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George Herbert Mead by Mitchell Aboulafia and Scott Taylor.

The Hole Argument by John D. Norton.

Population Genetics by Samir Okasha.

Categories by Amie Thomasson.

The Problem of Induction by Leah Henderson.

Aristotle’s Logic by Robin Smith.

Medieval Theories of Practical Reason by Anthony Celano.

Truthlikeness by Graham Oddie and Gustavo Cevolani.

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Charles Darwin by Charles Pence.     

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1000-Word Philosophy      

The Philosophy of Humor: What Makes Something Funny? by Chris A. Kramer.           

Project Vox     ∅

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media  

Growing Moral: A Confucian Guide to Life by Stephen C. Angle, Breakfast With Seneca: A Stoic Guide to the Art of Living by David Fideler, and How to Be You: Simone de Beauvoir and the Art of Authentic Living by Skye Cleary are reviewed by Emily Thomas at The Times Literary Supplement.

Democracy’s Discontent: A New Edition for Our Perilous Times by Michael Sandel is reviewed by Win McCormack at The New Republic.

Ha! A Christian Philosophy of Humor by Peter Kreeft is reviewed by Sarah Schutte at National Review.

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