Tuesday, July 13, 2010

July 5-9, 2010

American Journal of Bioethics, Vol. 10, #7, 2010
American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 47, #3, 2010
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 33, #2-3, 2010
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Vol. 19, #3, 2010
Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 43, #7, 2010
Ethics and Information Technology, Vol. 12, #2, 2010
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 94, #2, 2010
Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 48, #3, 2010
Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Philosophical Review, Vol. 119, #3, 2010
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 81, #1, 2010
Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Vol. 110, Issue 1, Part 1, 2010
Social Philosophy and Policy, Vol. 27, #2, 2010
Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, Vol. 46, #1, 2010

American Journal of Bioethics, Vol. 10, #7, 2010
Summer Johnson. Disaster in the Gulf: Public Health and Public Responsibility.
Target Article
Robert Sparrow. Should Human Beings Have Sex? Sexual Dimorphism and Human Enhancement. 
Open Peer Commentaries
Ronald M. Green. The Risks of “Sexual Normalcy.”
James J. Hughes.Humans Should Be Free of All Biological Limitations Including Sex.
Thomas Douglas; Russell Powell; Katrien Devolder; Pablo Stafforini; Simon Rippon. Resisting Sparrow's Sexy Reductio: Selection Principles and the Social Good.  
Nancy J. Matchett. Sexual Dimorphism and the Value of Feminist Bioethics.
Jenny Slatman; Annemie Halsema; Guy Widdershoven. Sex and Enhancement: A Phenomenological–Existential View.
Guy Kahane; Julian Savulescu. The Value of Sex in Procreative Reasons.
Thomas Marino.Sexual Dimorphism and Sexual Intermediaries.
Kalina Kamenova. Is There a Moral Obligation to Have Children of Only One Sex?
Dan O'Connor. This Is What Happens When You Forget About Gender.
Target Article
Timothy F. Murphy. Sex, Romance, and Research Subjects: An Ethical Exploration.
Open Peer Commentaries
Michael Dunn; Mark Sheehan. No Sex Please, We're Social Scientists?
Hallie Liberto. On the Costly Compromises of Nonclinical Research Relationships.
Bridget Haire. No Sex Please in Sexuality Research.
Target Article
Fabrice Jotterand. Human Dignity and Transhumanism: Do Anthro-Technological Devices Have Moral Status?
Open Peer Commentaries
Inmaculada de Melo-Martín. Human Dignity, Transhuman Dignity, and All That Jazz.
Annelien L. Bredenoord; Rieke van der Graaf; Johannes J. M. van Delden. Toward a “Post-Posthuman Dignity Area” in Evaluating Emerging Enhancement Technologies.
Linda MacDonald Glenn; George Dvorsky. Dignity and Agential Realism: Human, Posthuman, and Nonhuman.
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American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 47, #3, 2010
Gottfried Vosgerau and Matthis Synofzik. A Cognitive Theory of Thoughts.
Kevin Meeker and Ted Poston. Skeptics without Borders.
Seth Shabo. Against Logical Versions of the Direct Argument: A New Counterexample.
Robert Schroer. How Far Can the Physical Sciences Reach?
Mikhail Valdman. The Deep Problem with Voluntaristic Theories of Political Obligation.
Benjamin Schnieder. Bad Examples?
Peter Kung and Masahiro Yamada. A Neglected Way of Begging the Question.
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Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 33, #2-3, 2010
Target Article
Joseph Henrich and Steven J. Heine and Ara Norenzayan. The weirdest people in the world?
Open Peer Commentary
Rita Astuti and Maurice Bloch. Why a theory of human nature cannot be based on the distinction between universality and variability: Lessons from anthropology.
Nicolas Baumard and Dan Sperber. Weird people, yes, but also weird experiments.
Will M. Bennis and Douglas L. Medin. Weirdness is in the eye of the beholder.
Christophe Boesch. Away from ethnocentrism and anthropocentrism: Towards a scientific understanding of “what makes us human.”
Stephen J. Ceci and Dan M. Kahan and Donald Braman. The WEIRD are even weirder than you think: Diversifying contexts is as important as diversifying samples.
Joan Y. Chiao and Bobby K. Cheon. The weirdest brains in the world.
David Danks and David Rose. Diversity in representations; uniformity in learning.
