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 we missed anything, please let us know.

SEP

New:  

Revised:

  1. Civic Humanism by Cary Nederman.
  2. Finitism in Geometry by Jean Paul Van Bendegem.
  3. Salomon Maimon by Peter Thielke and Yitzhak Y. Melamed.
  4. Alexius Meinong by Johann Marek.
  5. W.E.B. Du Bois by Robert Gooding-Williams.
  6. Social Norms by Cristina Bicchieri, Ryan Muldoon, and Alessandro Sontuoso.
  7. Phenomenological Approaches to Self-Consciousness by Shaun Gallagher and Dan Zahavi.
  8. Other Minds by Anita Avramides.
  9. The Church-Turing Thesis by B. Jack Copeland.
  10. Condemnation of 1277 by Hans Thijssen.
  11. Moral Cognitivism vs. Non-Cognitivism by Mark van Roojen.
  12. Mental Representation in Medieval Philosophy by Henrik Lagerlund.

IEP    

  1. History of Utilitarianism, by Joe Slater.    

NDPR    

  1. Rational Sentimentalism by Justin D’Arms and Daniel Jacobson is reviewed by Jonas Olson.
  2. Analytic Philosophy and Human Life by Thomas Nagel is reviewed by A. W. Moore.

1000-Word Philosophy    ∅   

Project Vox     ∅

Open-Access Book Reviews in Academic Philosophy Journals     ∅

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media    

  1. How to Be Multiple: The Philosophy of Twins by Helena de Bres is reviewed by Christine Rosen at The Wall Street Journal. 
  2. Unshrinking by Kate Manne is reviewed by Janice Turner at The Times.
  3. Why? The Purpose of the Universe by Philip Goff is reviewed by Galen Strawson at The Guardian.
  4. Plato of Athens: A Life in Philosophy by Robin Waterfield is reviewed by Sebastian Milbank at The Critic.
  5. The Sickness Unto Death: A New Translation by Søren Kierkegaard, translated by Bruce H. Kirmmse is reviewed by Clare Carlisle at The Nation.
  6. Justice and Hope: Essays, Lectures and Other Writings by Raimond Gaita is reviewed by Frank Bongiorno at Australian Book Review.
  7. Pure Wit: The Revolutionary Life of Margaret Cavendish by Francesca Peacock is reviewed by Alexandra Jacobs at The New York Times and by Ruth Scurr at The Wall Street Journal.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

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