* Philosophers' Carnival #170 at "Philosophy, et cetera".
* Whewell's Gazette, Vol. 26. There are several links for George Boole, who died December 8, 1864.
Among the other topics, I found James C. Rautio's The Long Road to Maxwell's Equations particularly interesting.
* Philip Stratton-Lake on Ethical Intuitionism at the SEP. Sadly, it manages to mention neither Butler nor Whewell despite the fact that Butler is a major factor in the importance of ethical intuitionism in the eighteenth and nineteenth century, and despite the fact that Whewell is one of the most important intuitionists of the nineteenth century; but, admittedly, it is a big subject.
* MrD on why the trolls were after Marie Curie in 1911.
* Jennifer Fitz notes some very obvious problems with a recent article by Candida Moss and Joel Baden, in which they manage to get a theological term wrong and mischaracterize the Catholic position on infertility despite having a forthcoming book on "Biblical Perspectives on Procreation and Childlessness": first post, second post. Michael Bradley at "Ethika Politika" also discusses some tendentious aspects of the piece.
* A letter between Camus and Sartre has been recently rediscovered.
* David S. Oderberg, Hume, the Occult, and the Substance of the School (PDF).
* Lorraine Daston, Wonder and the Ends of Inquiry
* A fascinating discussion of Thomson's violinist argument by Gina Schouten.
* The O Antiphons in Middle English