SEP, IEP, NDPR, Wi-Phi Weekly Update


Below are the latest changes and additions at the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), and Wi-Phi Wireless Philosophy, courtesy of Philosophical Percolations. As usual, they were first posted in PhilPercs’ “Saturday Linkorama” along with many other links worth checking out. Thank you, PhilPercs!

SEP:

  1. Disability and Health Care Rationing (Jerome Bickenbach) [NEW: January 29, 2016]
  2. Feminist Perspectives on Sex and Gender (Mari Mikkola) [REVISED: January 29, 2016] Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes
  3. Philosophy of Liberation (Eduardo Mendieta) [NEW: January 28, 2016]
  4. Margaret Fell (Jacqueline Broad) [REVISED: January 27, 2016] Changes to: Main text, Bibliography
  5. Incommensurable Values (Nien-hê Hsieh) [REVISED: January 25, 2016] Changes to: Bibliography
  6. Immanuel Kant (Michael Rohlf) [REVISED: January 25, 2016] Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes

IEP:

  1. Brendan Shea’s Karl Popper: Philosophy of Science

NDPR:

  1. Benjamin Mitchell-Yellin reviews Randolph Clarke, Michael McKenna, and Angela M. Smith (eds.)′ The Nature of Moral Responsibility: New Essays
  2. Roy T. Cook reviews Hourya Benis-Sinaceur, Marco Panza, and Gabriel Sandu’s Functions and Generality of Logic: Reflections on Dedekind’s and Frege’s Logicisms
  3. Bernard Rollin reviews Mark H. Bernstein’s The Moral Equality of Humans and Animals
  4. Daniel Steel reviews Elliott Sober’s Ockham’s Razors: A User’s Manual
  5. Christopher Yeomans reviews James Kreines’s Reason in the World: Hegel’s Metaphysics and Its Philosophical Appeal
  6. Maria van der Schaar reviews Arianna Betti’s Against Facts
  7. Robert Howell reviews Sebastian Gardner and Matthew Grist (eds.)′ The Transcendental Turn
  8. Mathias Risse reviews Andrew Fiala (ed.)’s The Bloomsbury Companion to Political Philosophy
  9. David Boersema reviews Phillip McReynolds’s The American Philosopher: Interviews on the Meaning of Life and Truth
  10. Adrian Johnston reviews Jim Vernon and Antonio Calcagno (eds.)′ Badiou and Hegel: Infinity, Dialectics, Subjectivity

Wi-Phi:

  1. Elizabeth Brake’s Government and Marriage (Just Care)

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