The weekly report on new and revised entries at online philosophy resources and new reviews of philosophy books…
18th Century British Aesthetics by James Shelley.
Alienation by David Leopold.
Liberalism in Latin America by Faviola Rivera.
Personal Relationship Goods by Anca Gheaus.
The Normative Status of Logic by Florian Steinberger.
The Epistemic Condition for Moral Responsibility by Fernando Rudy-Hiller.
Moral Arguments for the Existence of God by C. Stephen Evans and David Baggett.
Artifact by Beth Preston.
Exploitation by Matt Zwolinski, Benjamin Ferguson, and Alan Wertheimer.
Japanese Confucian Philosophy by John Tucker.
The Concept of Evil by Todd Calder.
Epistemic Conditions of Moral Responsibility by Tom Yates.
Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media
A Philosophy for Future Generations: The Structure and Dynamics of Transgenerationality by Tiziana Andina is reviewed by David Carrier at Los Angeles Review of Books.
Life is Hard: How Philosophy Can Help Us Find Our Way by Kieran Seitya is reviewed by Irena Demetriou at The New York Times, and by James McConnachie at The Times.
Not Thinking Like a Liberal by Raymond Geuss is reviewed by Blake Smith at American Affairs.
Epiphanies: An Ethics of Experience by Sophie Grace Chappell is reviewed by Rachel Fraser at Boston Review.
Free Market: The History of an Idea by Jacob Soll is reviewed by Alan Ryan at Literary Review.
Understanding Metaphors in the Life Sciences by Andrew S. Reynolds is reviewed by Jane O’Grady at Literary Review.
Bonus: How to resolve paradoxes
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