Readings


Philosophy

  • Kant’s Dog, by David E. Johnson.
  • Philosophy of Mind, Ed. by Russell J. Jenkins and Walter E. Sullivan.
  • Epistemology, by Laurence BonJour.
  • Between Philosophy and Religion - Volume 1, by Brayton Polka.
  • Philosophy and Psychology of Time, Ed. by Bruno Mölder, Valtteri Arstila, and Peter Øhrstrøm.
  • Kierkegaard and Kant on Radical Evil and the Highest Good, by Roe Fremstedal.
  • The Radical Humanism of Erich Fromm, by Kieran Durkin.
  • Against Orthodoxy, by Stanley Aronowitz.
  • Philosophy and Modern Liberal Arts Education, by Nigel Tubbs.
  • A Companion to Relativism, Ed. by Steven D. Hales.
  • Plato and the Divided Self, Ed. by Rachel Barney, Tad Brennan, and Charles Brittain.
  • Kant and the Interests of Reason, by Sebastian Raedler.
  • Free Will and Moral Responsibility, Ed. by Ishtiyaque Haji and Justin Caouette.
  • God – Beyond Me, by Cia van Woezik.
  • Epistemic Indefinites, Ed. by Luis Alonso-Ovalle and Paula Menéndez-Benito.
  • Maimonides and Spinoza, by Joshua Parens.
  • The Possibility of Christian Philosophy, by Adam C. English.
  • Minds, Brains, and Law, by Michael S. Pardo & Dennis Patterson.
  • Knowledge, Virtue, and Action, Ed. by Tim Henning and David P. Schweikard.
  • Knowing Right From Wrong, by Kieran Setiya.
  • Soul, Psyche, Brain, Ed. by Kelly Bulkeley.
  • Judging Positivism, by Margaret Martin.
  • Interstices of the Sublime, by Clayton Crockett.
  • Postmodern Apologetics?, by Christina M. Gschwandtner.
  • Necessary Beings, by Bob Hale.
  • Existentialism, by Thomas Flynn.
  • New Essays on the Knowability Paradox, Ed. by Joe Salerno.
  • Kant and the New Philosophy of Religion, Ed. by Chris L. Firestone and Stephen R. Palmquist.
  • Rawls and Religion, Ed. by Tom Bailey and Valentina Gentile.
  • Forgiveness, by Charles L. Griswold.
  • Wish-fulfilment in Philosophy and Psychoanalysis, by Tamas Pataki.
  • Realism and Appearances, by John W. Yolton.
  • Experimental Philosophy, Rationalism, and Naturalism, Ed. by Eugen Fischer and John Collins.
  • God Is Watching You, by Dominic Johnson.
  • The Paradoxical Rationality of Søren Kierkegaard, by Richard McCombs.
  • The Perspective of Morality, by Martin Rhonheimer.
  • Community and Progress in Kant’s Moral Philosophy, by Kate A. Moran.
  • The Enlightenment, by Vincenzo Ferrone.
  • New Approaches to Neo-Kantianism, Ed. by Nicolas de Warren and Andrea Staiti.
  • The New Science of the Mind, by Mark Rowlands.
  • The Varieties of Consciousness, by Uriah Kriegel.
  • Metaphysics and Grammar, by William Charlton.
  • Between the Canon and the Messiah, by Colby Dickinson.
  • The Practices of the Enlightenment, by Dorothea E. von Mücke.
  • Logicism and its Philosophical Legacy, by William Demopoulos.
  • Mere Possibilities, by Robert Stalnaker.
  • Creationism and Its Critics in Antiquity, by David Sedley.
  • Natural Theology in the Scientific Revolution, by Katherine Calloway.
  • Intentionality and the Myths of the Given, by Carl B. Sachs.
  • Philosophy at 3:AM, by Richard Marshall.
  • Descartes, by Desmond M. Clarke.
  • How Skeptics Do Ethics, by Aubrey Neal.
  • Ethics and the A Priori, by Michael Smith.
  • Semantic Externalism, by Jesper Kallestrup.
