Friday, January 29, 2010

January 25 - January 29, 2010

Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 32, #6, 2009
Biology and Philosophy, Vol. 25, # 1, 2010

Early Medieval Europe, Vol. 18, # 1, 2010
Foundations of Science, Vol. 15, # 1, 2010
Hastings Center Report, Vol. 40, # 1, 2010
History and Theory, Vol. 49, #1, 2010
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 91, # 3, 2010
Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 39, # 1, 2010
Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 106, # 11, 2009
Journal of Religious Ethics, Vol. 38, # 1, 2010
Kant-Studien, Vol. 100, #4, 2009
Logica Universalis, Vol. 3, # 2, 2009
The Monist, Vol. 92, # 4, 2009
Philosophical Papers, Vol. 38, # 3, 2009
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 147, # 3, 2010
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 80, # 1, 2010
Philosophy and Public Affairs, Vol. 38, # 1, 2010
Philosophy of Science, Vol. 76, #4, 2009
Psychological Research, Vol. 74, # 2, 2010
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Vol. 40, #4, 2009
Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Vol. 40, #4, 2009
Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 40, #4, 2009

Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 32, #6, 2009
Main Article
Ryan T. McKay, Daniel C. Dennett.  The evolution of misbelief.
Open Peer Commentary   
Joshua M. Ackerman, Jenessa R. Shapiro, Jon K. Maner.  When is it good to believe bad things?
George Ainslie.  Non-instrumental belief is largely founded on singularity.
Marco Bertamini, Roberto Casati.  False beliefs and naive beliefs: They can be good for you.
Pascal Boyer.  Extending the range of adaptive misbelief: Memory “distortions” as functional features.
Jonathon D. Brown.  Positive illusions and positive collusions: How social life abets self-enhancing beliefs.
Joseph Bulbulia, Richard Sosis.  Ideology as cooperative affordance.
Edward T. Cokely, Adam Feltz.  Adaptive diversity and misbelief.
Max Coltheart.  Delusions and misbeliefs.
David Dunning.  Misbelief and the neglect of environmental context.
Carol S. Dweck.  Why we don't need built-in misbeliefs.
Owen Flanagan.  “Can do” attitudes: Some positive illusions are not misbeliefs.
Keith Frankish.  Adaptive misbelief or judicious pragmatic acceptance?
Nathalia L. Gjersoe, Bruce M. Hood.  On the adaptive advantage of always being right (even when one is not).
Martie G. Haselton, David M. Buss.  Error management theory and the evolution of misbeliefs.
Dominic D. P. Johnson.  God would be a costly accident: Supernatural beliefs as adaptive.
Vladimir J. Konečni.  A positive illusion about “positive illusions”?
Dennis L. Krebs, Kathy Denton.  Benign folie à deux: The social construction of positive illusions.
Justin Kruger, Steven Chan, Neal Roese.  (Not so) positive illusions.
Robyn Langdon.  Pathological and non-pathological factors in delusional misbelief.
James R. Liddle, Todd K. Shackelford.  Are beliefs the proper targets of adaptationist analyses?
Gary F. Marcus.  10,000 Just so stories can't all be wrong.
Ruth Garrett Millikan.  It is likely misbelief never has a function.
Aaron L. Mishara, Phil Corlett.  Are delusions biologically adaptive? Salvaging the doxastic shear pin
Ara Norenzayan, Azim F. Shariff, Will M. Gervais.  The evolution of religious misbelief.
Brandon Randolph-Seng.  The (mis)management of agency: Conscious belief and nonconscious self-control.
Jeffrey P. Schloss, Michael J. Murray.  You can't always get what you want: Evolution and true beliefs.
Dan Sperber.  Culturally transmitted misbeliefs.
John Sutton.  Adaptive misbeliefs and false memories.
Konrad Talmont-Kaminski.  Effective untestability and bounded rationality help in seeing religion as adaptive misbelief.
Tyler J. Wereha, Timothy P. Racine.  Belief in evolved belief systems: Artifact of a limited evolutionary model?
Yorick Wilks.  Lamarck, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and belief.
David Sloan Wilson, Steven Jay Lynn.  Adaptive misbeliefs are pervasive, but the case for positive illusions is weak.
Tadeusz W. Zawidzki.  Adaptive self-directed misbeliefs: More than just a rarefied phenomenon?
