Friday, March 13, 2009

March 1-15, Part II

Erkenntnis, Vol. 70, #2, 2009
Ethics, Vol. 119,#2, 2009
Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. 40, #1, 2009
Mind & Language, Vol. 24, #1, 2009
Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 32, #2 2009
Philosophy of Science, Vol. 75, #4, 2008
Philosophy of Science, Vol. 75, #5, 2008
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 143, #1, 2009
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Part A, Volume 40, #1, 2009Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Part B, Volume 40, #1, 2009
Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Part C, Vol. 40, #1, 2009

Erkenntnis, Vol. 70, #2, 2009
Franz Huber, Eric Swanson and Jonathan Weisberg.
Timothy Williamson. Conditionals and Actuality.
J. R. G. Williams. Vagueness, Conditionals and Probability.
Charles B. Cross. Conditional Excluded Middle .
Robert Stalnaker. Iterated Belief Revision.
Alan Hájek. Fifteen Arguments Against Hypothetical Frequentism.
Mark Sargent. Answering the Bayesian Challenge.
J. V. Howard. Significance Testing with No Alternative Hypothesis: A Measure of Surprise.
Mark Alfano. Sensitivity Theory and the Individuation of Belief-Formation Methods.
Timothy Bays. More on Putnam’s Models: A Reply to Bellotti.

Ethics, Vol. 119,#2, 2009
The Press is pleased to announce the appointment to a five year term of Henry S. Richardson as the new Editor of Ethics, where he has been an Associate Editor, effective July 1, 2008.
Editorial. Henry S. Richardson.
Tamar Schapiro. The Nature of Inclination.
Mark Schroeder. Hybrid Expressivism: Virtues and Vices.
Steve Daskal. Plan-Based Expressivism and Innocent Mistakes.
David Sobel. Subjectivism and Idealization.
Book Reviews
Kenneth Goodpaster, Conscience and Corporate Culture. Reviewed by Patricia H. Werhane.
Louis M. Guenin, The Morality of Embryo Use. Reviewed Christopher Tollefsen.
Virginia Held, How Terrorism Is Wrong: Morality and Political Violence. Reviewed Stephen Nathanson.
Steven J. Heyman, Free Speech and Human Dignity. Reviewed Charles W. Collier.
Gregory Fernando Pappas, John Dewey’s Ethics: Democracy as Experience. Reviewed J.E. Tiles.
Robert C. Roberts and W. Jay Wood, Intellectual Virtues: An Essay in Regulative Epistemology. Reviewed Guy Axtell.
David Schmidtz, Person, Polis, Planet: Essays in Applied Philosophy. Reviewed David Boonin.
Mark Schroeder, Slaves of the Passions. Reviewed Bradford Cokelet.
Tamsin Shaw, Nietzsche’s Political Skepticism. Reviewed William R. Schroeder.
Tara Smith, Ayn Rand’s Normative Ethics: The Virtuous Egoist. Reviewed Lester Hunt.
Ralph Wedgwood, The Nature of Normativity. Reviewed Terence Cuneo.
Nicholas Wolterstorff, Justice: Rights and Wrongs. Reviewed Mark C. Murphy.
Notes on Contributors// Announcement

Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. 40, #1, 2009
Robert Noggle. Give Till It Hurts? Beneficence, Imperfect Duties, and a Moderate Response to the Aid Question.
Christie Hartley. Justice for the Disabled: A Contractualist Approach.
Blain Neufeld. Coercion, the Basic Structure, and the Family.
Sophie Rietti. Emotion-Work and the Philosophy of Emotion.
E.M. Dadlez, William L. Andrews, Courtney Lewis, marissa stroud. Rape, Evolution, and Pseudoscience: Natural Selection in the Academy.
William S. Wilkerson. Is It a Choice? Sexual Orientation as Interpretation.
Eric Chwang. A Defense of Subsequent Consent.

