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Building bridges within and across Husserlian phenomenology. Joona Taipale (Dan Zahavi. Husserl’s Legacy. Phenomenology, Metaphysics & Transcendental Philosophy, Oxford University Press, 2017, 236 pages.)

Building the Physical World out of Powerful Properties. Lauren Ashwell (Alexander Bird, Nature's Metaphysics: Laws and Properties, Oxford University Press: Oxford 2007, 256 pages)

On Cappelen and Hawthrone's "Relativism and Monadic Truth". J. Adam Carter. (Herman Cappelenand John Hawthorne, Relativism and Monadic Truth, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2009)

Daniel Cohnitz und Marcus Rossberg: Nelson Goodman, London: Acumen 2006, Georg Peter

Cross-cultural Universals or Cultural
Giuseppe Cambiano
(G.E.R. Lloyd, Cognitive Variations. Reflections on the Unity and Diversity of the Human Mind, Oxford: Clarendon Press 2007, pp. 202)

Epistemic and Pragmatic Principles for an Uncertain World. Dorit Ganson. (Fantl, Jeremy and McGrath, Matthew. Knowledge in an Uncertain World. Oxford GB: Oxford University Press 2009. 251 pages)

Subjective Consciousness Reduced? Berit Brogaard (Uriah Kriegel. Subjective Consciounsess: A Self-Representational
Theory, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2009, 352 pages)

What if Sensitive Expressions meet Semantic Minimalism? Ying Zhang
(Context-Sensitivity and Semantic Minimalism: New Essays on Semantics
and Pragmatics, edited by Gerhard Preyer and Georg Peter. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2007. ix+363 pages)

You Ought to Ground Morality in Reason, John N. Martin, (Timothy J. Madigan. W. K. Clifford and "The Ethics of Belief ". London: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2009. 202 pages)

Does "'Quotation'" Quote "Quotation"?,
Paul Saka
, (Herman Cappelen and Ernie Lepore. Language Turned on Itself. Oxford: Oxford UP 2007. 169 pages)








Reviews Philosophy

In this constantly growing section section we publish reviews on new remarkable publications and those who didn't get the attention they deserve. In difference to other journals these reviews do not concentrate only on the content but consider their subject in a broader or even more specialized view which gives them also an essayistic character.

Heady Stuff: Joseph Mendola's Anti-
, Dion Scott-Kakures
(Joseph Mendola. Anti-Externalism Oxford GB: Oxford University Press 2008. 351 pages)

Remarks on Koslicki's Theory of Mereological Hylomorphism, Andrew L. McFarland (Kathrin Koslicki. The Structure of Objects. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2008. 288 pages)

A Detour through some Traditional
, Shaun Gallagher
(Robert Hanna and Michelle Maiese. Embodied Minds in Action. Oxford GB: Oxford University Press 2009. 432 pages)

Conscious Intentions and Mental Causes, Adrian Haddock (Alfred R. Mele. Effective Intentions: The Power of Conscious Will. New York: Oxford University Press 2009. 178 pages)

A Review of Neil Feit's "Belief about the Self", Stephan Torre (Neil Feit. Belief about the Self. Oxford GB: Oxford University Press 2008. 216 pages)

Where "When Truth Gives Out" Gives Out, Derek Ball (Mark Richard. When Truth Gives Out. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2008. 180 pages)

Review of E. Sosa's "Apt Belief and
Reflective Knowledge," Volumes I and II
, J. Adam Carter
(Part I. A Virtue Epistemology: Apt Belief and Reflective
Knowledge, Volume I)

Yablo on Mind and Modality, Dilip Ninan(Stephen Yablo. Thoughts: Philosophical Papers, Volume I. Oxford GB: Oxford University Press 2008. 336 pages)