Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update
The weekly report on new and revised entries at online philosophy resources and new reviews of philosophy books…
- Self-Locating Beliefs by Andy Egan and Michael G. Titelbaum.
- Deductive and Inductive Arguments by Timothy Shanahan.
- Recognition and the Human Life-Form: Beyond Identity and Difference by Heikki Ikäheimo is reviewed by J.M. Bernstein.
- Almost Over: Aging, Dying, Death by F.M. Kamm is reviewed by Christopher Belshaw.
- Immaterial: Rules in Contemporary Art by Sherri Irvin is reviewed by Darren Hudson Hick.
- Reconsidering Reparations by Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò is reviewed by Darrel Moellendorf.
- Branching Space-Times: Theory and Applications by Nuel Belnap, Thomas Müller, and Tomasz Placek is reviewed by Valentin Goranko.
Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media
- Rules: A Short Study of What We Live By by Lorraine Daston is reviewed by Jonathan Rée at The Times Literary Supplement.
- Life Is Hard by Kieran Setiya is reviewed by Kate Tuttle at Boston Globe, and by Helena de Bres at Los Angeles Review of Books.
- Magnificent Rebels: The First Romantics and the Invention of the Self by Andrea Wulf and Jena 1800: The Republic of Free Spirits by Peter Neumann (trans. Shelly Frisch) are reviewed by Kwame Anthony Appiah at The New York Review.
- When Bad Thinking Happens to Good People by Steven Nadler and Lawrence Shapiro is reviewed by Ryan M. Brown at Commonweal.
Compiled by Michael Glawson
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