Thursday, September 10, 2009

August 31 - September 11, 2009

American Journal of Bioethics, Vol. 9, #9, 2009
American Political Science Review, Vol. 103, #3, 2009
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 32, #3/4 2009
Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 26, #3, 2009
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 88, #3, 2009
Mind and Language, Vol. 24 , #4,  2009
Philosophical Forum, Vol. 40, #3, 2009
Philosophical Investigations 32, #4, 2009
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 79, #1, 2009
Synthese, Vol. 170, #2, 2009
Synthese, Vol. 170, #3, 2009
Teaching Philosophy, Vol. 32, #3, 2009
Utilitas, Vol. 21, #3, 2009

American Journal of Bioethics, Vol. 9, #9, 2009
Judy Illes. Neurolgisms.
James D. Duffy. Mirror Neurons and the Reenchantment of Bioethics.
Target Article
Grant R. Gillett. The Subjective Brain, Identity and Neuroethics.
Open Peer Commentaries
Daniel Goldberg. Subjectivity, Consciousness, and Pain: The Importance of Thinking Phenomenologically.
Craig L. Fry. A Descriptive Social Neuroethics is Needed to Reveal Lived Identities.
Daniel Buchman; Peter B. Reiner. Stigma and Addiction: Being and Becoming.
Eran P. Klein. Skills, Dementia, and Bridging Divides in Neuroscience.
S. Van McCrary. Transferring Emerging Neuroscience to the Clinical Ethics Bedside.
Steven R. Sabat.Subjectivity, the Brain, Life Narratives and the Ethical Treatment of Persons With Alzheimer's Disease.
Stephen Lyng. Brain, Body, and Society: Bioethical Reflections on Socio-Historical Neuroscience and Neuro-Corporeal Social Science.
Georg Northoff. What Are the Subjective Processes in Our Brain? Empirical and Ethical Implications of a Relational Concept of the Brain.
Julian C. Hughes.From the Subjective Brain to the Situated Person.
Ngaire Naffine. The Subjective Brain, Identity, and Neuroethics: A Legal Perspective.
Christian Perring. The Place of Moral Responsibility and Mental Illness.
Target Article
Jeremy Howick. Questioning the Methodologic Superiority of ‘Placebo’ Over ‘Active’ Controlled Trials.
Open Peer Commentaries
Franklin G. Miller. The Rationale for Placebo-Controlled Trials: Methodology and Policy Considerations.
Robin Nunn. Preparing for a Post-Placebo Paradigm: Ethics and Choice of Control in Clinical Trials.
Stephen Senn. Placebo Misconceptions.
Ronald W. Dworkin. A Clinical Perspective on Placebo Research: Looking Back, Looking Forward.
Carlo Petrini. Ethical Issues in the Difference Between Placebo-Controlled and Active-Controlled Trials.
Rieke van der Graaf; Johannes JM van Delden. Conflating Scientific With Clinical Considerations.
James A. Anderson. Who's in Control of the Choice of Control? 
Stuart Rennie; Til Stürmer. Strengthening Howick's Argument Against The Alleged Superiority of Placebo-Controlled Trials.
Daniel E. Moerman. Research, Medicine, and “Placebos.”
Murray W. Enkin. Questioning the Methodological Superiority of ‘Placebo’ over ‘Active’ Controlled Trials.
Beatrice Alexandra Golomb. Control Theory: Placebo-Controlled Drug Trials Have Problems. Active-Controlled Drug Trials Are Not Always the Solution.
Book Review
Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis. Review of Oliver Sacks. Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain.
Grant R. Gillett. Responses to Open Peer Commentaries on “The Subjective Brain, Identity, and Neuroethics.”
Jeremy Howick. Reviewing the Unsubstantiated Claims for the Methodological Superiority of ‘Placebo’ over ‘Active’ Controlled Trials: Reply to Open Peer
Annemarie Bridy. Response to Müller.
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American Political Science Review, Vol. 103, #3, 2009
Guillermo Trejo. Religious Competition And Ethnic Mobilization In Latin America: Why The Catholic Church Promotes Indigenous Movements In Mexico.
James N. Druckman, Martin J. Kifer And Michael Parkin. Campaign Communications In U.S. Congressional Elections.
