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 something missing from the weekly update, let us know.)


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  1. History of the Ontology of Art by Paisley Livingston.
  2. Feminist Perspectives on the Body by Kathleen Lennon and Clara Fischer.
  3. Joseph Albo by Dror Ehrlich and Shira Weiss.

IEP     ∅


  1. Law is a Moral Practice by Scott Hershovitz is reviewed by Brian Leiter.

1000-Word Philosophy        ∅

Project Vox     ∅

BJPS Short Reads     ∅

Open-Access Book Reviews in Academic Philosophy Journals

  1. Relational Liberalism: Democratic Co-Authorship in a Pluralistic World by Federica Liveriero is reviewed by Zhuoyao Li in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice.

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media

  1. I’ve Been Thinking by Daniel Dennett is reviewed by Matthew Lau at Jacobin.
  2. Anxiety: A Philosophical Guide bv Samir Chopra is reviewed by Julian Baggini at The Wall Street Journal.
  3. Spinoza: Freedom’s Messiah by Ian Buruma is reviewed by Joe Moshenska at The Guardian.
  4. Walter Benjamin and the Idea of Natural History by Eli Friedlander is reviewed by Sarah Moorhouse at The Los Angeles Review of Books.
  5. Who’s Afraid of Gender? by Judith Butler is reviewed by Kathleen Stock at UnHerd, by Nina Power at Compact Magazine, by Alex Byrne at Fair Disputations, and by Holly Lawford-Smith at Quillette.
  6. The Summer of Theory: History of a Rebellion by Philipp Felsch, translated by Tony Crawford is reviewed by Peter E. Gordon at The Boston Review.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

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1 month ago

It is disappointing that you’d let yourself get crybullied by Alex Byrne on Twitter into posting reviews whose conclusions were determined before the book was even published, and moreover, that you’d legitimize these alt-right blogs as “media”.

Reply to  Disappointed
1 month ago

If you think that’s bullying, you must live a very privileged life!

Reply to  JAK
1 month ago

Here’s a link where the full context can be accessed without a Twitter account, in case anyone wants to make up their own mind:

It’s also a nice showcase for the relentless self-victimization of this crowd.

1 month ago

I always find this weekly listing very helpful. Thanks for all the work you put into it Justin. The job must feel thankless at times, but it is very useful and much appreciated.

V. Alan White
Reply to  Grateful
1 month ago

I agree and I thank Michael Glawson for his work compiling them.