  • Human Evolution and Christian Ethics, by Stephen J. Pope.
  • Rationality for Mortals, by Gerd Gigerenzer.
  • Nature, Human Nature, & Human Difference, by Justin E. H. Smith.
  • Dante’s Deadly Sins, by Raymond Angelo Belliotti.
  • Religion, Metaphysics, and the Postmodern, by Christopher Ben Simpson.
  • Assholes: A Theory, by Aaron James.
  • Inventing the Individual, by Larry Siedentop.
  • The Party of Humanity, by Blakey Vermeule.
  • Dewey, by J.E.Tiles.
  • Aristotle and the Science of Nature, by Andrea Falcon.
  • Aquinas on the Beginning and End of Human Life, by Fabrizio Amerini.
  • John Locke and Modern Life, by Lee Ward.
  • Morality, Authority, and Law, by Stephen Darwall.
  • Thinking about Feeling, Ed. by Robert C. Solomon.
  • Reason, Morality, and Law, Ed. by John Keown and Robert P. George.
  • Free, by Alfred R. Mele.
  • Every Thing Must Go, by James Ladyman and Don Ross.
  • Neoplatonism, by Pauliina Remes.
  • Reason in Action, by John Finnis.
  • The Moral Skeptic, by Anita M. Superson.
  • Worlds of Truth, by Israel Scheffler.
  • Why Plato Wrote, by Danielle S. Allen.
  • Contemporary Perspectives on Early Modern Philosophy, Ed. by Martin Lenz and Anik Waldow.
  • Darwin, by Tim Lewens.
  • Who’s Afraid of Relativism?, by James K. A. Smith.
  • Kant's Critique of Pure Reason, by Otfried Höffe.
  • Body and Soul in Ancient Philosophy, Ed. by Dorothea Frede and Burkhard Reis.
  • Cicero's Practical Philosophy, Ed. by Walter Nicgorski.
  • Judging State-Sponsored Violence, Imagining Political Change, by Bronwyn Leebaw.
  • St. Paul among the Philosophers, Ed. by John D. Caputo & Linda Martín Alcoff.
  • Peter Singer and Christian Ethics, by Charles C. Camosy.
  • Radical Evil and the Scarcity of Hope, by Martin Beck Matustik.
  • Consciousness and the Existence of God, by J.P. Moreland.
  • Monotheism and Tolerance, by Robert Erlewine.
  • As Free and as Just as Possible, by Jeffrey Reiman.
  • The Roots of Reason, by David Papineau.
  • The Character of Consciousness, by David J. Chalmers.
  • Philosophy of Language and the Challenge to Scientific Realism, by Christopher Norris.
  • Philosophy, God and Motion, by Simon Oliver.
  • The Sophists, Ed. by Patricia O’Grady.
  • The Future of Philosophy, Ed. by Oliver Leaman.
  • Spinoza's Book of Life, by Steven B. Smith.
  • The Chomsky Effect, by Robert F. Barsky.
  • A Genealogy of Marion's Philosophy of Religion, by Tamsin Jones.
  • Modernism and Nihilism, by Shane Weller.
  • An Anthology of Philosophy in Persia: Volume I, Ed. by S. H. Nasr and M. Aminrazavi.
  • The Demands of Consequentialism, by Tim Mulgan.
  • Truth, by Alexis G. Burgess & John P. Burgess.
  • The New Frontier of Religion and Science, by John Hick.
  • Caves and the Ancient Greek Mind, by Yulia Ustinova.
  • Kant's 'Metaphysics of Morals': A Critical Guide, Ed by Lara Denis.
  • Moral Psychology: Volume 2, Ed. by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong.
  • Heidegger Explained, by Graham Harman.
  • Attacking Faulty Reasoning, by T. Edward Damer.
  • Philosophy and Theology in the Long Middle Ages, Ed. by Kent Emery, Jr., Russell L. Friedman & Andreas Speer.
  • America and the Political Philosophy of Common Sense, by Scott P. Segrest.
  • Philosophy of Psychopharmacology, by Dan J. Stein.
  • Human Dignity, by George Kateb.
