Monthly update of online philosophical resources

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

Here is last month’s edition.

SEP

New:

  1. Julia Driver’s Moral Theory.
  2. Normativity in Metaethics by David Copp and Justin Morton.
  3. Gene by Robert Meunier.

Amended:

  1. Mill Harriet Taylor by Dale E. Miller.
  2. Pragmatic Arguments and Belief in God by Jeff Jordan.
  3. Terrance McConnell’s Moral Dilemmas.
  4. The Metaphysics of Mass Expressions by Mark Steen.
  5. Identity by Harold Noonan and Ben Curtis.
  6. Intention of Kieran Setiya.
  7. Max Horkheimer by JC Berendzen.
  8. Wesley Salmon by Maria Carla Galavotti.
  9. Faith by John Bishop and Daniel J. McKaughan.
  10. Aesthetics and Teleology of Kant by Hannah Ginsborg.
  11. Samuel Alexander by Emily AE Thomas.
  12. Realism and theory change in science by Stathis Psillos.
  13. Gottlob Frege by Edward N. Zalta.
  14. The Logic of Bolzano by Paul Rusnock and Jan Šebestik.
  15. The Hidden Character of God by Daniel Howard-Snyder and Adam Green.
  16. Epicurus by David Konstan.
  17. John Locke by William Uzgalis.
  18. Carl Hempel by James Fetzer.
  19. Jane Addams by Maurice Hamington.
  20. Isaac Israel by Leonard Levin, R. David Walker and Shalom Sadik.
  21. Ibn Bajja [Avempace] by Joseph Puig Montada.
  22. Necessary and sufficient conditions by Andrew Brennan.
  23. Leibniz’s Exoteric Philosophy by John Whipple.
  24. Aristotle’s Ethics by Richard Kraut.
  25. Respect for Robin S. Dillon.
  26. Aristotle’s Political Theory by Fred Miller.
  27. Legal Obligation and Authority by Massimo Renzo and Leslie Green.
  28. Cosmological Argument by Bruce Reichenbach.
  29. Phylogenetic Inference by Matt Haber and Joel Velasco.
  30. Experimental moral philosophy by Mark Alfano, Edouard Machery, Alexandra Plakias and Don Loeb.
  31. Mysticism by Richard Jones and Jerome Gellman.
  32. Frank Lovett’s Republicanism.
  33. Classic logic by Stewart Shapiro and Teresa Kouri Kissel.
  34. The Value of Knowledge by Duncan Pritchard, John Turri and J. Adam Carter.
  35. Elias by Christian Wildberg.
  36. Alain LeRoy Locke by Jacoby Adeshei Carter and Corey Barnes.
  37. Medieval Theories of Emotions by Simo Knuuttila.
  38. Promises of Allen Habib.
  39. Blurry by Roy Sorensen.
  40. Marin Mersenne by Philippe Hamou.

IEP

  1. Michel de Montaigne by Christopher Edelman.

NDPR

  1. Deluze, Kierkegaard and the ethics of selfhood by Andrew M. Jampol-Petzinger.
  2. Forms and Structure in Plato’s Metaphysics by Anna Marmodoro.
  3. The blurring and evolution of consciousnessess: on the other side of the mirror by Michael Tye.
  4. Buddhist Ethics: A Philosophical Exploration by Jay L. Garfield.
  5. Truth and norms: normative alethic pluralism and evaluative disagreements by Filippo Ferrari.
  6. Locke on people and personal identity by Ruth Boeker.
  7. Neurosciences and Philosophy by Felipe De Brigard and Walter Sinnott-Armstorng (eds.).
  8. Representing divinity: a metatheological approach by Jonathan L. Kvanvig.

Philosophy in 1000 words

  1. Condorcet’s Jury Theorem and Democracy by Robert Weston Siscoe.
  2. What is misogyny? by Odelia Zuckerman and Clair Morrissey.
  3. Gricean Conversational Implication: What We Say and What We Hear by Thomas Hodgson.
  4. Formal Logic: Symbolizing Arguments in Quantificational or Predicate Logic by Timothy Eshing.

Vox Project

Recent reviews of philosophy books in non-academic media

  1. Private notebooks, 1914-1916 by Ludwig Wittgenstein is reviewed by Thomas Nagel at The new statesman.
  2. Absence and Nothing: The Philosophy of What There Is Not by Stephen Mumford, and Nothing: A Philosophical History by Roy Sorensen are reviewed by FT at The New York Book Review.
  3. Gender feminism by Holly Lawford-Smith is reviewed by Daniel Kodsi at The critic.
  4. How to Tell a Story: An Ancient Guide to the Art of Storytelling for Writers and Readers by Aristotle and translated and edited by Philip Freeman is reviewed by Timothy Farrington at The Wall Street Journal.
  5. Reconsider repairs by Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò is reviewed by Natasha Lennard at Reading forum.
  6. Strawman Arguments: A Study in Error Theory by Scott Aikin and John Casey is reviewed by Mary Leng at Times Literary Supplement.
  7. How to do things with emotions: the morality of anger and shame across cultures by Owen Flanagan is reviewed by Sara Protasi at Times Literary Supplement.
  8. The case of rage: why anger is essential in the fight against racism by Myisha Cherry is reviewed by Ladee Hubbard at Times Literary Supplement.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

BONUS: Or, when a committee member doesn’t read the whole thesis.