Monday, June 1, 2009

May 16 - 31, 2009

Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 32, #2, 2009
Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, Vol. 48, # 1, 2009
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol. 12, #3, 2009
Ethics & Global Politics, Vol. 2, #2 2009
European Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 17, #2, 2009
Human Rights Review, Vol. 10, #2, 2009
International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 65, #3, 2009
Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 38, #3, 2009
Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Vol. 27, #2, 2009
Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, Vol. 8, # 2, 2009
Philosophia, Vol. 37, #2, 2009
Philosophical Forum, Vol. 40, #2, 2009
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 144, #2, 2009
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 144, #3, 2009
South African Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 28, #1, 2009

Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 32, #2, 2009
Main Articles
Peter Carruthers. How we know our own minds: the relationship between mindreading and metacognition.
Open Peer Commentary

Michael L. Anderson and Don Perlis. What puts the “meta” in metacognition?
Bernard J. Baars. Is feeling pain just mindreading? Our mind-brain constructs realistic knowledge of ourselves.
Cameron Buckner, Adam Shriver, Stephen Crowley, and Colin Allen. How “weak” mindreaders inherited the earth.
A. Charles Catania. Cognitive science at fifty.
Justin J. Couchman, Mariana V. C. Coutinho, Michael J. Beran, and J. David Smith. Metacognition is prior.
Jonathan St. B. T. Evans. Introspection, confabulation, and dual-process theory.
Charles Fernyhough. What can we say about the inner experience of the young child?
Brian Fiala and Shaun Nichols. Confabulation, confidence, and introspection.
Keith Frankish. How we know our conscious minds: Introspective access to conscious thoughts.
Ori Friedman and Adam R. Petrashek. Non-interpretative metacognition for true beliefs.
Mikolaj Hernik, Pasco Fearon, and Peter Fonagy. There must be more to development of mindreading and metacognition than passing false belief tasks.
Bryce Huebner and Daniel C. Dennett. Banishing “I” and “we” from accounts of metacognition.
Russell T. Hurlburt. Unsymbolized thinking, sensory awareness, and mindreading.
Nate Kornell, Bennett L. Schwartz and Lisa K. Son. What monkeys can tell us about metacognition and mindreading.
Peter Langland-Hassan. Metacognition without introspection.
Charlie Lewis and Jeremy I. M. Carpendale. Carruthers’ marvelous magical mindreading machine.
Michael V. Lombardo, Bhismadev Chakrabarti and Simon Baron-Cohen. What neuroimaging and perceptions of self-other similarity can tell us about the mechanism underlying mentalizing.
Robert W. Lurz. Feigning introspective blindness for thought.
Candice M. Mills and Judith H. Danovitch. Getting to know yourself … and others.
Dominic Murphy. Varieties of self-explanation.
David Pereplyotchik. Global broadcasting and self-interpretation.
Richard E. Petty and Pablo Briñol. Introspection and interpretation: Dichotomy or continuum?
Joëlle Proust. Overlooking metacognitive experience.
Philip Robbins. Guilt by dissociation: Why mindreading may not be prior to metacognition after all.
Philippe Rochat. Social-affective origins of mindreading and metacognition.
Ben Wiffen and Anthony David. Metacognition, mindreading, and insight in schizophrenia.
David M. Williams, Sophie E. Lind and Francesca Happé. Metacognition may be more impaired than mindreading in autism.
Alexandra Zinck, Sanne Lodahl and Chris D. Frith. Making a case for introspection.
Author’s Response
Peter Carruthers. Mindreading underlies metacognition.