Mind & Language, Volume 24, #1, 2009
Adam Feltz, Edward T. Cokely, Thomas Nadelhoffer. Natural Compatibilism versus Natural Incompatibilism: Back to the Drawing Board.
Jennifer Cole Wright and John Bengson. Asymmetries in Judgments of Responsibility and Intentional Action.
Bart Geurts. Scalar Implicature and Local Pragmatics.
Gabriel M. A. Segal. The Causal Inefficacy of Content.
Jonathan Ichikawa. Dreaming and Imagination.
M. Kissine. Illocutionary Forces and What Is Said.

Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 32, #2 2009
John Polkinghorne. Mind and Matter: A Physicist's View.
Stephen Burwood. Are We Our Brains?
Andrea Christofidou. Self and Self-Consciousness: Aristotelian Ontology and Cartesian Duality.
Gyula Klima. Aquinas on the Materiality of the Human Soul and the Immateriality of the Human Intellect.
Daniel D. Hutto. Folk Psychological Narratives: The Sociocultural Basis of Understanding Reasons. Reviewed by Tadeusz Zawidzki.
Karsten R. Stueber. Rediscovering Empathy: Agency, Folk Psychology, and the Human Sciences. Reviewed by Neil C. Manson.
Catherine Osborne. Dumb Beasts and Dead Philosophers: Humanity and the Humane in Ancient Philosophy and Literature. Reviewed by Alice Crary.
Phil Hutchinson. Shame and Philosophy. Reviewed by Ylva Gustafsson.
Books Received

Philosophy of Science, Vol. 75, #4, 2008
Franz Huber. Milne’s Argument for the Log-Ratio Measure.
James Justus. Ecological and Lyapunov Stability.
Chris Haufe. Perverse Engineering.
Edward MacKinnon. The Standard Model as a Philosophical Challenge.
Jeffrey Bub. Quantum Computation and Pseudotelepathic Games.
Book Reviews

Eric Margolis, Stephen Laurence (eds.). Creations of the Mind: Theories of Artifacts and Their Representation. Reviewed by Pieter E. Vermaas.
Nicholas Maxwell. Is Science Neurotic? Reviewed by Joseph Agassi.
Richard Healey. Gauging What’s Real: The Conceptual Foundations of Contemporary Gauge Theories. Reviewed by Jonathan Bain.

