Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update


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

SEP    

New:      

  1. Hegel’s Social and Political Philosophy, by Thom Brooks.
  2. Margaret Fuller, by Daniel Howe.

Revised:

  1. Galileo Galilei, by Peter Machamer and David Marshall Miller.
  2. Peter John Olivi, by Robert Pasnau and Juhana Toivanen.
  3. Civil Disobedience, by Candice Delmas and Kimberley Brownlee.
  4. Marsilius of Inghen, by Maarten Hoenen.
  5. Lord Shaftesbury (Anthony Ashley Cooper, 3rd Earl of Shaftesbury), by Michael B. Gill.
  6. Scientific Method, by Brian Hepburn and Hanne Andersen.
  7. Physicalism, by Daniel Stoljar.
  8. Moral Anti-Realism, by Richard Joyce.

IEP    

  1. Giordano Bruno, by Paul Richard Blum

NDPR     

  1. Ian Thomson (New Mexico) reviews The Disintegration of Community: On Jorge Portilla’s Social and Political Philosophy, with Translations of Selected Essays, by Carlos Sánchez and Francisco Gallegos.

1000-Word Philosophy      ∅

Project Vox    ∅

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media 

  1. Gordon Marino reviews Sick Souls, Healthy Minds, by John Kaag at Commonweal. 

Compiled by Michael Glawson

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dawitt abraha
3 months ago

I think that you should more appropriately change your name to Euro-centric philosophy or simply Western philosophy (where only about 11% of the world population resides and philosophises) .
I do not see mindful significant coverages of features related to Chinese, Indian , African , South American philosophies (where totally about more than 80% of world population works,resides , practices spirituality, and philosophises).Report