Tuesday, April 6, 2010

March 22- 26, 2010

British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 18, #2, 2010
Erkenntnis, Vol. 72, #1 , 2010
Erkenntnis, Vol. 72, #2 , 2010
Hastings Center Report, Vol. 40, #2, 2010
International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 67, #2, 2010
Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 68, #1 , 2010
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 23, #1 -2, 2010
Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 36, #4 , 2010
Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 107, #1, 2010
Mind and Language, Vol. 25, #2, 2010
Natural Language Semantics, Vol. 17, # 4, 2009
Neuroethics, Vol. 3, #1, 2010
Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 33, #1, 2010
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 80, #2, 2010
Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement, Vol. 65, #1, 2010
Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 16, #1, 2010
Social Epistemology, Vol. 24, #1, 2010

British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 18, # 2, 2010
Sean Greenberg.  Malebranche on the Passions: Biology, Morality and the Fall.
Andrew Youpa.  Spinoza's Theories of Value.
Ian Leask.  Personation and Immanent Undermining: On Toland's Appearing Lockean.
Annemarie Butler.  On Hume's Supposed Rejection of Resemblance between Objects and Impressions.
Ido Geiger.  What is the Use of the Universal Law Formula of the Categorical Imperative?
Patrick Stokes.  ‘See For Your Self’: Contemporaneity, Autopsy and Presence in Kierkegaard's Moral-Religious Psychology.
Review Articles
Oliver Leaman.  Thinking Historically About Jewish Philosophy.
Justin Champion.  ‘It hath framed the mindes of a thousand Gentlemen’: Some Recent Works on Leviathan.
Book Reviews
Pauline Phemister.  The Rationalists: Descartes, Spinoza and Leibniz.  Reviewed by Nicholas Jolley.
Kevin J. Harrelson.  The Ontological Argument from Descartes to Hegel.  Reviewed by Charles P. Rodger.
Daniel J. Cook, Hartmut Rudolph and Christoph Schulte (eds).  Leibniz und das Judentum. Studia Leibnitiana Sonderhefte.  Reviewed by Justin E. H. Smith.
Daniel Garber and Batrice Longuenesse (eds).  Kant and the Early Moderns.  Reviewed by Ioannis Trisokkas.
Thomas Dixon.  The Invention of Altruism: Making Moral Meanings in Victorian Britain.  Reviewed by Leslie Armour.
Robert Piercey.  The Uses of the Past from Heidegger to Rorty: Doing Philosophy Historically.  Reviewed by Chris Lawn.
Books Received
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Erkenntnis, Vol. 72, # 1, 2010
Howard Sankey.  Witchcraft, Relativism and the Problem of the Criterion.
Kevin J. S. Zollman.  The Epistemic Benefit of Transient Diversity.
Yujin Nagasawa.  The Knowledge Argument and Epiphenomenalism.
Dwayne Moore.  The Generalization Problem and the Identity Solution.
Simon Dierig.  The Discrimination Argument Revisited.
Nic Damnjanovic.  No Route to Material Origin Essentialism?
Michael Baumgartner.  Causal Slingshots.
Johannes Persson.  Activity-Based Accounts of Mechanism and the Threat of Polygenic Effects.
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Erkenntnis, Vol. 72, # 2, 2010
Gila Sher.  Epistemic Friction: Reflections on Knowledge, Truth, and Logic.
Linton Wang and Oliver Tai.  Skeptical Conclusions.
Maria Lasonen-Aarnio.  Is There a Viable Account of Well-Founded Belief?
Stefan Rummens and Stefaan E. Cuypers.  Determinism and the Paradox of Predictability.
Stuart Glennan.  Ephemeral Mechanisms and Historical Explanation.
Tobia Hansson Wahlberg.  The Tenseless Copula in Temporal Predication.
Ross P. Cameron.  Vagueness and Naturalness.
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Hastings Center Report, Vol. 40, # 2, 2010
Ira Byock. Dying with dignity.
Field Notes. Albert R. Jonsen.
From the editor. Georgie E. Kaebnick. The view from within.
Another voice. John A. Robertson. Is there an ethical problem here?
Letters. Felicia Cohn. Saturday morning postmortem.
To the editor
Mark Aulisio.
John D. Lantos.
Kyle Galbraith and Joshua Perry reply.
In Practice. Jay Baruch. Hug or Ugh?
At Law. Lawrence O. Gostin. What duties do poor countries have for the health of their own people?
Policy and Politics. Glenn Cohen. Medical tourism: the view from ten thousand feet.
Essays: Five essays on what is required to ensure sports are fair.
