Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Oct. 25- 29, 2010

Behavioral and Brain Science, Vol. 33, #4, 2010
Foundations of Science, Vol. 15, #4, 2010
History and Philosophy of Logic, Vol. 31, #4, 2010
International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 67, #3, 2010
International Journal of the Classical Tradition, Vol. 17, #3, 2010
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 23, #6, 2010
Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 48, #4, 2010
Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 18, #4, 2010
Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 71, #4, 2010
Metaphilosophy, Vol. 41, #5, 2010
Metascience, Vol. 19, #3, 2010
Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Oxford Studies in Early Modern Philosophy, Vol. V, 2010
Philosophical Books, Vol. 51, #3, 2010
Philosopher’s Imprint
Philosophy: Journal of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, Vol. 85, #4, 2010
Ratio, Vol. 23, #4, 2010
Social Epistemology, Vol. 24, #4, 2010
Synthese, Vol. 177, #1, 2010

Behavioral and Brain Science, Vol. 33, #4, 2010
Target Article  
Michael L. Anderson. Neural reuse: A fundamental organizational principle of the brain. 
Open Peer Commentary  
Daniela Aisenberg and Avishai Henik. Reuse or re-function? 
John A. Bargh, Lawrence E. Williams, Julie Y. Huang, Hyunjin Song and Joshua M. Ackerman. From the physical to the psychological: Mundane experiences influence social judgment and interpersonal behavior.     
Vincent Bergeron. Neural reuse and cognitive homology.     
Bruce Bridgeman. Neural reuse implies distributed coding.    
Maria Brincker. Sensorimotor grounding and reused cognitive domains.      
Tessa M. Dekker and Annette Karmiloff-Smith. The importance of ontogenetic change in typical and atypical development.      
Francesco Donnarumma, Roberto Prevete and Giuseppe Trautteur. How and over what timescales does neural reuse actually occur?      
William Fishbein, Hiuyan Lau, Rafael DeJesús and Sara Elizabeth Alger. Sleep, neural reuse, and memory consolidation processes.      
Lucia Foglia and Rick Grush. Reuse (neural, bodily, and environmental) as a fundamental organizational principle of human cognition.      
Antoni Gomila and Paco Calvo. Understanding brain circuits and their dynamics.      
Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Joan Y. Chiao and Alan P. Fiske. Neural reuse in the social and emotional brain.      
Atsushi Iriki. Neural reuse: A polysemous and redundant biological system subserving niche-construction.      
Justin A. Jungé and Daniel C. Dennett. Multi-use and constraints from original use.      
Paul S. Katz. Comparative studies provide evidence for neural reuse.      
Julian Kiverstein. No bootstrapping without semantic inheritance.      
Colin Klein. Redeployed functions versus spreading activation: A potential confound.      
Barry Lia. Implications of neural reuse for brain injury therapy: Historical note on the work of Kurt Goldstein.      
Björn Lindblom. Reuse in the brain and elsewhere.      
Nicolas Michaux, Mauro Pesenti, Arnaud Badets, Samuel Di Luca and Michael Andres. Let us redeploy attention to sensorimotor experience.      
David S. Moore and Chris Moore. Neural reuse as a source of developmental homology.      
Jeremy E. Niven and Lars Chittka. Reuse of identified neurons in multiple neural circuits.      
Alexander A. Petrov, David J. Jilk and Randall C. O'Reilly. The Leabra architecture: Specialization without modularity.      
Cristina D. Rabaglia and Gary F. Marcus. Neural reuse and human individual differences.      
Mark Reimers. Reuse of molecules and of neural circuits.     
J. Brendan Ritchie and Peter Carruthers. Massive modularity is consistent with most forms of neural reuse.      
Paul Rozin. More than modularity and metaphor: The power of preadaptation and access.      
Ann Speed, Stephen J. Verzi, John S. Wagner and Christina Warrender. Optical holography as an analogue for a neural reuse mechanism.      
Alexia Toskos Dils and Stephen J. Flusberg. Massive redeployment or distributed modularity?      
Oscar Vilarroya. Belling the cat: Why reuse theory is not enough.      
Author's Response  
Michael L. Anderson. Cortex in context: Response to commentaries on neural reuse.      
Target Article  
Joshua Knobe. Person as scientist, person as moralist.      
Open Peer Commentary  
Joshua Alexander, Ronald Mallon and Jonathan M. Weinberg. Competence: What's in? What's out? Who knows?      
Mark Alicke and David Rose. Culpable control or moral concepts?      
