Saturday, August 3, 2013
Links not to miss
I’ve been out of town for most of a week. Regular blogging will resume shortly. Until then, some reading material from around the web.
At the Telegraph, historian Tim Stanley has some advice for conservatives tempted to despair.
David Oderberg’s new article “Natural Law and Rights Theory” is available online. (Follow the link from the Articles page at David’s website.)
Sally Satel and Scott Lilienfeld’s Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal of Mindless Neuroscience is discussed over at National Review. But Slate wonders whether the age of neuro-hype is already over.
At The Catholic Thing, Brad Miner is critical of what some Catholic bishops have had to say about immigration.
Hugh McCann’s recent book Creation and the Sovereignty of God is reviewed at Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. In Mind, Tuomas Tahko reviews John Heil’s recent book The Universe As We Find It.
The Chronicle of Higher Education profiles William Lane Craig. Craig will be debating Lawrence Krauss in Australia this month.
Gyula Klima has substantially revised his Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy article on “The Medieval Problem of Universals.”
Anthony Kenny on the work of C. S. Lewis, in the Times Literary Supplement.