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VOLUME LXIII: BOOK REVIEWS
September 2009–June 2010

NUMBER 1

Bramwell, Bevil. Living Constitution, Dying Faith. By Bradley C. S. Watson.  215–16.

Brann, Eva.  Arendt, Augustine, and the New Beginning. By Stephan Kampowski.  194–96.

Brennan, Patrick M.  Contemporary Perspectives on Natural Law. By Ana Marta González.  191–93.

Copan, Paul.  The Elusive God.  By Paul K. Moser.  201–03.Crider, Scott.  Socrates in the Underworld.  By Nalin Ranasinghe.  206–08.

Cory, David.  Demonstration and scientific knowledge in William of Ockham.  By John Lee Longeway.  198–99.

Dougherty, Jude P.  A Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy.  By William B. Irvine.  193–94.

Dougherty, Jude P.  A Brief Inquiry into the Meaning of Sin and Faith, with “On My Religion.”  By John Rawls.  208–10.

Dougherty, Jude P.  The Crisis of Islamic Civilization.  By Ali A. Allawi. 174–76.

Doyle, John P.  Das ‘Super’—Transzendentale und die Spaltung der Metaphysik: Der Entwurf des Franziskus von Marchia.  By Sabine Folger-Fonfara.  187–89.

Elders, Leo J.  Aquinas on Simplicity.  By Peter Weigel.  217–18.

Farr, Arnold L.  Kant and Skepticism.  By Michael N. Forster.  189–91.

Frank, William A.  The Mind That Is Catholic.  By James V. Schall.  212–13.

Griffiths, Paul J.  The Case for Greatness.  By Robert Faulkner.  186–87.

Jaworski, William.  Cartesian Reflections.  By John Cottingham.  180–82.

Nemoianu, Virgil.  Divine Sophia: The Wisdom Writings of Vladimir Solovyov.  By Judith Deutsch Kornblatt.  196–97.

Protevi, John.  Reflections on Time and Politics.  By Nathan Widder.  218–19.

Restrepo, Daniel.  Eros in Plato, Rousseau, and Nietzsche.  By Laurence D. Cooper.  178–80.

Robinson, Daniel N.  The Golden Age of the Classics in America.  By Carl J. Richard.  210–12.

Seaton, James.  Samuel Johnson: A Biography.  By Peter Martin.  199–201.

Shaw, Elizabeth.  William James at the Boundaries.  By Francesca Bordogna.  176–78.

Silverman, Eric J.  Emotions, Values, and the Law.  By John Deigh.  182–84.

Sweetman, Brendan.  After Wittgenstein, St. Thomas.  By Roger Pouivet.  204–06.

Tkacz, Michael W.  Questions on Aristotle’s On Animals.  By Albert the Great.  173–74.

Tkacz, Michael W.  Time, Creation, and the Continuum.  By Richard Sorabji.  214–15.

Toner, Patrick.  Aquinas: A New Introduction.  By John Peterson.  203–04.

Traiger, Saul.  The External World and our Knowledge of it.  By Fred Wilson.  220–21.

Weigel, Peter.  Considering Transcendence: Elements of a Philosophical Theology.  By Martin J. De Nys.  184–85.

NUMBER 2

Bietenholz, Peter G.  Exploiting Erasmus: The Erasmian Legacy and Religious Change in Early Modern England.  By Gregory D. Dodds.  473–7.

Buford, Thomas O.  The Problem of Free Harmony in Kant’s Aesthetics.  By Kenneth F. Rogerson.  491–93.

Colton, Randal G.  Kierkegaard: An Introduction.  By Stephan C. Evans.  478–79.

Donovan, John.  Ethical Dimensions of the Economy: Making Use of Hegel and the Concepts of Public and Merit Goods.  By Wilfried Ver Eecke.  495–96.

Dougherty, Jude P.  The Legend of the Middle Ages:  Philosophical Explorations of Medieval Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.  By Rémi Brague.  460–63.

Dougherty, Jude P.  Montesquieu and the Logic of Liberty.  By Paul A. Rahe.  488–89.

Ewbank, Michael.  Reading Ancient Texts: Presocratics and Plato; Reading Ancient Texts: Aristotle and Neoplatonism.  By Kevin Corrigan and Suzzane Stern-Gillet (eds.).  468–72.

Feser, Edward.  Theological Origins of Modernity.  By Michael Allen Gillespie.  481–83.

Gregory, Paul. Quine in Dialogue.  By W. V. Quine.  489–91.

Harrison, Frank.  C. S. Lewis and the Search for Rational Religion.  By John Beversluis.  457–58.

Leplin, Jarrett.  The Paradox of Predictivism.  By Eric Christian Barnes.  455–57.

