Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

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

(If you notice anything we’ve missed, please send it in for inclusion in the next edition.)


New:   ∅


  1. The Kyoto School by Bret W. Davis.
  2. Faith by John Bishop and Daniel J. McKaughan.
  3. Infinity by Kenny Easwaran, Alan Hájek, Paolo Mancosu, and Graham Oppy.
  4. Heraclitus by Daniel W. Graham.
  5. Japanese Aesthetics by Graham Parkes and Adam Loughnane.
  6. Niccolò Machiavelli by Cary Nederman.
  7. Psychoanalytic Feminism by Emily Zakin and Claudia Leeb.
  8. Jean-Baptiste Du Bos by James O. Young and Margaret Cameron.
  9. Supervenience by Brian McLaughlin and Karen Bennett.
  10. Reasoning About Power in Games by Paolo Turrini and Thomas Ågotnes.

IEP     ∅    

NDPR     ∅   

1000-Word Philosophy    

  1. Form and Matter: Hylomorphism by Jeremy W. Skrzypek.

Project Vox     ∅

Open-Access Book Reviews in Academic Philosophy Journals 

  1. Cognitive Gadgets: The Cultural Evolution of Thinking by Cecelia Heyes is reviewed by Philip Gerrans at The British Journal of Philosophy of Science.

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media    

  1. Free and Equal: What Would a Fair Society Look Like? by Daniel Chandler is reviewed by James Orr at The Critic.
  2. For F*ck’s Sake: Why Swearing is Shocking, Rude, and Fun by Rebecca Roache is reviewed by Nigel Warburton at The New European.
  3. On Disinformation: How to Fight for Truth and Protect Democracy by Lee McIntyre is reviewed by Robert P. Crease at Physics World.
  4. Catastrophe Ethics: How To Choose Well In a World of Tough Choices by Travis Rieder is reviewed at Kirkus.
  5. J. L. Austin: Philosopher and D-Day Intelligence Officer by M. W. Rowe is reviewed by Jonathan Rée at Literary Review.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

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