Consciousness and Perceptual Experience: An Ecological and Phenomenological Approach

2014.07.28 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Thomas Natsoulas, Consciousness and Perceptual Experience: An Ecological and Phenomenological Approach, Cambridge University
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The Language Hoax

Humanity is diverse, and it’s appealing to think that each language provides its own lens on the world. Not so, but the myth persists…
Humanity is diverse, and it’s appealing to think that each language provides its own lens on the world. Not so, but the myth persists… [More]

No Ivy League, please!

Bill Deresiewicz hears from a lot of young people. They want advice on how to avoid becoming anxious, depressed, and aimless. He tells them to avoid the Ivy League…
Bill Deresiewicz hears from a lot of young people. They want advice on how to avoid becoming anxious, depressed, and aimless. He tells them to avoid the Ivy League… [More]

Keep It Brief

These are hard times for the study of literature. Technology is ascendant, the humanities in retreat. But the activity of writing continues to redeem itself…
These are hard times for the study of literature. Technology is ascendant, the humanities in retreat. But the activity of writing continues to redeem itself… [More]

Philosophical Foundations of Property Law

2014.07.27 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews James Penner and Henry E. Smith (eds.), Philosophical Foundations of Property Law, Oxford University Press, 2013, 369pp., $98.50
2014.07.27 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews James Penner and Henry E. Smith (eds.), Philosophical Foundations of Property Law, Oxford University Press, 2013, 369pp., $98.50 [More]

Justice as a Virtue

[Revised entry by Michael Slote on July 22, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] When we speak of justice as a virtue, we are usually referring to a trait of individuals, even if we conceive
[Revised entry by Michael Slote on July 22, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] When we speak of justice as a virtue, we are usually referring to a trait of individuals, even if we conceive [More]

Port Royal Logic

[New Entry by Jill Buroker on July 22, 2014.] La Logique ou l'art de penser, better known as the Port-Royal Logic (hereinafter Logic), was the most influential logic text from Aristotle to the end
[New Entry by Jill Buroker on July 22, 2014.] La Logique ou l'art de penser, better known as the Port-Royal Logic (hereinafter Logic), was the most influential logic text from Aristotle to the end [More]

Deleuze and Art

2014.07.26 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Anne Sauvagnargues, Deleuze and Art, Samantha Bankston (tr.), Bloomsbury, 2013, 228pp., $120.00 (hbk), ISBN 9781441173805.
2014.07.26 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Anne Sauvagnargues, Deleuze and Art, Samantha Bankston (tr.), Bloomsbury, 2013, 228pp., $120.00 (hbk), ISBN 9781441173805. [More]

World Processor

Work and its discontents. What followed the ascendance of tech culture? Surveillance, data mining, inequality, canned pep talks, disillusionment…
Work and its discontents. What followed the ascendance of tech culture? Surveillance, data mining, inequality, canned pep talks, disillusionment… [More]

Revanchism and Its Costs

“Revanchism” and “irredentism” are ugly, awkward words, and their significance is hard to analyze. Doing so reveals that the map of the world is a holy mess…
“Revanchism” and “irredentism” are ugly, awkward words, and their significance is hard to analyze. Doing so reveals that the map of the world is a holy mess… [More]