Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

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

(This post covers the past two weeks.)



  1. Luther’s Influence on Philosophy, by Robert Stern.
  2. Martin Luther, by Robert Stern.
  3. Divine Revelation, by Mats Wahlberg.


  1. Wilfrid Sellars, by Willem deVries.
  2. al-Farabi, by Therese-Anne Druart.
  3. George Santayana, by Herman Saatkamp and Martin Coleman.
  4. James of Viterbo, by Antoine Côté.
  5. Isaiah Berlin, by Joshua Cherniss and Henry Hardy.
  6. Ontological Dependence, by Tuomas E. Tahko and E. Jonathan Lowe.
  7. Natural Theology and Natural Religion, by Andrew Chignell and Derk Pereboom.
  8. The Ergodic Hierarchy, by Roman Frigg, Joseph Berkovitz, and Fred Kronz.
  9. Jonathan Edwards, by William Wainwright.
  10. 18th Century German Aesthetics, by Paul Guyer.
  11. Ayn Rand, by Neera K. Badhwar and Roderick T. Long.


  1. The Philosophy of Climate Science, by Richard Bradley, Roman Frigg, Katie Steele, Erica Thompson, and Charlotte Werndl.


Wireless Philosophy

1000-Word Philosophy

  1. Epistemic Injustice, by Huzeyfe Demirtas.

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media

  1. The Force of Non-Violence by Judith Butler, reviewed by Mark Trecka at the Los Angeles Review of Books and by Faisal Devji at the Los Angeles Review of Books.
  2. Philosopher of the Heart: The Restless Life of Søren Kierkegaard by Clare Carlisle, reviewed by Justin Taylor at Bookforum and by Morten Høi Jensen at The American Interest.
  3. The Knowledge Machine: How Irrationality Created Modern Science by Michael Strevens, reviewed at Publisher’s Weekly.

Compiled by Michael Glawson.

BONUS: Theorizing

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