Main Articles
Chris J. Mitchell, Jan De Houwer and Peter F. Lovibond. The propositional nature of human associative learning.
Open Peer Commentary
Frank Baeyens, Debora Vansteenwegen and Dirk Hermans. Associative learning requires associations, not propositions.
A. G. Baker, Irina Baetu and Robin A. Murphy. Propositional learning is a useful research heuristic but it is not a theoretical algorithm.
Tom Beckers and Bram Vervliet. The truth and value of theories of associative learning.
Eliza Bliss-Moreau and Lisa Feldman Barrett. What's reason got to do with it? Affect as the foundation of learning.
R. A. Boakes. Learning without thinking.
Leyre Castro and Edward A. Wasserman. Rats and infants as propositional reasoners: A plausible possibility?
Nick Chater. Rational models of conditioning.
Michael E. Dawson and Anne M. Schell. Is propositional learning necessary for human autonomic classical conditioning?
Dominic M. Dwyer, Michael E. Le Pelley, David N. George, Mark Haselgrove and Robert C. Honey. Straw-men and selective citation are needed to argue that associative-link formation makes no contribution to human learning.
Bertram Gawronski and Galen V. Bodenhausen. Operating principles versus operating conditions in the distinction between associative and propositional processes.
Alison Gopnik. Rational constructivism: A new way to bridge rationalism and empiricism.
John D. Greenwood. Cognition, consciousness, and the cognitive revolution.
Geoffrey Hall. Learning in simple systems.
David A. Lagnado. A causal framework for integrating learning and reasoning.
Nanxin Li. Trace conditioning, awareness, and the propositional nature of associative learning.
Evan J. Livesey and Justin A. Harris. Is there room for simple links in a propositional mind?
Heidi Lyn and Duane M. Rumbaugh. Saliences, propositions, and amalgams: Emergent learning in nonhumans.
George Mandler. Propositional encodings are a subset of organization theory.
Helena Matute and Miguel A. Vadillo. The Proust effect and the evolution of a dual learning system.
I. P. L. McLaren. Both rules and associations are required to predict human behaviour.
James D. Miles, Robert W. Proctor and E. J. Capaldi. Associative learning without reason or belief.
Ezequiel Morsella, Travis A. Riddle and John A. Bargh. Undermining the foundations: Questioning the basic notions of associationism and mental representation.
Ben R. Newell. What is the link between propositions and memories?
Rita Nolan. The new enlightenment hypothesis: All learners are rational.
Andreas Olsson and Ame Öhman. Is cultivating “biological blindness” a viable route to understanding behavioral phenomena?
Derek C. Penn, Patricia W. Cheng, Keith J. Holyoak, John E. Hummel and Daniel J. Povinelli. There is more to thinking than propositions.
N. A. Schmajuk and G. M. Kutlu. The computational nature of associative learning.
Holger Schultheis and Harald Lachnit. Of mice and men: Revisiting the relation of nonhuman and human learning.
David R. Shanks. The associative nature of human associative learning.
Daniel A. Sternberg and James L. McClelland. How do we get from propositions to behavior?
James S. Uleman. Automatic (spontaneous) propositional and associative learning of first impressions.
James E. Witnauer, Gonzalo P. Urcelay and Ralph R. Miller. A one-system theory that is not propositional.
Authors’ Response
Chris J. Mitchell, Jan De Houwer, and Peter F. Lovibond. Link-based learning theory creates more problems than it solves.
Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg and Martinus H. Van IJzendoorn. No reliable gender differences in attachment across the lifespan.
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Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, Vol. 48, # 1, 2009
(Current issue not available online)
Yvon Gauthier. La descente infinite, l’induction transfinie et le tiers exclu.
David Copp. Is Society-Centered Moral Theory a Contemporary Version of Natural Law Theory?
Daniel Laurier. ? la defense du déontologisme doxastique.
Shannon Dea Heidegger and Galileo’s Slippery Slope.
