Monday, June 30, 2008

June 16-30, 2008

Journals in this post: Journal of Social Philosophy; Journal of Value Inquiry; Legal Theory - 2 issues; Linguistics and Philosophy; Mind; Mind & Language; Philosophical Quarterly; Philosophical Studies - 3 issues;
Philosophy of Science; Social Philosophy and Policy; Studies in History and Philosophy, Biological and Biomedical, Modern Physics, and Science; Synthese - 6 issues; Teaching Philosophy; and two issues of Utilitas.

Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. 39, #2, 2008
Gillian Brock. Taxation and Global Justice: Closing the gap between theory and practice.
Samantha Besson and Andre Utzinger. Toward a European citizenship.
Adeshina Afolayan. Is postmodernism meaningful in Yoruba?
Nancy E. Snow. Virtue and flourishing.
Nicholas Dixon. Performance-enhancing drugs, paternalism, meritocracy, and harm to sport.
Maureen Sander-Staudt. Reassembling political assemblies: care ethics and political agency.
J.C. Berendzen. Institutional design and public space: Hegel, architecture, and democracy.
J. Jeremy Wisnewski. Unwarranted torture warrants: A critique of the Dershowitz Proposal.
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Journal of Value Inquiry, Vol. 42, #2, 2008
Matt Zwolinski. The seperateness of persons and liberal theory.
Allyn John Fives. Human flourishing: the grounds of moral judgment.
Stephanie Patridge. Monstrous thoughts and the moral identity thesis.
Ronald A. Cordero. Human Sacrifice Today.
Paul Formosa. A Conception of Evil.
Keith Bustos. Defending a Kantian Conception of Duties to Self and Others.
Jari Ilmari Niemi. The Foundations of Jurgen Habermas's Discourse Ethics.
Nancy S. Jecker. The Role of Standpoint in Justice Theory.
Books Received
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Legal Theory, Vol. 14, #1, 2008
Alan Brudner. Subjective fault for crime: A reinterpretation.
Allen Buchanan. Human rights and the legitimacy of the international order.
Andrew Koppelman. Is pornography "speech?"
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Legal Theory, Vol. 14, #2, 2008
Richard Galvin. Legal moralism and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Alon Harel. Why only the state may inflict criminal sanctions: the case against privately inflicted sanctions.
Dimitrios Kyritsis. What is good about legal conventionalism?
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Linguistics and Philosophy, Vol. 30, #5, 2007
Tim Fernando. Observing events and situations in time.
Gerhard Jager. The evolution of convex categories.
Uwe Reyle, Antje Rossdeutscher and Hans Kamp. Ups and downs in the theory of temporal reference.
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Mind: A Quarterly Review of Philosophy, Vol. 117, #466, 2008
Roger Crisp. Goodness and reasons: accentuating the negative.
Kris McDaniel and Ben Bradley. Desires.
Agustin Rayo. Vague representation.
William W. Taschek. Truth, assertion, and the horizontal: Frege on 'The Essence of Logic.'
Dirk Greimann. Does Frege use a truth-predicate in his 'Justification' of the Laws of Logic? A comment on Weiner.
Joan Weiner. How Tarskian is Frege?
Book Reviews
Helen Beebee. Hume on Causation. Review by P.J.E. Kail.
Frederick Beiser. Schiller as Philosopher: a re-examaination. Review by David Pugh.
Jose Luis Bermudez. Thought, reference, and experience: themes from the philosophy of Gareth Evans. Review by Maximilian de Gaynesford.
Akeel Bilgrami. Self-knowledge and resentment. Review by Krista Lawlor.
Roger Crisp. Reasons and the Good. Review by Henry S. Richardson.
Daniel W. Graham. Explaining the cosmos: the Ionian tradition of scientific philosophy. Review by Jonathan Barnes.
James Harris. Of liberty and necessity: the free will debaye in eighteenth-century British philosophy. Review by Gideon Yaffe.
Michael Huemer. Ethical intutionism. Review by Noah Lemos.
John V. Kulvicki. On images: their structure and content. Review by Katerina Bantinaki.
Dominic McIver Lopes: Sight and Sensibility: Evaluating Pictures. Review by Alessandro Giovannelli.
Robert J. Matthews: The Measure of Mind: Propositional Attitudes and Their Attribution. Review by Guy Longworth.