Lindenmuth, Donald C.  Plato’s Philosophers: The Coherence of the Dialogues.  By Catherine H. Zuckert.  498–500.

Maloberti, Nicolás.  Ownership, Authority, and Self-Determination.  By Burke A. Hendrix.  483–85.

Piercey, Robert.  Our Stories: Essays on Life, Death, and Free Will.  By John Martin Fischer.  479–81.

Redpath, Peter A.   Intentionality and Semiotics: A Story of Mutual Fecundation as Told by John Deely.  By John N. Deely.  472–73.

Rosenthal, Alexander S.   Justice in Robes.  By Ronald Dworkin.  475–77.

Rosenthal, Alexander S.  Hans Kelsen’s Pure Theory of Law: Legality and Legitimacy.  By Lars Vinx.  496–98.

Rubin, Michael.  Christian Metaphysics and Neoplatonism.  By Albert Camus.  465–67.

Schlitt, Dale M.  Hegel’s Critique of Metaphysics.  By Béatrice Longueness.  486–88.

Scholz, Sally J.   Autonomy and Rights: The Moral Foundations of Liberalism.  By Horacio Spector.  493–94.

Speliotis, Evanthia.  Feeling our Feelings: What Philosophers Think and People Know.  By Eva Brann.  463–65.

Statile, Glenn.  Understanding Our Being:  Introduction to Speculative Philosophy in the Perennial Tradition.  By John W. Carlson.  467–68.

Storrie, Stefan.  Nature’s Metaphysics: Laws and Properties.  By Alexander Bird.  459–60. 

Viney, Donald W.  Problems of Evil and the Power of God.  By James A. Keller.  485–86.

 

NUMBER 3

Anderson, Robert D. Plato on Moral Expertise. By Rod Jenks. 703-5.

 

Brown, Christopher M. Aquinas: God and Action. By David B. Burrell. 682-85.

 

Brown, Mark B. Democratic Professionalism: Citizen Participation and the Reconstruction of Professional Ethics, Identity, and Practice. By Albert W. Dzur. 691-93.

 

Burke, Thomas J. The Egalitarian Spirit of Christianity: The Sacred Roots of American and British Government. By Stephen Strehle. 726-28.

 

Church Jeffrey. The Skillful Self: Liberalism, Culture, and the Politics of Skill. By John Stopford. 724-26.

 

Clewis, Robert R. Ideal Embodiment: Kant’s Theory of Sensibility. By Angelica Nuzzo. 715-17.

 

Dodds, Gregory D. Encounters with a Radical Erasmus: Erasmus’ Work as a Source of Radical Thought in Early Modern Europe. By Peter G. Bietenholz. 681-82.

 

Dostal, Robert J. The Time of Our Lives: A Critical History of Temporality. By David Couzens Hoy. 701-3.

 

Dougherty, Jude P. Phenomenological Realism versus Scientific Realism: Reinhardt Grossmann - David M. Armstrong Metaphysical Correspondence. By Javier Cumpa and Erwin Tegtmeier, eds. 685-86.

 

Dougherty, Jude P. Isaac Newton on Mathematical Certainty and Method. By Niccolo Guiccardini. 698-99.

 

Dougherty, Jude P. Thine Own Self: Individuality in Edith Stein’s Later Writings. By Sarah Bordon Sharkey. 721-22.

 

Ferrara, Alessandro. Rousseau’s Theodicy of Self Love. By Frederick Neuhauser. 713-15.

 

Goodman, Lenn E. Beauty. By Roger Scruton. 719-20.

 

Higgins, Paul. Interroger les Grecs: Études sur les Présocratiques, Platon et Aristote. By Hans-Georg Gadamer. 695-97.

 

Maher, Daniel P. One and Many in Aristotle’s Metaphysics: Books Alpha – Delta. By Edward C. Halper. 699-701.

 

Parens, Joshua S. Arguing the Just War in Islam. By John Kelsay. 705-7.

 

Piercey, Robert. Our Stories; Essays on Life, Death, and Free Will. By John Martin Fischer. 693-95.

 

Rickert, Kevin G. Augustine & Poinsot: The Protosemiotic Development. By John Deely. 686-88.

 

Rziha, John. Aquinas’s Ethics: Metaphysical Foundations, Moral Theory, and Theological Context. By Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung. 688-89.

 

Schellhammer, Erich P. Descartes: A Study of His Philosophy. By Anthony Kenny. 707-8.

 

Schupbach, Jonah N. Reflective Knowledge: Apt Belief and Reflective Knowledge, Volume II. By Ernest Sosa. 722-24.

 

Selk, Eugene E. Buddhism & Science: A Guide for the Perplexed. By Walter Lopez. 708-10.

