Philosophy in Review

PIR is an open access, specialist book review journal in philosophy, published six times a year. We cover all areas of and approaches to philosophy.

Announcements

 

Upcoming change in publication frequency

 
PiR will be combining the October and December 2017  issues (v37, 5/6) in order that we can start 2018 with a brand new publication schedule. We will be publishing 4 issues year starting with v 38 no.1 in February. Thanks to all our reviewers who have helped make a success of our journal. We look forward to more requests for reviewing new titles.  
Posted: 2017-10-06
 

Online Submissions Process for Commissioned Reviews

 

Authors of commissioned reviews for the journal are requested to submit their reviews via the online system. We recommend that you consult the Author Guidelines and use the article template. Authors need to register with the journal prior to submitting, or if already registered can simply log in and begin the 5 step process. Email Inba Kehoe, Managing Editor at pir at uvic.ca if you encounter any problems or have questions.

 
Posted: 2017-02-10
 
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Vol 37, No 4 (2017): August

Table of Contents

William Desmond, The Intimate Universal: The Hidden Porosity Among Religion, Art, Philosophy, and Politics.
Reviewed by
Nathan R. Strunk
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138-140
Idit Dobbs-Weinstein, Spinoza’s Critique of Religion and its Heirs: Marx, Benjamin, Adorno.
Reviewed by
Corey McCall
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141-143
Sarah Fine and Lea Ypi, eds., Migration in Political Theory.
Reviewed by
Gillian Brock
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144-146
John Kekes. Human Predicaments and What to Do about Them.
Reviewed by
Stephen Hawkins
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147-149
Geoffrey C. Kellow and Neven Leddy, eds., On Civic Republicanism: Ancient Lessons for Global Politics.
Reviewed by
Joel Mann, Frank Cushman
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150-151
Lawrence Nolan, ed., The Cambridge Descartes Lexicon.
Reviewed by
Giacomo Borbone
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152-154
Hilary Putnam, Naturalism, Realism, and Normativity.
Reviewed by
Sheldon Richmond
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155-156
Liana Saif. The Arabic Influences on Early Modern Occult Philosophy.
Reviewed by
Alessandro Giostra
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157-159
John Sallis, The Return of Nature: On the Beyond of Sense.
Reviewed by
Anton Kabeshkin
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160-162
John Sanders, Theology in the Flesh: How Embodiment and Culture Shape the Way We Think about Truth, Morality, and God.
Reviewed by
Wm Curtis Holtzen
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163-165
Shlomi Segall, Why Inequality Matters: Luck Egalitarianism, its Meaning and Value.
Reviewed by
Christopher A Riddle
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166-168
Thomas Mathien
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169-171
Paul C. Taylor, Black is Beautiful: A Philosophy of Black Aesthetics.
Reviewed by
Jeanette Bicknell
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172-173
Miroslav Volf, Flourishing: Why We Need Religion in a Globalized World.
Reviewed by.
Jason Blakely
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174-176
Louis E. Wolcher, The Ethics of Justice Without Illusions.
Reviewed by
Liam Patrick Moore
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177-179