Authors' Response   
Ryan T. McKay, Daniel C. Dennett.  Our evolving beliefs about evolved misbelief.
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Biology and Philosophy, Vol. 25, #1, 2010
Peter Taylor.  Three puzzles and eight gaps: what heritability studies and critical commentaries have not paid enough attention to.
Rory Smead.  Indirect reciprocity and the evolution of “moral signals.”
Benoît Dubreuil.  Paleolithic public goods games: why human culture and cooperation did not evolve in one step.
Jason A. Clark.  Relations of homology between higher cognitive emotions and basic emotions.
Nicholas Shea, Cecilia Heyes.  Metamemory as evidence of animal consciousness: the type that does the trick.
Robert A. Wilson.  The primal path to kinship: a critical review of Bernard Chapais, Primeval Kinship: How Pair-Bonding Gave Birth to Human Society.
Book Review
Derek Turner.  Making Prehistory: Historical Science and the Realism Debate.  Reviewed by Ben Jeffares.
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Early Medieval Europe, Vol. 18, # 1, 2010
Antonio Sennis.  Editorial.
Oren Falk.  A Dark Age Peter Principle: Beowulf's incompetence threshold.
Jonathan Couser.  Inventing paganism in eighth-century Bavaria.
Scott DeGregorio.  The Venerable Bede and Gregory the Great: exegetical connections, spiritual departures.
Matthew D. Ponesse.  Editorial practice in Smaragdus of St Mihiel's commentary on the Rule of St Benedict.
Book reviews
Tony Abramson (ed).  Two Decades of Discovery.  Reviewed by David A. Hinton.
Julia Barrow, Andrew Wareham (eds).  Myth, Rulership, Church and Charters: Essays in Honour of Nicholas Brooks.  Reviewed by Bruce O'Brien.
Guido M. Berndt, Roland Steinacher (eds).  Konflikt und Anpassung. Studien zu Migration und Ethnogenese der Vandalen - By Guido Berndt Das Reich der Vandalen und seine (Vor-) Geschichten.  Reviewed by A.H. Merrills.
Lisa M. Bitel, Felice Lifshitz (eds).  Gender and Christianity in Medieval Europe. New Perspectives.  Reviewed by Eonie Hicks.
Kim Bowes.  Private Worship, Public Values, and Religious Change in Late Antiquity.  Reviewed by Neil McLynn.
Kate Cooper, Julia Hillner (eds).  Religion, Dynasty, and Patronage in Early Christian Rome, 300–900.  Reviewed by Caroline Goodson.
Marios Costambeys.  Power and Patronage in Early Medieval Italy. Local Society, Italian Politics and the Abbey of Farfa, c.700–900.  Reviewed by Clare Pilsworth.
Zbigniew Dalewski.  Ritual and Politics. Writing the History of a Dynastic Conflict in Medieval Poland.  Reviewed by Sarah Layfield.
Philippe Depreux, François Bougard, Régine Le Jan (eds).  Les élites et leurs espaces. Mobilité, rayonnement, domination (du VIe au XIe siècle).  Reviewed by Simon MacLean.
Johannes Fried.  Die Formierung Europas 840–1046.  Reviewed by David A. Warner.
David J. Hay.  The Military Leadership of Matilda of Canossa, 1046–1115.  Reviewed by Alison Creber.
John Henderson.  The Medieval World of Isidore of Seville. Truth From Words.  Reviewed by A.H. Merrills.
Siân Grønlie.  Íslendingabók, Kristni Saga. The Book of the Icelanders. The Story of the Conversion.  Reviewed by Haki Antonsson.
Elizabeth Jeffreys, John Haldon, Robin Cormack (eds).  The Oxford Handbook of Byzantine Studies.  Reviewed by Florin Curta.
Shannon Lewis-Simpson (ed).  Youth and Age in the Medieval North.  Reviewed by Sally Crawford.
Lester Little (ed).  Plague and the End of Antiquity: The Pandemic of 541–750.  Reviewed by Clare Pilsworth.
Ruth Mazo Karras, Joel Kaye, E. Ann Matter (eds).  Law and the Illicit in Medieval Europe.  Reviewed by Catherine Rider.
Daniel P. Mc Carthy.  The Irish Annals: Their Genesis, Evolution and History.  Reviewed by Denis Casey.
Susan Rankin.  The Winchester Troper – Facsimile edition and introduction by Susan Rankin.  Reviewed by William Flynn.