Denis McManus: The Enchantment of Words: Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus. Review by McGinn Marie.
Hans Radder: The World Observed/The World Conceived. Review by Evan Fales.
W. Teed Rockwell: Neither Brain nor Ghost: A Nondualist Alternative to the Mind–Brain Identity Theory. Review by John Bickle.
Thomas Sattig: The Language and Reality of Time. Review by Michael Rea.
George Sher: In Praise of Blame. Review by Gary Watson.
A. D. Smith: The Problem of Perception. Review by Howard Robinson.
Karsten R. Stueber: Rediscovering Empathy: Agency, Folk Psychology, and the Human Sciences. Review by Heidi Lene Maibom.
Folke Tersman: Moral Disagreement. Review by Brad Majors.
Judith Thomson and Alex Byrne (eds): Content and Modality: Themes from the Philosophy of Robert Stalnaker. Review by Takashi Yagisawa.
Books Received

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Mind & Language, Vol. 23, #3, 2008
Peter Carruthers.Precis of the Architecture of the Mind: Massive Modulatiry and the Flexibility of thought.
Edouard Machery. Massive Modularity and the Flexibility of Human Cognition.
Robert A. Wilson. The Drink you Have When You're Not Having a Drink.
Fiona Cowie. Us, Them and It: Modules, Genes, Environments and Evolution.
Peter Carruthers. On Fodor-Fixation, Flexibility, and Human Uniqueness: A Reply to Cowie, Machery, and Wilson.
Uriah Kriegel. Real Narrow Content.
Paul Noordhof. Expressive Perception as Projective Imagining.
Book Review
Emma Borg. Miniimal Semantics. Review by Robyn Carston.
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The Philosophical Quarterly, Volume 58, #232, 2008
Articles and Discussions
Berit Brogaard. Moral contextualism and moral relativism.
Lars Binderup. Brogaard's moral contextualism.
John Greco. What's wrong with contextualism?
Duncan Pritchard. Greco on knowledge: Virtues, contexts, achievements.
Wlater Sinnott-Armstrong.Moderate classy pyrrhonian moral scepticism.
Gerry Hough. A dilemma for Sinnott-Armstrong's moderate pyrrhonian moral scepticism.
Peter Baumann. Problems for Sinnott-Armstrong's moral contrastivism.
Martin Blaauw. Contesting pyrrhonian contrastivism.
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong. Replies to Hough, Baumann and Blaauw.
Pekka Vayrynen. Some good and bad news for ethical intuitionism.
Randolph Clarke. Intrinsic finks.
Jonathan Ichikawa. Scepticism and the imagination model of dreaming.
E.J. Lowe. 'If 2 = 3, then 2 + 1 = 3 + 1': reply to Heylen and Horsten.
Book Reviews
Joshua Mitchell, Plato's Fable: on the Mortal Condition in Shadowy Times. Review by Kenneth Royce Moore.
Timothy Chappell, ed. Values and Virtues: Aristotelian in Contemporary Ethics. Review by Christopher Gill.
Trenton Merricks. Truth and Ontology. Review by Ross Cameron.
Charles Travis. Thought's Footing: a Theme in Wittgenstein's 'Philosophical Inverstigation.' Review by Adrian Haddock.
Michael Bergmann.Justification without Awareness. Review by Peter J. Markie.
Mark Rowlands. Externalism: Putting Mind and World Back Together Again. Review by Darragh Byrne.
R. Jay Wallace. Normativity and the Will: Selected Essays in Moral Psychology and Practical Reason. Review by Joshua Gert, Michael McKenna.
Hugh V. McLachlan. Genetic Morality. Review by Hugh V. McLachlan.
Christopher Miles Coope. Worth and Welfare in the Controversy over Abortion. Review by Joseph Shaw.
David Benatar. Better Never to Have Been: the Harm of Coming into Existence. Review by saul Smilansky.
Jeff Jordan. Pascal's Wager: Pragmatic Arguments and Belief in God. Review by Paul Bartha.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 139, #3, 2008
Michael Rubin. Sound intutions on moral twin earth.
Robert Schroer. The woman in the painting and the image in the penny: an investigation of phenomenological doubleness, seeing-in, and "reversed seeing-in."
Ira Kiourti. Killing baby Suzy.