Philosophy of Science, Vol. 75, #5, 2008
Proceedings of the 2006 Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association
Part II: Symposia Papers Edited Cristina Bicchieri and Jason Alexander
Preface. Cristina Bicchieri and Jason McKenzie Alexander.
Presidential Address
Brian Skyrms. Signals.
Multiple Realizability, Explanation, and Special Sciences
Jacqueline Anne Sullivan. Memory Consolidation, Multiple Realizations, and Modest Reductions.
Lawrence A. Shapiro. How to Test for Multiple Realization.
Robert C. Richardson. Autonomy and Multiple Realization.
Thomas W. Polger. Two Confusions Concerning Multiple Realization.
The Role of Causal Explanations in Understanding Natural Selection
Michael R. Dietrich and Roberta L. Millstein. The Role of Causal Processes in the Neutral and Nearly Neutral Theories.
Frédéric Bouchard. Causal Processes, Fitness, and the Differential Persistence of Lineages.
Bruce Glymour. Stable Models and Causal Explanation in Evolutionary Biology.
Paul Humphreys. Computational Emergence and Its Applications 584Computational and Conceptual Emergence.
Philippe Huneman. Emergence Made Ontological? Computational versus Combinatorial Approaches.
John Symons. Computational Modeling Strategy for Levels.
Philosophical Issues in Experimental Economics
Robert Sugden. The Changing Relationship between Theory and Experiment in Economics.
Deborah Mayo. Some Methodological Issues in Experimental Economics.
James Woodward. Social Preferences in Experimental Economics.
Francesco Guala. Paradigmatic Experiments: The Ultimatum Game from Testing to Measurement Device.
New Approaches to Equilibrium in Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
Roman Frigg. Chance in Boltzmannian Statistical Mechanics.
David A. Lavis. Boltzmann, Gibbs, and the Concept of Equilibrium.
Exporting Causal Knowledge in Biology
Sandra D. Mitchell. Exporting Causal Knowledge in Evolutionary and Developmental Biology.
C. Kenneth Waters. How Practical Know-How Contextualizes Theoretical Knowledge: Exporting Causal Knowledge from Laboratory to Nature.
Structural Realism and the Special Sciences
Harold Kincaid. Structural Realism and the Social Sciences.
Don Ross. Ontic Structural Realism and Economics.
James Ladyman. Structural Realism and the Relationship between the Special Sciences and Physics.
Toward a More Political Philosophy of Science
James Robert Brown. Politics, Method, and Medical Research.
Janet A. Kourany. Philosophy of Science: A Subject with a Great Future.
Noretta Koertge. Expanding Philosophy of Science into the Moral Domain: Response to Brown and Kourany.
The Vagaries of Determinism and Indeterminism
John D. Norton. The Dome: An Unexpectedly Simple Failure of Determinism.
David B. Malament. Norton’s Slippery Slope.
John Earman. How Determinism Can Fail in Classical Physics and How Quantum Physics Can (Sometimes) Provide a Cure.
Author Meets Critics: Cristina Bicchieri's The Grammar of Society
Peter Danielson, Alex Mesoudi, and Roger Stanev. NERD and Norms: Framework and Experiments.
Russell Hardin. Norms and Games.
Daniel M. Hausman. Fairness and Social Norms.
Evolutionary Innovation and Novelties
Jonathan Kaplan. Evolutionary Innovations and Developmental Resources: From Stability to Variation and Back Again.
Alan C. Love. Explaining Evolutionary Innovations and Novelties: Criteria of Explanatory Adequacy and Epistemological Prerequisites.
Massimo Pigliucci. What, if Anything, Is an Evolutionary Novelty?
Mary Jane West-Eberhard. Toward a Modern Revival of Darwin’s Theory of Evolutionary Novelty.
Chemical Bonds
Robin Findlay Hendry. Two Conceptions of the Chemical Bond.
Paul Needham. Resisting Chemical Atomism: Duhem’s Argument.
Michael Weisberg. Challenges to the Structural Conception of Chemical Bonding.
Jerome A. Berson. Molecules with Very Weak Bonds: The Edge of Covalency.
Mechanisms: Beyond Biology to Psychology and Chemistry
Lindley Darden. Thinking Again about Biological Mechanisms.
Jeffry L. Ramsey. Mechanisms and Their Explanatory Challenges in Organic Chemistry.
William Bechtel. Mechanisms in Cognitive Psychology: What Are the Operations?
Where Neuroscience Meets Physics: Laws, Explanation, and the Hodgkin-Huxley Model of the Action Potential
Marcel Weber. Causes without Mechanisms: Experimental Regularities, Physical Laws, and Neuroscientific Explanation
Kenneth F. Schaffner. Theories, Models, and Equations in Biology: The Heuristic Search for Emergent Simplifications in Neurobiology.
Carl F. Craver. Physical Law and Mechanistic Explanation in the Hodgkin and Huxley Model of the Action Potential
Jim Bogen. The Hodgkin-Huxley Equations and the Concrete Model: Comments on Craver, Schaffner, and Weber.