David H. Wright.  The Lost Late Antique Illustrated Terence.  Reviewed by David Ganz.
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Foundations of Science, Vol. 15, #1, 2010
Pierre Uzan.  Informational Branching Universe.
Christian Hennig.  Mathematical Models and Reality: A Constructivist Perspective.
Robert W. P. Luk.  Understanding Scientific Study via Process Modeling.
Décio Krause.  Logical Aspects of Quantum (Non-)Individuality.
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Hastings Center Report, Vol. 40, # 1, 2010
Field Notes. Michael K. Gusmano. 
From the Editor. Gregory E. Kaebnick.  HCR Turns Forty; What’s Next?
Another Voice. Roger Chennells.  Toward Global Justice through Benefit-Sharing.
Letters. Craig Luekens.  An Unbearable Task. //
John Hardwig.  John Hardwig replies.//
Maxwell J. Smith, Carrie Bernard, Kate Rossiter, Sachin Sahni, Diego Silva.  Vulnerability: A Contentious and Fluid Term.
In Practice. Julie Rothstein Rosenbaum.  When You Least Expect It.
At Law. Carl E. Schneider.  Two Masters.
Policy & Politics. Stephen R. Latham.  Too Few Physicians, or Too Many?
Case Study. Just Another Test?
Herbert J. Bonifacio.  Commentary.
Annie Janvier.  Commentary.
Shawneequa L. Callier, John Huss, Eric T. Juengst.  GINA and Preemployment Criminal Background Checks.
Connie M. Ulrich, Ann B. Hamric, Christine Grady.  Moral Distress: A Growing Problem in the Health Professions?
Ilina Singh.  Cryptic Coercion.
Joseph Millum.  How Should the Benefits of Bioprospecting Be Shared?
Michael L. Gross.  Medicalized WEAPONS & Modern WAR.
Hilde Lindemann.  Speaking Truth to Power.
John D. Lantos.  Veatch Hates Hippocrates.
Gregory E. Kaebnick.  New Standards for Gene Synthesis Screening.
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History and Theory, Vol. 49, #1, 2010
Eelco Runia.  Into Cleanness Leaping: The Vertiginous Urge to Commit History.
Jari Kaukua, Vili Lähteenmäki.  Subjectivity as a Non-Textual Standard of Interpretation in the History of Philosophical Psychology.
Simon T. Kaye.  Challenging Certainty: The Utility and History of Counterfactualism.
Zhang Longxi.  The True Face of Mount Lu: On the Significance of Perspectives and Paradigms.
First Annual History and Theory Lecture
Carlo Ginzburg.  The Letter Kills: On Some Implications of 2 Corinthians 3:6
Review Essays
Michael S. Roth.  Why Photography Matters to the Theory of History.
Matt Matsuda.  History and Incompleteness.
Rik Peters.  Italian Legacies.
Stephen Bann.  A New Orientalism?
David Carrier.  Elictive Affinities and Their Philosophy.
Joan W. Scott.  Back to Basics.
Books In Summary
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 91, # 3, 2010
Chong Ju Choi, Ron Berger.  Ethics of Celebrities and Their Increasing Influence in 21st Century Society.
Robert van Es, Thomas Pels.  The Political Dimension: Added Value for Cross-Cultural Analysis. Nozawa and Smits, Two CEOs and Their Public Statements.
John Hardwig.  The Stockholder – A Lesson for Business Ethics from Bioethics?
Niels van Quaquebeke, Tilman Eckloff.  Defining Respectful Leadership: What It Is, How It Can Be Measured, and Another Glimpse at What It Is Related to.
Pallab Paul, Kausiki Mukhopadhyay.  Growth via Intellectual Property Rights Versus Gendered Inequity in Emerging Economies: An Ethical Dilemma for International Business.
Maria Joutsenvirta, Liisa Uusitalo.  Cultural Competences: An Important Resource in the Industry–NGO Dialog.
Joyce Tsoi.  Stakeholders’ Perceptions and Future Scenarios to Improve Corporate Social Responsibility in Hong Kong and Mainland China.
John R. Sparks, Yue Pan.  Ethical Judgments in Business Ethics Research: Definition, and Research Agenda.
Meiling Wong.  Guanxi Management as Complex Adaptive Systems: a Case Study of Taiwanese ODI in China.
Hela Sheth, Kathy M. Babiak.  Beyond the Game: Perceptions and Practices of Corporate Social Responsibility in the Professional Sport Industry.
