The weekly report on new and revised entries at online philosophy resources and new reviews of philosophy books…[This edition contains updates for the past two weeks.]
- The Emotions in Early Chinese Philosophy, by Bongrae Seok.
- Kinds and Origins of Evil, by Andrew Chignell.
- Phylogenetic Inference, by Matt Haber and Joel Velasco.
- Moral Disagreement, by Folke Tersman.
- God and Other Ultimates, by Jeanine Diller.
- Descartes’ Ethics, by Donald Rutherford.
- Deflationism About Truth, by Bradley Armour-Garb, Daniel Stoljar, and James Woodbridge.
- Albert Camus, by Ronald Aronson.
- Legal Punishment, by Zachary Hoskins and Antony Duff.
- The Axiom of Choice, by John L. Bell.
- Perceptual Experience and Perceptual Justification, by Nicholas Silins.
- Cloning, by Katrien Devolder.
- Petitionary Prayer, by Scott A. Davison.
- Philippa Foot, by John Hacker-Wright.
- Paul Grice, by Richard E. Grandy and Richard Warner.
- Jeremy Bentham, by James E. Crimmins.
- Mental Imagery, by Bence Nanay.
- Metaphysical Grounding, by Ricki Bliss and Kelly Trogdon.
- Panentheism, by John Culp.
- The Donation and Sale of Human Eggs and Sperm, by Reuven Brandt, Stephen Wilkinson, and Nicola Williams.
- African Philosophical Perspectives on the Meaning of Life, by Aribiah David Attoe.
- Propositional Attitudes, by David Lindeman.
- George Orwell’s Philosophical Views by Mark Satta.
- Nísia Floresta, by Yasmin Pontes.
Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media
- Free: Coming of Age at the End of History by Lea Ypi is reviewed by Ed O’Loughlin at The Irish Times.
- Being for Beauty: Aesthetic Agency and Value by Dominic McIver Lope is reviewed by Patrick Fessenbecker at Public Books.
Compiled by Michael Glawson
BONUS: That cheeky Aristotle