Jeffrey R. Lax And Justin H. Phillips. Gay Rights In The States: Public Opinion And Policy Responsiveness.
Andrew Healy And Neil Malhotra. Myopic Voters And Natural Disaster Policy.
Alan S. Gerber And Gregory A. Huber.  Partisanship And Economic Behavior: Do Partisan Differences In Economic Forecasts Predict Real Economic Behavior?
Elizabeth Markovits. Birthrights: Freedom, Responsibility, And Democratic Comportment In Aeschylus' Oresteia.
James R. Zink.  The Language Of Liberty And Law: James Wilson On America's Written Constitution.
Lorraine Smith Pangle.  Moral And Criminal Responsibility In Plato's Laws.
Brandon L. Bartels. The Constraining Capacity Of Legal Doctrine On The U.S. Supreme Court.
Petra Schleiter And Edward Morgan-Jones. Constitutional Power and Competing Risks: Monarchs, Presidents, Prime Ministers, and the Termination of East and West European Cabinets
Notes from the Editors
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Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 32, #3/4 2009
Main Article
Archer, J. Does sexual selection explain human sex differences in aggression?
Open Peer Commentary
Bailey, D. H., Oxford, J. K. & Geary, D. C. Ultimate and proximate influences on human sex differences.
Behme, C. Does sexual selection explain why human aggression peaks in early childhood?
Benenson, J. F. Dominating versus eliminating the competition: Sex differences in human intrasexual aggression.
Boden, J. M. Sex differences in the developmental antecedents of aggression.
Browne, K. R. Sex differences in aggression: Origins and implications for sexual integration of combat forces .
Buss, D. M. The multiple adaptive problems solved by human aggression.
Campbell, A. What kind of selection?
Cashdan, E. Sex differences in aggression:  What does evolutionary theory predict?
Corr, P. J. & Perkins, A. M. Differentiating defensive and predatory aggression: Neuropsychological systems and personality in sex differences.
Dickins, T. E. & Sergeant, M. J. T. Two more things for consideration: Sexual orientation  and conduct disorder.
Eagly, A. H. & Wood, W. Sexual selection does not provide an adequate theory of sex differences in aggression.
Figueredo, A. J., Gladden, P. R. & Brumbach, B. H. Sex, aggression, and life history strategy.
Finkel, E. J. & Slotter, E. B. An I3 Theory analysis of human sex differences in aggression.
Gaulin, S. J. C. Biophobia breeds unparsimonious exceptionalism.
Johnson, D. D. P. & van Vugt, M. A history of war: The role of inter-group conflict in sex differences in aggression.
Kaighobadi, F. & Shackelford, T. K. Suspicions of female infidelity predict men’s partner-directed violence.
Kempenaers, B. & Forstmeier, W. A quantitative genetic approach to understanding  aggressive behavior.
Kenrick, D. T. & Griskevicius, V. More holes in social roles.
Pellegrini, A. D. Moderators of sex differences in sexual selection theory.
Pound, N., Daly, M. & Wilson, M. There’s no contest: Human sex differences are sexually selected.
Schredl, M. Sex differences in dream aggression.
Sefcek, J. A. & Sacco, D. F. Human sexual dimorphism, fitness display, and ovulatory cycle effects.
Sell, A. Standards of evidence for designed sex differences.
Terburg, D., Peper, J. S., Morgan, B. & van Honk, J. Sex differences in human aggression: The interaction between early developmental and later activational testosterone.
Tremblay, R. E. & Coˆ te´, S.M. Development of sex differences in physical aggression: The maternal link to epigenetic mechanisms.
van den Berghe, P. L. Sexual selection and social roles: Two models or one?
Author’s Response
Archer, J. Refining the sexual selection explanation within an ethological framework .
Main Article
Cohen Kadosh, R. & Walsh, V. Numerical representation in the parietal lobes: Abstract or not abstract?
Open Peer Commentary
Algom, D. Slippery platform: The role of automatic and intentional processes in testing  the effect of notation.
Ansari, D. Are non-abstract brain representations of number developmentally plausible?
Campbell, J. I. D. & Metcalfe, A. W. S. Numerical abstractness and elementary arithmetic .
