Tim Thornton has written a review of the two new McDowell collections for The Philosophers’ Magazine. There is a copy on his blog, which you can read here. He ends with a tribute to McDowell, which might seem a little gushing to some, but with which I am in full agreement:
I know of no contemporary philosopher whose work repays as handsomely careful and repeated study, no philosopher more likely to shed original and yet fundamentally revealing light on a difficult subject, no philosopher whose ‘philosophical ear’ or ‘philosophical sense’ is more worthy of respect.
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Below are some recent reviews, from the NDPR, which readers might also be interested in:
Daniel D. Hutto, Review of John Preston (Ed.), Wittgenstein and Reason.
Richard Kraut, Review of Charles Larmore, The Autonomy of Morality.
Michael LeBuffe, Review of Michael Della Rocca, Spinoza.
Christopher Gauker, Review of Jeremy Wanderer, Robert Brandom.
Ronald E. Hustwit, Review of Roger Teichmann, The Philosophy of Elizabeth Anscombe.