Anne Fernald. Getting beyond the “convenience sample” in research on early cognitive development.
Daniel M. T. Fessler. Cultural congruence between investigators and participants masks the unknown unknowns: Shame research as an example.
Simon Gächter. (Dis)advantages of student subjects: What is your research question?
Lowell Gaertner and Constantine Sedikides and Huajian Cai and Jonathon D. Brown. It's not WEIRD, it's WRONG: When Researchers Overlook uNderlying Genotypes, they will not detect universal processes.
Samuel D. Gosling and Carson J. Sandy and Oliver P. John and Jeff Potter. Wired but not WEIRD: The promise of the Internet in reaching more diverse samples.
Lana B. Karasik and Karen E. Adolph and Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda and Marc H. Bornstein. WEIRD walking: Cross-cultural research on motor development.
Selin Kesebir and Shigehiro Oishi and Barbara A. Spellman. The socio-ecological approach turns variance among populations from a liability to an asset.
Sangeet S. Khemlani and N. Y. Louis Lee and Monica Bucciarelli. Determinants of cognitive variability.
Vladimir J. Konečni. Responsible behavioral science generalizations and applications require much more than non-WEIRD samples.
David F. Lancy. When nurture becomes nature: Ethnocentrism in studies of human development.
David A. Leavens and Kim A. Bard and William D. Hopkins. BIZARRE chimpanzees do not represent “the chimpanzee”
Edouard Machery. Explaining why experimental behavior varies across cultures: A missing step in “The weirdest people in the world?”
Asifa Majid and Stephen C. Levinson. WEIRD languages have misled us, too.
Alexandra Maryanski. WEIRD societies may be more compatible with human nature.
Michael Meadon and David Spurrett. It's not just the subjects – there are too many WEIRD researchers.
Karthik Panchanathan and Willem E. Frankenhuis and H. Clark Barrett. Development: Evolutionary ecology's midwife.
Tage S. Rai and Alan Fiske. ODD (observation- and description-deprived) psychological research.
Philippe Rochat. What is really wrong with a priori claims of universality? Sampling, validity, process level, and the irresistible drive to reduce.
Paul Rozin. The weirdest people in the world are a harbinger of the future of the world.
Richard A. Shweder. Donald Campbell's doubt: Cultural difference or failure of communication?
Stephen Stich. Philosophy and WEIRD intuition.
Joseph Henrich and Steven J. Heine and Ara Norenzayan. eyond WEIRD: Towards a broad-based behavioral science.
Angélique O. J. Cramer and Lourens J. Waldorp and Han L. J. van der Maas and Denny Borsboom. Comorbidity: A network perspective.
Catherine Belzung and Etienne Billette de Villemeur and Mael Lemoine and Vincent Camus. Latent variables and the network perspective.
Robert F. Bornstein. The rocky road from Axis I to Axis II: Extending the network model of diagnostic comorbidity to personality pathology.
Daniel Cervone. Aligning psychological assessment with psychological science.
David Danks and Stephen Fancsali and Clark Glymour and Richard Scheines. Comorbid science?
Oliver S. P. Davis and Robert Plomin. Visualizing genetic similarity at the symptom level: The example of learning disabilities.
William Fleeson and R. Michael Furr and Elizabeth Mayfield Arnold. An agenda for symptom-based research.
Brian D. Haig and Frances M. Vertue. Extending the network perspective on comorbidity.
Nick Haslam. Symptom networks and psychiatric categories.
S. Brian Hood and Benjamin J. Lovett.Network models of psychopathology and comorbidity: Philosophical and pragmatic considerations.
Stephen M. Humphry and Joshua A. McGrane. Is there a contradiction between the network and latent variable perspectives?
Michael E. Hyland. Network origins of anxiety and depression.
Wendy Johnson and Lars Penke. The network perspective will help, but is comorbidity the question?
Robert F. Krueger and Colin G. DeYoung and Kristian E. Markon. Toward scientifically useful quantitative models of psychopathology: The importance of a comparative approach.
Keith A. Markus. Questions about networks, measurement, and causation.
Dennis J. McFarland and Loretta S. Malta. Symptoms as latent variables.
Peter C. M. Molenaar. Latent variable models are network models.
Don Ross. Some mental disorders are based on networks, others on latent variables.
