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The weekly report on new and revised entries in on-line philosophy sources and new critiques of philosophy books…
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Online Philosophy Resources Weekly Update | Daily Nous


The weekly report on new and revised entries in on-line philosophy sources and new critiques of philosophy books…

SEP

New:  

  1. Feminist Perspectives on Argumentation, by Catherine E. Hundleby.

Revised:

  1. Heaven and Hell in Christian Thought, by Thomas Talbott.
  2. Porphyry, by Eyjólfur Emilsson.
  3. Genetic Drift, by Roberta L. Millstein.
  4. The Algebra of Logic Tradition, by Stanley Burris and Javier Legris.
  5. Thomas Hobbes, by Stewart Duncan.
  6. Friedrich Schlegel, by Allen Speight.
  7. Conscience, by Alberto Giubilini.
  8. Charles Sanders Peirce, by Robert Burch.
  9. Ramon Llull, by Ernesto Priani.
  10. The Notation in Principia Mathematica, by Bernard Linsky.
  11. Medieval Skepticism, by Charles Bolyard.
  12. The Meaning of Life, by Thaddeus Metz.
  13. Thick Ethical Concepts, by Pekka Väyrynen.

IEP   

  1. Ethics of Artificial Intelligence, by Sven Nyholm.

NDPR   

  1. Indrek Reiland critiques Meanings as Species (Oxford), by Mark Richard.
  2. Emily Kelahan critiques The Concealed Influence of Custom: Hume’s Treatise from the Inside Out (Oxford), by Jay L. Garfield.
  3. Blain Neufeld critiques The Inheritance of Wealth: Justice, Equality, and the Right to Bequeath (Oxford), by Daniel Halliday.

Wireless Philosophy  ∅

1000-Word Philosophy  

  1. Principlism in Biomedical Ethics: Respect for Autonomy, Non-Maleficence, Beneficence, and Justice by G. M. Trujillo, Jr (University of Louisville).
  2. African American Existentialism: DuBois, Locke, Thurman, and King by Anthony Sean Neal (Mississippi State).

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media

  1. Feline Philosophy: Cats and the Meaning of Life by John Gray, reviewed by Christian Alejandro Gonzalez at National Review.
  2. Who Needs a World View? by Raymond Geuss, reviewed by Elena Comay del Junco at The Point.

Compiled by Michael Glawson

Bonus: Facts don’t care about your philosophy.

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