Online Philosophy Resources (Monthly) Update

The usual weekly report on new and revised entries at online philosophy resources and new reviews of philosophy books is a monthly report this summer.

Here’s the edition for the past month.

(If you notice something missing from the  update, let us know. Thanks.)



  1. Moral Demands and Permissions/Prerogatives by Thomas Hurka.
  2. Bernard Mandeville by Mikko Tolonen and Robin Douglass.


  1. Torture by Seumas Miller.
  2. Form vs. Matter by Thomas Ainsworth.
  3. Divine Revelation by Mats Wahlberg.
  4. Freedom of Association by Kimberley Brownlee and David Jenkins.
  5. Sentence Connectives in Formal Logic by Lloyd Humberstone.
  6. Affirmative Action by Robert Fullinwider.
  7. The Consistent Histories Approach to Quantum Mechanics by Robert B. Griffiths.
  8. Democracy by Tom Christiano and Sameer Bajaj.
  9. Self-Consciousness by Joel Smith.
  10. Wilhelm Windelband by Katherina Kinzel.
  11. Touch by Matthew Fulkerson.
  12. Moral Naturalism by Matthew Lutz.
  13. Methodological Individualism by Joseph Heath.
  14. Units and Levels of Selection by Elisabeth Lloyd.
  15. Doxography of Ancient Philosophy by Jaap Mansfeld and David Runia.
  16. Hermann Weyl by John L. Bell and Herbert Korté.
  17. Word Meaning by Luca Gasparri and Diego Marconi.
  18. Communitarianism by Daniel Bell.
  19. al-Farabi’s Psychology and Epistemology by Luis Xavier López-Farjeat.
  20. Naturalistic Approaches to Social Construction by Ron Mallon.
  21. Catharine Macaulay by Karen Green.
  22. Gaṅgeśa by Stephen Phillips.
  23. Moral Responsibility by Matthew Talbert.
  24. Ontological Arguments by Graham Oppy, Joshua Rasmussen, and Joseph Schmid.
  25. Contradiction by Laurence R. Horn.



  1. Divine Contradiction by Jc Beall is reviewed by Daniel Molto.

1000-Word Philosophy          

Project Vox       

BJPS Short Reads       

  1. Institutional Decision-Making Heuristics by David Thorstad.

Open-Access Book Reviews in Academic Philosophy Journals           

  1. Kant, Race, and Racism by Huaping Lu-Adler is reviewed by Pauline Kleingeld in Mind.
  2. Reality+: Virtual Worlds and the Problems of Philosophy by David Chalmers is reviewed by Lucy Osler in Philosophical Psychology.
  3. The Pleistocene Social Contract: Culture and Cooperation in Human Evolution, by Kim Sterelny is reviewed by Andra Meneganzin in Philosophical Psychology.

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media          

  1. Rapture by Christopher Hamilton is reviewed by Scott McLemee at Inside Higher Ed.
  2. Dangerous Jokes: How Racism and Sexism Weaponize Humor by Claire Horisk, and Dogwhistles and Figleaves: How Manipulative Language Spreads Racism and Falsehood by Jennifer Saul are together reviewed by Rachel Fraser at The Times Literary Supplement.
  3. The Philosopher: Habermas and Us by Philipp Felsch is reviewed by Jan-Werner Müller at Foreign Policy.
  4. American Bloods: The Untamed Dynasty That Shaped a Nation by John Kaag is reviewed by Mary Beth Norton at American Scholar.
  5. Wisecracks: Humor and Morality in Everyday Life by David Shoemaker is reviewed by Ben Wurgaft for The Chronicle of Higher Education.
  6. A Guide to the Guide to the Perplexed by Lenn Good­man and Phillip Lieber­man is reviewed by Stuart Halpern at The Jewish Book Council, who also reviews the authors’ new translation of Maimonides’ A Guide to the Perplexed.
  7. On Niccolò Machiavelli: The Bonds of Politics by Gabriele Pedullà is reviewed by Jérémie Barhas at Jacobin.
  8. How Nietzsche Came in from the Cold: a Tale of Redemption by Philipp Felsch is reviewed by Michael Duggan at The Irish Examiner.
  9. Hegel: The Philosopher of Freedom by Klaus Vieweg and Hegel’s World Revolutions by Richard Bourke are together reviewed by Carl Rollyson at The New York Sun.
  10. Resistance Money: A Philosophical Case for Bitcoin by Andrew M. Bailey, Bradley Retter, and Craig Warmke is reviewed by Molly Jane Zuckerman at Blockworks.
  11. Why?: The Purpose of the Universe by Philip Goff is reviewed by Ian Curran at Christian Century.
  12. Cosmic Connections: Poetry in an Age of Disenchantment by Charles Taylor is reviewed by Adam Gopnik at The New Yorker.
  13. I’ve Been Thinking by Daniel Dennett is reviewed by Anil Gomes at The London Review of Books.
  14. What It’s Like to Be a Bat by Thomas Nagel is reviewed by David Luhrssen at Shepherd Express.
  15. What Are Children For? by Anastasia Berg and Rachel Wiseman is reviewed by Jay Caspian Kang at The New Yorker.
  16. Sophie’s World: A Graphic Novel About the History of Philosophy by Jostein Gaarder, Vincent Zabus, and Nicoby is reviewed by Scott Parker at Philosophy Now.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

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