Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

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




  1. Feminist Perspectives on the Self, by Ellen Anderson, Cynthia Willett, and Diana Meyers.
  2. The Epistemology of Visual Thinking in Mathematics, by Marcus Giaquinto.
  3. Albert the Great, by Markus Führer.
  4. Negation, by Laurence R. Horn and Heinrich Wansing.
  5. Authenticity, by Somogy Varga and Charles Guignon.
  6. The Chinese Room Argument, by David Cole.
  7. al-Kindi, by Peter Adamson.
  8. Lady Anne Conway, by Sarah Hutton.
  9. The Computational Theory of Mind, by Michael Rescorla.


  1. Conspiracy Theories, by Marc Pauly (Groningen).


  1. Kristin Andrews (York) reviews Pieces of Mind: The Proper Domain of Psychological Predicates (Oxford), by Carrie Figdor.
  2. Jeremy Fantl (Calgary) reviews Knowing Our Limits (Oxford), by Nathan Ballantyne.
  3. Emad H. Atiq (Cornell) reviews Natural Law and the Nature of Law (Cambridge), by Jonathan Crowe.
  4. Uygar Abaci (Pennsylvania State) reviews Kant on Laws (Cambridge), by Eric Watkins.
  5. Riccardo Pozzo (University of Rome Tor Vergata) reviews Interpreting Dilthey: Critical Essays (Cambridge), by Eric S. Nelson (ed.).
  6. Nathan J. Jun (Midwestern State) reviews Political Categories: Thinking Beyond Concepts (Columbia), by Michael Marder.
  7. John Dougherty (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität) reviews The Emergence of Spacetime in String Theory (Routledge), by Tiziana Vistarini.

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  1. Scott McLemee reviews A Theory of Jerks and Other Philosophical Misadventures, by Eric Schwitzgebel, at Inside Higher Ed.

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