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Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews | University of Notre Dame

Entirely devoted to publishing substantive, high-quality scholarly philosophy books reviews.

  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly two posts per month
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Most recent posts

Religion as Make-Believe: A Theory of Belief, Imagination, and Group Identity
In Religion as Make-Believe, Neil Van Leeuwen argues that factual beliefs (for example, that there’s beer in the fridge) differ greatly from “religious credences” (for example, that God is a trinity). Although people commonly say …
On , by Schwitzgebel-Van Leeuwen 5.1, 2,018 words
Nonideal Social Ontology: The Power View
Åsa Burman’s Nonideal Social Ontology is field-changing work that aims to both make visible and contribute to a paradigm shift from ‘ideal’ to ‘nonideal’ theorizing in social ontology. Burman gives us a top-down view of …
On , by Thomasson-Burman, 5.2, 2,731 words
Law is a Moral Practice
In the first chapter of his often entertaining but rather exasperating book, Scott Hershovitz gives two different formulations of its central thesis that “law is a moral practice.” In one formulation, “legal practices—like legislation and …
On , by 4.2 Leiter-Hershovitz, 3,763 words