Thomas H. Murray. Making sense of fairness in sports
Jan Todd and Terry Todd. Scenes from the front lines.
Susan Gilbert. The biological passport.
Theodore Friedman. How close are we to gene doping?
Alice Dreger. Sex typing for sport.
Aaron D. Levine. Self-regulation, compensation, and the ethical recruitment of oocyte donors.
Bernard G. Prusak. What are parents for?: reproductive ethics after the nonidentity problem.
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International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 67, # 2, 2010
Scott Sehon. The problem of evil: skeptical theism leads to moral paralysis.
Mikel Burley. Winch and Wittgenstein on moral harm and absolute safety.
T. Ryan Byerly. The ontomystical argument revisited.
Book Reviews
J.L. Schellenberg.  The will to imagine: a justification of skeptical religion.  Reviewed by Wes Morriston.
Sharon Krishek.  Kierkegaard on faith and love.  Reviewed by Ronald L. Hall.
Christopher Ben Simpson.  Religion, metaphysics, and the postmodern: William Desmond and John D. Caputo.  Reviewed by Patricia Altenbernd Johnson.
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Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 68, # 1, 2010
The 2010 Selma Jeanne Cohen Dance Prize
The 2011 John Fisher Memorial Prize
Notes from the Editor
Tiger C. Roholt.  Musical Musical Nuance.
John Zeimbekis.  Pictures and Singular Thought.
Sondra Bacharach, Deborah Tollefsen.  We Did It: From Mere Contributors to Coauthors.
G. R. F. Ferrari.  The Meaninglessness of Gardens.
Jennifer Kirchmyer Dobe.  Kant's Common Sense and the Strategy for a Deduction.
Book Reviews
Ted Cohen.  Thinking of Others: On the Talent for Metaphor.  Reviewed by Peter Kivy.
Roger Scruton.  Beauty.  Reviewed by Derek Matravers.
David Carrier.  A World Art History and Its Objects.  Reviewed by Ivan Gaskell.
Peter Lamarque.  The Philosophy of Literature.  Reviewed by John Gibson.
Carl Plantinga.  Moving Viewers: American Film and the Spectator's Experience.  Reviewed by Thomas E. Wartenberg.
Michael J. Shapiro.  Cinematic Geopolitics.  Reviewed by Hunter Vaughan.
Andrea Liss.  Feminist Art and the Maternal.  Reviewed by Sheila Lintott.
Jennifer A. McMahon.  Aesthetics and Material Beauty: Aesthetics Naturalized.  Reviewed by Dan Vaillancourt.
Tina Chanter.  The Picture of Abjection: Film, Fetish, and the Nature of Difference.  Reviewed by Russell Ford.
Garry Hagberg.  Describing Ourselves: Wittgenstein and Autobiographical Consciousness.  Reviewed by Raymond Martin.
Books Received
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Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 23, # 1-2, 2010
Special Issue: Environmental Virtue Ethics, Guest Editor: Philip Cafaro
Richard P. Haynes.  Editorial.
Philip Cafaro.  Environmental Virtue Ethics Special Issue: Introduction.
Brian Treanor.  Environmentalism and Public Virtue.
Kathryn J. Norlock.  Forgivingness, Pessimism, and Environmental Citizenship.
Allen Thompson.  Radical Hope for Living Well in a Warmer World.
Jeremy Bendik-Keymer.  Species Extinction and the Vice of Thoughtlessness: The Importance of Spiritual Exercises for Learning Virtue.
Joshua Colt Gambrel and Philip Cafaro.  The Virtue of Simplicity.
Jason Kawall.  The Epistemic Demands of Environmental Virtue.
Paul Haught.  Hume’s Knave and Nonanthropocentric Virtues.
Christine Swanton.  Heideggerian Environmental Virtue Ethics.
Ronald Sandler.  Ethical Theory and the Problem of Inconsequentialism: Why Environmental Ethicists Should be Virtue-Oriented Ethicists.
Philip Cafaro.  Patriotism as an Environmental Virtue.
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Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 36, # 4, 2010
The Concise Argument
Søren Holm.  The concise argument.
Solomon R Benatar, Peter A Singer.  Responsibilities in international research: a new look revisited.
Simon M Outram.  The use of methylphenidate among students: the future of enhancement?
Matthew J Czarny, Ruth R Faden, Jeremy Sugarman.  Bioethics and professionalism in popular television medical dramas.
Alan Cribb.  Translational ethics? The theory–practice gap in medical ethics.
Roberta L Woodgate, Marie Edwards.  Children in health research: a matter of trust.
Janet Malek.  Deciding against disability: does the use of reproductive genetic technologies express disvalue for people with disabilities?