Kelly Becker. Epistemic luck and the generality problem.
Jeffrey Dunn. The obscure act of perception.
Timothy Chan. Belief, assertion and Moore's Paradox.
Chisoula Andreou. The Newxin puzzle.
Chris John Daly. Fictionalism and the attitudes.
Dorit Ganson. Evidentialism and pragmatic constraints on outright belief.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 140, #1, 2008 (print has not yet to arrived, 6/26/2008)
Selected papers from the 2007 Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference
Ross P. Cameron. Truthmakers and ontological commitment: orhow to deal with complex objects and mathematical ontology without getting into trouble.
J.L. Dowell. Empirical metaphysics: the role of intuitions about possible cases in philosophy.
Andy Egan. Seeing and believing: perception, belief formation and the divided mind.
Peter A Graham. A defense of local miracle compatibilism.
Mark Heller. The donkey problem.
C.S. Jenkins and Daniel Nolan. Backwards explanation.
Carolina Sartorio. Moral inertia.
Asta Sveinsdottir. Essentiality conferred.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 140, #2, 2008 (print has not yet to arrived, 6/26/2008)
Troy Thomas Catterson. Reducing reductionism: on a putative proof for extreme Haecceitism.
Colin Klein. An ideal solution to disputes about multiply realized kinds.
Thomas Sattig. Identity in 4D.
A.D. Smith. Translucent experiences.
Ilhan Inan. Rigid general terms and essential predicates.
Luca Moretti. Brogaard and Salerno on Antirealism and the conditional fallacy.
S. Matthew Liao. A defense of intutions.
Asbjørn Steglich-Petersen. Against essential normativity of the mental.
Toby Handfield and Alexander Bird. Dispositions, rules, and finks.
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Philosophy of Science, Vol. 74, #5, 2007
Cristina Bicchieri and jason McKenzie Alexander. Preface.
Philosophy of Science
Kevin T. Kelly. A new solution to the puzzle of simplicity.
Kevin J.S. Zollman. The communication structure of epistemic communities.
Malcolm r. Forster. A philospher's guide to empirical success.
Philosophy of Biology
Predrag Sustar. Neo-functional analysis: phylogenetical restrictions on causal role functions.
Patrick Forber and Kenneth Reisman. Can there be stochastic evolutionary causes?
Jay Odenbaugh. Seeing the forest and the trees: realism about communities and ecosystems.
Yoichi Ishida. Patterns, models, and predictions: Robert MacArthur's approach to ecology.
Matthew J. Barker. The empirical inadequacy of species cohesion by gene flow.
Marshall Abrams. How do natural selection and random drift interact?
Angela Potochnik. Optimality modeling and explanatory generality.
Bayesian Epistemology
Alan Baker. Putting expectaions in order.
Greg Novack. Does evidential variety depend on how the evidence is described?
Philosophy of Physics
Vincent Lam. The singular nature of spacetime.
Phil Dowe. Constraints on data in worlds with closed timelike curves.
Ravi Gomatam. Niels Bohr's interpretation and the Copenhagen Interpretation - are the two incompatible?
Peter J. Lewis. How Bohm's Theory solves the measurement problem.
Alexei Grinbaum. Reconstructing instead of interpreting quantum theory.
Decision and Game Theory
Wolfgang Spohn. Dependency equilibria.
Paul Weirich. Initiating coordination.
Yasha Rowher. Hierarchy maintenance, coalition formation, and the origins of altruistic punishment.
Jesus Zamora Bonilla. Optimal judgment aggregation.
Evolutionary models and evolutionary psychology
Edouard Machery. Massive modularity and brain evolution.
Simon M Huttegger. Robustness in siignaling games.
Stefan Linquist. Prospects for a dual inheritance model of emotional evolution.
Adina L. Roskies. Are neuroimages like photographs of the brain?
Philosophy of Science: Models
Ryan Muldoon. Robust simulations.
James W. McAllister. Model selection and the multiplicity of patterns in empirical data.
Philosophy of Psychology
Chuck Stieg. Bird brains and aggro apes: questioning the use of animals in the affect program theory of emotion.
Philosophy of Chemistry
Holly Vandewall. Why water is not H20, and other critiques of essentialist ontology from the philosophy of chemistry.
Eric Scerri. Reduction and emergence in chemistry - two recent approaches.
