Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

It’s 2016’s last weekly report of what’s new at the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), and Wi-Phi.

Feel free to share other items of philosophical interest you’ve come across recently in the comments to this post.

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  1. Philosophy of Immunology, by Alfred I. Tauber (Boston U).
  2. The Normative Status of Logic, by Florian Steinberger (Birbeck – London).


  1. Envy, by Justin D’Arms (Ohio State).
  2. Speusippus, by Russell Dancy (Florida State).
  3. Simplicity, by Alan Baker (Swarthmore).
  4. Richard Kilvington, by Elzbieta Jung (Lodzky).
  5. Gadamer’s Aesthetics, by Nicholas Davey (Dundee).
  6. Phenomenology of Religion, by Mark Wynn (Leeds).
  7. Ancient Atomism, by Sylvia Berryman (British Columbia).
  8. Friedrich Hayek, by David Schmidtz (Arizona).
  9. Liar Paradox, by Jc Beall (Connecticut), Michael Glanzberg (Northwestern), and David Ripley (Connecticut).



  1. Matthew Duncombe (Nottingham) reviews Metaphysics, by Aristotle, C. D. C. Reeve (trans.) (Hackett).
  2. Andrew Huddleston (Birkbeck-London) reviews Nietzsche’s Great Politics (Princeton), by Hugo Drochon.
  3. Timothy Cleveland (New Mexico State) reviews Time and the Philosophy of Action (Routledge), by Roman Altshuler and Michael J. Sigrist (eds.).

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BONUS: Evil Ethics

Compiled by Michael Glawson, University of South Carolina

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7 years ago

“I think, can play havoc with even the most careful philosophical interrogations—such as the one Eric Schwitzgebel gives in the course of rebutting Keith Frankish, both on his blog and in his response in The Journal of Consciousness Studies, “Phenomenal Consciousness, Defined and Defended as Innocently as I Can Manage.””