Daniel Strech.  How factual do we want the facts? Criteria for a critical appraisal of empirical research for use in ethics.
Global medical ethics
Sahin Aksoy.  Some principles of Islamic ethics as found in Harrisian philosophy.
Law, ethics and medicine
Peter D Sozou, Sally Sheldon, Geraldine M Hartshorne.  Consent agreements for cryopreserved embryos: the case for choice.
Hilde M Buiting, Maartje A C Karelse, Hens A A Brouwers, Bregje D Onwuteaka-Philipsen, Agnes van der Heide, Johannes J M van Delden.  Dutch experience of monitoring active ending of life for newborns.
Research ethics
Ames Dhai, Harriet Etheredge, Peter Cleaton-Jones.  A pilot study evaluating an intervention designed to raise awareness of clinical trials among potential participants in the developing world.
Jean-Paul Rwabihama, Catherine Girre, Anne-Marie Duguet.  Ethics committees for biomedical research in some African emerging countries: which establishment for which independence? A comparison with the USA and Canada.
Teaching and learning ethics
Wendy Rogers, Angela Ballantyne.  Towards a practical definition of professional behaviour.
Brief report
Niklas Juth, Niels Lynöe.  Do strong value-based attitudes influence estimations of future events?
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Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 107, # 1, 2010 (Not yet online)
Jason Turner. Ontological Plurarlism.
Peter Achinstein. What to Do if You Want to Defend a Theory You Cannot Profe: A Method of “Physical Speculation.”
Memo to Authors
Special Announcement
Arthur C. Danto has stepped down from President of the Board. The new President is Akeel Bilgrami; Vice-president is Michael J. Mooney; Barbara Gimbel is the new Secretary and Liagquat Ahamed remains the Treasurer.
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Mind and Language, Vol. 25, # 2, 2010
Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Paper
Gergely Csibra.  Recognizing Communicative Intentions in Infancy.
Original Articles
Joseph Levine.  Demonstrative Thought.
Catherine Wearing.  Autism, Metaphor and Relevance Theory.
Michael Luntley.  Expectations Without Consent.
Michael Tomasello.  Origins of Human Communication.  Reviewed by Steven Gross.
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Natural Language Semantics, Vol. 17, # 4, 2009
Emmanuel Chemla. Presuppositions of quantified sentences: experimental data.
Masahiko Aihara. The scope of –est: evidence from Japanese.
Kjell Johan Sæbø. Possession and pertinence: the meaning of have.
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Neuroethics, Vol. 3, # 1, 2010
Eric Racine, Cynthia Forlini.  Cognitive Enhancement, Lifestyle Choice or Misuse of Prescription Drugs?  Ethics Blind Spots in Current Debates.
Juha Räikkä.  Brain Imaging and Privacy.
Fabrice Jotterand, Shawn M. McClintock, Archie A. Alexander, Mustafa M. Husain.  Ethics and Informed Consent of Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS) for Patients with Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD).
Andrea Lavazza, Mario De Caro.  Not so Fast. On Some Bold Neuroscientific Claims Concerning Human Agency.
Richard Dean.  Does Neuroscience Undermine Deontological Theory?
Sven Walter.  Locked-in Syndrome, BCI, and a Confusion about Embodied, Embedded, Extended, and Enacted Cognition.
Timothy Krahn, Andrew Fenton, Letitia Meynell.  Novel Neurotechnologies in Film—A Reading of Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report.
James Giordano.  The Neuroscience of Pain, and a Neuroethics of Pain Care.
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Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 33, # 1, 2010
Annalisa Coliva.  Was Wittgenstein an Epistemic Relativist?
Derek A. McDougall.  Necessities of Origin and Constitution.
Robert Wutscher, Robert P. Murphy, Walter E. Block.  Mathematics in Economics: An Austrian Methodological Critique.
Critical Notice
Charles Taylor.  A Secular Age.  Reviewed by Richard Amesbury.
Charles Taylor.  A Secular Age.  Reviewed by John Kinsey.
Holger Leerhoff.  Logische Form und Interpretation.  Reviewed by Susanne Huber.
Review Discussion
William James DeAngelis.  Reply to Professor Lagerspetz.
Olli Lagerspetz.  Reply to Professor DeAngelis.
Books Received
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 80, # 2, 2010
Masahiro Yamada.  Rule Following: A Pedestrian Approach.
John Turri.  On the Relationship Between Propositional and Doxastic Justification.
Joseph Shieber.  Between Autonomy and Authority: Kan on the Epistemic Status of Testimony.
Seth Shabo.  Uncompromising Source Incompatibilism.
