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. Scientific Research and Big Data, by Sabina Leonelli (Exeter).
  2. Kantian Conceptualism/Nonconceptualism, by Colin McLear (Nebraska-Lincoln).


  1. Voltaire, by J.B. Shank.
  2. Happiness, by Dan Haybron.
  3. Hume on Free Will, by Paul Russell.
  4. Henri Bergson, by Leonard Lawlor and Valentine Moulard Leonard.
  5. Bertrand Russell, by Andrew David Irvine.
  6. Spinoza’s Psychological Theory, by Michael LeBuffe.
  7. Race, by Michael James and Adam Burgos.
  8. Edmund Burke, by Ian Harris.


  1. Philosophy of Peace, by James Page (University of New England).
  2. David Lewis, by Scott Dixon (Ashoka University).


  1. Daniel J. Smith (Memphis) reviews Force, Drive, Desire: A Philosophy of Psychoanalysis (Northwestern), by Rudolf Bernet.
  2. Zoltán Gendler Szabó (Yale) reviews Fictionalism in Philosophy (Oxford), by Bradley Armour-Garb and Frederick Kroon (eds.).
  3. Umut Baysan (Oxford) reviews Mental Causation: A Counterfactual Theory (Cambridge), by Thomas Kroedel.
  4. Chris Dorst (Florida) reviews Laws and Explanations: Theories and Modal Possibilities (Springer), by Arnold Koslow.
  5. Robert A. Wilson (Western Australia) reviews Learning from My Daughter: The Value and Care of Disabled Minds (Oxford), by Eva Federe Kittay.
  6. 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.

Wireless Philosophy

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media 

  1. In the Shadow of Justice by Katrina Forrester, reviewed by Susan McWilliams Barndt at Commonweal.
  2. Tragedy, the Greeks and Us by Simon Critchley, reviewed by John Kaag at Los Angeles Review of Books.

Compiled by Michael Glawson.

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