Philosophical Studies, Vol. 143, # 1, 2009
Special Topic: Models, Methods, and Evidence: Topics in the Philosophy of Science / Proceedings of the 38th Oberlin Colloquium in Philosophy
Martin Thomson-Jones. Preface.
Flyer image: Models, Methods, and Evidence: Topics in the Philosophy of Science.
Bas C. van Fraassen. The perils of Perrin, in the hands of philosophers.
Helen Longino. Perilous thoughts: comment on van Fraassen.
Margaret Morrison. Models, measurement and computer simulation: the changing face of experimentation.
Ronald N. Giere. Is computer simulation changing the face of experimentation?
Elliott Sober. Absence of evidence and evidence of absence: evidential transitivity in connection with fossils, fishing, fine-tuning, and firing squads.
Michael Strevens. Objective evidence and absence: comment on Sober.
Peter Godfrey-Smith. Models and fictions in science.
Nancy Cartwright. Evidence-based policy: what’s to be done about relevance?
For the 2008 Oberlin Philosophy Colloquium
Sherrilyn Roush. Randomized controlled trials and the flow of information: comment on Cartwright.

Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Part A, Volume 40, #1, 2009
Editorial Note
Journals under threat: a joint response from history of science, technology and medicine editors.
Thomas Uebel. Neurath’s protocol statements revisited: sketch of a theory of scientific testimony.
Sarah S. Richardson. The Left Vienna Circle, Part 1. Carnap, Neurath, and the Left Vienna Circle thesis.
Paolo Bussotti, Christian Tapp. The influence of Spinoza’s concept of infinity on Cantor’s set theory.
Igor Douven, Stefaan E. Cuypers. Fricker on testimonial justification.
Christopher Pincock. From sunspots to the Southern Oscillation: confirming models of large-scale phenomena in meteorology.
Jonathan Livengood. Why was M. S. Tswett’s chromatographic adsorption analysis rejected?
Georgiana Kirkham. Is biotechnology the new alchemy?
Samuel W. Thomsen. Some evidence concerning the genesis of Shannon’s information theory.
Torsten Wilholt. Bias and values in scientific research.
Pablo Schyfter. The bootstrapped artefact: a collectivist account of technological ontology, functions, and normativity.
Yves Gingras. Response to Collins about ‘one point’ that is absent from my review of his book.
Harry Collins. Gingras and the rules regress.
Essay review
Adelene Buckland. Show and tell: the dramatic story of nineteenth-century geological science.

Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Part B, Volume 40, #1, 2009
S.E. Rugh, H. Zinkernagel. On the physical basis of cosmic time.
Alexander Afriat. How Weyl stumbled across electricity while pursuing mathematical justice.
Michel Janssen. Drawing the line between kinematics and dynamics in special relativity.
John Byron Manchak. Can we know the global structure of spacetime?
Ben Almassi. Trust in expert testimony: Eddington's 1919 eclipse expedition and the British response to general relativity.
John Vincent Corbett, Thomas Durt. Collimation processes in quantum mechanics interpreted in quantum real numbers.
Essay Review
Bas C. van Fraassen. Objectivity, invariance, and convention: Symmetry in physical science.
Book Reviews
D. Rickles, S. French, J. Saatsi (Eds.). The Structural Foundations of Quantum Gravity. Reviewed by Steven Weinstein.
Arkady Plotnitsky. Reading Bohr: Physics and Philosophy. Reviewed by Scott Tanona.
N.P. Landsman. Decoherence and the quantum-to-classical. Reviewed by Paul Busch.

Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Part C, Vol. 40, #1, 2009
Editorial Note
Journals under threat: a joint response from history of science, technology and medicine editors
Soraya de Chadarevian, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger. Introduction.
Hans-Jörg Rheinberger. Recent science and its exploration: the case of molecular biology.
Soraya de Chadarevian. Microstudies versus big picture accounts?
Jean-Paul Gaudillière. New wine in old bottles? The biotechnology problem in the history of molecular biology.
Angela N.H. Creager. Phosphorus-32 in the Phage Group: radioisotopes as historical tracers of molecular biology.
Edna Suárez-Díaz. Molecular evolution: concepts and the origin of disciplines.
Alexander Powell, John Dupré. From molecules to systems: the importance of looking both ways.
Interview with Sydney Brenner.

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