Aribert Rothenberger and Tobias Banaschewski and Andreas Becker and Veit Roessner. Comorbidity: The case of developmental psychopathology.
Orly Rubinsten and Avishai Henik. Comorbidity: Cognition and biology count!
Angelica Staniloiu and Hans J. Markowitsch. Looking at comorbidity through the glasses of neuroscientific memory research: A brain-network perspective.
Dana Tzur-Bitan and Nachshon Meiran and Golan Shahar. The importance of modeling comorbidity using an intra-individual, time-series approach.
Sophie van der Sluis and Kees-Jan Kan and Conor V. Dolan. Consequences of a network view for genetic association studies.
Paul L. C. van Geert and Henderien W. Steenbeek. Networks as complex dynamic systems: Applications to clinical and developmental psychology and psychopathology.
Sam Wass and Annette Karmiloff-Smith. The missing developmental dimension in the network perspective.
Juliana Yordanova and Vasil Kolev and Roumen Kirov and Aribert Rothenberger. Comorbidity in the context of neural network properties.
Peter Zachar. The abandonment of latent variables: Philosophical considerations.
Author's Response
Angélique O. J. Cramer and Lourens J. Waldorp and Han L. J. van der Maas and Denny Borsboom. Complex realities require complex theories: Refining and extending the network approach to mental disorders.
Target Article
Edouard Machery. Précis of Doing without Concepts.
Open Peer Commentary
Thomas Blanchard. Default knowledge, time pressure, and the theory-theory of concepts.
Justin J. Couchman, Joseph Boomer, Mariana V. C. Coutinho and J. David Smith. Carving nature at its joints using a knife called concepts.  
David Danks . Not different kinds, just special cases.
Guy Dove. An additional heterogeneity hypothesis. 
Kevan Edwards. Unity amidst heterogeneity in theories of concepts. 
Chad Gonnerman and Jonathan M. Weinberg. Two uneliminated uses for “concepts”: Hybrids and guides for inquiry.  
James A. Hampton. Concept talk cannot be avoided.
Stevan Harnad. Eliminating the “concept” concept.   
Brett K. Hayes and Lauren Kearney. Defending the concept of “concepts.”   
Anne J. Jacobson. The faux, fake, forged, false, fabricated, and phony: Problems for the independence of similarity-based theories of concepts.
Frank Keil. Hybrid vigor and conceptual structure.
Sangeet S. Khemlani and Geoffrey Goodwin. The function and representation of concepts. 
Elisabetta Lalumera. Concepts are a functional kind.  
Tania Lombrozo. From conceptual representations to explanatory relations. 
Eric Margolis and Stephen Laurence. Concepts and theoretical unification.  
Arthur B. Markman. Where are nature's joints? Finding the mechanisms underlying categorization.  
Georges Rey. Concepts versus conceptions (again).  
Richard Samuels and Michael Ferreira. Why don't concepts constitute a natural kind?  
Andrea Scarantino. Evidence of coordination as a cure for concept eliminativism.
Susan Schneider. Conceptual atomism rethought.  
Nina Strohminger and Bradley W. Moore. Banishing the thought.
James Virtel and Gualtiero Piccinini. Are prototypes and exemplars used in distinct cognitive processes?
Haley A. Vlach, Lauren Krogh, Emily E. Thom and Catherine M. Sandhofer. Doing with development: Moving toward a complete theory of concepts.
Daniel A. Weiskopf.  The theoretical indispensability of concepts.
Yevdokiya Yermolayeva and David H. Rakison. Developing without concepts.
Safa Zaki and Joe Cruz. Parsimony and the triple-system model of concepts.
Authors' Response   
Edouard Machery. The heterogeneity of knowledge representation and the elimination of concept.
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Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Vol. 19, #3, 2010
Special Section: International Voices 2010
Guest Editorial: Ignoring the Social and Cultural Context of Bioethics Is Unacceptable by Renée C. Fox and Judith P. Swazey.
Japanese Childhood Vaccination Policy By Peter Doshi And Akira Akabayashi.
Mental Health Acts In Canada By Alister Browne.
Bioethics In Iceland  By Vilhjálmur Árnason.
Transatlantic Issues: Report From Scotland By David M. Shaw.
