Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

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



  1. Plato’s Cratylus by David Meißner.
  2. Meister Eckhart by Amber L. Griffioen.


  1. Mental Disorder (Illness) by Jennifer Radden.
  2. Transmission of Justification and Warrant by Luca Moretti and Tommaso Piazza.
  3. Causation and Manipulability by James Woodward.
  4. Sex and Sexuality by Raja Halwani.
  5. Metaphysics by Peter van Inwagen, Meghan Sullivan, and Sara Bernstein.
  6. Peter Frederick Strawson by Paul Snowdon and Anil Gomes.
  7. Quantum Entanglement and Information by Jeffrey Bub.
  8. Moral Particularism and Moral Generalism by Michael Ridge and Sean McKeever.
  9. Antoine Le Grand by Patricia Easton.

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Open-Access Book Reviews in Academic Philosophy Journals    

  1. The Deep History of Ourselves by Joseph LeDoux is reviewed by Jorge Morales in Philosophical Psychology.      

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media  

  1. Living Toward Virtue: Practical Ethics in the Spirit of Socrates by Paul Woodruff is reviewed by Howard J. Curzer at The Los Angeles Review of Books.
  2. Parfit: A Philosopher and His Mission to Save Morality by David Edmonds is reviewed by Sarah Richmond at The Times Literary Supplement, and by Oliver Traldi at The Washington Post.
  3. A Terribly Serious Adventure: Philosophy and War at Oxford by Nikhil Krishnan is reviewed by Thomas Nagel at The New Statesman.
  4. How Not to Kill Yourself by Clancy Martin is reviewed by David Ulin at The Atlantic.
  5. Nietzsche in Italy by Guy d Pourtalès, edited by Paul Stone, is reviewed by Benjamin Shull at The Wall Street Journal.
  6. Alasdair MacIntyre: An Intellectual Biography by Emile Perreay-Saussine, translated by Nathan Pinkoski, and What Can We Hope For?: Essays on Politics by Richard Rorty, edited by W.P. Malecki and Chris Voparil are reviewed by George Scialabba at The Nation.
  7. Arguing for a Better World: How Philosophy Can Help Us Fight for Social Justice by Adrianna Shahvisi is reviewed by Patrick Roberts at New City Lit.
  8. Night Vision: Seeing Ourselves Through Dark Moods by Mariana Alessandri is reviewed by Andrew Stark at The Wall Street Journal.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

BONUS: Homunculi all the way down.

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