Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Acta Analytica, Vol. 26, #3, 2011
American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 48, #3, 2011
Analysis, Vol. 71, #3, 2011
Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, Vol. 93, #3, 2011
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 34, #4, 2011
Bioethics, Vol. 25, #8, 2011
British Journal of Aesthetics, Vol. 51, #3, 2011
British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 19, #4, 2011
British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 19, #5, 2011
British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 62, #3, 2011

Acta Analytica, Vol. 26, #3, 2011
Nathan Hanna. Against phenomenal conservatism.
David Alexander. In defense of epistemic circularity.
Mitchell S. Green and John N. Williams. Moore’s paradox, truth and accuracy.
Jon Altschul. Reliabilism and brains in vats.
Wolfgang Freitag. Epistemic contextualism and the knowability problem.
J. Adam Carter. Kvanvig on pointless truths and the cognitive ideal.
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American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 48, #3, 2011
Charles Parsons. Quine’s nominalism.
Delia Graff Fara. Socratizing.
Gerald J. Massey. Quine and Dunhem on holistic hypothesis testing.
Catherine Z. Elgin. The legacy of “two dogmas.”
Dagfinn Follesdal. Developments in Quine’s behaviorism.
Gilbert Haman. Quine’s semantic relativity.
Thomas Ricketts. Roots of ontological relativity.
Alexander George. Quine’s legacy.
Daniel Dennett. Quine in my life.
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Analysis, Vol. 71, #3, 2011
David J. Chalmers. Actuality and knowability.
Ned Block. The higher order approach to consciousness is defunct.
David Rosenthal. Exaggerated reports: Reply to Block.
Josh Weisberg. Abusing the notion of what-it’s-like-ness: A response to Block.
Ned Block. Response to Rosenthal and Weisberg.
Mark Textor. Is ‘no’ a force-indicator? No!
Robin Le Poidevin. The temporal prison.
Paul Teller. Two models of truth.
Dan Lopez de Sa and Elia Zardini. No-no. Paradox and consistency.
Ivano Caponigro and Jonathan Cohen. On collection and covert variables.
Juan Comesana. Conservatism, preservationism, conservationism and mentalism.
Delia Graff Fara. You can call me ‘stupid’,… just don’t call me stupid.
Storrs McCall. The supervenience of truth: Freewill and omniscience.
Stephen Kearns and Daniel Star. On good advice: A reply to McNaughton and Rawling.
Book Symposium Killing in War by Jeff McMahan
Jeff McMahan. Summary of Killing in War.
Gerald Lang. Excuses for the moral equality of combatants.
Michael Otsuka. Licensed to kill.
Bradley Jay Strawser. Walking the tightrope of war.
Jeff McMahan. Who is morally liable to be killed in war.
Recent Work
Trent Dougherty. Recent work on the problem of evil.
Critical Notices
Alexander Miller. Jackson, serious metaphysics and conceptual analysis.
E. J. Lowe. Selves: An essay in revisionary metaphysics.
Book Reviews
Inquiring About God: Selected Essays, Volume 1. Practices of Belief: Selected Essays, Volume 2 by Nicholas Wolterstorff and edited by Terence Cuneo. Review by Peter Forrest.
Reason in Philosophy: Animating Ideas by Robert Brandom. Review by Julia Tanney.
Signals: Evolution, Learning, and Information by Brian Skyrms. Review by Simon Huttegger.
Laws and Lawmakers: Science, Metaphysics and the Laws of Nature by Marc Lange. Review by Alice Drewery.
The Philosophy of Death by Steven Luper. Review by Walter Glannon.
Ten Moral Paradoxes by Saul Smilansky. Review by J.A. Burgess.
Choosing Tomorrow’s Children: The Ethics of Selective Reproduction by Stephen Wilkinson. Review by Derek Browne.
Collective Rationality by Paul Weirich. Review by Niklas Vareman.
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Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, Vol. 93, #3, 2011
Jean-Louis Hudry. Aristotle on meaning.
Geoffrey Gorham. Newton on God’s relation to space and time: the Cartesian framework.
