Which Book is This?

Can you name the book in the photo below? We'll send a Philosophy News coffee mug to the first person who can name both the title of the book and the author.
Can you name the book in the photo below? We'll send a Philosophy News coffee mug to the first person who can name both the title of the book and the author. [More]

Arrested Development and Philosophy

An article in citizenvoice.com about the new book Arrested Development and Philosophy edited by Phillips, Wisnewski, and Irwin
An article in citizenvoice.com about the new book Arrested Development and Philosophy edited by Phillips, Wisnewski, and Irwin [More]

New OUP Book: Metaphysical Themes: 1247-1671

New Books in Philosophy discusses this title with author Robert Pasnau. The book addresses questions like, What was the scholastic metaphysical tradition of the later Middle Ages, and why did it come “crashing down as quickly and completely” as it did towards the end of the 17th Century? Why was... [More]

New Books in Philosophy

The New Books Network has launched a new channel focusing on philosophy. “New Books in Philosophy features peer-to-peer discussions with philosophers about their new ideas as expressed in their newly published books. The program is co-hosted by Carrie Figdor (University of Iowa) and Robert Talisse (... [More]

New Book by Alvin Plantinga on Science and Religion

Plantinga takes on the New Atheism in his upcoming book, Where the Conflict Really Lies. Stay tuned for more information. A friend recently made me aware of this book in which one of the worlds foremost Christian philosophers will seek to address many of the arguments being proffered by New Atheist... [More]

Recent Book Calls for Reclassifying Works of Heidegger

A new book with the unambiguous title, Heidegger: The Introduction of Nazism into Philosophy in Light of the Unpublished Seminars of 1933-1935 apparently breaks new ground in identifying Heidegger much more strongly with Nazism. In the book the author, “appeals to his readers to recognize ‘the vital... [More]

7/20/2010–NDPR Reviews of Philosophy Books

Lukas H. Meyer (ed.) Legitimacy, Justice and Public International Law Reviewed by Laura Valentini, The Queen's College, Oxford Jonathan R. Cohen Science, Culture, and Free Spirits: A study of Nietzsche's Human, All-too-Human Reviewed by Julian Young, Wake Forest University David Hy... [More]

6/30/2010 NDPR-Latest Reviews

Raffaella De Rosa Descartes and the Puzzle of Sensory Representation Reviewed by David Clemenson, University of St. Thomas (Minnesota) John Cottingham, Peter Hacker (eds.) Mind, Method, and Morality: Essays in Honour of Anthony Kenny Reviewed by Robert Pasnau, University of Colorado a... [More]

Review of Fodor and Piattelli-Palmarini’s “What Darwin Got Wrong”

Jerry Fodor is known for flouting convention. In a somewhat backhanded complement, Steven Pinker (through the voice of Daniel Dennett) says this about Fodor in his The Stuff of Thought, : It is to Fodor’s credit that he pursues his claims to their logical consequences, regardless of how unconven... [More]

6/16/10: NDPR–Latest Reviews

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Brady Bowman (ed.), Allen Speight (ed.) Heidelberg Writings: Journal Publications Reviewed by Martin Donougho, University of South Carolina-Columbia Markus Patrick Hess Is Truth the Primary Epistemic Goal? Reviewed by Alan Millar, University of Stirlin... [More]