Weekly update of online philosophical resources


The weekly report on new and revised entries in online philosophy resources and new philosophy book reviews…

(This report is for the past two weeks.)

Sep

New:

  1. Thomas Green Hill by David Brink.
  2. Philosophy in the Han Dynasty in China by Alexus McLeod.
  3. Personality in classical Indian philosophy by Monima Chadha.

Amended:

  1. George boole by Stanley Burris
  2. Economic analysis of law by Lewis Kornhauser.
  3. Nicolas hartmann by Keith Peterson and Roberto Poli.

IEP ??

NDPR

  1. Perception by Adam Pautz is reviewed by Dimitria Electra Gatzia.
  2. Hegel’s theory of normativity: the systematic foundations of the philosophical science of law by Kevin Thompson is reviewed by Joshua Wretzel.

1000 word philosophy

  1. Agnosticism about the existence of God by Sylwia Wilczewska.
  2. Theories of moral consideration: who and what matters morally? by Jonathan Spelman.
  3. Cultural Relativism: Do Cultural Norms Make Actions Good or Bad? by Nathan Nobis.

Vox project ??

Recent reviews of philosophy books in non-university media ∅

  1. The subversive Simone Weil: a life in fifty ideas by Robert Zaretsky is reviewed by Jacqueline Rose at The New York Book Review.
  2. Justice Through the Ages: Treating the Young and the Old as Equal by Juliana Uhuru Bidadanure is reviewed by Kwame Anthony Appiah at The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Compiled by Michael Glawson


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