  • Logic, by Paul Tomassi.
  • Heidegger and the Question of National Socialism, by Bernhard Radloff.
  • Normativity and the Will, by R. Jay Wallace.
  • Mind, Matter and the Implicate Order, by Paavo T.I. Pylkkänen.
  • What the Tortoise Taught Us, by Burton F. Porter.
  • Emotions, by Robert C. Roberts.
  • Moral Psychology: Volume 1, Ed. by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong.
  • Saving Truth From Paradox, by Hartry Field.
  • Moral Psychology: Volume 3, Ed. by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong.
  • Faith and Reason, by Donald A. Crosby.
  • Kierkegaard, by C. Stephen Evans.
  • From Romanticism to Critical Theory, by Andrew Bowie.
  • The Soul of Nietzsche's Beyond Good and Evil, by Maudemarie Clark and David Dudrick.
  • Spinoza on Philosophy, Religion, and Politics, by Susan James.
  • Kant on Moral Autonomy, Ed. by Oliver Sensen.
  • Politics and Metaphysics in Kant, Ed. by Sorin Baiasu, Sami Pihlström, and Howard Williams.
  • The Inquiring Mind, by Jason Baehr.
  • Postcolonial Philosophy of Religion, Ed. by Purushottama Bilimoria and Andrew B. Irvine.
  • The Impossibility and Necessity of Theodicy, by Andrea Poma.
  • The New French Philosophy, by lan James.
  • Philosophy of Language: The Key Thinkers, Ed. by Barry Lee.
  • God and the Reach of Reason, by Erik J. Wielenberg.
  • Hegel's Naturalism, by Terry Pinkard.
  • In Defense of Sentimentality, by Robert C. Solomon.
  • Mainstream and Formal Epistemology, by Vincent F. Hendricks.
  • Philo of Alexandria 'On Virtues', by Walter T. Wilson.
  • William Petty, by Ted McCormick.
  • A Free Will, by Michael Frede.
  • Medieval Philosophy, Ed. by Gyula Klima.
  • Moral Powers, Fragile Beliefs, Ed. by Joseph Carlisle, James Carter, and Daniel Whistler.
  • Relativism, by Timothy Mosteller.
  • Kant’s Human Being, by Robert B. Louden.
  • Reasons for Belief, Ed. by Andrew Reisner and Asbjørn Steglich-Petersen.
  • Attention Is Cognitive Unison, by Christopher Mole.
  • Kant on God, by Peter Byrne.
  • Effective Intentions, by Alfred R. Mele.
  • Epistemology, by Anthony O’Hear.
  • Not Passion's Slave, by Robert C. Solomon.
  • Heart and Mind, by Mary Midgley.
  • Mind, Method, and Morality, Ed. by John Cottingham and Peter Hacker.
  • Deep Control, by John Martin Fischer.
  • Comic Relief, by John Morreall.
  • Forming the Mind, Ed. by Henrik Lagerlund.
  • Punishment, by Ted Honderich.
  • Understanding Philosophy of Science, by James Ladyman.
  • The Retreat of Reason, by Ingmar Persson.
  • A Case for the Existence of God, by Dean L. Overman.
  • Rationality + Consciousness = Free Will, by David H odgson.
  • The Moral Dimensions of Empathy, by Julinna C. Oxley.
  • Why Think?, by Ronald de Sousa.
  • Regimens of the Mind, by Sorana Corneanu.
  • God and the Ethics of Belief, Ed. by Andrew Dole and Andrew Chignell.
  • Engagement and Metaphysical Dissatisfaction, by Barry Stroud.
  • Better than Human, by Allen Buchanan.
  • Meaning and Mystery, by David M. Holley.
  • Nietzsche's Philosophy of Religion, by Julian Young.
  • Augustine, by Gareth B. Matthews.
  • Moore’s Paradox, Ed. by Mitchell Green and John N. Williams.
  • Perception and Basic Beliefs, by Jack C. Lyons.
  • Thinking the Unconscious, Ed. by Angus Nicholls and Martin Liebscher.
  • Rival Enlightenments, by Ian Hunter.
