Thursday, September 01, 2022


 * Cathy Mason & Matt Dougherty, Murdoch's Ontological Argument (PDF)

* Sam Buntz, Medicalising Art

* Richard Marshall interviews Matthew D. Walker, Contemplating Aristotle on Contemplation

* Jason M. Baxter, The Waste Land at 100, at "First Things"

* Ruxandra Tesloianu, Somatic Evolution: We contain multitudes

* Hannah Kim, Park Jiwon on Why Crows Aren't Black, at "Aesthetics for Birds"

* Apoorva Tadepalli, The Wondrous and Mundane Diaries of Edna St. Vincent Millay

* David Polansky, Bromides of the expert class

* Charlie Camosy interviews Elaine Riddick, a survivor of forced sterilization, at "The Pillar"

* Taylor Patrick O'Neill, Was Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange a Personalist?

* Jake Monaghan, Idealizations and Ideal Policing

* Richard Helmholz, Magna Carta and ius commune (PDF)

* Kate Finley, Abortion, Adoption, and Integrity (PDF)


* As Nick notes in the comments, a Cambridge Element just went up today on Lady Mary Shepherd, by Antonia LoLordo. It is free until September 15. Just from a brief look through, it seems to be a very solid introduction to Shepherd's ideas.