Autonomy, Human Dignity, And The Right To Healthcare: A Dutch Perspective  By Martin Buijsen.
“Liberty, Solidarity, Fairness”: A Personal View Of The French Healthcare System  By Michel Roth.
Current Changes In German Abortion Law  By Daniela Reitz And Gerd Richter.
Capacity And Consent In England And Wales: The Mental Capacity Act Under Scrutiny  By Peter Herissone-Kelly.
“Indigenizing” Bioethics: The First Center For Bioethics In Pakistan By Aamir M. Jafarey And Farhat Moazam.
Commanding The “Be Fruitful And Multiply” Directive: Reproductive Ethics, Law, And Policy In Israel By Daniel Sperling.
The Englaro Case: Withdrawal Of Treatment From A Patient In A Permanent Vegetative State In Italy By Sofia Moratti.
The Cultural Context Of End-Of-Life Ethics: A Comparison Of Germany And Israel By Silke Schicktanz And Aviad Raz And Carmel Shalev.
Developing A Model Of Healthcare Ethics Support In Croatia By Ana Borovečki And Ksenija Makar-Ausperger And Igor Francetić And Sanja Babić-Bosnac And Bert Gordijn And Norbert Steinkamp And Stjepan Orešković.
CQ Sources/Bibliography by Bette Anton.
Ethics Committees at Work
The Case: The “Ashley Treatment” Revisited by RUCHIKA MISHRA.
Commentary: What Kind of Fire or Whose Feet? by John J. Paris and M. Patrick Moore.
Commentary: Calibrating the Moral Compass by Ian R. Holzman.
Commentary: Who Should Take on the Responsibility of Decisionmaking? by Nafsika Athanassoulis.
Commentary: Weighing the Balance by Amnon Goldworth.
What Actually Happened
When Any Answer Is a Good Answer: A Mandated-Choice Model for Advance Directives by JACOB APPEL.
Abstracts of Note: The Bioethics Literature
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Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 43, #7, 2010
Kenneth F. Greene. The Political Economy of Authoritarian Single-Party Dominance.
Sebnem Gumuscu. Class, Status, and Party: The Changing Face of Political Islam in Turkey and Egypt
Jason Jordan. Institutional Feedback and Support for the Welfare State: The Case of National Health Care.
Dan Slater and Erica Simmons. Informative Regress: Critical Antecedents in Comparative Politics.
Abbey Steele. Book Review: Booth, J. A., & Seligson, M. A. (2009). The Legitimacy Puzzle in Latin America: Political Support and Democracy in Eight Nations. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
John P. Moran. Book Review: Merolla, J. L., & Zechmeister, E. J. (2009). Democracy at Risk: How Terrorist Threats Affect the Public. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Dagmar Radin. Book Review: Roberts, A. (2009). The Quality of Democracy in Eastern Europe: Public Preferences and Policy Reforms. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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Ethics and Information Technology, Vol. 12, #2, 2010
Special Issue Section: Social Networking Sites
Eamon Daly. Personal autonomy in the travel panopticon.
Robert G. Magee and Sriram Kalyanaraman. The perceived moral qualities of web sites: implications for persuasion processes in human–computer interaction.
Marcus Schulzke. Defending the morality of violent video games.
David Wright and Kush Wadhwa. Mainstreaming the e-excluded in Europe: strategies, good practices and some ethical issues.
Shannon Vallor. Social networking technology and the virtues.
Christian Fuchs. studiVZ: social networking in the surveillance society.
James L. Parrish. PAPA knows best: Principles for the ethical sharing of information on social networking sites
Yoni Van Den Eede. “Conversation of Mankind” or “idle talk”?: a pragmatist approach to Social Networking Sites.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 94, #2, 2010
Thomas Li-Ping Tang. From Increasing Gas Efficiency to Enhancing Creativity: It Pays to Go Green.
Eleanor R.E. O’Higgins. Corporations, Civil Society, and Stakeholders: An Organizational Conceptualization.
Emma Sjöström. Shareholders as Norm Entrepreneurs for Corporate Social Responsibility.
Long-Chuan Lu and Chia-Ju Lu.  Moral Philosophy, Materialism, and Consumer Ethics: An Exploratory Study in Indonesia.