Cantlon, J. F., Cordes, S., Libertus, M. E. & Brannon, E. M. Numerical abstraction: It ain’t broke.
Cohen, D. J. Numerical representations are neither abstract nor automatic .
Dehaene, S. The case for a notation-independent representation of number .
Falter, C. M., Noreika, V., Kiverstein, J. & Mo¨ lder, B. Concrete magnitudes: From numbers to time.
Freeman, W. J. & Kozma, R. Brain neural activity patterns yielding numbers are operators, not representations.
Ganor-Stern, D. Automatic numerical processing is based on an abstract representation.
Grabner, R. H. Expertise in symbol-referent mapping.
Houde´, O. Abstract after all? Abstraction through inhibition in children and adults.
Kucian, K. & Kaufmann, L. A developmental model of number representation.
Lindemann, O., Rueschemeyer, S.-A. & Bekkering, H. Symbols in numbers: From numerals to magnitude information.
Mayo, J. P. Inactivation and adaptation of number neurons.
Myachykov, A., Platenburg, W. P. A. & Fischer, M. H. Non-abstractness as mental simulation in the representation of number.
Nu´n˜ ez, R. E. Numbers and numerosities: Absence of abstract neural realization doesn’t mean non-abstraction.
Orban, G. A. The discussion of methodological limitations in number representation studies is incomplete.
Pease, A., Smaill, A. & Guhe, M. Abstract or not abstract? Well, it depends .
Pesenti, M. & Andres, M. Common mistakes about numerical representations.
Peters, E. & Castel, A. Numerical representation, math skills, memory, and decision-making.
Piazza, M. & Izard, V. What is an (abstract) neural representation of quantity?
Reynvoet, B. & Notebaert, K. Abstract or not? Insights from priming.
Rosenberg-Lee, M., Tsang, J. M. & Menon, V. Symbolic, numeric, and magnitude representations
in the parietal cortex.
Santens, S., Fias, W. & Verguts, T. Abstract representations of number: What interactions
with number form do not prove and priming  effects do.
Szu´´cs, D., Solte´ sz, F. & Goswami, U. Beyond format-specificity: Is analogue magnitude really  the core abstract feature of the cultural number representation?
Tzelgov, J. & Pinhas, M. In search of non-abstract representation of numbers: Maybe on the right  track, but still not there.
Vallar, G. & Girelli, L. Numerical representations: Abstract or supramodal? Some may be spatial 354
Wiefel, A., Pauen, S. & Dueck, M. Do infants count like scientists?
Authors’ Response:
Cohen Kadosh, R. & Walsh, V. Non-abstract  numerical representations in the IPS: Further  support, challenges, and clarifications.
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Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 26, #3, 2009
Special Issue: Philosophy and Public Policy. Guest editors: David Archard and Susan Mendus
David Archard, Susan Mednus. Introduction
Onora O’Neill. Applied Ethics: Naturalism, Normativity and Public Policy.
Kimberley Brownlee. Normative Principles and Practical Ethics: A Response to O’Neill.
David Archard. Applying Philosophy: A Response to O’Neill.
R.A. Duff. Philosophy and  ‘The Life of the Law.’
John Tasioulas. Law, Strategy and Democracy: A Response to Duff.
Allen Buchanan. Philosophy and Public Policy: A Role for Social Moral Epistemology.
Neil C. Manson. Epistemic Inertia and Epistemic Isolationsim: A Response to Buchanan.
Alan Carter. Philosophy, Social Institutions, and the Ethics of Belief: A Response to Buchanan.
Henry Shue. Making Exceptions.
James Connelly. ‘Making Exceptions’: A Response to Shue.
Vittorio Bufacchi. Not  Making Exceptions : A Response to Shue.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 88, #3, 2009 
Domènec Melé. Editorial Introduction: Towards a More Humanistic Management.
Claus Dierksmeier and Michael Pirson. Oikonomia Versus Chrematistike: Learning from Aristotle About the Future Orientation of Business Management.
Benedetta Giovanola. Re-Thinking the Anthropological and Ethical Foundation of Economics and Business: Human Richness and Capabilities Enhancement.
