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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New:     ∅    

Revised:

  1. Divine Simplicity by William F. Vallicella.
  2. Treating Persons as Means by Samuel Kerstein.
  3. Representational Theories of Consciousness by William Lycan.
  4. Privacy by Beate Roessler and Judith DeCew.
  5. Aristotle on Non-contradiction by Paula Gottlieb.
  6. The Language of Thought Hypothesis by Michael Rescorla.
  7. Metaphysics in Chinese Philosophy by Franklin Perkins.
  8. Names by Sam Cumming.
  9. Fundamentality by Tuomas E. Tahko.

IEP  

  1. Noam Chomsky by Casey A. Enos.

NDPR  

  1. One True Logic: A Monist Manifesto by Owen Griffiths and A. C. Pasneau is reviewed by Erik Stei.

1000-Word Philosophy   

  1. On Karl Marx’s Slogan “From Each According to their Ability, To Each According to their Need” by Sam Badger.
  2. Philosophy as a Way of Life by Christine Darr.

Project Vox     ∅

Open-Access Book Reviews in Academic Philosophy Journals           

  1. Ideas and Idealism in Philosophy. New Studies in the History and Historiography of Philosophy, ed. J. Simoniti and G. Kroupa is reviewed by Sarah Tropper at History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis.
  2. Hermann Lotze’s Influence on Twentieth Century Philosophy by Nikolay Milkov is reviewed by Karen Green at History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis.

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media    

  1. I’ve Been Thinking by Daniel Dennett is reviewed by Nigel Warburton at Times Literary Supplement.
  2. The Genius of Their Age: Ibn Sina, Biruni, and the Lost Enlightenment by S. Frederick Starr is reviewed by Maxwell Carter at The Wall Street Journal.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

BONUS: For the next time you teach the Meditations.

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