  • The Image in Mind, by Charles Taliaferro and Jil Evans.
  • Berkeley, by Talia Mae Bettcher.
  • Weakness of Will in Renaissance and Reformation Thought, by Risto Saarinen.
  • The Case for Qualia, Ed. by Edmond Wright.
  • Philosophy of Religion: The Key Thinkers, Ed. by Jeffrey J. Jordan.
  • Rationality and Reality, Ed. by Colin Cheyne and John Worrall.
  • Hegel's Critique of Metaphysics, by Béatrice Longuenesse.
  • Kierkegaard and the Catholic Tradition, by Jack Mulder, Jr.
  • Themes from G. E. Moore, Ed. by Susana Nuccetelli and Gary Seay.
  • Freud, by Jonathan Lear.
  • Aquinas on Friendship, by Daniel Schwartz.
  • Conceptions of Philosophy, Ed. by Anthony O’Hear.
  • Anti-Individualism and Knowledge, by Jessica Brown.
  • Hegel, Idealism, and Analytic Philosophy, by Tom Rockmore.
  • Rescuing Dewey, by Peter T. Manicas.
  • John Stuart Mill: A Biography, by Nicholas Capaldi.
  • The Legitimacy of the Middle Ages, Ed. by Andrew Cole and D. Vance Smith.
  • Hume's Naturalism, by H. O. Mounce.
  • The Metaphysics of Consciousness, Ed. by Pierfrancesco Basile, Julian Kiverstein, and Pauline Phemister.
  • Heidegger’s Religious Origins, by Benjamin D. Crowe.
  • Altruism & Altruistic Love, Ed. by Stephen G. Post, Lynn G. Underwood, Jeffrey P. Schloss, and William B. Hurlbut.
  • The Philosophy of the Young Kant, by Martin Schonfeld.
  • Reason in Philosophy, by Robert B. Brandom.
  • Between Faith and Doubt, by John Hick.
  • Spectacles of Truth in Classical Greek Philosophy, by Andrea Wilson Nightingale.
  • Between Kant and Hegel, by Dieter Henrich.
  • The Analytic Freud, Ed. by Michael P. Levine.
  • Hume on Religion, by David O’Connor.
  • Moral Epistemology, by Aaron Zimmerman.
  • Jesus and Philosophy, Ed. by Paul K. Moser.
  • From Human to Posthuman, by Brent Waters.
  • After God, Ed. by John Panteleimon Manoussakis.
  • Nature Red in Tooth and Claw, by Michael J. Murray.
  • Augustine's Inner Dialogue, by Brian Stock.
  • Beyond Metaphysics?, Ed. by Roland Faber, Brian G. Henning, and Clinton Combs.
  • Aristotle on the Nature of Truth, by Christopher P. Long.
  • Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Mind, Ed. by Brian P. McLaughlin and Jonathan Cohen.
  • The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Scepticism, Ed. by Richard Bett.
  • Greek Philosophers as Theologians, by Adam Drozdek.
  • Spinoza on Human Freedom, by Matthew J. Kisner.
  • Social Empiricism, by Miriam Solomon.
  • New Proofs for the Existence of God, by Robert J. Spitzer.
  • Epistemology, by Robert Audi.
  • Riddles of Existence, by Earl Conee and Theodore Sider.
  • The New Science of the Mind, by Mark E. Borrello.
  • The Rationalists, Ed. by Carlos Fraenkel, Dario Perinetti, and Justin E. H. Smith.
  • Bernard Lonergan’s Philosophy of Religion, by Jim Kanaris.
  • Free Will and Reactive Attitudes, Ed. by Michael S. Mckenna and Paul Russell.
  • Habermas, by Lasse Thomassen.
  • Kierkegaard and Socrates, by Jacob Howland.
  • Having Thought, by John Haugeland.
  • Neuroethics, Ed. by Judy Illes.
  • The Logical Basis of Metaphysics, by Michael Dummett.
  • Rousseau: A Free Community of Equals, by Joshua Cohen.
  • Ancient Models of Mind, Ed. by Andrea Nightingale and David Sedley.