Annemarie Butler. Hume’s Causal Reconstruction of the Perceptual Relativity Argument in Treatise 1.4.4.
Daniel Vanderverke. Aspects cognitifs en logique intensionnelle et théorie de la vérité.
Andrew Bailey. Zombies and Epiphenomenalism.
Marc Champagne. Explaining the Qualitative Dimension of Consciousness: Precission instead of Reification.
Critical Notice/Étude Critique
Mark Migotti. Pragmatism, Genealogy, and Truth.
Book Reviews/Comptes Rendus
G.W. Leibniz. The Art of Controversies. Review by Mogens Lærke.
Dorothea Olkowski and Gail Weiss. Feminist Interpretations of Maurie Merleau-Ponty. Review by Nancy J. Holland.
Carl Stumpf. Renaissance de la Phlosophie, Quatre articles. Review by Federico Boccaccini.
Marc Sultana. Self Deception and Akrasia: A Comparative Conceptual Analysis. Review by Béla Szabados.
Pascal Engel. Va Savoir! De la connaissanceen general. Review by Guillaume Beaulac et Pierre Poirier.
J.G. Herder. Selected Writings on Aesthetics. Review by Angelica Nuzzo.
Jeff Noonan. Democratic Society and Human Needs. Review by Brian Keenan.
Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure. Feminist Interpretations of John Locke. Review by Patricia Sheridan.
David Woodruff Smith. Husserl. Review by Kimberly Jaray.
Books Received/Livres reçus
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Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol. 12, #3, 2009
Albert W. Musschenga and Robert Heeger.
Donald Beggs. Postliberal Theory.
Eric M. Cave. Unsavory Seduction.
Jens Johansson. Fitting Attitudes, Welfare, and Time.
Chad Kleist. Huck Finn the Inverse Akratic: Empathy and Justice.
Anders Schinkel. The Problem of Moral Luck: An Argument Against its Epistemic Reduction.
Ben Saunders. A Defence of Weighted Lotteries in Life Saving Cases
Per Sandin and Misse Wester. The Moral Black Hole.
Simon Derpmann. Solidarity and Cosmopolitanism.
Book Reviews
Gerhard Ernst, Die Objektivität der Moral Paderborn: mentis. Review by Andree Hahmann.
Brian Leiter and Neil Sinhababu. Nietzsche and Morality. Review by Rainer Kattel.
Nikos Psarros, Katinka Schulte Ostermann,cEds.Facets of Sociality. Review by Ludger Jansen.
Peter Stemmer, Normativität. Eine ontologische Untersuchung. Review by Robin Celikates.
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Ethics & Global Politics, Vol. 2, #2 2009
Marlene Wind. Challenging sovereignty? The USA and the establishment of the International Criminal Court.
Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen. Responsible nations: Miller on national responsibility.
Thomas Doyle. The moral implications of the subversion of the Nonproliferation Treaty regime.
Critical Debate Articles
Daniele Archibugi, David Chandler. A Dialogue on international interventions: when are they a right or an obligation?
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European Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 17, #2, 2009
The Mark Sacks Lecture
Onora O'Neill. Ethics for Communication?
Peter Baumann. Was Moore a Moorean? On Moore and Scepticism.
Avner Baz. Who Knows?
David Landy. Sellars on Hume and Kant on Representing Complexes.
Michael Morris, Julian Dodd. Mysticism and Nonsense in the Tractatus.
Mathias Risse. Common Ownership of the Earth as a Non-Parochial Standpoint: A Contingent Derivation of Human Rights.
Bernard Williams. Life as Narrative.
Book Reviews
Jeff Malpas: Heidegger's Topology: Being, Place, World, Review by Roxana Baiasu.
Cécile Laborde and John Maynor, editors: Republicanism and Political Theory,Review by Alan Coffee.
Frederick Beiser: Schiller as Philosopher. and Rüdiger Safranski: Schiller oder die Erfindung des deutschen Idealismus. Reviews by Katerina Deligiorgi.
Richard Gaskin: Experience and the World's Own Language: A Critique of John McDowell's Empiricism. Review by Adrian Haddock.
Anandi Hattiangadi. Oughts and Thoughts: Rule-Following and the Normativity of Content. Review by Tim Kraft.
Simon Duffy: The Logic of Expression: Quality, Quantity and Intensity in Spinoza, Hegel and Deleuze. Review by Philip Turetzky.
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Human Rights Review, Vol. 10, #2, 2009