Book Review
Paul H. Dembinski.  Finance: Servant or Deceiver?  Financialization at the Crossroads, Obervatoire de la Finance 2009.  Reviewed by Aloy Soppe.
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Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 39, #1, 2010
Merrie Bergmann.  Conjunction-based Sorites: A Misguided Objection to Degree-Theoretic (Fuzzy) Solutions to Sorites Paradoxes.
Stefano Predelli.  Substitutivity, Obstinacy, and the Case of Giorgione.
Livio Robaldo.  Independent Set Readings and Generalized Quantifiers.
Peter B. M. Vranas.  In Defense of Imperative Inference.
Robert Goldblatt, Michael Kane.  An Admissible Semantics for Propositionally Quantified Relevant Logics.
Paul Elbourne.  Why Propositions Might be Sets of Truth-supporting Circumstances.
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The Journal of Philosopy, Vol. 106, # 11, 2009 (not yet online)
Christopher Hitchcock, Joshua Knobe.  Cause and Norm.
David Sussman.  For Badness’ Sake.
Comments and Criticism
Robert Northcott.  Is Actual Difference Making Actually Different?
Book Reviews
Bas C. van Fraasen.  Scientific Representation: Paradoxes of Perspective.  Reviewed by Jeffrey A. Barrett.
New Books: Reprints
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Journal of Religious Ethics, Vol. 38, #1, 2010
Focus on Christian Ethics in the Twenty-First Century
Arthur J. Dyck.  Christian Ethics in the Twenty-First Century: New Directions.
Arthur J. Dyck, Carlos Padilla.  The Empathic Emotions and Self-Love in Bishop Joseph Butler and the Neurosciences.
Sarah Moses.  “Keeping the Heart”: Natural Affection in Joseph Butler’s Approach to Virtue.
Richard Sherlock.  Must Ethics Be Theological? A Critique of the New Pragmatists.
Lenny López, Arthur J. Dyck.  Educating Physicians for Moral Excellence in the Twenty-First Century.
Robin W. Lovin.  Christian Realism for the 29 Century.
John F. Kilner.  An Inclusive Ethics for the Twenty-First Century: Implications for Stem Cell Research.
Duane K. Friesen, Bradley D. Guhr.  Metanoia and Healing: Toward a Great Plains Land Ethic.
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Kant-Studien, Vol. 100, #4, 2009
Susanne Herrmann-Sinai. Musik und Zeit bei Kant.
Andree Hahmann. Die REaktion der spekulativen Weltweisheit: Kant und die Kritik an den einfachen Substanzen.
Heinrich Lange. Die Porträts Immanuel Kants von und nach dem Berliner Maler Gottlieb Doebler.
Berichte und Diskussionen
Christian Onof. Reconstructing the grounding of Kant’s ethics: a critical assessment.
Antonino Falduto. Kants Metaphysik der Sitten - editorische und philosophische Probleme. Bericht zum Arbeitsgespräch in Wolfenbüttel vom 19. bis zum 23. Mai 2009.
Fernando Moledo. Die Kritik des Kritikers. Bericht über ein Buchsymposium zu Reinhard Brandt, Immanuel Kant – Was bleibt?
Margit Ruffing. Kant-Bibliographie 2007.
In eigener Sache: 100. Jahrgang der Kant-Studien. Neuwahl des Vorstandes der Kant-Gesellschaft.
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Logica Universalis, Vol. 3, #2, 2009
Irving H. Anellis.  Russell and His Sources for Non-Classical Logics.
Steffen Lewitzka, Andreas B. M. Brunner.  Minimally Generated Abstract Logics.
Kensaku Gomi.  Theory of Completeness for Logical Spaces.
Tomasz Skura.  A Refutation Theory.
Hans Smessaert.  On the 3D Visualisation of Logical Relations.
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The Monist, Vol. 92, # 4, 2009 (not yet online)
Leo Zaibert.  Forgiveness: An Introduction.
John Kekes.  Blame versus Forgiveness.
Andrea C. Westlund.  Anger, Faith, and Forgiveness.
Ingvar Johansson.  A Little Treatise of Forgiveness and Human Nature.
Jeffrie G.  Murphy.  The Case of Dostoevsky’s General: Some Ruminations on Forgiving the Unforgivable.
Glen Pettigrove.  The Standing to Forgive.
