Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

Another week, another weekly update. Below find last week’s changes and additions to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), and Wi-Phi.

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  1. Religious Daoism, by Fabrizio Pregadio.


  1. Mary Wollstonecraft, by Sylvana Tomaselli.
  2. Folk Psychology as a Theory, by Ian Ravenscroft.
  3. Exploitation, by Matt Zwolinski and Alan Wertheimer.


  1. Duality in Logic and Language, by Lorenz Demey, and Hans Smessaert.


  1. Scott M. Campbell reviews Heidegger on Concepts, Freedom and Normativity, by Sacha Golob.
  2. Christopher Mirus reviews Evolution, Chance, and God: Understanding the Relationship between Evolution and Religion, by Brendan Sweetman.
  3. Dimitri Ginev reviews Husserl’s Missing Technologies, by Don Ihde.
  4. Ingo Brigandt reviews Reductive Explanation in the Biological Sciences, by Marie I. Kaiser.
  5. Tracy Isaacs reviews Existential Eroticism: A Feminist Approach to Understanding Women’s Oppression-Perpetuating Choices, by Shay Welch.
  6. Wolfgang Huemer reviews Reckoning with the Imagination: Wittgenstein and the Aesthetics of Literary Experience, by Charles Altieri.
  7. Georgia Warnke reviews Pragmatic Encounters, by Richard J. Bernstein.
  8. Dale Jamieson reviews The Anthropocene Project: Virtue in the Age of Climate Change, by Byron Williston.


  1. Contrastivism #4 (Skepticism), by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong.

Bonus: have you checked out Ask Philosophers lately?

Compiled by Michael Glawson, University of South Carolina.


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