  • David Hume: Reason In History, by Claudia M. Schmidt.
  • Newton as Philosopher, by Andrew Janiak.
  • Hegel, by Frederick Beiser.
  • Better Consciousness, Ed. by Alex Neill and Christopher Janaway.
  • The Nature of the Self, by Paul Cobben.
  • The Evolution of Logic, by W. D. Hart.
  • From an Ontological Point of View, by John Heil.
  • Socratic Moral Psychology, by Thomas C. Brickhouse and Nicholas D. Smith.
  • True to Life, by Michael P. Lynch.
  • The Logic of the Heart, by James R. Peters.
  • Terrorism and the Ethics of War, by Stephen Nathanson.
  • Critical Thinking, by Tracy Bowell and Gary Kemp.
  • The Cambridge Companion to Ockham, Ed. by Paul Vincent Spade.
  • Nietzsche on Epistemology and Metaphysics, by Tsarina Doyle.
  • Morality in the Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes, by S. A. Lloyd.
  • The Kantian Aesthetic, by Paul Crowther.
  • The Metaphysics of Science, by Craig Dilworth.
  • Emergence in Mind, Ed. by Cynthia Macdonald and Graham Macdonald.
  • A Philosophy of Boredom, by Lars Svendsen.
  • Nietzsche's Anti-Darwinism, by Dirk R. Johnson.
  • Hume's Skeptical Crisis, by Robert J. Fogelin.
  • Free Will, Predestination and Determinism, by John Cowburn.
  • The Idea of Continental Philosophy, by Simon Glendinning.
  • Aquinas on Being, by Anthony Kenny.
  • Modern Philosophy, by Richard Francks.
  • Oxford Studies in Epistemology: Volume 1, Ed. by Tamar Szabo Gendler and John Hawthorne.
  • Glittering Vices, by Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung.
  • The Problem of Hell, by Jonathan L. Kvanvig.
  • Pleasure, Mind, and Soul, by C. C. W. Taylor.
  • G-D, Rationality and Mysticism, by Irving Block.
  • Evidence for God, Ed. by William A. Dembski and Michael Licona.
  • The Cambridge Companion to Early Modern Philosophy, Ed. by Donald Rutherford.
  • Whitehead’s Radically Different Postmodern Philosophy, by David Ray Griffin.
  • The Metaphysics of Time, by Bradley Dowden.
  • New British Philosophy, Ed. by Julian Baggini and Jeremy Stangroom.
  • Our Knowledge of the Internal World, by Robert C. Stalnaker.
  • Continental Philosophy, by Andrew Cutrofello.
  • Reasons and the Good, by Roger Crisp.
  • Relativism, by Maria Baghramian.
  • Transcendence in Philosophy and Religion, Ed. by James E. Faulconer.
  • The God of Metaphysics, by T. L. S. Sprigge.
  • Normativity and the Will, by R. Jay Wallace.
  • A Contemporary Introduction to Free Will, by Robert Kane.
  • Epistemology and the Psychology of Human Judgment, by Michael A Bishop and J. D. Trout.
  • The Proper Ambition of Science, Ed. by M.W.F. Stone and Jonathan Wolff.
  • Physicalism, by Daniel Stoljar.
  • Controversies and the Metaphysics of Mind, by Yaron M. Senderowicz.
  • Redeeming Nietzsche, by Giles Fraser.
  • Mind and Emergence, by Philip Clayton.
  • Anselm on Freedom, by Katherin A. Rogers.
  • The God Debates, by John R. Shook.
  • Philosophical Romanticism, Ed. by Nikolas Kompridis.
  • An Introduction to Kant's Moral Philosophy, by Jennifer K. Uleman.
  • The Moral Landscape, by Sam Harris.
  • The Re-Emergence of Emergence, by Philip Clayton and Paul Davies.
  • Rationality and the Good, Ed. by Mark Timmons, John Greco, and Alfred R. Mele.
  • The Plain Truth, by Thomas M. Lennon.
  • Aquinas, by Eleonore Stump.
  • Ethics Vindicated, by Ermanno Bencivenga.
