Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update
The weekly report on new and revised entries at online philosophy resources and new reviews of philosophy books…
- 18th Century British Aesthetics by James Shelley.
- Alienation by David Leopold.
- Liberalism in Latin America by Faviola Rivera.
- Personal Relationship Goods by Anca Gheaus.
- The Normative Status of Logic by Florian Steinberger.
- The Epistemic Condition for Moral Responsibility by Fernando Rudy-Hiller.
- Moral Arguments for the Existence of God by C. Stephen Evans and David Baggett.
- Artifact by Beth Preston.
- Exploitation by Matt Zwolinski, Benjamin Ferguson, and Alan Wertheimer.
- Japanese Confucian Philosophy by John Tucker.
- The Concept of Evil by Todd Calder.
- Epistemic Conditions of Moral Responsibility by Tom Yates.
Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media
- A Philosophy for Future Generations: The Structure and Dynamics of Transgenerationality by Tiziana Andina is reviewed by David Carrier at Los Angeles Review of Books.
- Life is Hard: How Philosophy Can Help Us Find Our Way by Kieran Seitya is reviewed by Irena Demetriou at The New York Times, and by James McConnachie at The Times.
- Not Thinking Like a Liberal by Raymond Geuss is reviewed by Blake Smith at American Affairs.
- Epiphanies: An Ethics of Experience by Sophie Grace Chappell is reviewed by Rachel Fraser at Boston Review.
- Free Market: The History of an Idea by Jacob Soll is reviewed by Alan Ryan at Literary Review.
- Understanding Metaphors in the Life Sciences by Andrew S. Reynolds is reviewed by Jane O’Grady at Literary Review.
Compiled by Michael Glawson
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