Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

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


New:       ∅          


  1. Logic and Language in Early Chinese Philosophy by Marshall D. Willman.


  1. Kripke’s Wittgenstein by Ali Hossein Khani.        


  1. Autonomous Knowledge: Radical Enhancement, Autonomy, and the Future of Knowing by J. Adam Carter is reviewed by Chris Tweedt.
  2. Losing Ourselves: Learning to Live Without a Self by Jay L. Garfield is reviewed by Evan Thompson.
  3. Unconditional Equals by Anne Phillips is reviewed by David Livingstone Smith.
  4. Agin en Vertu d’un Autre: Thomas d’Aquin et l’Ontologie de l’Instrument by Charles Ehret is reviewed by Cyriille Michon.
  5. Kierkegaard on Self, Ethics, and Religion: Purity or Despair by Roe Fremstedal is reviewed by Jeffrey Hanson.
  6. Frances Power Cobbe: Essential Writings of a Nineteenth-Century Feminist Philosopher by Frances Power Cobbe and edited by Alison Stone is reviewed by Karen Green.
  7. A Logical Foundation for Potentialist Set Theory by Sharon Berry is reviewed by John P. Burgess.
  8. The Modal Future: A Theory of Future-Directed Thought and Talk by Fabrizio Cariani is reviewed by Malte Willer.

1000-Word Philosophy       ∅         

Project Vox     ∅

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media  

  1. The Good Life Method: Reasoning Through the Big Questions of Happiness, Faith, and Meaning by Meghan Sullivan and Paul Blaschko is reviewed by Jennifer Baker at Psychology Today.
  2. Happiness in Action: A Philosopher’s Guide to the Good Life by Adam Adatto Sandel is reviewed by Barbara Spindel at The Christian Science Monitor.
  3. What We Owe the Future by William MacAskill is reviewed by Paris Marx at The New Statesman and by Peter Wolfendale at The Philosopher.
  4. This Beauty: A Philosophy of Being Alive by Nick Riggle, and Beauty: A Quick Immersion by Crispin Sartwell are reviewed by Kieran Setiya at The Times Literary Supplement.
  5. Home in the World by Amartya Sen is reviewed by Fara Dabhoiwala at The New York Review of Books.
  6. Being Me Being You: Adam Smith and Empathy by Samuel Fleischacker is reviewed by Corey Robin at The New York Review of Books.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

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