  • Anselm, by Sandra Visser and Thomas Williams.
  • Believing by Faith, by John Bishop.
  • A Virtue Epistemology, by Ernest Sosa.
  • Trials of Reason, by David Wolfsdorf.
  • Pyrrhonian Skepticism, Ed. by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong.
  • The Rise and Fall of Soul and Self, by Raymond Martin and John Barresi.
  • Thinking Through the Death of God, Ed. by Lissa McCullough and Brian Schroeder.
  • Hellenic Philosophy, by Christos C. Evangeliou.
  • God, Philosophy, Universities, by Alasdair MacIntyre.
  • The Emotional Construction of Morals, by Jesse Prinz.
  • The Impartial Spectator, by D. D. Raphael.
  • Kant's Critique of Practical Reason: A Critical Guide, Ed. by Andrews Reath and Jens Timmermann.
  • Issues in Contemporary Philosophy of Religion, Ed. by Eugene Thomas Long.
  • Prudes, Perverts, and Tyrants, by Christina H. Tarnopolsky.
  • The Use of Censorship in the Enlightenment, Ed. by Mogens Laerke.
  • The Historical Christ and the Jesus of Faith, by C. Stephen Evans.
  • Kant's Anatomy of Evil, Ed. by Sharon Anderson-Gold and Pablo Muchnik.
  • The Metaphysical Presuppositions of Being-in-the-World, by Caitlin Smith Gilson.
  • Promoting and Producing Evil, Ed. by Nancy Billias.
  • Thomas Aquinas: A Very Short Introduction, by Fergus Kerr.
  • Kant and the Historical Turn, by Karl Ameriks.
  • The Possibility of Metaphysics, by E. J. Lowe.
  • Understanding Religious Ethics, by Charles Mathewes.
  • A Companion to Philosophy of Religion, Ed. by Charles Taliaferro, Paul Draper, and Philip L. Quinn.
  • The Enlightenment and the Intellectual Foundations of Modern Culture, by Louis Dupre.
  • At the Roots of Christian Bioethics, Ed. by Ana Smith Iltis and Mark J. Cherry.
  • Philosophical Myths of the Fall, by Stephen Mulhall.
  • Philosophy, Science and Divine Action, Ed. by F. LeRon Shults, Nancey Murphy and Robert John Russell.
  • Saving God, by Mark Johnston.
  • Reasons from Within, by Alan H. Goldman.
  • Reflections on How We Live, by Annette C. Baier.
  • The Ethics of Modernism, by Lee Oser.
  • Humanism and Early Modern Philosophy, Ed. by Jill Kraye and M.W.F. Stone.
  • God and Cosmos in Stoicism, Ed. by Ricardo Salles.
  • The Philosophy of Jesus, by Peter Kreeft.
  • The Sense of Creation, by Patrick Masterson.
  • Reason, Faith and History, Ed. by M.W.F. Stone.
  • Transcending Boundaries in Philosophy and Theology, Ed. by Kevin Vanhoozer and Martin Warner.
  • Neopragmatism and Theological Reason, by G. W. Kimura.
  • On Søren Kierkegaard, by Edward F. Mooney.
  • Methodologies of Comparative Philosophy, by Robert W. Smid.
  • A Darwinian Worldview, by Brian Baxter.
  • Margins of Religion, by John Llewelyn.
  • Graven Ideologies, by Bruce Ellis Benson.
  • Body & Soul, by J. P. Moreland and Scott B. Rae.
  • Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview, by J. P. Moreland and William Lane Craig.
  • Joseph Priestley, Scientist, Philosopher, and Theologian, Ed. by Isabel Rivers and David L. Wykes.
  • The Motion Paradox, by Joseph Mazur.
  • The Case for the Enlightenment, by John Robertson.
  • Divine Hiddenness, Ed. by Daniel Howard-Snyder and Paul K. Moser.
  • Metametaphysics, Ed. by David Chalmers, David Manley, and Ryan Wasserman.
  • Wrestling with God and with Evil, Ed. by Hendrik M. Vroom.
