Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update
The weekly report on new and revised entries in online philosophy resources and new reviews of philosophy books…
- Territorial Rights and Territorial Justice, by Margaret Moore (Queen’s University, Canada).
- Song-Ming Confucianism, by Justin Tiwald (San Fransisco).
- Edith Stein, by Thomas Szanto (Kobenhavn) and Dermot Moran (University College, Dublin).
- Computational Philosophy, by Patrick Grim (Stonybrook) and Daniel Singer (Pennsylvania).
- Johan Sturm, by Andrea Sngiacomo (Groningen), and Christian Henkel (Groningen).
- Simone de Beauvoir, by Debra Bergoffen and Megan Burke.
- Episteme and Techne, by Richard Parry.
- Ibn Sina’s Metaphysics, by Olga Lizzini.
- Medieval Theories of Obligationes, by Paul Vincent Spade and Mikko Yrjönsuuri.
- Form vs. Matter, by Thomas Ainsworth.
- Ayn Rand, by Neera K. Badhwar and Roderick T. Long.
- The Ethics of Manipulation, by Robert Noggle.
- Property and Ownership, by Jeremy Waldron.
- Tibetan Epistemology and Philosophy of Language, by Pascale Hugon.
- Concepts of Disease and Health, by Dominic Murphy.
- Hermann Cohen, by Scott Edgar.
- Naturalism in Epistemology, by Patrick Rysiew.
- Precautionary Principles, by Tanja Rechnitzer (Bern).
- Steven Nadler (Wisconsin-Madison) reviews Spinoza on Reason, Passions, and the Supreme Good (Oxford), by Andrea Sangiacomo.
- Emily Austin (Wake Forest) reviews Death and Immortality in Ancient Philosophy (Cambridge), by A. G. Long.
- Adam Knowles (Drexel) reviews Confronting Heidegger: A Critical Dialogue on Politics and Philosophy (Rowman and Littlefield), by Gregory Fried (ed.).
- Matthias Fritsch (Concordia) reviews Murderous Consent: On the Accommodation of Violent Deat (Fordham), by Marc Crépon.
- Sven Bernecker (Cologne/California-Irvine) reviews Memory: A Self-Referential Account (Oxford), by Jordi Fernández.
- Brandon A. Conley (Cornell) reviews What Biological Functions Are and Why They Matter (Cambridge), by Justin Garson.
- Allison Krile Thornton (South Alabama) reviews Current Controversies in Philosophy of Religion (Routledge), by Paul Draper (ed.).
- Donnchadh O’Conaill (Fribourg) reviews The Knowledge Argument (Cambridge), by Sam Coleman (ed.).
- Al-Yasha Ilhaam Williams (Spelman College) reviews Glissant and the Middle Passage: Philosophy, Beginning, Abyss (Minnesota), by John E. Drabinski.
- Wilfried Hinsch (Universität zu Köln) reviews The Habermas-Rawls Debate (Columbia), by James Gordon Finlayson.
Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media
- Aaron Bn-Ze’ev reviews The Cosmopolitan Tradition, by Martha Nussbaum, at Los Angeles Review of Books.
- Stuart Whatley reviews The Cosompolitan Tradition, by Martha Nussbaum, at The Hedgehog Review.
- Nick Serpe reviews In The Shadow of Justice, by Katrina Forrester, at Dissent Magazine.
- John Williams reviews Sick Souls, Healthy Minds: How William James Can Save Your Life, by John Kaag, at The New York Times Book Review.
Compiled by Michael Glawson.
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