Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

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

(This edition covers the past two weeks.)

If you notice any book reviews we’ve missed, please send them in for inclusion in the next edition.



  1. Reflective Equilibrium by Carl Knight


  1. Moses Mendelssohn by Daniel Dahlstrom.
  2. Logicism and Neologicism by Neil Tennant.
  3. Epistemic Logic by Rasmus Rendsvig, John Symons, and Yanjing Wang.
  4. Evolutionary Thought Before Darwin by Phillip Sloan.
  5. Lvov-Warsaw School by Jan Woleński.
  6. Thought Experiments by James Robert Brown and Yiftach Fehige.
  7. The Kyoto School by Bret W. Davis.
  8. Joseph Butler’s Moral Philosophy by Aaron Garrett.
  9. Social Epistemology by Cailin O’Connor, Sanford Goldberg, and Alvin Goldman.
  10. Descartes’ Epistemology by Lex Newman.


  1. Moral Perception by Erich Jones.
  2. Frequently Asked Questions About Time by Bradley Dowden.
  3. Knowledge-First Theories of Justification by Paul Silva Jr.


  1. Determined: A Science of Life Without Free Will by Robert M. Sapolsky is reviewed by John Martin Fischer.  
  2. Heidegger in Ruins: Between Philosophy and Ideology by Richard Wolin is reviewed by Emmanuel Faye.

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Open-Access Book Reviews in Academic Philosophy Journals 

  1. Biological Essentialism by Michael Devitt is reviewed by John S. Wilkins at The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science.

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media    

  1. Why? The Purpose of the Universe by Philip Goff is reviewed by Richard Swinburne at The Times Literary Supplement.
  2. The Visionaries: Arendt, Beauvoir, Rand, Weil and the Salvation of Philosophy by Wolfram Eilenberger is reviewed by Jen Webb at The Wire and by Robert Zaretsky at The American Scholar.
  3. Parfit: A Philosopher and his Mission to Save Morality by David Edmonds is reviewed by Paul Nedelisky at Hedgehog Review.
  4. The New Leviathans: Thoughts After Liberalism by John Gray is reviewed by John Banville at The New York Review of Books.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

BONUS: The Birthday Argument for Anarchism

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