Marcus Vinícius C. Baldo and Anouk Barberousse. Person as moralist and scientist.      
Karen Bartsch and Tess N. Young. Reasoning asymmetries do not invalidate theory-theory.      
Berit Brogaard. “Stupid people deserve what they get”: The effects of personality assessment on judgments of intentional action.      
Jeremy I. M. Carpendale, Stuart I. Hammond and Charlie Lewis. The social origin and moral nature of human thinking.     
Florian Cova, Emmanuel Dupoux and Pierre Jacob. Moral evaluation shapes linguistic reports of others' psychological states, not theory-of-mind judgments.     
Paul Egré. Qualitative judgments, quantitative judgments, and norm-sensitivity.      
Herbert Gintis. Modalities of word usage in intentionality and causality.      
Vittorio Girotto, Luca Surian and Michael Siegal. Morals, beliefs, and counterfactuals.      
Steve Guglielmo. Questioning the influence of moral judgment.      
Frank Hindriks. Person as lawyer: How having a guilty mind explains attributions of intentional agency.     
Nicholas Humphrey. Person as moral scientist.      
Min Ju Kang and Michael Glassman. The cultural capital of the moralist and the scientist.      
Tamar A. Kreps and Benoît Monin. Are mental states assessed relative to what most people “should” or “would” think? Prescriptive and descriptive components of expected attitudes.      
Tamar Kushnir and Nadia Chernyak. Understanding the adult moralist requires first understanding the child scientist.      
Neil Levy. Scientists and the folk have the same concepts.      
Tania Lombrozo and Kevin Uttich. Putting normativity in its proper place.      
Eric Mandelbaum and David Ripley. Expectations and morality: A dilemma.      
Peter Menzies. Norms, causes, and alternative possibilities.      
Bence Nanay. Neither moralists, nor scientists: We are counterfactually reasoning animals.      
Thomas M. Scanlon. Ambiguity of “intention”.      
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong. Alternatives and defaults: Knobe's two explanations of how moral judgments influence intuitions about intentionality and causation.      
David Spurrett and Jeffrey Martin. “Very like a whale”: Analogies about the mind need salient similarity to convey information.      
Stephen Stich and Tomasz Wysocki. Are we really moralizing creatures through and through?      
Luisa Terroni and Renerio Fraguas. Depression affecting moral judgment.      
Joseph Ulatowski and Justus Johnson. Fixing the default position in Knobe's competence model.      
Author's Response  
Joshua Knobe. The person as moralist account and its alternatives.    
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Foundations of Science, Vol. 15, #4, 2010
Special Issue Section: Evolution and Development of the Universe, Part III Philosophy and big questions
Vuk Uskoković. Major Challenges for the Modern Chemistry in Particular and Science in General.
Francis Heylighen. The Self-Organization of Time and Causality: Steps Towards Understanding the Ultimate Origin.
Stanley N. Salthe. Development (and Evolution) of the Universe.
Louis Crane. Possible Implications of the Quantum Theory of Gravity: An Introduction to the Meduso-Anthropic Principle.
Clément Vidal. Computational and Biological Analogies for Understanding Fine-Tuned Parameters in Physics.
John E. Stewart. The Meaning of Life in a Developing Universe.
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History and Philosophy of Logic, Vol. 31, #4, 2010
Main Articles
Massimo Mugnai. Logic and Mathematics in the Seventeenth Century.
Stefania Centrone. Functions in Frege, Bolzano and Husserl.
Frank Markham Brown. McColl and Minimization.
Curtis Franks. Cut as Consequence.
Jan Woleński and Joseph Agassi . Łukasiewicz and Popper on Induction.
Book Reviews
Carl Stumpf und Gottlob Frege
The Philosophy of David Kaplan
Logicomix: An Epic Search for Truth
Logic in Religious Discourse

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International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 67, #3, 2010
Andrei A. Buckareff and Joel S. Van Wagenen. Surviving resurrection.
Leonard Angel. The importance of physicalism in the philosophy of religion.
Matthew I. Burch. Blurred vision: Marion on the ‘possibility’ of revelation.
T. J. Mawson. Praying to stop being an atheist.
Chris L. Firestone: Kant and theology at the boundaries of reason (Transcending Boundaries in Philosophy and Theology). Review by Robert Gressis.
James A. Keller. Books received.
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International Journal of the Classical Tradition, Vol. 17, #3, 2010
Pieter De Leemans. Aristotle Transmitted: Reflections on the Transmission of Aristotelian Scientific Thought in the Middle Ages.
