Here’s the weekly report on new and revised entries in online philosophy resources and new reviews of philosophy books.
- Scientific Research and Big Data, by Sabina Leonelli (Exeter).
- Kantian Conceptualism/Nonconceptualism, by Colin McLear (Nebraska-Lincoln).
- Voltaire, by J.B. Shank.
- Happiness, by Dan Haybron.
- Hume on Free Will, by Paul Russell.
- Henri Bergson, by Leonard Lawlor and Valentine Moulard Leonard.
- Bertrand Russell, by Andrew David Irvine.
- Spinoza’s Psychological Theory, by Michael LeBuffe.
- Race, by Michael James and Adam Burgos.
- Edmund Burke, by Ian Harris.
- Philosophy of Peace, by James Page (University of New England).
- David Lewis, by Scott Dixon (Ashoka University).
- Daniel J. Smith (Memphis) reviews Force, Drive, Desire: A Philosophy of Psychoanalysis (Northwestern), by Rudolf Bernet.
- Zoltán Gendler Szabó (Yale) reviews Fictionalism in Philosophy (Oxford), by Bradley Armour-Garb and Frederick Kroon (eds.).
- Umut Baysan (Oxford) reviews Mental Causation: A Counterfactual Theory (Cambridge), by Thomas Kroedel.
- Chris Dorst (Florida) reviews Laws and Explanations: Theories and Modal Possibilities (Springer), by Arnold Koslow.
- Robert A. Wilson (Western Australia) reviews Learning from My Daughter: The Value and Care of Disabled Minds (Oxford), by Eva Federe Kittay.
- Ricki Bliss (Lehigh) reviews Beyond the Troubled Water of Shifei: From Disputation to Walking-Two-Roads in the Zhuangzi (SUNY), by Lin Ma and Jaap van Brakel.
Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media
- In the Shadow of Justice by Katrina Forrester, reviewed by Susan McWilliams Barndt at Commonweal.
- Tragedy, the Greeks and Us by Simon Critchley, reviewed by John Kaag at Los Angeles Review of Books.
Compiled by Michael Glawson.