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.)

SEP

New:    ∅

Revised:

  1. Tsongkhapa by Gareth Sparham and Chandra Chiara Ehm.
  2. Compatibilism by Michael McKenna and D. Justin Coates.
  3. Akan Philosophy of the Person by Ajume Wingo.
  4. Joseph Albo by Dror Ehrlich and Shira Weiss.
  5. Feminist Perspectives on the Body by Kathleen Lennon and Clara Fischer.

IEP    

  1. The Arrow of Time by Bradley H. Dowden.

NDPR         

1000-Word Philosophy        

  1. Objects and Their Parts: The Problem of Material Composition by Jeremy Skrzypek.

Project Vox         

BJPS Short Reads

  1. What do Newtonian Forces have to Do with the Standard Model? by James Ladyman and Lorenzo Lorenzetti.

Open-Access Book Reviews in Academic Philosophy Journals   

  1. Epistemic Rationality and Epistemic Normativity by Bondy, P. is reviewed by Guido Tana in History of Philosophy and Logical Analysis.
  2. Kierkegaard on Politics by Stocker, B. is reviewed by Roel Wolters in History of Philosophy and Logical Analysis.
  3. Pragmatism and Idealism: Rorty and Hegel on Representation and Reality by Brandom, R.B. is reviewed by Kaveh Boveiri at History of Philosophy and Logical Analysis.
  4. Listening to Reason in Plato and Aristotle by Scott, D. is reviewed by Carlo DaVia in History of Philosophy and Logical Analysis.
  5. Understanding Human Conduct: The Innate and Acquired Meaning of Life, by Sam S. Rakover is reviewed by Asha Lancaster-Thomas in Philosophical Psychology.

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media    

  1. The Blind Spot: Why Science Cannot Ignore Human Experience by Adam Frank, Marcelo Gleiser, and Evan Thompson is reviewed by Robert P. Crease at The Los Angeles Review of Books.
  2. How to Think Like a Woman: Four Women Philosophers Who Taught Me How to Love the Life of the Mind by Regan Penaluna, and The Routledge Handbook of Women and Early Modern European Philosophy edited by Karen Detlefsen and Lisa Shapiro are together reviewed by Sophie Smith at The London Review of Books.
  3. Atheists and Atheism Before the Enlightenment: The English and Scottish Experience by Michael Hunter is reviewed by Alexandra Walsham at The London Review of Books. 
  4. I’ve Been Thinking by Daniel C. Dennett is reviewed by Nigel Warburton at The Times Literary Supplement.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

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Patrick S. O'Donnell
1 month ago

Serendipity? I just posted a brief reading guide that is in the spirit of both the Los Angeles Review of Books review of The Blind Spot, and the book itself: “Thinking clearly and passionately about the purposes and values of science in light of democracy, ethics, and philosophy: a short reading guide,” found here (or at my Academia page): https://psodmusings.wordpress.com/2024/04/22/thinking-clearly-and-passionately-about-the-values-and-purposes-of-science-in-light-of-democracy-ethics-and-philosophy-a-short-reading-guide/