Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

Here’s the weekly report of new entries in online philosophical resources and new reviews of philosophy books. 

We recently added a new section to the weekly update: “Reviews of Philosophy Books in the Popular Press”. This section contains links to recent reviews of books by academic philosophers that are published in non-academic venues, such as newspapers, magazines, literary websites, etc. Since there are many such possible venues, your assistance in noticing relevant reviews would be much appreciated: if you see something, please send in the link. Thanks!

The new section joins the rest of our weekly survey of online philosophy resources, which includes the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR), 1000-Word PhilosophyWireless Philosophy (Wi-Phi), and occasionally some other sites.



  1. Giordano Bruno, by Dilwyn Knox (University College London).


  1. Abhidharma, by Noa Ronkin (Oxford).
  2. Moral Naturalism, by Matthew Lutz (Wuhan) and James Lenman (Sheffield).
  3. Logic and Information, by Maricarmen Martinez (University of the Andes) and Sebastian Sequoiah-Grayson (Sydney).
  4. Constructive Mathematics, by Douglas Bridges (Canterbury) and Erik Palmgren (Stockholm).


1000-Word Philosophy

  1. Dharma in Abhidharma Buddhism, by Nicholas Jones (Alabama-Huntsville).
  2. Mary Astell’s “A Serious Proposal to the Ladies”, by Simone Webb (University College London).

Wireless Philosophy Ø


  1. Nancy Nyquist Potter (Louisville) reviews Real Hallucinations: Psychiatric Illness, Intentionality, and the Interpersonal World (MIT), by Matthew Ratcliffe.
  2. Lloyd P. Gerson (Toronto) reviews Aristotle on Religion (Cambridge), by Mor Segev.
  3. Scott Aikin (Vanderbilt) reviews Voicing Dissent: The Ethics and Epistemology of Making Disagreement Public (Routledge), by Casey Rebecca Johnson (ed.).
  4. John Dillon (Trinity College, Dublin) reviews Platonist Philosophy 80 BC to AD 250: An Introduction and Collection of Sources in Translation (Cambridge), by George Boys-Stones.
  5. Michael Milona (Auburn) reviews Ethical Sentimentalism: New Perspectives (Cambridge), by Remy Debes and Karsten R. Stueber (eds.).
  6. Daniel Herwitz (Michigan) reviews Michael Fried and Philosophy (Routledge), by Mathew Abbot (ed.).
  7. Tristram McPherson (Ohio State) reviews Choosing Normative Concepts (Oxford), by Matti Eklund.
  8. Harold Noonan (Nottingham) reviews Macroscopic Metaphysics: Middle-Sized Objects and Longish Processes (Springer), by Paul Needham.
  9. Richard Eldridge (Swarthmore College) reviews What Philosophy Is For (Chicago), by Michael Hampe.

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media

  1. Theodore G. Ammon’s Jimi Hendrix and Philosophy: Experience Required, reviewed by Glenn Dallas at San Francisco Book Review.
  2. Tamler Sommers’ Why Honor Matters, reviewed by Adam Kirsch at The Atlantic.

Compiled by @MichaelGlawson (University of South Carolina)


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