yale).
  4. Emmanuel Levinas, by Bettina Bergo (Montreal).
  5. Moses Mendelssohn, by Daniel Dahlstrom (Boston University).
  6. God and Other Necessary Beings, by Matthew Davidson (Colorado State-San Bernardino).
  7. Special Obligations, by Diane Jeske (Iowa).
  8. The Philosophy of Neuroscience, by John Bickle (Missouri State), Peter Mandik (William Patterson University), and Anthony Landreth.
  9. Heidegger’s Aesthetics, by Iain Thomson (New Mexico).


  1. Edward Hanslick, by Christoph Landerer and Alexander Wilfing (Austrian Academy of Sciences).


  1. Amy M. Schmitter (Alberta) reviews Affects, Actions and Passions in Spinoza: The Unity of Body and Mind (Edinburgh), by Chantal Jaquet.
  2. David Phillips (Houston) reviews The Birth of Ethics: Reconstructing the Role and Nature of Morality (Oxford), by Philip Pettit.
  3. Marcus Arvan (Tampa) reviews A Defense of Simulated Experience: New Noble Lies (Routledge), by Mark Silcox.
  4. Chris Haufe (Case Western Reserve) reviews Speculation: Within and About Science (Oxford), by Peter Achinstein.
  5. T. Mullins (St Andrews) reviews Christian Philosophy: Conceptions, Continuations, and Challenges (Oxford), by J. Aaron Simmons (ed.).
  6. Anne-Lise Rey (Université Paris-Nanterre) reviews The Leibniz-Stahl Controversy (Yale), by G. W. Leibniz.
  7. Jennifer Matey (Southern Methodist) reviews Evaluative Perception (Oxford), by Anna Bergqvist and Robert Cowan (eds.).
  8. Douglas I. Thompson (South Carolina) reviews Must Politics Be War?: Restoring Our Trust in the Open Society (Oxford), by Kevin Vallier.
  9. Gary Kemp (Glasgow) reviews Quine, New Foundations, and the Philosophy of Set Theory (Cambridge), by Sean Morris.

1000-Word Philosophy

Wireless Philosophy

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media

  1. Julia McMichael reviews Zen: An Introduction, by Alan Watts, in the San Francisco Book Review.
  2. Jonathan Egid reviews Witcraft, by Jonathan Rée, at the Times Literary Supplement.
  3. James Miller reviews Karl Marx: Philosophy and Revolution, by Shlomo Avineri, at The New York Times.

Compiled by Michael Glawson.

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