Richard Gaskin. Bentley’s classicism, Paradise Lost, and the Schema Horatianum.
John Talbot. James Henry’s Poems and the Aeneidea.
James I. Porter. The Death Masque of Socrates: Nabokov’s Invitation to a Beheading.
Federico Santangelo. The importance of talking to the emperor: Italo Calvino’s Nerone e Berta.
Review Article
Jon Solomon. Film Philology: Towards Effective Theories and Methodologies.
Book Reviews
Aeschylus, Persians and other plays, trans. Christopher Collard, ser. Oxford World’s Classics. Review by A. F. Garvie.
Kelly Olson, Dress and the Roman Woman. Self-presentation and Society. Review by Judith Lynn Sebesta.
Denis Feeney, Caesar’s Calendar: Ancient Time and the Beginnings of History, Sather Classical Lectures 65. Review by Michele Renee Salzman.
Maria Wyke, Caesar: a Life in Western Culture. Review by Josiah Osgood.
Victoria Rimell, Ovid’s Lovers: Desire, Difference and the Poetic Imagination. Review by Ulrich Schmitzer.
Jo-Marie Claassen, Ovid Revisited: The Poet in Exile. Review by Barbara Pavlock.
Peter M. Edwell, Between Rome and Persia: The Middle Euphrates, Mesopotamia and Palmyra under Roman Control, ser. Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies. Review by Josef Wiesehöfer.
Tanya M. Caldwell, Virgil Made English: The Decline of Classical Authority. Review by Stuart Gillespie.
Publications received

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Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 23, #6, 2010
Richard P. Haynes. From the Editor.
Anne Ingeborg Myhr. A Precautionary Approach to Genetically Modified Organisms: Challenges and Implications for Policy and Science.
Frøydis Gillund and Anne Ingeborg Myhr. Perspectives on Salmon Feed: A Deliberative Assessment of Several Alternative Feed Resources.
Filiep Vanhonacker, Els Van Poucke, Frank Tuyttens and Wim Verbeke. Citizens’ Views on Farm Animal Welfare and Related Information Provision: Exploratory Insights from Flanders, Belgium.
Harvey S. James and Mary K. Hendrickson. Are Farmers of the Middle Distinctively “Good Stewards”? Evidence from the Missouri Farm Poll, 2006.
Book Reviews
Darko Radovic (ed): Eco-Urbanity: Towards Well-Mannered Built Environments. Review by Christy Spackman.
Minteer, Ben A. (ed.): Nature in Common? Environmental Ethics and the Contested Foundations of Environmental Policy. Review by Samuel Snyder.
Jack E. Davis: An Everglades Providence: Marjory Stoneman Douglas and the American Environmental Century. Review by Doug Seale.
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Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 48, #4, 2010
Suzanne Obdrzalek. Moral Transformation and the Love of Beauty in Plato’s Symposium.
Dale Dorsey. Hutcheson’s Deceptive Hedonism.
Nedim Nomer. Fichte and the Relationship between Self-Positing and Rights.
Anthony Skelton. Henry Sidgwick’s Moral Epistemology.
Book Reviews
Iakovos Vasiliou. Aiming at Virtue in Plato. Review by Rachel Barney.
Wilfried Kühn. Quel savoir après le scepticisme? Plotin et ses prédécesseurs sur la connaissance de soi. Review by Lloyd P. Gerson.
Denis the Carthusian. Vices and Virtues. Review by R. E. Houser.
Walter Ott. Causation & Laws of Nature in Early Modern Philosophy. Review by Eric Stencil.
Raffaella De Rosa. Descartes and the Puzzle of Sensory Representation. Review by Richard A. Watson.
Ursula Goldenbaum and Douglas Jesseph, editors. Infinitesimal Differences: Controversies between Leibniz and his Contemporaries. Review by Françoise Monnoyeur-Broitman.
Todd Ryan. Pierre Bayle’s Cartesian Metaphysics: Rediscovering Early Modern Philosophy. Review by Robert Sparling.
Robert J. Fogelin. Hume’s Skeptical Crisis: A Textual Study. Review by Benjamin Hill.
Arthur RIpstein. Force and Freedom: Kant’s Legal and Political Philosophy. Review by Alyssa R. Bernstein.
Robert C. Clewis. The Kantian Sublime and the Revelation of Freedom. Review by Aaron Bunch.
Richard McCarty. Kant’s Theory of Action. Review by Lara Denis.
