Here’s the weekly report on new entries in online philosophical resources and new reviews of philosophy books. This particular update covers the past week and the week before that.
- Structuralism in the Philosophy of Mathematics, by Erich Reck (California-Riverside) and Georg Schiemer (Wein).
- Aesthetics of the Everyday, by Yuriko Saito.
- Nishida Kitarō, by John C. Maraldo.
- Fiction, by Fred Kroon (Auckland) and Alberto Voltolini (Torino).
- Anaxagoras, by Patricia Curd.
- Formal Approaches to Social Procedures, by Jan van Eijck and Rineke, by L.C. Verbrugge.
- Moral Epistemology, by Richmond Campbell.
- Epistemic Utility Arguments for Probabilism, by Richard Pettigrew.
- Christian von Ehrenfels, by Robin Rollinger and Carlo Ierna.
- Quantum Approaches to Consciousness, by Harald Atmanspacher.
- Huayan Buddhism, by Bryan Van Norden (Vassar) and Nicholaos Jones (Alabama-Huntsville).
- Supererogation, by David Heyd.
- Philip Stratton-Lake (Reading) reviews Rossian Ethics: W.D. Ross and Contemporary Moral Theory (Oxford), by David Phillips.
- Barry Allen (McMaster) reviews Power and Technology: A Philosophical and Ethical Analysis (Rowman and Littlefield), by Faridun Sattarov.
- Andrew Lister (Queen’s University) reviews Governing Least: A New England Libertarianism (Oxford), by Dan Moller.
- Darrell P. Rowbottom (Lingnan) reviews Resisting Scientific Realism (Cambridge), by K. Brad Wray.
- Máté Veres (ELTE, Budapest/CEU, Budapest) reviews How to Be a Pyrrhonist: The Practice and Significance of Pyrrhonian Skepticism (Cambridge), by Richard Bett.
- Scott F. Aikin (Vanderbilt) reviews Deweyan Experimentalism and the Problem of Method in Political Philosophy (Routledge), by Joshua Forstenzer.
- Jaroslav Peregrin (Czech Academy of Sciences/University of Hradec Králové) reviews Proof and Falsity: A Logical Investigation (Cambridge) by Nils Kurbis.
- Sophia Vasalou (Birmingham) reviews Reconstructing Schopenhauer’s Ethics: Hope, Compassion, and Animal Welfare (Oxford), by Sandra Shapshay.
Recent Philosophy Book Reviews & Books Reviewed By Philosophers in Non-Academic Media
- Jonathan Rée reviews Wittgenstein’s Family Letters: Corresponding with Ludwig, edited by Brian McGuinness, translated by Peter Winslow, at the London Review of Books.
- Daniel Kodsi reviews On Mercy by Malcolm Bull, at The Oxonian Review.
- Philip Kitcher reviews Why Trust Science? by Naomi Oreskes, with Ottmar Edenhofer, Martin Kowarsch, Jon A. Krosnick, Marc Lange, Susan Lindee, and Stephen Macedo, at Boston Review.
- Oliver Traldi reviews What Snowflakes Get Right by Ulrich Baer and The First: How To Think About Hate Speech, Campus Speech, Religious Speech, Fake News, Post-Truth, and Donald Trump by Stanley Fish, at Arc.
Compiled by Michael Glawson.