* Zac Alstin reviews Ian Ker's biography of Chesterton.
* Lisa Herzog has an article on Markets at the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
* Tristan Haze on the truth-functional account of indicative conditionals
* David Bressan on Newton's Alchemy and Early Geochemistry
* An inventor in Malawi; quite awesome -- this is the spirit that makes one proud to be human.
* Pakistanis still remember Shahbaz Bhatti.
* Skholiast on quality, relation, sign.
* Juan Gomez on the relation between Joseph Butler's Analogy and experimental philosophy.
* A Sinner had two interesting posts a while back on papal succession:
Notes on the Count of Popes
* A good theological discussion on the knowledge of Christ
* I meant to comment on T. J. Logan's discussion of Johann Georg Hamann, but never had the time to get around to it. Hamann, the Magus of the North, as he is sometimes called, is an interesting philosopher who deserves to be more broadly discussed. He's also the only fideist I've ever come across who is really worth taking seriously.
* Ayn Rand's marginalia on C. S. Lewis's Abolition of Man. What strikes me most about it is that she actually read the whole book through.