Introduction to Philosophy: Epistemology (2021, Rebus, CC BY) (Ed. Brian Barnett): chapters include epistemic justification; sources of knowledge; skepticism; epistemic value, duty, and virtue; epistemology, probability, and science; social epistemology; feminist epistemologies
Introduction to Philosophy: Aesthetics (2021, Rebus, CC BY) (Ed. Valery Vinogradovs): chapters include ancient aesthetics; beauty in art and nature; the nature of art; art and emotions; art and morality; aesthetics and politics
Introduction to Philosophy: Ethics (2019, Rebus, CC BY) (Ed. George Matthews): chapters include ethical relativism; divine command theory and natural law; ethical egoism and social contract theory; virtue ethics; utilitarianism; Kantian Deontology; feminist ethics; evolutionary ethics.
Introduction to Philosophy: Logic (2020, Rebus, CC BY) (Ed. Benjamin Martin): chapters include what is logic?; evaluating arguments; formal logic; informal fallacies; necessary and sufficient conditions.
Philosophy of Science (Ed. Eran Asoulin): chapters include empiricism; Popper’s conjectures and refutations; Kuhn’s normal and revolutionary science; the sociology of scientific knowledge; feminism and the philosophy of science; the problem of induction; explanation
Social and Political Philosophy (Eds. Sam Rocha and Douglas Giles): chapters include the ideal society; the state of nature and the modern state; human rights, liberty, and social justice; radical social theories