A. D. Smith.  Disjunctivism and Illusion.
Leon Horsten.  Impredicative Identity Criteria.
Carl Ginet, David Palmer.  On Mele and Robb’s Indeterministic Frankfurt-Style Case.
Book Symposium: All the Power in the World
Peter Unger.  Précis of All the Power in the World.
James Van Cleve.  Matter, Space and Quality: Reflections on Unger’s All the Power in the World.
Peter Unger.  Reply to James Van Cleve.
Stephen Mumford.  No Power in Unger’s World.
Peter Unger.  Reply to Stephen Mumford.
Critical Notice
William E. Mann.  Critical Notice.
Recent Publications
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Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement, Vol. 65, # 1, 2010
Preface.  List of Contributors.
David E. Cooper.  Visions of Philosophy.
Peter van Inwagen.  Listening to Clifford's Ghost.
John Haldane.  Metaphysical (Im)mortality and Philosophical Transcendence.
Bryan Magee.  My Conception of Philosophy.
Jonathan Harrison.  Modern Philosophy.
Nicholas Capaldi.  Philosophical Amnesia.
P. M. S. Hacker.  Philosophy: A Contribution, not to Human Knowledge, but to Human Understanding.
Herman Philipse.  Can Philosophy be a Rigorous Science?
Christopher Coope.  The Doctor of Philosophy Will See You Now.
Stephen R. L. Clark.  Plotinus: Charms and Countercharms.
John Cottingham.  What is Humane Philosophy and Why is it At Risk?
Stephen Mulhall.  Why is There Something Called Philosophy Rather than Nothing?
Michela Massimi.  Philosophy and the Sciences After Kant.
Charles Travis.  The Inward Turn.
Anthony O'Hear.  Philosophy – Wisdom or Technique?
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Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 16, # 1, 2010
Special Issue Section: The Advancement of Science and the Dilemma of Dual Use / Special Section Editors: Andrzej Górski and Raymond E. Spier
Raymond E. Spier.  “Dual Use” and “Intentionality”: Seeking to Prevent the Manifestation of Deliberately Harmful Objectives.
Henk A. M. J. ten Have.  UNESCO’s Activities in Ethics.
Svitlana V. Pustovit, Erin D. Williams.  Philosophical Aspects of Dual Use Technologies.
Agnieszka Lekka-Kowalik.  Why Science cannot be Value-Free.
Emma Keuleyan.  Liberty to Decide on Dual Use Biomedical Research: An Acknowledged Necessity.
Sławomir Letkiewicz, Andrzej Górski.  The Potential Dual Use of Online Pharmacies.
Lalit Kant, D. T. Mourya.  Managing Dual Use Technology: It Takes Two to Tango.
David Friedman, Bracha Rager-Zisman, Eitan Bibi, Alex Keynan.  The Bioterrorism Threat and Dual-use Biotechnological Research: An Israeli Perspective.
Marek Czarkowski.  The Dilemma of Dual Use Biological Research: Polish Perspective.
John Forge.  A Note on the Definition of “Dual Use”.
David Koepsell.  On Genies and Bottles: Scientists’ Moral Responsibility and Dangerous Technology R&D.
T. A. Cavanaugh.  Temporal Indiscriminateness: The Case of Cluster Bombs.
Allison Ross, Nafsika Athanassoulis.  The Social Nature of Engineering and its Implications for Risk Taking.
Dimitrios Adamis, Adrian Treloar, Finbarr C. Martin, Alastair J. D. Macdonald.  Ethical Research in Delirium: Arguments for Including Decisionally Incapacitated Subjects.
Lawrence Souder.  A Rhetorical Analysis of Apologies for Scientific Misconduct: Do They Really Mean It?
Lynne E. Olson.  Developing a Framework for Assessing Responsible Conduct of Research Education Programs.
Golnaz Hashemian, Michael C. Loui.  Can Instruction in Engineering Ethics Change Students’ Feelings about Professional Responsibility?
Paul Sollie and Marcus Düwell (eds).  Evaluating New Technologies. Methodological Problems for the Ethical Assessment of Technology Developments.  Reviewed by Neelke Doorn.
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Social Epistemology, Vol. 24, # 1, 2010
John Zeis. Evidentialism versus Faith.
Benjamin K. Sovacool. Erasing Knowledge: The Discursive Structure of Globalization.
Patrick McKee; Elizabeth Tropman. “ S  Knows that p ” Expanded: Apology  20 d–24 b.
Kareem Khalifa. Social Constructivism and the Aims of Science.
Matthias Gross. The Public Proceduralization of Contingency: Bruno Latour and the Formation of Collective Experiments.
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