Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

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



  1. Empedocles, by K. Scarlett Kingsley (Agnes Scott), and Richard Parry (Agnes Scott).
  2. Saint Augustine, by Christian Tornau (Wuerzburg).
  3. Natural Selection, by Peter Gildenhuys (Lafayette College).


  1. Christian Wolff, by Matt Hettche and Corey Dyck.
  2. Computer Simulations in Science, by Eric Winsberg.
  3. Thought Experiments, by James Robert Brown and Yiftach Fehige.
  4. Peter of Spain, by Joke Spruyt.
  5. Francisco Suárez, by Christopher Shields and Daniel Schwartz.
  6. 18th Century French Aesthetics, by Jennifer Tsien and Jacques Morizot.
  7. Qualia: The Knowledge Argument, by Martine Nida-Rümelin and Donnchadh O Conaill.



  1. Filippo Contesi (Barcelona) reviews Things: In Touch with the Past (Oxford), by Carolyn Korsmeyer.
  2. Lina Papadaki (Crete) reviews Debating Pornography (Oxford), by Andrew Altman and Lori Watson.
  3. Julian Culp (American University of Paris) reviews Moral Rights and Their Grounds (Routledge), by David Alm.
  4. Federica Russo (Amsterdam) reviews Causality, Probability, and Medicine (Routledge), by Donald Gillies.
  5. Gabriel Gottlieb (Xavier) reviews The Experience of Injustice: A Theory of Recognition (Columbia), by Emmanuel Renault.
  6. Brendan Shea (Rochester Community and Technical College) reviews Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations: An Attempt at a Critical Rationalist Appraisal (Springer), by Joseph Agassi.

1000-Word Philosophy

Wireless Philosophy

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media

  1. How to Be an Epicurean: The Ancient Art of Living Well, by Catherine Wilson, is reviewed at Kirkus Reviews.

Compiled by Michael Glawson.

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