Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

The weekly report on new and revised entries in online philosophy resources and new reviews of philosophy books…



  1. Imaginative Resistance, by Emine Hande Tuna (California-Santa Cruz).
  2. Philosophy of Biomedicine, by Sean Valles (Michigan State).


  1. Bertrand Russell, by Andrew David Irvine.
  2. Rudolf Carnap, by Hannes Leitgeb and André Carus.
  3. Epistemology, by Matthias Steup and Ram Neta.
  4. Reism, by Jan Woleński.
  5. Sounds, by Roberto Casati, Jerome Dokic, and Elvira Di Bona.
  6. Empedocles, by K. Scarlett Kingsley and Richard Parry.
  7. Auditory Perception, by Casey O’Callaghan.
  8. John M. E. McTaggart, by Kris McDaniel.



  1. Thomas Nagel (New York) reviews Are We Bodies or Souls? (Oxford), by Richard Swinburne.
  2. John Arthos (Indiana-Bloomington) reviews A Companion to Ricoeur’s Fallible Man (Lexington), by Scott Davidson (ed.).
  3. Rolfe King (Aberdeen) reviews Atonement (Oxford), by Eleonore Stump.
  4. Guy Elgat (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) reviews Nietzsche’s Metaphilosophy: The Nature, Method, and Aims of Philosophy (Cambridge), by Paul S. Loeb and Matthew Meyer (eds.).

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Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media

  1. Joanna Biggs reviews Becoming Beauvoir: A Life, by Kate Kirkpatrick (Bloomsbury), Parisian Lives: Samuel Beckett, Simone de Beauvoir and Me, a Memoir, by Deirdre Blair (Atlantic), and Diary of a Philosophy Student, Vol. II, by Simone de Beauvoir (Illinois), at the London Review of Books.
  2. Robert Zaretsky reviews The Plague, by Albert Camus in “Out of a Clear Blue Sky: Camus’ The Plague and Coronavirus”, at the Times Literary Supplement.
  3. Heather E. Price reviews Moving Up Without Losing Your Way: The Ethical Costs of Upward Mobility (Princeton), by Jennifer M. Morton at the Teachers College Record.

Compiled by Michael Glawson.

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