Physics: New Solutions to Historical Problems
William Harper. Newton's methodology and mercury's perihelion before and after Einstein.
Alexandre Korolev. Indeterminism, asymptomatic reasoning, and time irreversibility in classical physics.
Philosophy of Mathematics and Physics
Christopher Pincock. Mathematical idealization.
Mario Castagnino, Roberto Laura, and Olimpia Lombardi. A general conceptual framework for decoherence in closed and open systems.
Philosophy of Science: Causation
Frederick Eberhardt and Richard Scheines. Interventions and causal inference.
Megan Delehanty. Perceiving causation via videomicroscopy.
Armond Duwell. Philosophy of Physics: Quantum information and computation.
Michael Dickson. Is measurement a black box? on the importance of understanding measurement even in quantum information and computation.
Philosophy of Probability and Statistics
Damien Fennell. Why functional form matters: revealing the structure in structural models in econometrics.
Aris Spanos. Curve fitting, the reliability of inductive inference, and the error-statistical approach.
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Social Philosophy and Policy, Vol. 25, #2, 2008
Philip Petit. Substantive moral theory.
Christopher W. Gowans. Virtue and nature.
Douglas B. Rasmussen. The importance of metaphysical realism for ethical knowledge.
Tibor R. Machan. Why moral judgments can be objective.
Tara Smith. The importance of the subject in objective morality: Distinguising objective from intrinsic value.
Darryl F. Wright. Evaluative concepts and objective values: Rand on moral objectivity.
Mark LeBar. Aristotelian constructivism.
Thomas E. Hill. Moral construction as a task: sources and limits.
David B. Wong. Constructing normative objectivity in ethics.
Terry Horgan and Mark Timmons. What does moral phenomenology tellus about moral objectivity?
Julia Driver. Imaginative resistance and psychological necessity.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 39, #2, 2008
Introduction. Lesley A. Hall. Eugenics, sex and the state: some introductory remarks.
Magdalena Gawin. The sex reform movement and eugenics in interwar Poland.
Ivan Crozier. Havelock Ellis, eugenicist.
Theo van der Meer. Eugenic and sexual folklores and the castration of sex offenders in the Netherlands (1938-1968).
Alexander Etkind. Beyond eugenics: the forgotten scandal hybridizing humans and apes.
Martin Richards. Artificial insemination and eugenics: celibate motherhood, eutelegenisis and germinal choice.
Diane B. Paul, Benjamin Day. John Stuart mill, innate differences, and the regulation of reproduction.
Richard Cleminson. Eugenics without the state: anarchism in Catalonia, 1900-1937.
Alison Sinclair. Social imagineries: the literature of eugenics.
Belen Jimenez-Alonso. Eugenics, sexual pedagogy and social change: constructing the responsible subject of governmentaility in the Spanish Second Republic
Natalia Gerodetti. Rational subjects, marriage counselling and the conundrums of eugenics.
Veronique Mottier. Eugenics, politics and the state: social democracy and the Swiss 'gardening state.'
Richard Overy. Eugenics, sex and the state: an afterword.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Vol. 39, #2, 2008
Sorin Bangu. Reifying mathematics? prediction and symmetry classification.
Fred Kronz. Non-monotonic probability theory for n-state quantum systems.
Veiko Palge and Thomas Konrad. A remark on Fuch's Bayesian interpretation of quantum mechanics.
Oliver Schulte. The co-discovery of conservation laws and particle families.
James Ladyman, Stuart Presnell, Anthony J. Short. The use of the information-theoretic entropy in thermodynamics.
Sheldon R. Smith. Symmetries and the explanation of conservation laws in the light of the inverse problem in Langrangian mechanics.
Alexandre Guay. A partial elucidation of the gauge principle.
Jon Perez Laraudgoitia. Energy conservation and supertasks.
Olimpia Lombardi, Mario Castagnino.A modal-Hamiltonian interpretation of quantum mechanics.
Slobodan Perovic. Why were Matrix Mechanics and Wave Mechanics considered equivalent?
Book Review
Matthias Dörries (Ed.), Michael Frayn's Copenhagen in Debate: Historical Essays and Documents on the 1941 Meeting Between Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg. Review by N.P. Landsman.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Vol. 39, #2, 2008
Margaret Schabas. Hume's monetary thought experiments.