Hector Rocha and Raymond Miles. A Model of Collaborative Entrepreneurship for a More Humanistic Management.
Po Keung Ip. Is Confucianism Good for Business Ethics in China?
David Pastoriza, Miguel A. Ariño and Joan E. Ricart.Creating an Ethical Work Context: A Pathway to Generate Social Capital in the Firm.
Marjolein Lips-Wiersma and Lani Morris. Discriminating Between ‘Meaningful Work’ and the ‘Management of Meaning.’
Gregorio Guitián. Conciliating Work and Family: A Catholic Social Teaching Perspective.
Daniel E. Palmer. Business Leadership: Three Levels of Ethical Analysis.
Thomas Maak and Nicola M. Pless. Business Leaders as Citizens of the World. Advancing Humanism on a Global Scale.
Heidi von Weltzien Hoivik and Domènec Melé. Can an SME Become a Global Corporate Citizen? Evidence from a Case Study.
Davide Secchi. The Cognitive Side of Social Responsibility.
Susanne Hartlieb and Bryn Jones. Humanising Business Through Ethical Labelling: Progress and Paradoxes in the UK. 
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Mind and Language, Vol. 24, #4,  2009
Special Issue: Proper Names
Carlo Semenza. The Neuropsychology Of Proper Names.
Robin Jeshion. The Significance Of Names.
D. Geoffrey Hall. Proper Names In Early Word Learning: Rethinking A Theoretical Account Of Lexical Development.
Richard Coates. A Strictly Millian Approach To The Definition Of The Proper Name.
Max Deutsch. Experimental Philosophy And The Theory Of Reference.
Daniel Rothschild, Gabriel Segal. Indexical Predicates.
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Philosophical Forum, Vol. 40, #3, 2009
Ranjoo Seodu Herr. Democracy In Decent Nonliberal Nations: A Defense.
Michael Gubser.Franz Brentano's Ethics Of Social Renewal.
Erin E. Flynn. Intellectual Intuition In Emerson And The Early German Romantics.
Lloyd Strickland. Leibniz, The "Flower Of Substance," And The Resurrection Of The Same Body.
Matthew Morgan. Edmund Husserl And The Limitations Of Biorobotic Research.
Mark Zelcer. Putnam On Metaphysics, Religion, And Ethics: Critical Notice Of Jewish Philosophy As A Guide To Life: Rosenzweig, Buber, Levinas, Wittgenstein.
Notes on Contributors
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Philosophical Investigations 32, #4, 2009
Denis McManus.The General Form of the Proposition: The Unity of Language and the Generality of Logic in the Early Wittgenstein.
Richard Scheer. Was Wittgenstein an Anti-Realist?
William Child. Wittgenstein, Dreaming and Anti-Realism: A Reply to Richard Scheer.
Brian Davies. Is God Beyond Reason?
Bernard Williams. Philosophy as a Humanistic Discipline (Adrian Moore, ed.) and The Sense of the Past (Myles Burnyeat, ed.  Timothy Chappell.
Irving Block. G_d, Rationality and Mysticism.Review by John Kinsey.
Christopher Cowley. Medical Ethics, Ordinary Concepts and Ordinary Lives. Review by Mike McNamee.
Andy F. Sanders, ed. D. Z. Phillips' Contemplative Philosophy of Religion: Questions and Responses. Review by Lars Hertzberg.
Howard O. Mounce. Metaphysics and the End of Philosophy. Review by John Haldane.
Books Received
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 79, #2,2009
Tyler Burge. Primitive Agency And Natural Norms*
Pekka Väyrynen. Normative Appeals To The Natural.
Michael Blome-Tillmann. Contextualism, Subject-Sensitive Invariantism, And The Interaction Of 'Knowledge'-Ascriptions With Modal And Temporal Operators*
Ron Mallon, Edouard Machery, Shaun Nichols, Stephen Stich. Against Arguments From Reference*
David Blumenfeld. Living Life Over Again.
Douglas Patterson. Inconsistency Theories Of Semantic Paradox.
Robert Briscoe. Egocentric Spatial Representation In Action And Perception*
Book Symposium : Empiricism And Experience
Anil Gupta. Précis of Empiricism And Experience.
