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. Thanks.)



  1. Ibn Taymiyya by Jon Hoover.


  1. Socialism by Pablo Gilabert and Martin O’Neill.
  2. Time Machines by John Earman, Christian Wüthrich, and JB Manchak.
  3. Divine Illumination by Robert Pasnau.
  4. Feminist Perspectives on Autonomy by Natalie Stoljar.

IEP         ∅

NDPR     ∅

1000-Word Philosophy       ∅

Project Vox        ∅

BJPS Short Reads        ∅

Open-Access Book Reviews in Academic Philosophy Journals

  1. Mechanisms in Science: Method or Metaphysics? by Stravos Ioannidis and Stathis Psillos is reviewed by Katherine Valde at The British Society for the Philosophy of Science.

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media

  1. Wisecracks: Humor and Morality in Everyday Life by David Shoemaker is reviewed by Kieran Setiya at The Atlantic.
  2. Philosophers on God: Talking About Existence, edited by Jack Symes, is reviewed by John Saxbee at Church Times.
  3. Spinoza: Freedom’s Messiah by Ian Buruma is reviewed at The Nation.
  4. Liberalism as a Way of Life by Alexandre Lefebvre, Free and Equal: A Manifesto for a Just Society by Daniel Chandler, and The New Leviathans: Thoughts After Liberalism by John Gray are together reviewed by Adam Gopnik at The New YorkerFree and Equal is also reviewed by Jeroen Bouterse at 3 Quarks Daily and by Patrick Luciani at The Hub.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

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