Weekly update of online philosophical resources
The weekly report on new and revised entries in online philosophical resources and new reviews of philosophy books…
- Normative Rational Choice Theories: Rivals of Expected Utility by Lara Buchak.
- Nagarjuna Jan Christoph Westerhoff.
- Algebraic Propositional Logic by Ramon Jansana.
- Peirce’s Deductive Logic by Sun-Joo Shin.
- Origin by Mark J. Edwards.
- Johann Gottfried von Herder by Michael Forster.
- Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher by Michael Forster.
- Friedrich Nietzsche by R. Lanier Anderson.
- Defects in semantics and pragmatics by Katarzyna M. Jaszczolt.
- The Influence of Leibniz on Kant by Catherine Wilson.
- Laura J. Snyder’s William Whewell.
- Simplicity by Alan Baker.
- The Two Truths Theory in India by Sonam Thakchoe.
- The non-existence of the real world by Jane Westerjoff is reviewed by Sean M. Smith.
- A variety of causes by Pauld Noordhof is reviewed by J. Dimitri Gallow.
- Prejudices: a study in non-ideal epistemology by Endre Begby is reviewed by Robin McKenna.
- Denomination and indexicality by Gregory Bochner is reviewed by Tadeusz Ciecierski.
- Materialism from Hobbes to Locke by Stewart Duncan is reviewed by Nicholas Jolley.
Philosophy in 1000 words
- Gem Anscombe’s “Modern Moral Philosophy” by Daniel Weltman.
- “Those Who Walk Away From Omelas” by Ursula Le Guin: Would You Walk Away? By Spencer Case.
- Philosophy of Law: An Overview by Mark Satta.
Vox Project ∅
Recent reviews of philosophy books in non-academic media
- 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.
- Private notebooks: 1914-1916 by Ludwig Wittgenstein is reviewed by Anil Gomes at The Guardian.
- 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