Welcome to the last week of November. Here’s the weekly report on what’s new at the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy(SEP), Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), and Wi-Phi, plus some extra links at the end.
Feel free to share other items of philosophical interest you’ve come across recently in the comments to this post.
- The Literal-Nonliteral Distinction in Classical Indian Philosophy, by Malcolm Keating (Yale-NUS).
- Moral Particularism and Moral Generalism, by Michael Ridge (Edinburgh), and Sean McKeever (Davidson College).
- Richard the Sophister, by Paul Streveler (West Chester, Emeritus).
- Integrated Information Theory of Consciousness, by Francis Fallon (St. John’s).
- Everettian Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics, by Christina Conroy (Morehead State).
- Marcus P. Adams (SUNY Albany) reviews The Oxford Handbook of Hobbes (Oxford), by A.P. Martinich and Kinch Hoekstra (eds.).
- Tim Mulgan (Auckland and St Andrews) reviews Ethics and Social Survival (Routledge), by Milton Fisk.
- A clear and clean lecture by Mark Wrathall (UC Riverside) on the notions of transience and permanence.
- Slate looks at questions of digital privacy through the lens of the Extended Mind.
- Aeon has a piece on Aztec philosophy of happiness.
- The Open University has created a choose your own (philosophy) adventure game that, upon its conclusion, gives you an analysis of your style of philosophical reasoning.
- Over at Open Culture, Actor Viggo Mortensen (Gondor) delivers a reading of Albert Camus’ famous lecture “The Human Crisis”.
Compiled by Michael Glawson, University of South Carolina