Elena Pariotti. International Soft Law, Human Rights and Non-state Actors: Towards the Accountability of Transnational Corporations?
Helen Hershkoff. Public Law Litigation: Lessons and Questions.
Daniel P. L. Chong. Five Challenges to Legalizing Economic and Social Rights.
Munmun Jha. Child Workers in India: Context and Complexities.
Brian Grodsky. On the Other Side of the Curtain: A Reassessment of Non-Elite Human Rights Experiences and Values in Poland.
Joyce Apsel. The Complexity of Destruction in Darfur: Historical Processes and Regional Dynamics.
Laura Reidel. Religious Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage in Canada: Limits to Multiculturalism.
Book Reviews
Jeffrey N.Wasserstrom, Greg Grandin, Lynn Hunt, and Marlyn B. Young (eds): Human Rights and Revolutions. Review by Robert Van Wyk.
Michelle D. Bonner, Sustaining Human Rights: Women and Argentine Human Rights Organizations.Review by Lilian A. Barria.
Ari Kohen, In Defense of Human Rights: A Non-religious Grounding in a Pluralistic World
Jules Boykoff, Beyond Bullets: The Suppression of Dissent in the United States. Review by Martha Gies.
Ane Maria Røddik Christensen, Judicial Accommodation of Human Rights in the European Union. Review by Steven D. Roper.
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International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 65, #3, 2009
J. Angelo Corlett. Dawkins’ godless delusion. Andrew Fiala. Militant atheism, pragmatism, and the God-shaped hole. Robert Mark Simpson. Moral antitheodicy: prospects and problems. Book Reviews
Katherin Rogers:Anselm on Freedom. Review by Janine Marie Idziak. David J. Kangas: Kierkegaard’s Instant: On Beginnings. and K. Brian Söderquist: The Isolated Self: Truth and Untruth in Søren Kierkegaard’s On The Concept of Irony.Reviews by Patrick Stokes.
Books Received
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Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 38, #3, 2009
Thomas Mormann. New work for Carnap’s quasi-analysis.
Gregor Betz. Evaluating dialectical structures.
J.B. Paris and P. Waterhouse. Atom exchangeability and instantial relevance.
Greg Restall and Tony Roy. On permutation in simplified semantics.
Nino B. Cocchiarella. Mass nouns in a logic of classes as many.
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Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Vol. 27, #2, 2009
Special Issue: Assessment and Diagnostic Issues in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
Wilson McDermut and David A. F. Haaga. Assessment and Diagnostic Issues in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy: Introduction to the Special Issue.
Mark D. Terjesen, Jennifer Salhany and Mark J. Sciutto. A Psychometric Review of Measures of Irrational Beliefs: Implications for Psychotherapy.
Samantha A. Rodman, Stacey B. Daughters and C. W. Lejuez. Distress Tolerance and Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy: A New Role for Behavioral Analogue Tasks.
Wilson McDermut, J. Ryan Fuller, Raymond DiGiuseppe, Iwona Chelminski and Mark Zimmerman. Trait Anger and Axis I Disorders: Implications for REBT.
John M. Malouff. Commentary on the Current Status of Assessment in Rational-Emotive and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy.
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Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, Vol. 8, # 2, 2009
Andrea Lavazza. Art as a metaphor of the mind : A neo-Jamesian aesthetics embracing phenomenology, neuroscience, and evolution.
John Kaag. The neurological dynamics of the imagination.
Lisa Bortolotti and Matthew Broome. A Role for ownership and authorship in the analysis of thought insertion.
Liam Dempsey and Itay Shani. Dynamical agents: Consciousness, causation, and two specters of epiphenomenalism.
Jean-Michel Saury. The phenomenology of negation.
Book Reviews
Frederick Adasm and Kenneth Aizawa. The Bounds of Cognition. Review by Lawrence A. Shapiro.
Lester Embree, ed. Gurwitsch’s relevancy for cognitive science. Review by Gary Backhaus.
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Philosophia, Vol. 37, #2, 2009
Shunzo Majima. Editorial Note.