Francis Lucian Reid. William Wales (ca. 1734-1798): playing the astronomer.
Consuelo Preti. On the origins of the contemporary notion of propositional content: anti-psychologism in nineteenth-centruy psychology and G.E. Moore's early theory of judgment.
Nikolay Milkov. Russell's debt to Lotze.
Oscar Moro Abadia. Beyone the Whig history interpretations of history: lesson on 'presentism' from Helene Metzger.
Carlo Cellucci. The nature of mathematical explanation.
Lewis Pyenson. Forward into the past.
The contingentism versus inevitabilism issue
Lena Soler. Are the results of our science contingent or inevitable?
Lena Soler. Revealing the analytical structure and some intrinsic major difficulties of the contingentist/inevitabilist issue.
Allan Franklin. Is failure an option? Contingency and refutation.
Emilian Trizio. How many sciences for one world? Contingency and the success of science.
Howard Sankey. Scientific realism and the inevitability of science.
Samuel Schindler. Use-novel predictions and Mendeleev's periodic table: response to.
Jacob Busch. Eclectic realism- a cake less filling.
Juha Saatsi. Eclectic realism- the proof of the pudding: a reply to Busch.
Darrell P. Rowbottom. N-rays and the semantic view of scientific progress.
Alexander Bird. Scientific progress as accumulation of knowledge: a reply to Rowbottom.
Essay Reviews
Paul Faulkner. Can we agree to disagree?
Jason M. Rampelt. Religion and narrative building in the history of science.
Paul Dicken. Conditions may apply.
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Synthese, Vol. 162, #1, 2008
Jessica Carter. Categories for the working mathematician: making the impossible possible.
Juan Comesaña. Could there be exactly two things?
Linton Wang. Epistemic comparative conditionals.
Benjamin Schnieder. On what we can ensure.
Amir Eshan Karbasizadeh. Revising the concept of lawhood: special sciences and natural kinds.
Jack Ritchie. Structural realism and Davidson.
Chris John Daly. The methodology of genuine modal realism.
Jonathan Tallant. What is it to “B” a relation?
Eugen Fischer. Wittgenstein’s ‘Non-Cognitivism’ – Explained and Vindicated.
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Synthese, Vol. 162, #2, 2008
Peter Mark Ainsworth. Cosmic inflation and the past hypothesis.
Anthony Brueckner. Reply to Coffman on closure and skepticism.
E.J. Coffman. Warrant without truth?
Olivier Darrigol. The modular structure of physical theories.
Mirja Helena Hartimo. From geometry to phenomenology.
Mark Schlatter and Ken Aizawa. Walter Pitts and "A Logical Calculus."
Peter baumann. Single-case probabilities and the case of Monty Hall: Levy's view.
Fred D'Agostino. Naturalizing the essential tension.
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Synthese, Vol. 162, #3, 2008
Special Issue: Personal Identity, ed. by Troy Catterson
Troy Catterson. Introduction.
Sydney Shoemaker. Persons, animals and identity.
Raymond Martin. What really matters.
Daniel Kolak. Room for a view: on the metaphysical subject of personal identity.
Garrett Thomson. Counting subjects.
Troy Catterson. Changing the subject: on the subject of subjectivity.
Marya Schechtman. Diversity in unity: practical unity and personal boundaries.
Jure Zovko. Metaphysics as interpretation of conscious life: some remarks on D. Heinrich's and D. Kolak's thinking.
Jay Lombard. Synchrnoic consciousness from a neurological point of view: the philosophical foundations for neuroethics.
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Synthese, Vol. 163, #1, 2008
Fabrizio Cariani, Marc Pauly and Josh Snyder. Decision framing in judgment aggregation.
Gregor Betz. Evaluating dialectical structures with Bayesian methods.
Emiliano Lorini and Andreas Herzig. A logic of intention and attempt.
Boudewijn de Bruin. Common knowledge of payoff uncertainity in games.
Robert K. Shope. Abnormality, cognitive virtues, and knowledge.
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Synthese, Vol. 163, #2, 2008
Jessica Carter. Structuralism as a philosophy of mathematical practice.
Par Sundstrom. Is the mystery an illusion? papineau on the problem of consciousness.
Komarine Romdenh-Romluc. First-person thought and the use of 'I.'
Sungho CHoi. The incompleteness of dispositional predicates.
