A new issue of Philosophy in Review is out. Narve Strand (NTNU): From Sufficient Reason to Ordinary Language Use: The Path of Philosophy after Kant. Stephen Wigmore (Warwick): Enriching Contemporary Intuitionism from the Continental Tradition. Alex Worsnip (Yale): Disagreement about Disagreement? What Disagreement about Disagreement? From Liber Amicorum Pascal Engel (ed. Julien Dutant, Davide Fassio and Anne Meylan), Erik J. Olson (Lund): Engel vs. Rorty on Truth; Nenad Miscevic (CEU): Philosophy as Literature: The Non-argumentative Tradition in Continental Philosophy; Carola Barbero (Turin): Can We Solve the Paradox of Fiction by Laughing at It?; Maurizio Ferraris (Turin): “Happiness Is Overrated: It’s Better to Be Right”: On Truth as Emergence; and Timothy O’Hagan (East Anglia): Philosophy in a Dark Time: Martin Heidegger and the Third Reich. The introduction to The Historical Turn in Analytic Philosophy, ed. Erich H. Reck. The introduction to The Oxford Handbook of The History of Analytic Philosophy, ed. Michael Beaney. Chauncey Maher reviews Richard Rorty: From Pragmatist Philosophy to Cultural Politics. From 3:AM, interviews with Stephen Darwall, Peter Ludlow, Susanna Schellenberg, Susanna Siegel, and Timothy Williamson. Roger Scruton reviews Bernard Williams: Essays and Reviews 1959-2002. The study of whiteness as a critique of philosophical thought: Christoph Novak on the white bias in Sartre’s early philosophy. Cafe Philosophique: Beatrice Popescu interviews with Lou Marinoff on being a “philosophical practitioner”. George Dvorsky on 9 philosophical thought experiments that will keep you up at night.