 

Sweetman, Brendan. The Sense of Creation: Experience and the God Beyond. By Patrick Masterson. 710-13.

 

Tietjen, Mark A. Theology, Psychoanalysis, and Trauma. By Marcus Pound. 717-19.

 

Whitehead, Kenneth. Wretched Aristotle: Using the Past to Rescue the Future. By Jude P. Dougherty. 689-91.

 

Wrenn, Christopher. Spandrels of Truth. By J.C. Beall. 679-80. 
NUMBER 4

Arnold, Patrick B. The Evidence for God: Religious Knowledge Reexamined. By Paul K. Moser. 933-35.

 

Blitzer, Andy. Supersizing the Mind: Embodiment, Action, and Cognitive Extension. By Andy Clark. 913-15.

 

Bramwell, Bevil. The Age of Wonder–How the Romantic Generation Discovered the Beauty and Terror of Science. By Richard Holmes. 927-28.

 

Brugger, E. Christian. Vital Conflicts in Medical Ethics. By Martin Rhonheimer. 940-41.

 

Carlin, David R. Paraphrases on the Epistles, Philippians, Colossians, and Thessalonians. By Desiderius Erasmus. 918-19.

 

Carson, Nathan. Essays on the History of Ethics. By Michael Slote. 952-54.

 

Collins, John. Confessions of a Confirmed Extentionalist and other Essays. By W.V. Quine. 939-40.

 

Dobski, Bernard. War Crimes and Just War. By Larry May. 931-33.

 

Dougherty, Jude P. Sur les traces de saint Thomas d’Aquin théologien. By Leo J. Elders. 917.

 

Dougherty, Jude P. An Aristotelian Account of Induction: Creating Something from Nothing. By Louis Groarke. 923-24.

 

Elders, Leo J.   Leibniz on the Trinity and the Incarnation. By Marie Rosa Antognazza. 907.

 

Flynn, Molly Brigid. Making the Social World: The Structure of Human Civilization. By John R. Searle. 945-47.

 

Gable, Justin C. Metaphor and Continental Philosophy: From Kant to Derrida. By Clive Cazeaux. 911-13.

 

Ginev, Dimitri            . The Remains of Being-Hermeneutic Ontology After Metaphysics. By Santiago Zabala. 960-62.

 

Goldenbaum, Ursula. Leibniz: An Intellectual Biography. By Marie Rosa Antognazza. 905-6.

 

Green, Alexander. Philosophy, Theology, and Politics: A Reading of Benedict Spinoza’s Tractatus Theologico-Politicus. By Paul J. Bagley. 908-9.

 

Harries, Karsten. Heidegger-The Introduction of Nazism into Philosophy in Light of the Unpublished Seminars of 1933-1935. By Emmanuel Faye. 919-21.

 

Hawk, William J. Worldview and Mind: Religious Thought and Psychological Development. By Eugene Webb. 958-60.

 

Higgins, Paul. Franz Rosenzweig and the Systematic Task of Philosophy. By Benjamin Pollock. 935-37.

 

Jenks, Rod. Knowledge and Politics in Plato’s Theaetetus. By Paul Stern. 954-57.

 

Lawrence, Joseph P. Structure and Being: A Theoretical Framework for a Systematic Philosophy. By Lorenz Puntel. 937-38.

 

Lewis, V. Bradley. The Social and Political Thought of Benedict XVI. By Thomas R. Rourke. 942-44.

 

Loht, Shawn. Reason in Philosophy: Animating Ideas. By Robert B. Brandom. 909-11.

 

Lycan, Willam G. Language, Reality, and Mind: A Defense of Everyday Thought. By Charles Crittenden. 915-17.

 

Montes, Leonidas. Adam Smith and the Character of Virtue. By Ryan Patrick Hanley. 924-26.

 

Nuzzo, Angelica. Kant and the Limits of Autonomy. By Susan Meld Shell. 949-50.

 

Pointon, Daniel. Philosophy of Science. By Geoffrey Gorham. 921-23.

 

Pozzo, Riccardo. The Philosophy of Karl Popper. By Herbert Keuth. 928-29.

 

Quirk, Patrick. Who Knew?: Responsibility Without Awareness. By George Sher. 951-52.

 

Reist, John S., Jr. Yes, But Not Quite: Encountering Josiah Royce’s Ethico-Religious Insight. By Dwayne A. Turnstall. 957-58.

 

Simpson, Peter. Person and Psyche. By Kenneth L. Schmitz. 944-45.

 

Weigel, Peter. Nietzsche’s Noble Aims: Affirming Life, Constesting Modernity. By Paul E. Kirkland. 929-31.

 

Zwolinski, Matt. The Idea of Justice. By Amartya Sen. 947-49.

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