Scott F. Aikin. Meta-epistemology and the varieties of epistemic infinitism.
Barry Hartley Slater. Harmonising natural deduction.
Gabor Hofer-Szabo. Separate- versus common - common-cause-type derivations fo the Bell inequalities.
Ingvar Johansson. Formalizing common sense: an operator-based approach to the Tibbles-Tib problem.
Marc Pauley. On the role of language in social choice theory.
T. Allan Hillman. The early Russell on the metaphysics of substance in Leibniz and Bradley.
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Synthese, Vol. 163, #3, 2008
Kent W. Staley. Introduction.
Deborah Mayo, Jean Miller. The error statistical philosopher as a normative naturalist.
Gregory Wheeler, Luis Moniz Pereira. Methodological naturalism and epistemic internalism.
Rodolfo Cristofaro. A New formuation of the Principle of Indifference.
Jon Williamson. Objective Bayesianism with predicate languages.
Mark L. Taper, David F. Staples, Bradley B. Shepard. Model structure adequacy analysis: selecting models on the basis of their ability to answer scientific questions.
Wendy S. Parker. Computer simulation through an error-statistical lens.
Thomas Bartz-Beielstein. How experimental algorithmics can benefit from Mayo's extensions to Neyman-Pearson theory of testing.
Kent Staley. Error-statistical elimination of alternative hypotheses.
Jiji Zhang. Error probabilities for inference of causal directions.
Andrew Ward, Pamela Jo Johnson. Addressing confounding errors when using non-experimental, observational data to make causal claims.
Frederick Eberhardt. A sufficient condition for pooling data.
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Teaching Philosophy, Volume 31, #2, 2008
Priscilla Sakezles. What Sort of Skeptic is Socrates?
Carrie-Ann Biondi. Socratic teaching: Beyond the Paper Chase.
Sally J. Scholz and Eric Riviello. March Madness: a case in Applied Ethics.
J. Harvey. Bridging the Gap: The intellectual and perceptual skills for better academic writing.
Sarah K. Donovan. Teaching philosophy outside of the classroom: one alternative to service learning.
Logic Notes
Todd M. Furman. Making Sense of the Truth Table for conditional statements.
Ellen Feder. Family Bonds: Genealogies of race and gender. Review by Gaile Pohlhaus.
Gertrude Ezorsky. Freedom in the Workplace? Review by Forrest Perry.
Brendan Sweetman. Why politics needs religion: the place of religious arguments in the public square. Review by Edmund f. Byrne.
New Publications
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Utilitas, Vol. 20, #1, 2008
Cara Camcastle. Beccaria's luxury of comfort and happiness of the greatest number.
Daniel M. Haybron. Happiness, the self and human flourishing.
Alison Hills. Value, reason and hedonism.
Dean Mcaleer. Pettit's non-iteration constraint.
Alastair Norcross. Off her trolley? Frances Kamm and the metaphysics of morality.
Henry S. Richarson. Discerning subordination and inviolability: a comment on Kamm's intricate ethics.
Michael Otsuka. Double effect, triple effect and the trolley problem: squaring the circle in looping cases.
F.M. Kamm. Responses to commentators on intricate ethics.
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Utlitas, Vol. 20, #2, 2008
Jennifer S. Hawkins. Well-Being, autonomy, and the horizon problem.
Reginald Williams. Abortion, potential, and value.
Torbjorn Tannsjo. Egalitarianism and the putative paradoxes of population ethics.
David Alm. Consequentialsim and the autonomy of the deontic.
John Skorpuski. Reviews Peter Railton's Facts, Values and Norms: Essays toward a Morality of Consequence.
Peter Railton. Reply to John Skorupski.
Book Reviews
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Robert Audi (eds.). Rationality, Rules, and Ideals: Critical Essays on Bernard Gert's Moral Theory. Review by Mark Timmons.
Joshua Gert. Brute Rationality: Normativity and Human Action. Review by A.M. Viens.
Onora O'Neill. Autonomy and Trust in Bioethics. Review by Yvette E. Pearson.
C. L. Sheng, A Defense of Utilitarianism. Review by J. Joseph Miller.
Wilfrid E. Rumble, Doing Austin Justice: The Reception of John Austin's Philosophy of Law in Nineteenth-Century England. Review by Matthew H. Kramer.
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