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.
- Julia Driver’s Moral Theory.
- Normativity in Metaethics by David Copp and Justin Morton.
- Gene by Robert Meunier.
- Mill Harriet Taylor by Dale E. Miller.
- Pragmatic Arguments and Belief in God by Jeff Jordan.
- Terrance McConnell’s Moral Dilemmas.
- The Metaphysics of Mass Expressions by Mark Steen.
- Identity by Harold Noonan and Ben Curtis.
- Intention of Kieran Setiya.
- Max Horkheimer by JC Berendzen.
- Wesley Salmon by Maria Carla Galavotti.
- Faith by John Bishop and Daniel J. McKaughan.
- Aesthetics and Teleology of Kant by Hannah Ginsborg.
- Samuel Alexander by Emily AE Thomas.
- Realism and theory change in science by Stathis Psillos.
- Gottlob Frege by Edward N. Zalta.
- The Logic of Bolzano by Paul Rusnock and Jan Šebestik.
- The Hidden Character of God by Daniel Howard-Snyder and Adam Green.
- Epicurus by David Konstan.
- John Locke by William Uzgalis.
- Carl Hempel by James Fetzer.
- Jane Addams by Maurice Hamington.
- Isaac Israel by Leonard Levin, R. David Walker and Shalom Sadik.
- Ibn Bajja [Avempace] by Joseph Puig Montada.
- Necessary and sufficient conditions by Andrew Brennan.
- Leibniz’s Exoteric Philosophy by John Whipple.
- Aristotle’s Ethics by Richard Kraut.
- Respect for Robin S. Dillon.
- Aristotle’s Political Theory by Fred Miller.
- Legal Obligation and Authority by Massimo Renzo and Leslie Green.
- Cosmological Argument by Bruce Reichenbach.
- Phylogenetic Inference by Matt Haber and Joel Velasco.
- Experimental moral philosophy by Mark Alfano, Edouard Machery, Alexandra Plakias and Don Loeb.
- Mysticism by Richard Jones and Jerome Gellman.
- Frank Lovett’s Republicanism.
- Classic logic by Stewart Shapiro and Teresa Kouri Kissel.
- The Value of Knowledge by Duncan Pritchard, John Turri and J. Adam Carter.
- Elias by Christian Wildberg.
- Alain LeRoy Locke by Jacoby Adeshei Carter and Corey Barnes.
- Medieval Theories of Emotions by Simo Knuuttila.
- Promises of Allen Habib.
- Blurry by Roy Sorensen.
- Marin Mersenne by Philippe Hamou.
- Michel de Montaigne by Christopher Edelman.
- Deluze, Kierkegaard and the ethics of selfhood by Andrew M. Jampol-Petzinger.
- Forms and Structure in Plato’s Metaphysics by Anna Marmodoro.
- The blurring and evolution of consciousnessess: on the other side of the mirror by Michael Tye.
- Buddhist Ethics: A Philosophical Exploration by Jay L. Garfield.
- Truth and norms: normative alethic pluralism and evaluative disagreements by Filippo Ferrari.
- Locke on people and personal identity by Ruth Boeker.
- Neurosciences and Philosophy by Felipe De Brigard and Walter Sinnott-Armstorng (eds.).
- Representing divinity: a metatheological approach by Jonathan L. Kvanvig.
Philosophy in 1000 words
- Condorcet’s Jury Theorem and Democracy by Robert Weston Siscoe.
- What is misogyny? by Odelia Zuckerman and Clair Morrissey.
- Gricean Conversational Implication: What We Say and What We Hear by Thomas Hodgson.
- Formal Logic: Symbolizing Arguments in Quantificational or Predicate Logic by Timothy Eshing.
Vox Project ∅
Recent reviews of philosophy books in non-academic media
- Private notebooks, 1914-1916 by Ludwig Wittgenstein is reviewed by Thomas Nagel at The new statesman.
- 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.
- Gender feminism by Holly Lawford-Smith is reviewed by Daniel Kodsi at The critic.
- 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.
- Reconsider repairs by Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò is reviewed by Natasha Lennard at Reading forum.
- Strawman Arguments: A Study in Error Theory by Scott Aikin and John Casey is reviewed by Mary Leng at Times Literary Supplement.
- 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.
- 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.