Arthur Melnick. Kant’s Theory of Self. Review by Apaar Kumar.
Julie E. Maybee. Picturing Hegel: An Illustrated Guide to Hegel’s Encyclopaedia Logic. Review by James A. Dunson III.
Ben Wempe. T.H. Green’s Theory of Positive Freedom: From Metaphysics to Political Theory. Review by James W. Allard.
Lee Braver. A Thing of This World: A History of Continental Anti-Realism. Review by Santiago Zabala.
Books Received // JHP Announcements // Contents for Volume XLVIII
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Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 18, #4, 2010
Original Articles
Richard Holton. The Exception Proves the Rule.
Amitai Etzioni. Is Transparency the Best Disinfectant?
Alexander S. Kirshner. Proceduralism and Popular Threats to Democracy.
James Pattison. Deeper Objections to the Privatisation of Military Force.
Melissa Schwartzberg. Shouts, Murmurs and Votes: Acclamation and Aggregation in Ancient Greece.
Katrin Flikschuh. Kant's Sovereignty Dilemma: A Contemporary Analysis.
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Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 71, #4, 2010

Kenneth Gouwens. Erasmus, "Apes of Cicero," and Conceptual Blending.
Michael W. Hickson. The Message of Bayle's Last Title: Providence and Toleration in the Entretiens de Maxime et de Thémiste.
Chris Pierson. The Reluctant Pirate: Godwin, Justice, and Property.
Erik Linstrum. Strauss's Life of Jesus: Publication and the Politics of the German Public Sphere.
Benjamin Crowe. Faith and Value: Heinrich Rickert's Theory of Religion.
Katherine Jane Davies. A "Third way" Catholic Intellectual: Charles Du Bos, Tragedy, and Ethics in Interwar Paris.
John H. Zammito, Karl Menges, and Ernest A. Menze. Johann Gottfried Herder Revisited: The Revolution in Scholarship in the Last Quarter Century.
Notices// Contents// Index
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Metaphilosophy, Vol. 41, #5, 2010
Alexander Paseau. A Puzzle About Naturalism.
Genia Schönbaumsfeld. A “Resolute” Later Wittgenstein?
Michael Buckley. The Structure Of Justification In Political Constructivism.
Colin Koopman. Historicism In Pragmatism: Lessons In Historiography And Philosophy.
Armen T. Marsoobian. Editor's Note.
David Weissman. Some Thoughts About The Requirements For Reviewing Books.
Bas C. van Fraassen. Scientific Representation: Paradoxes of Perspective. Review by Sam Mitchell.
Raymond Geuss. Philosophy and Real Politics. Review by Nicholas Joll.
Daniel Sperling. Posthumous Interests: Legal and Ethical Perspectives. Review by James Stacey Taylor.
Books Received  // Notes On Contributors // Author Index Volume 41
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Metascience, Vol. 19, #3, 2010
Book Symposiums
Rom Harré, Paul Needham, Eric Scerri and Alan Chalmers. A revisionist history of atomism- Chalmers, Alan. The Scientist’s atom and the Philosopher’s stone: how science succeeded and philosophy failed to gain knowledge of atoms.
Hasok Chang, Alfred Nordmann, Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent and Jonathan Simon. Ask not what philosophy can do for chemistry, but what chemistry can do for philosophy- Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent and Jonathan Simon: Chemistry: The Impure Science. 
Reviews (Survey, Book, Essay)
Absolute beginners: learning philosophy by learning Descartes and Berkeley- C. G. Prado: Starting with Descartes. Review by Fred Ablondi.
Leibniz and the foundations of natural philosophy- Daniel Garber: Leibniz: body, substance, monad. Review by Michael Futch.
Studies in Leibniz’s natural philosophy- Michael J. Futch, Leibniz’s metaphysics of time and space. Review by Edward Slowik.
Causation and powers in the seventeenth century- Walter Ott: Causation and laws of nature in early modern philosophy. Review by P. J. E. Kail.
Perspectives on causes and dispositions- Toby Handfield (ed): Dispositions and causes. Review by Max Kistler.
Measuring and governing- John T. Roberts: The Law-Governed Universe. Review by Michael Baumgartner.
Neo-Aristotelian mereology- Kathrin Koslicki: The structure of objects. Review by Ralf M. Bader.
Truth and being- E.J. Lowe and A. Rami (eds): Truth and truth-making. Review by Chris Daly.
New light on science, medicine, and engineering under Hitler. Review by Mark Walker.
