Weekly update of online philosophical resources

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



  1. Normative Rational Choice Theories: Rivals of Expected Utility by Lara Buchak.


  1. Nagarjuna Jan Christoph Westerhoff.
  2. Algebraic Propositional Logic by Ramon Jansana.
  3. Peirce’s Deductive Logic by Sun-Joo Shin.
  4. Origin by Mark J. Edwards.
  5. Johann Gottfried von Herder by Michael Forster.
  6. Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher by Michael Forster.
  7. Friedrich Nietzsche by R. Lanier Anderson.
  8. Defects in semantics and pragmatics by Katarzyna M. Jaszczolt.
  9. The Influence of Leibniz on Kant by Catherine Wilson.
  10. Laura J. Snyder’s William Whewell.
  11. Simplicity by Alan Baker.
  12. The Two Truths Theory in India by Sonam Thakchoe.



  1. The non-existence of the real world by Jane Westerjoff is reviewed by Sean M. Smith.
  2. A variety of causes by Pauld Noordhof is reviewed by J. Dimitri Gallow.
  3. Prejudices: a study in non-ideal epistemology by Endre Begby is reviewed by Robin McKenna.
  4. Denomination and indexicality by Gregory Bochner is reviewed by Tadeusz Ciecierski.
  5. Materialism from Hobbes to Locke by Stewart Duncan is reviewed by Nicholas Jolley.

Philosophy in 1000 words

  1. Gem Anscombe’s “Modern Moral Philosophy” by Daniel Weltman.
  2. “Those Who Walk Away From Omelas” by Ursula Le Guin: Would You Walk Away? By Spencer Case.
  3. Philosophy of Law: An Overview by Mark Satta.

Vox Project

Recent reviews of philosophy books in non-academic media

  1. The Internet Isn’t What You Think: A History, A Philosophy, A Warning by Justin EH Smith is reviewed by Joshua Judd Porter at Book review in Los Angeles and by William Davies at The New Statesman.
  2. Private notebooks: 1914-1916 by Ludwig Wittgenstein is reviewed by Anil Gomes at The Guardian.
  3. The Life Inside: Memoirs of Prison, Family, and Philosophy by Andy West is reviewed by Fernanda Dahlstrom at Sydney Books Review.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

BONUS: Arguments for God but upside down

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