Berel Lang.  Reconciliation: Not Retribution, Not Justice, Perhaps Not Even Forgiveness.
Scope of Forthcoming Issues // Books Received // Index to Volume 92
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Philosophical Papers, Vol. 38, # 3, 2009
Special Issue: Rape and Its Meaning

Louise du Toit.  Introduction: Meaning/s of Rape in War and Peace.
Debra Bergoffen.  Exploiting the Dignity of the Vulnerable Body: Rape as a Weapon of War.
Lorraine Code.  A New Epistemology of Rape?
Craham St. John Stott.  Rape and Silence in J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace.
Ann J. Cahill.  In Defense of Self-Defense.
Don Berkich.  A Heinous Act.
Deane-Peter Baker.  Sources of the Self as an Argument for Theism.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 147, #3, 2010
With Book Symposium on Hartry Field's Saving Truth from Paradox
James John.  Against qualia theory.
Steinvör Thöll Árnadóttir.  Functionalism and thinking animals.
Klaas J. Kraay.  Theism, possible worlds, and the multiverse.
Ted Poston.  Similarity and acquaintance: a dilemma.
Richard Fumerton.  Poston on similarity and acquaintance.
David Davies.  Eluding Wilson’s “Elusive Narrators.”
Meghan Masto.  Questions, answers, and knowledge-wh.
Hartry Field.  Precis of saving truth from paradox.
Vann McGee.  Field’s logic of truth.
Greg Restall.  What are we to accept, and what are we to reject, while saving truth from paradox?
Stewart Shapiro.  So truth is safe from paradox: now what?
Hartry Field.  Replies to commentators on Saving Truth From Paradox.
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 80, # 1, 2010
Hilary Kornblith.  What Reflective Endorsement Cannot Do.
Guy Kahane.  Feeling Pain for the Very First Time: The Normative Knowledge Argument.
David Efird, Tom Stoneham.  The Subtraction Argument for the Possibility of Free Mass.
Alan Carter.  Biodiversity and All That Jazz.
Peter Carruthers.  Introspection: Divided and Partly Eliminated.
Stephan Torre.  Tense, Timely Action and Self-Ascription.
Laura Sizer.  Good and Good For You: An Affect Theory of Happiness.
Baron Reed.  Self-Knowledge and Rationality.
Michael Pendlebury.  How to be a Normative Expressivist.
John Kulvicki.  Introspective Availability.
Book Symposium
My Way: Essays on Moral Responsibility
John Martin Fischer.  Precis of My Way: Essays on Moral Responsibility.
Randolph Clarke.  Determinism and Our Self-Conception.
Gideon Yaffe.  Comments on John Fischer's My Way.
Calvin G. Normore.  Fischer's Reasons: Comments on John Martin Fischer's My Way.
John Martin Fischer.  Replies.
Recent Publications
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Philosophy and Public Affairs, Vol. 38, # 1, 2010
A. John Simmons.  Ideal and Nonideal Theory.
Niko Kolodny.  Which Relationships Justify Partiality? The Case of Parents and Children.
Christian List, Mathias Koenig-Archibugi.  Can There Be a Global Demos? An Agency-Based Approach.
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Philosophy of Science, Vol. 76, #4, 2009
Jamin Asay.  Constructive Empiricism and Deflationary Truth.
Heather E. Douglas.  Reintroducing Prediction to Explanation.
Mohan Matthen.  Drift and “Statistically Abstractive Explanation.”
Sorin Bangu.  Understanding Thermodynamic Singularities: Phase Transitions, Data, and Phenomena.
Amit Hagar.  Active Fault‐Tolerant Quantum Error Correction: The Curse of the Open System.
Doreen Fraser.  Quantum Field Theory: Underdetermination, Inconsistency, and Idealization.
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Psychological Research, Vol. 74, #2, 2010
Dennis Rünger, Peter A. Frensch.  Defining consciousness in the context of incidental sequence learning: theoretical considerations and empirical implications.
Esther van den Bos, Fenna H. Poletiek.  Structural selection in implicit learning of artificial grammars.
Jan Zwickel, Marc Grosjean, Wolfgang Prinz.  On interference effects in concurrent perception and action.
Akio Nishimura, Kazuhiko Yokosawa.  Effector identity and orthogonal stimulus–response compatibility in blindness to response-compatible stimuli.
