Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update


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

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Revised:

  1. al-Farabi’s Philosophy of Logic and Language by Wilfrid Hodges and Therese-Anne Druart.
  2. Pacifism by Andrew Fiala.

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Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media  

  1. How Not to Kill Yourself: A Portrait of the Suicidal Mind by Clancy Martin is reviewed by Jamieson Webster at The Washington Post.
  2. Rome as a Guide to the Good Life by Scott Samuelson is reviewed by Sir Michael Fallon at Classics for All.
  3. A Terribly Serious Adventure: Philosophy at Oxford 1900-1960 by Nikhil Krishnan is reviewed by John Maier at The Spectator.
  4. What About Philosophy: An Illustrated Q&A Book for Kids by Anne-Sophie Chillard and Jean-Chalres Pettier is reviewed by Marissa Moss at The New York Journal of Books.
  5. Anaximander and the Nature of Science by Carlo Rovelli, translated by Marion Lignana Rosenberg is reviewed by Claire Hall at The London Review of Books.
  6. Inventing Philosophy’s Other: Phenomenology in America by Jonathan Strassfeld is reviewed by Erik Hmiel at The Los Angeles Review of Books

BONUS: A critique of Davidson’s Swampman.

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