Science and political power- Susanne Heim, Carola Sachse, and Mark Walker: The Kaiser Wilhelm Society under National Socialism. Review by Charles Thorpe.
Complex science for a complex world- Sandra D. Mitchell: Unsimple truths: science, complexity, and policy. Review by Bruce R. Long.
Three revolutions?- Friedel Weinert, Copernicus, Darwin, & Freud: revolutions in the history and philosophy of science. Review by Harold I. Brown.
Challenges to decision theory- José Luis Bermúdez: Decision theory and rationality. Review by Katie Steele.
Popper’s debt to psychology- Stefano Gattei: Karl Popper’s philosophy of science: rationality without foundations. Review by Michel ter Hark.
What is characteristic of Latin American philosophy?- Susana Nuccetelli, Ofelia Schutte, and Otávio Bueno (eds): A companion to Latin American philosophy. Review by C. Ulises Moulines.
Towards an ontology of culture- Joseph Margolis: Culture and cultural entities. Towards a new unity of science, 2nd ed. (Synthese Library, vol. 170). Review by Dimitri Ginev.
The presocratic origins of modern science- Constantine J. Vamvacas: The founders of western thought—the presocratics: a diachronic parallelism between presocratic thought and philosophy and the natural sciences (trans. by Robert Crist). Review by Luciano Boschiero.
An anthropological approach to French nuclear power- Gabrielle Hecht: The Radiance of France: Nuclear Power and National Identity after World War II. New edition with a foreword by Michel Callon and new afterword by the author. Review by Grégoire Mallard.
In a Yucca-tomic Pickle- J. Samuel Walker: The Road to Yucca Mountain: The Development of Radioactive Waste Policy in the United States. Review by Linda Marie Richards.
Historical perspectives on Chinese metallurgy- Joseph Needham: science and civilisation in China, volume 5, chemistry and chemical technology, part 11: ferrous metallurgy, Donald B. Wagner (ed). Review by Dagmar Schäfer.
The chemistry of the separate condenser- David P. Miller: James Watt, Chemist: Understanding the origins of the steam age. Review by Keith Hutchison.
Modern chemistry, red in tooth and claw- Patrick Coffey: Cathedrals of science. The personalities and rivalries that made modern chemistry. Review by Ana Simões.
Science studies comes to market- Donald A. MacKenzie: Material markets: how economic agents are constructed (Clarendon lectures in management studies). Review by Declan Kuch.
Fact and friction- Park Doing: Velvet revolution at the synchrotron: biology, physics, and change in science. Review by Cyrus C. M. Mody.
Tales of two women- Elly Teman, Birthing a mother: the surrogate body and the pregnant self. Review by Donna A. Messner.
Great pains to define trauma- Didier Fassin and Richard Rechtman: The empire of trauma: an inquiry into the condition of victimhood. Review by Shameran Slewa-Younan.
A tale of secret vices- Mason Diane: The secret vice: masturbation in Victorian fiction and medical culture. Review by Elizabeth Stephens.
Savoy, 1822: a peasant girl and her doctor- Jan Goldstein: Hysteria complicated by ecstasy: the case of Nanette Leroux. Review by Peter McPhee.
Utopian technocrats and the regulation of biotechnology in Australia- R. Hindmarsh: Edging towards BioUtopia: a new politics of reordering life and the democratic challenge. Review by Kerry Ross.
Health and trade- John Booker, Maritime quarantine: the British experience, c1650-1900. History of medicine in context series. Review by Philippa Martyr.
Afterlives of an accidental masterpiece- Karin Sanders: Bodies in the bog and the archaeological imagination. Review by Cathy Gere.
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Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Samuel Scheffler, Equality and Tradition: Questions of Value in Moral and Political Philosophy. Review by Jon Garthoff, Northwestern University.
David Cunning, Argument and Persuasion in Descartes' Meditations. Review by Catherine Wilson, University of Aberdeen.
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Oxford Studies in Early Modern Philosophy, Vol. V, 2010 (not available online)
Note from the Editors. Abbreviations.
Kurt Smith and Alan Nelson: Divisibility and Cartesian Extension.
Christopher Martin: A New Challenge to the Necessitarian Reading of Spinoza. Herman de Dijn: Spinoza's Theory of the Emotions and its Relation to Therapy.
Matthew Kisner: Reconsidering Spinoza's Free Man: The Model of Human Nature. Matteo Favaretti Camposampiero: Pure Intellect, Brain Traces, and Language: Leibniz and the Foucher-Malebranche Debate.