  • Oxford Readings in Philosophical Theology, Ed. by Michael Rea.
  • An Argument for Mind, by Jerome Kagan.
  • Elements of Mind, by Tim Crane.
  • The World We Want, by Robert B. Louden.
  • Transforming Philosophy and Religion, Ed. by Norman Wirzba and Bruce Ellis Benson.
  • Truth in Aquinas, by John Milbank and Catherine Pickstock.
  • The Philosophers' Quarrel, by Robert Zaretsky and John T. Scott.
  • Fallen Nature, Fallen Selves, by Michael Moriarty.
  • Second Philosophy, by Penelope Maddy.
  • Time, Change and Freedom, by Quentin Smith and L.Nathan Oaklander.
  • The Three Cultures, by Jerome Kagan.
  • Kant and the Foundations of Analytic Philosophy, by Robert Hanna.
  • Nietzsche, Godfather of Fascism?, Ed. by Jacob Golomb and Robert S. Wistrich.
  • The Elusive God, by Paul K. Moser.
  • Thomas Aquinas on the Passions, by Robert Miner.
  • In Defense of Kant’s Religion, by Chris L. Firestone and Nathan Jacobs.
  • Enlightment Against Empire, by Sankar Muthu.
  • Jonathan Edwards’s Philosophy of History, by Avihu Zakai.
  • The Newton Wars and the Beginning of the French Enlightenment, by J. B. Shank.
  • Intellectual Virtue, Ed. by Michael DePaul and Linda Zagzebski.
  • Chesterton and the Romance of Orthodoxy, by William Oddie.
  • Reason and Horror, by Morton Schoolman.
  • Beyond the Revolution, by William H. Goetzmann.
  • Thoughts, by Stephen Yablo.
  • Rousseau, by Nicholas Dent.
  • Introducing Philosophy of Religion, by Chad Meister.
  • Shame and Philosophy, by Phil Hutchinson.
  • Conceptions of Truth, by Wolfgang Kunne.
  • Kierkegaard, by Sylvia Walsh.
  • Hard Truths, by Elijah Millgram.
  • Of Liberty and Necessity, by Nancey Murphy and Warren S. Brown.
  • Did My Neurons Make Me Do It?, by Nancey Murphy and Warren S. Brown.
  • Did My Genes Make Me Do It?, by Avrum Stroll.
  • Knowledge of God, by Alvin Plantinga and Michael Tooley.
  • God, Evil, and Human Learning, by Fred Berthold Jr.
  • There Is A God, by Antony Flew with Roy Abraham Varghese.
  • Metaphysics and the Good, Ed. by Samuel Newlands and Larry M. Jorgensen.
  • History of Modern Philosophy, by Richard Falckenberg.
  • Enlightenment and Reform in Eighteenth-century Europe, by Derek Beales.
  • The Weight of Things, by Jean Kazez.
  • The Rise and Fall of Soul and Self, by Raymond Martin and John Barresi.
  • Cartesian Reflections, by John Cottingham.
  • David Hume, by Laurence L. Bongie.
  • Belief in God, by T. J. Mawson.
  • The Reflective Life, by Valerie Tiberius.
  • Nietzsche, by Robert Wicks.
  • Hume, by Harold Noonan.
  • Radical Enlightenment, by Jonathan I. Israel.
  • Four Views on Free Will, by John Martin Fischer, Robert Kane, Derk Pereboom, and Manuel Vargas.
  • Immortality Defended, by John Leslie.
  • Ethics, Love, and Faith in Kierkegaard, Ed. by Merold Westphal.
  • Genealogy of Nihilism, by Conor Cunningham.
  • The Problem of Evil, by Peter van Inwagen.
  • God and the Between, by William Desmond.
  • Pascal's Wager, by Jeff Jordan.
  • Free Will, by Ilham Dilman.
  • Analytic Philosophy Without Naturalism, Ed. by Antonella Corradini, Sergio Galvan and E. Jonathan Lowe.
  • Varieties of Things, by Cynthia Macdonald.



























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