SEP, IEP, NDPR, Wi-Phi Weekly Update

Below are last week’s updates and new additions to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), and Wi-Phi Wireless Philosophy. They appear here via special arrangement with Philosophical Percolations, where they were first posted, along with many other goodies, by Jon Cogburn, John Fletcher, Debbie Goldgaber, BP Morton, Duncan Richter, James Rocha, and Mona Rocha in the “Saturday Linkorama.”

Last Week’s SEP:

  1. Logical Constants (John MacFarlane) [REVISED: June 18, 2015] Changes to: Main text, Bibliography
  2. Perceptual Experience and Perceptual Justification (Nicholas Silins) [NEW: June 17, 2015]
  3. Quantum Computing (Amit Hagar and Michael Cuffaro) [REVISED: June 16, 2015] Changes to: Main text, Bibliography
  4. Scientific Progress (Ilkka Niiniluoto) [REVISED: June 15, 2015] Changes to: Main text, Bibliography
  5. Measurement in Science (Eran Tal) [NEW: June 15, 2015]

Last Week’s IEP:

  1. Jacob Graham, Presocratics.

Last Week’s NDPR:

  1. Henry Rosemont, Jr. reviews Barry Allen’s Vanishing Into Things.
  2. David Baker reviews David Z. Albert’s After Physics.
  3. Tarek R. Dika reviews Rico Vitz’s Reforming the Art of Living: Nature, Virtue, and Religion in Descartes’s Epistemology.
  4. David Faraci reviews Justin D’Arms and Daniel Jacobson (eds.)′ Moral Psychology and Human Agency: Philosophical Essays on the Science of Ethics.
  5. Allen Speight reviews G. F. W. Hegel’s Lectures on the Philosophy of Art: The Hotho Transcript of the 1823 Berlin Lectures.
  6. Robert Stecker reviews Kendall L. Walton’s In Other Shoes: Music, Metaphor, Empathy, Existence.
  7. Gabriel Martin reviews David Farrell Krell’s Phantoms of the Other: Four Generations of Derrida’s Geschlecht.
  8. Mark Okrent reviews Robert B. Brandom’s From Empiricism to Expressivism: Brandom Reads Sellars.

Last Week’s Wi-Phi:

  1. Victor Kumar (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor): Moral Luck.



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9 years ago

What a good idea to provide these kinds of updates, all in one place. Justin, yer like a one-stop-shop, but not in a dehumanised kinda way.

9 years ago

This is a great idea. What about including the episodes of Peter Adamson’s History of Philosophy Without any Gaps podcast where he invites guest speakers? Listing every episode here might be overwhelming (although maybe not!), but his interviews can be great teaching resources, and thought-provoking even for specialists in the history of philosophy.