Samuel Levey: Dan les coprs il n'y a point de figure parfaite: Leibniz on Time, Change and Corporeal Substance.
T. Allan Hillman: Leibniz on the Imago Dei.
John Russell Roberts: A Mystery at the Heart of Berkeley's Metaphysics. Michael Jacovides: Hume's Vicious Regress.
Index of names // Notes to Contributors
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Philosophical Books, Vol. 51, #3, 2010
Critical Notices
Alfred R. Mele. Effective Intentions: The Power of Conscious Will. Critical notice by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Adina Roskies.
P.J.E. Kail. Projection and Realism in Hume's Philosophy. Critical notice by Kenneth P. Winkler.
Robert Brandom. Between Saying and Doing: Towards an Analytic Pragmatism. Critical notice by Jon Cogburn.
Gary Ebbs. Truth and Words. Critical notice by Cory Juhl.
Mark Johnston. Saving God: Religion after Idolatry. Critical notice by Charles Taliaferro and Natasha Fredericks.
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Philosopher’s Imprint
Susanne Bobzien, "Higher-order Vagueness, Radical Unclarity, and Absolute Agnosticism".
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Philosophy: Journal of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, Vol. 85, #4, 2010
Editorial: Anthony Quinton (1925–2010) .
Notes on Contributors
Research Articles
John Leslie. The Risk that Humans Will Soon Be Extinct.      
Robin Attfield. Darwin's Doubt, Non-deterministic Darwinism and the Cognitive Science of Religion.      
Kristján Kristjánsson. The Trouble with Ambivalent Emotions.      
Alexander Naraniecki. Neo-Positivist or Neo-Kantian? Karl Popper and the Vienna Circle.      
Brenda Almond. Idealism and Religion in the Philosophy of T.L.S. Sprigge.     
Daniel Putman. Equivocating the Ad Hominem.     
Book Reviews
Richard Gaskin.The Unity of the Proposition. Review by Mark Textor.
Angelica Nuzzo, ed. Hegel and the Analytic Tradition. Review by Paul Redding.
John Cottingham and Peter Hacker, eds. Mind, Method, and Morality: Essays in Honour of Anthony Kenny. Review by Daniel B. Gallagher.
John Cottingham. Cartesian Reflections: Essays on Descartes's Philosophy. Review by Adam Ferner.
Books Received
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Ratio, Vol. 23, #4, 2010
Original Articles
Maria Alvarez. Reasons for Action and Practical Reasoning.
Laura W. Ekstrom. Ambivalence and Authentic Agency.
John Hyman. The Road to Larissa.
John McDowell. What is the Content of an Intention in Action?
Joseph Raz. Being in the World.
Robert Stern. Moral Scepticism and Agency: Kant and Korsgaard.
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Social Epistemology, Vol. 24, #4, 2010
Johan Söderberg. Reconstructivism versus Critical Theory of Technology: Alternative Perspectives on Activism and Institutional Entrepreneurship in the Czech Wireless Community.
Kareem Khalifa. Contrastive Explanations as Social Accounts.
Mariarosaria Taddeo. An Information-based Solution for the Puzzle of Testimony and Trust.
Mimi Marinucci. Knowledge as Kennenlernen: Subjectivity, Pluralism, and Intimacy.
Marianne Winther Jørgensen. The Terms of Debate: The Negotiation of the Legitimacy of a Marginalised Perspective.
Yael Keshet. Hybrid Knowledge and Research on the Efficacy of Alternative and Complementary Medicine Treatments.
Oliver Todt, Javier Rodríguez Alcázar, and José Luis Luján. Practical Values and Uncertainty in Regulatory Decision-making.
David Bourget. Paperless Philosophy as a Philosophical Method.
Peter Machamer and J.E. McGuire. Descartes’s Changing Mind. Review by Richard A. Watson.
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Synthese, Vol. 177, #1, 2010

Peter Kung. On having no reason: dogmatism and Bayesian confirmation.
Ingo Brigandt. The epistemic goal of a concept: accounting for the rationality of semantic change and variation.
Eleonora Cresto. Belief and contextual acceptance.
Stephen Finlay. What ought probably means, and why you can’t detach it.
Bence Nanay. Population thinking as trope nominalism.
Mark Newman. The No-Miracles Argument, reliabilism, and a methodological version of the generality problem.
Darrell P. Rowbottom. Corroboration and auxiliary hypotheses: Duhem’s thesis revisited.
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