A new issue of the European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy is out. Robert J. Stainton (UWO): Philosophy of Linguistics. Uriah Kriegel (JNI): The Epistemological Challenge of Revisionary Metaphysics. Though it is common to lament the shortcomings of reading an important work in any language other than the original and of the “impossibility” of translation, works of philosophy (or literature for that matter — are they different?) in fact gain far more than they lose in translation. Alex Rosenberg is the mad dog proponent of nice nihilism who broods on the implications of naturalism. If Buddhism is a philosophy, it is often bad philosophy. Emily Drabble on how to teach philosophy. Philosophy of the Acrobat: Keith Ansell-Pearson reviews The Art of Philosophy: Wisdom as a Practice and You Must Change your Life by Peter Sloterdijk. Gerald Dworkin on philosophy and humor. Thomas Cathcart on philosophy in change and change in philosophy. Jason Costanzo reviews Philosophical Devices: Proofs, Probabilities, Possibilities, and Sets by David Papineau. Philosophy as a humanist discipline: On June 22, 2013, at Wadham College, Oxford, The New York Review held a free conference to celebrate its fiftieth anniversary and to honor the lives, work, and legacy of Isaiah Berlin, Stuart Hampshire and Bernard Williams. Does philosophy have a sexual harassment problem? Massimo Pigliucci wants to know.