Louis-Nicolas Veilleux, Luc Proteau.  Factors influencing online control of video-aiming movements performed without vision of the cursor.
Pom Charras, Juan Lupiáñez.  Length perception of horizontal and vertical bisected lines.
Sandra N. Moses, Melanie L. Ostreicher, Jennifer D. Ryan.  Relational framework improves transitive inference across age groups.
W. Todd Maddox, Brian D. Glass, Jeffrey B. O’Brien, J. Vincent Filoteo, F. Gregory Ashby.  Category label and response location shifts in category learning.
Doris Keye, Oliver Wilhelm, Klaus Oberauer, Don van Ravenzwaaij.  Individual differences in conflict-monitoring: testing means and covariance hypothesis about the Simon and the Eriksen Flanker task.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Vol. 40, #4, 2009
Editorial board and publication information
Introduction. Liba Taub.  On scientific instruments.
Andrew Barker.  Ptolemy and the meta-helikôn.
Frances Willmoth.  ‘Reconstruction’ and interpreting written instructions: what making a seventeenth-century plane table revealed about the independence of readers.
Katie Taylor.  Mogg’s celestial sphere (1813): the construction of polite astronomy.
Salim Al-Gailani.  Magic, science and masculinity: marketing toy chemistry sets.
Boris Jardine.  Between the Beagle and the barnacle: Darwin’s microscopy, 1837–1854.
Robin Wolfe Scheffler.  Interests and instrument: a micro-history of object Wh.3469 (X-ray powder diffraction camera, ca. 1940).
Sven Dupré, Michael Korey.  Inside the Kunstkammer: the circulation of optical knowledge and instruments at the Dresden Court.
Kemal de Soysa.  An unusual silver celestial planisphere in the Whipple Museum.
Thomas Söderqvist, Adam Bencard, Camilla Mordhorst.  Between meaning culture and presence effects: contemporary biomedical objects as a challenge to museums.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Vol. 40, #4, 2009
Special Issue: On The History Of The Quantum - The HQ2 Special Issue
Edited by Jeroen van Dongen, Dennis Dieks, Jos Uffink and A.J. Kox
Editorial board and publication information
Jeroen van Dongen, Dennis Dieks, Jos Uffink, A.J. Kox.  On the history of the quantum: Introduction to the HQ2 special issue.
Olival Freire Jr.  Quantum dissidents: Research on the foundations of quantum theory circa 1970.
Kristian Camilleri.  A history of entanglement: Decoherence and the interpretation problem.
Suman Seth.  Zweideutigkeit about “Zweideutigkeit”: Sommerfeld, Pauli, and the methodological origins of quantum mechanics.
Jaume Navarro.  “A dedicated missionary”. Charles Galton Darwin and the new quantum mechanics in Britain.
Arianna Borrelli.  The emergence of selection rules and their encounter with group theory, 1913–1927.
Christian Joas, Christoph Lehner.  The classical roots of wave mechanics: Schrödinger's transformations of the optical-mechanical analogy.
Anthony Duncan, Michel Janssen.  From canonical transformations to transformation theory, 1926–1927: The road to Jordan's Neue Begründung.
Donald Salisbury.  Léon Rosenfeld and the challenge of the vanishing momentum in quantum electrodynamics.
Guido Bacciagaluppi, Elise Crull.  Heisenberg (and Schrödinger, and Pauli) on hidden variables.
Daniela Monaldi.  A note on the prehistory of indistinguishable particles.
Dieter Fick, Horst Kant.  Walther Bothe's contributions to the understanding of the wave-particle duality of light.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 40, #4, 2009
Editorial and publication information
Charlotte Sleigh.  Plastic body, permanent body: Czech representations of corporeality in the early twentieth century.
Stephen A. Harris, Peter R. Anstey.  John Locke’s seed lists: a case study in botanical exchange.
David Allan Feller.  Dog fight: Darwin as animal advocate in the antivivisection controversy of 1875.
Melinda B. Fagan.  Fleck and the social constitution of scientific objectivity.
Christian Baron.  Epistemic values in the Burgess Shale debate.
Jonathan Birch.  Irretrievably confused? Innateness in explanatory context.
Alex Broadbent.  Causation and models of disease in epidemiology.
Yan Leychkis, Stephen R. Munzer, Jessica L. Richardson.  What is stemness?
Essay Review
Valentina Pugliano.  Non-colonial botany or, the late rise of local knowledge?
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