Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update

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

If your journal publishes open-access book reviews or short open-access articles, please send in links to them for inclusion in future weekly updates.



  1. Ecology by Alkistis Elliott-Graves.
  2. Emotional Responses to Fiction by Katie Tullmann.


  1. Convention by Michael Rescorla.
  2. Set Theory: Constructive and Intuitionistic ZF by Laura Crosilla.
  3. Psychologism by Martin Kusch.
  4. Influence of Arabic and Islamic Philosophy on Judaic Thought by Mauro Zonta and Charles Manekin.
  5. Philip the Chancellor by Colleen McCluskey and Anthony Celano.
  6. Proof Theory by Michael Rathjen and Wilfried Sieg.
  7. Nishida Kitarō by John C. Maraldo.
  8. Molecular Biology by Tudor Baetu, Monika Piotrowska, and James Tabery.
  9. Plato on Rhetoric and Poetry by Charles L. Griswold.
  10. Formalism in the Philosophy of Mathematics Alan Weir.


  1. What Else Science Requires of Time by Bradley Dowden. [Updated]

NDPR      ∅

1000-Word Philosophy     ∅

Project Vox     ∅

BJPS Short ReadsNEW!

  1. Accuracy and Calibration by J Robert G Williams and Richard Pettigrew.
  2. To Err is (Not Only) Human by David Oderberg, Jonathan Hill, Christopher Austin, Ingo Bojak, François Cinotti, and Jon Gibbins.
  3. Accuracy and Coherence by David Thornstad.
  4. What Cognitive Science Has Forgotten about Computation by Corey J Maley.
  5. What if Light Doesn’t Exist? by Mario Hubert.
  6. How to Open Two Locks with One Key by Eddy Keming Chen.
  7. Blurring the Line between Laws and Initial Conditions by Caspar Jacobs.
  8. Why ‘Not’? By Luca Incurvati and Giorgio Sbardolini.
  9. On the Limits of Scientific Objectivity by Richard Healey.
  10. Models of Scientific Explanation and Inference to the Best Explanation by Yunus Prasetya.
  11. Digital Humanities and the Philosophy of Science by Oliver M Lean, Luca Rivellii, and Charles H. Pence.
  12. Correspondence is Information by Marcin Miłkowski.
  13. Why History Matters in Biology by Justin Garson.
  14. Covid-19, Induction, and Social Epistemology by Igor Douven.
  15. Going Quantum with Chemistry’s Structures by Alexander Franklin and Vanessa Seifert.

Open-Access Book Reviews in Academic Philosophy Journals     ∅

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media

  1. Also A History of Philosophy, Vol. 1: The Project of a Genealogy of Postmetaphysical Thinking and A New Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere and Deliberative Politics, both by Jürgen Habermas and translated by Ciaran Cronin are reviewed by Mark Hannam at The Times Literary Supplement.
  2.  Rules: A Short History of What We Live By by Lorraine Daston is reviewed by Nicholas Heron at Sydney Review of Books.
  3. Hegel: The Philosopher of Freedom by Klaus Viewig and Hegel’s World Revolutions by Richard Bourke are reviewed by Jeffrey Collins at The Wall Street Journal.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

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