Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update
Here’s the weekly report of what’s new at some useful online philosophy resources.
We check the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), 1000-Word Philosophy, and occasionally some other sites for updates and report them right here.
If you think there are other regularly updated sites we should add to this feature, feel free to suggest them in the comments.
- Affirmative Action, by Robert Fullinwider.
- Antiochus of Ascalon, by James Allen (Toronto).
- Vagueness, by Roy Sorensen (Washington-St. Louis).
- Descriptions, by Peter Ludlow (Northwestern).
- Epistemology in Chinese Philosophy, by Jana Rošker (Lubjana).
- Process Theism, by Donald Viney (Pittsburg State).
- Latin American Philosophy, by Jorge Gracia (Buffalo) and Manuel Vargas (California-San Diego).
- Daniel Moseley (North Carolina-Chapel Hill) reviews How to be Good: The Possibility of Moral Enhancement (Oxford), by John Harris.
- Justin Garson, Hunter College (CUNY) reviews Nature and Normativity: Biology, Teleology, and Meaning (Routledge), by Mark Okrent.
- Kenneth Williford (Texas-Arlington) reviews Imagination and Social Perspectives: Approaches from Phenomenology and Psychopathology (Routledge), by Michaela Summa, Thomas Fuchs, and Luca Vanzago (eds.).
- Frieder Vogelmann (Bremen) reviews For Foucault: Against Normative Political Theory (SUNY), by Mark G. E. Kelly.
- Michael R. Kelly (San Diego) reviews The Philosophy of Ontological Lateness: Merleau-Ponty and the Task of Thinking (Bloomsbury), by Keith Whitmoyer.
- Peter de Marneffe (Arizona State) reviews Toleration and Freedom from Harm: Liberalism Reconceived (Routledge), by Andrew Jason Cohen.
- Andrew Moore (Otago) reviews Welfare, Meaning, and Worth (Routledge), by Aaron Smuts.
- Thomas Kelly (Princeton) reviews As If: Idealization and Ideals (Harvard), by Kwame Anthony Appiah.
- Jeffrey Moriarty (Bentley) reviews Wealth, Commerce and Philosophy: Foundational Thinkers and Business Ethics (Chicago), by Eugene Heath and Byron Kaldis (eds.).
Compiled by Michael Glawson (University of South Carolina)
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