Greetings! Here’s the weekly report on new entries in online philosophical resources and new reviews of philosophy books.
Below are recent updates to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP), Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), 1000-Word Philosophy, Wireless Philosophy (Wi-Phi), as well as new book reviews at Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (NDPR). We are also now including links in these posts to reviews of philosophy books in the popular press. (If you come across one in your own reading please email me the link. Thanks!)
- Fictional Entities, by Fred Kroon (Auckland) and Alberto Voltolini (Torino).
- Domination, by Christopher McCammon (Tidewater Community College).
- Information Technology and Moral Values, by John Sullins (Sonoma).
- Reid on Memory and Personal Identity, by Rebecca Copenhaver (Lewis and Clark).
- Logic and Language in Early Chinese Philosophy, by Marshall Willman
- Globalization, by William Scheuerman (Indiana).
- Robert Boyle, by J. J. MacIntosh (Calgary) and Peter Anstey (Sydney).
- Kant and Hume on Causality, by Graciela De Pierris (Stanford) and Michael Friedman (Stanford).
- Material Composition, by David Cornell (Central Lancashire).
- Chinese Philosophy: Overview of History, by Ronnie Littlejohn (Belmont).
- Charlotte Gauvry (FNRS/University of Liège) reviews Wittgenstein and Phenomenology (Routledge), by Oskari Kuusela, Mihai Ometitṭä, and Timur Uçan (eds.).
- Martin G. Weiss (University of Klagenfurt) reviews Making Communism Hermeneutical: Reading Vattimo and Zabala (Springer), by Silvia Mazzini and Owen Glyn-Williams (eds.).
- Angela M. Coventry (Portland State) reviews Hume’s Moral Philosophy and Contemporary Psychology (Routledge), by Philip A. Reed and Rico Vitz (eds.).
- Christian J. Emden (Rice) reviews The Moral Meaning of Nature: Nietzsche’s Darwinian Religion and Its Critics (Chicago), by Peter J. Woodford.
- Mitchell N. Berman (Pennsylvania) reviews Rethinking Punishment (Cambridge), by Leo Zaibert.
- Charles Blattberg (Université de Montréal) reviews Charles Taylor, Michael Polanyi and the Critique of Modernity: Pluralist and Emergentist Directions (Palgrave Macmillan), by Charles W. Lowney II (ed.).
Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media
- Paul Street reviews How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them by Jason Stanley at The New York Journal of Books.
- David Carrier reviews Escape to Berlin by Adrian Piper at Hyperallergic.
Compiled by @MichaelGlawson (University of South Carolina)