Pepijn K. C. van de Pol and Frank G. A. de Bakker. Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Pharmaceuticals as a Matter of Corporate Social Responsibility?
Thomas A. Hemphill. Extraordinary Pricing of Orphan Drugs: Is it a Socially Responsible Strategy for the U.S. Pharmaceutical Industry?
Javier Gil-Bazo, Pablo Ruiz-Verdú and André A. P. Santos. The Performance of Socially Responsible Mutual Funds: The Role of Fees and Management Companies.
Ingo Pies, Markus Beckmann and Stefan Hielscher. Value Creation, Management Competencies, and Global Corporate Citizenship: An Ordonomic Approach to Business Ethics in the Age of Globalization.
Bulent Menguc, Seigyoung Auh and Lucie Ozanne.  The Interactive Effect of Internal and External Factors on a Proactive Environmental Strategy and its Influence on a Firm's Performance
Chong Ju Choi, Sae Won Kim and Jai Beom Kim. Globalizing Business Ethics Research and the Ethical Need to Include the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid Countries: Redefining the Global Triad as Business Systems and Institutions.
Erratum to:
Chong Ju Choi, Sae Won Kim and Jai Beom Kim. Globalizing Business Ethics Research and the Ethical Need to Include the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid Countries: Redefining the Global Triad as Business Systems and Institutions.
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Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 48, #3, 2010
Craig Martin. The Ends of Weather: Teleology in Renaissance Meteorology.
Matt Hettche. Descartes and the Augustinian Tradition of Devotional Meditation: Tracing a Minim Connection.
Houston Smit. Apriority, Reason, and Induction in Hume.
Karin de Boer. Hegel's Account of Contradiction in the Science of Logic Reconsidered.
Jeffrey Hoover The Mediated Self and Immediate Self-Consciousness in Schleiermacher's Mature Philosophy.
Book Reviews
Paula Gottlieb. The Virtue of Aristotle's Ethics. Review by Matthew Walker.
Averroes (Ibn Rushd) of Cordoba. Long Commentary on the De Anima of Aristotle. Translated with an introduction and notes by Richard C. Taylor, with Thérèse-Anne Druart, subeditor. Review by Kara Richardson.
Helen Hattab. Descartes on Forms and Mechanisms. Review by Steven Nadler.
Paul Russell. The Riddle of Hume's Treatise :Skepticism, Naturalism, and Irreligion. Review by Colin Heydt.
Kurt Mosser. Necessity and Possibility: The Logical Strategy of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. Review by Philip Dwyer.
John Michael Krois, hrsg. Ernst Cassirer. Ausgewählter wissenschaftlicher Briefwechsel. Review by Thora Ilin Bayer.
Martin Heidegger. Basic Concepts of Aristotelian Philosophy. Translated by Robert D. Metcalf and Mark B. Tanzer. Review by Shawn Loht.
Thomas Wheatland. The Frankfurt School in Exile. Review by Eric S. Nelson.
Books Received // JHP Announcements
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Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Richard Joyce and Simon Kirchin (eds.), A World without Values: Essays on John Mackie's Moral Error Theory. Review by Hallvard Lillehammer. 
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Philosophical Review, Vol. 119, #3, 2010
Thomas Sattig. Compatibilism and Coincidence.
John Martin Fischer. The Frankfurt Cases: The Moral of the Stories.
Stuart Brock. The Creationist Fiction: The Case against Creationism about Fictional Characters.
Joseph Levine. The Q Factor: Modal Rationalism versus Modal Autonomism.
Book Reviews
David Pears. Paradox and Platitude in Wittgenstein’s Philosophy. Review by Roger M. White.
Robert Stalnaker. Our Knowledge of the Internal World. Review by Ofra Magidor.
Ishtiyaque Haji. Incompatibilism’s Allure: Principal Arguments for Incompatibilism. Review by Stephen Kearns.
Garry L. Hageberg, ed. Art and Ethical Criticism. Review by Andrew McGonigal.
Glenn Parsons and Allen Carlson. Functional Beauty. Review by Bradley Murray.
Books Received
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 81, #1, 2010
Hemdat Lerman. Non-Conceptual Experiential Content And Reason-Giving.
David Sanson, Ben Caplan. The Way Things Were*
Nellie Wieland. Context Sensitivity And Indirect Reports.