Seumas Miller. Research in Applied Ethics: Problems and Perspectives.
Shunzo Majima. Forgotten Victims of Military Humanitarian Intervention: A Case for the Principle of Reparation?
Michael Davis. Is Engineering a Profession Everywhere?
Toni Rønnow-Rasmussen. Normative Reasons and the Agent-Neutral/Relative Dichotomy.
Kelly Becker. Contrastivism and Lucky Questions.
Nathaniel Goldberg. Triangulation, Untranslatability, and Reconciliation.

Rebecca Roman Hanrahan. Consciousness and Modal Empiricism.
Benjamin Mossel. Negative Actions.
Tuomas E. Tahko. Against the Vagueness Argument.

Garry Young. Case Study Evidence for an Irreducible Form of Knowing How to: An Argument Against a Reductive Epistemology.
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Philosophical Forum, Vol. 40, #2, 2009
Ali Nematollahy. Nietzsche in France, 1890-1914.
Edouard Schuré. Individualism and anarchy in literature: Friedrich Nietsche and his philosophy.
Hughes Rebell. Nietzschism.
Henri Lichtenberger. France and Germany judged by Nietzsche.
Jules de Gaulter. The notion of hierarchy in Nietzsche’s work.
Ferdninand Caussy. The theory of sacrifice in Nietzsche and Joseph de Maistre: To Jean de Gourmont.
George Palante. Two types of immoralism.
Louis Dumur. Nietzsche and culture.
Charles andler. Nietzsche’s social views (1876-82).
Bibliography Nietzsche in France 1890–1914
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 144, #2, 2009
M. S. Bedke. Moral judgment purposivism: saving internalism from amoralism.
Bradley Rives. Concept Cartesianism, Concept Pragmatism, and Frege Cases.
Mark Bauer. Normativity without artifice.
Nicholas Southwood and Daniel Friedrich. Promises beyond assurance.
David Barnett. The myth of the categorical counterfactual.
Daneil Giberman. Who they are and what de se: Burge on quasi-memory.
Matthew J. Rellihan. Fodor’s riddle of abduction.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 144, #3, 2009
With Book Symposium on Alvin I. Goldman's Simulating Minds: The Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience of Mindreading.
Athanasios Raftopoulos. Reference, perception, and attention.
Igor Douven. Assertion, Moore, and Bayes.
Laurence Goldstein. A consistent way with paradox.
Christopher Hitchcock. Structural equations and causation: six counterexamples.
Luca Ferrero. What good is a diachronic will?
Alvin I. Goldman. Precís of Simulating Minds: The Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience of Mindreading.
Josef Perner and Johannes L. Brandi. Simulation à la Goldman: Pretend and collapse.
Rebecca Saxe. The neural evidence for simulation is weaker than I think you it is.
Frédérique de Vignemont. Drawing the boundary between low-level and high-level mindreading.
Peter Carruthers. Simulation and the first-person.
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South African Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 28, # 1, 2009

Pedro Alexis Tabensky. What’s wrong with Walden Two?
Elisa Galgut. Tragic Katharsis and Reparation: A perspective on Aristotle’s Poetics.
Tom Martin. Own-Race-Absent Racism.
Bernard Matolino. A Response to Eze’s critique of Wiredu’s consensual democracy.
David Spurret. Inaugural Lecture: Philosophy enough.
D F M Strauss. Justice, legal validity and the force of law with special reference to Derrida, Dooyeweerd and Habermas.
Book Review
Andrea Hurst. Derrida Vis-à-vis Lacan. Interweaving Deconstruction and Psychoanalysis. Review by Brenda Hofmeyr.
L. Praeg and J. Allen. Regarding SAJP 27(4) 2008 – the papers of L. Praeg and J. Allen.
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