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Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews | University of Notre Dame

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

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Heidegger in Ruins: Between Philosophy and Ideology
Heidegger in Ruins is the culmination of a series of books, written over the course of three decades, that Richard Wolin has devoted to Martin Heidegger and his most prominent Jewish students. In the wake …
On , by Faye-Wolin, 11.4, 3,794 words
Determined: A Science of Life Without Free Will
This is a big, splashy book, both in number of pages and ambitions. It is much ballyhooed, receiving reviews and attention throughout the Anglophone world. Sapolsky wishes to disabuse us of what he takes to …
On , by Fischer-Sapolsky, 11.3, 6,537 words
Putting Properties First: A Platonic Metaphysics for Natural Modality
In this book Matthew Tugby offers a new theory of natural modality, where natural modality is understood to consist of those possibilities and necessities arising from the laws of nature and the behavioural dispositions of …
On , by Pereyra-Tugby 11.2, 1,338 words