John Mcdowell. The Given In Experience: Comment On Gupta.
Christopher Peacocke. Perception, Content And Rationality.
Ram Neta. Empiricism About Experience
Anil Gupta. Equivalence, Reliability, and Convergence: Replies to McDowell, Peacocke, and Neta.
Recent Publications
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Synthese, Vol. 170, #2, 2009
The Philosophy of Jerry Fodor. Guest Editors: Brian P. McLaughlin and Tim Crane
Tim Crane, Brian P. McLaughlin. Introduction.
Barry Loewer. Why is there anything except physics?
Susan Schneider. LOT, CTM, and the Elephant in the Room.
Brian P. McLaughlin. Systematicity redux.
Gabriel Segal. Keep making sense.
Kevan Edwards. What concepts do.
Katalin Balog. Jerry Fodor on non-conceptual content.
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Synthese, Vol. 170, #3, 2009
Special Issue: The Bad Company Problem. Guest Editor: Øystein Linnebo
Øystein Linnebo. Introduction.
Gabriel Uzquiano. Bad company generalized.
Roy T. Cook. Hume’s Big Brother: counting concepts and the bad company objection.
Øystein Linnebo. Bad company tamed.
Matti Eklund. Bad company and neo-Fregean philosophy.
Philip Ebert, Stewart Shapiro. The good, the bad and the ugly.
John MacFarlane. Double vision: two questions about the neo-Fregean program.
Bob Hale, Crispin Wright. Focus restored: Comments on John MacFarlane.
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Teaching Philosophy, Vol. 32, #3, 2009 (this issue not yet online)
John Immerwahr. Engaging the “Thumb Generation: with Clickers.
Shelagh Crooks. Teaching fo Argumentative Thought.
Natalie Helberg, Cressida J. Heyes, and Jaclyn Rohel. Thinking through the Body: Yoga, Philosophy, and Physical Education.
Review Articles
Matthew H. Slater reviews recent texts in metaphysics: Metaphysics, 3rd ed. by Peter van Inwagen (2009); Contemporary Metaphysics by Michael Jubien (1997); Metaphysics: The Big Questions, 2nd ed. by Peter van Inwagen and Dean Zimmerman (2008); Metaphysics: Contemporary Readings, 2nd ed. by Michael J. Loux (2008); Contemporary Debates in Metaphysics, edited by Theodore Sider, John Hawthorne, and Dean W. Zimmerman (2008); Reading Metaphysics, edited by Helen Beebee and Julian Dodd (2007).
Edmund F. Byrne. Just War Theory and Peace Studies.
Book Reviews
Oscar  Vilarroya and Francesc Forn I Argimon, eds. Social Brain Matters: Stances on the Neurobiology of Social Cognition. Review by Mahesh Ananth.
Tim Kenyon. Clear Thinking in a Blurry World. Review by Leslie Burkholder.
Robert C. Solomon. The Little Philosophy Book. Review by Timothy Chambers.
Lawrence Hass. Merleau-Ponty’s Philosophy. Review by William J. Devlin.
John K. Wilson. Patriotic Correctness: Academic  Freedom and Its Enemies. Review by Jacob M. Held.
Maria Luisa Femenias and Amy A. Oliver, eds. Feminist Philosophy in Latin America and Spain. Review by Heather Keith.
Gregory Landini. Wittgenstein’s Apprenticeship with Russell. Review by Ivan Welty.
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Utilitas, Vol. 21, #3, 2009
Nicole Hassoun.Meeting Need.
Dimitri Landa. On The Possibility Of Kantian Retributivism.
Michael Moehler. Why Hobbes' State Of Nature Is Best Modeled By An Assurance Game.
Guy Kahane. Pain, Dislike And Experience.
Scott Forschler. Truth And Acceptance Conditions For Moral Statements Can Be Identical: Further Support For Subjective Consequentialism.
Sophie Rietti. Utilitarianism And Psychological Realism.
Douglas W. Portmore. Rule-Consequentialism And Irrelevant Others.
Alex Rajczi. Consequentialism, Integrity, And Ordinary Morality.
Thomas Blackson.On Feldman's Theory Of Happiness.
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