Michael Pelczar. Must An Appearance Of Succession Involve A Succession Of Appearances?
Samuel Newlands. The Harmony Of Spinoza And Leibniz.
Mark Textor. Proper Names And Practices: On Reference Without Referents1
Philip Goff. Ghosts And Sparse Properties: Why Physicalists Have More To Fear From Ghosts Than Zombies.
Edward Wilson Averill, Allan Hazlett. A Problem For Relational Theories Of Color.
Brad Thompson. The Spatial Content Of Experience.
David Christensen. Higher-Order Evidence1
Book Symposium
The Second-Person Standpoint: Morality, Respect and Accountability
Stephen Darwall. Précis: The Second-Person Standpoint
Tamar Schapiro. Desires As Demands: How The Second-Person Standpoint Might Be Internal To Reflective Agency.
Michael Smith, Jada Twedt Strabbing. Moral Obligation, Accountability, And Second-Personal Reasons
Gideon Yaffe. Comment On Stephen Darwall's The Second Person Standpoint: Morality, Respect And Accountability.
Stephen Darwall. Reply To Schapiro, Smith/Strabbing, And Yaffe.
Recent Publications
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Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Vol. 110, Issue 1, Part 1, 2010
Presidential Address
I. Simon Blackburn. The Steps from Doing to Saying.

II. John Campbell. Control Variables and Mental Causation.
III. Stephen Darwall. Moral Obligation: Form and Substance.

IV. Lucy Allais. Kant's Argument for Transcendental Idealism in the Transcendental Aesthetic.
V. Matthew Kennedy. Naive Realism and Experential Evidence.
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Social Philosophy and Policy, Vol. 27, #2, 2010
Special Issue: Moral Obligation
Charles Larmore. Reflection and Morality.
Terry Horgan and Mark Timmons. Untying A Knot From The Inside Out: Reflections On The “Paradox” Of Supererogation.
Holly M. Smith. Subjective Rightness.
Thomas Hurka. Underivative Duty: Prichard On Moral Obligation.
Stephen Darwall. “But It Would Be Wrong.”
John Skorupski. Moral Obligation, Blame, And Self-Governance.
Patricia Greenspan. Making Room for options: Moral Reasons, imperfect duties, and choice.
Paul Guyer. The obligation to be virtuous: Kant’s conception of the TUGENDVERPFLICHTUNG.
Andrew Jason Cohen. A conceptual and (preliminary normative exploration of waste.
Bernard R. Boxill. The duty to seek peace.
R.G. Frey. Goals, Luck, and Moral Obligation.
H. Tristram Engelhardt. Moral obligation after the death of God: critical reflections on concerns from Immanuel Kant, G.W.F. Hegel, and Elizabeth Anscombe.
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Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, Vol. 46, #1, 2010
A Symposium in Memory of Peter H. Hare, Guest Editors, Joseph Palencik and Russell Pryba
Introduction. Joseph Palencik and Russell Pryba.
Joseph Margolis. A Word of Thanks for Peter Hare’s Patience.
Vincent Colapietro. Present at the End? Who Will Be there When the Last Stone is Thrown?
John Corcoran. Peter Hare on the Proposition.
Kelly A. Parker. Takin’ It to the Streets: Hare and Madden on Civil Disobedience.
Russell Pryba. Flexible Realism, Flexibility, and Holism.
John Ducasse and John R. Shook. Peter Hare on the Philosophy of Curt.
David Koepsell. Peter Hare and the Problem of Evil.
Charlene Haddock Siegfried. The Workshop of Being.
Joseph Palencik. Deep Conceptual Play in James and Hare.
John J. McDermott. Philosophical Remarks on Peter Hare.
John Lachs. Grieving a Consummate Professional.
Winfried Nöth.  The Criterion of Habit in Peirce’s Definitions of the Symbol.
Richard Kenneth Atkins. An “Entirely Different Set of Categories” : Peirce’s Material Categories.
Lucio Angelo Privitello. Josiah Royce and the Problems of Philosophical Pedagogy.
Dave S. Clarke. Some Pragmatist Themes. Review by Andew Howat.
Michael Sullivan. Legal Pragmatism: Community, Rights, and Democracy. Review by Kory Spencer Sorrell.
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