Sandra Shapshay. Did Schopenhauer neglect the ‘neglected alternative’ objection?
Zur Diskussion
Karl Hepfer. Die konstruktion der erkenntnis: imagination im Treatise of Human Nature.
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Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 34, #4, 2011
Target Article
Matt Jones and Bradley C. Love. Bayesian fundamentalism or enlightenment? On the explanatory status and theoretical contributions of Bayesian models of cognition.
Open Peer Commentary
Laith Al-Shawaf and David Buss. Evolutionary psychology and Bayesian modeling.
Barton L. Anderson. The myth of computational level theory and the vacuity of rational analysis.
Irina Baetu, Itxaso Barberia, Robin A. Murphy and A. G. Baker. Maybe this old dinosaur isn’t extinct: What does Bayesian modeling add to associationism.
Lawrence W. Barsalou. Integrating Bayesian analysis and mechanistic theories in grounded cognition.
Denny Borsboom, Eric-Jan Wagenmakers and Jan-Willem Romeijn. Mechanistic curiosity will not kill the Bayesian cat.
Jeffrey S. Bowers and Colin J. Davis. More varieties of Bayesian theories, but no enlightenment.
Nick Chater, Noah Goodman, Thomas L. Grifiths, Charles Kemp, Mike Oaksford and Joshua B. Tenenbaum. The imaginary fundamentalists: The unshocking truth about Bayesian cognitive science.
David Danks and Frederick Eberhardt. Keeping Bayesian models rational: The need for an account of algorithmic rationality.
Shimon Edelman and Reza Shahbazi. Survival in a world of probable objects: A fundamental reason for Bayesian enlightenment.
Philip M. Fernbach and Steven A. Sloman. Don’t throw out the Bayes with the bathwater.
Clark Glymour. Osiander’s psychology.
Alison Gopnik. Probablistic models as theories of children’s minds.
Brett K. Hayes and Ben R. Newell. The uncertain status of Bayesian accounts of reasoning.
Evan Heit and Shanna Erickson. In praise of secular Bayesianism.
Mitchell Herschbach and William Bechtel. Relating Bayes to cognitive mechanisms.
Keith J. Holyoak and Hongjing Lu. What the Bayesian framework has contributed to understanding cognition: Causal learning as a case study.
Gavin W. Jenkins, Larissa K. Samuelson and John P. Spencer. Come down from the clouds: Grounding Bayesian insights in developmental and behavioral processes.
Michael D. Lee. In praise of ecumenical Bayes.
Arthur B. Markman and A. Ross Otto. Cognitive systems optimize energy rather than information.
Daniel Joseph Navarro and Amy Francesca Perfors. Enlightenment grows from fundamentals.
Dennis Norris. The illusion of mechanism: Mechanistic fundamentalism or enlightenment?
David Pietraszewski and Annie E. Wertz. Reverse engineering the structure of cognitive mechanisms.
Bob Rehder. Taking the rationality out of probabilistic models.
Timothy T. Rogers and Mark S. Seidenberg. Distinguishing literal from metaphorical applications of Bayesian approaches.
David K. Sewell, Daniel R. Little and Stephan Lewandowsky. Bayesian computation and mechanism: Theoretical pluralism drives scientific emergence.
Maarten Speekenbrink and David R. Shanks. Is everyone Bayes? On the testable implications of Bayesian fundamentalism.
Eric Luis Uhlmann. Post hoc rationalism in science.
Authors’ Response
Matt Jones and Bradley C. Love. Pinning down the theoretical commitments of Bayesian cognitive models.
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Bioethics, Vol. 25, #8, 2011
Alastair V. Campbell. Bioethics ten years on – what has changed?
Nikola Biller-Andorno. IAB presidential address: bioethics in a globalized world – creating space for flourishing human relationships.
Andre Krom. The harm principle as a mid-level principle? Three problems from the context of infectious disease control.
Simon Derpmann. Ethical reasoning in pandemic preparedness plans – southeast Asia and the western Pacific.
Boukje Van Der Zee and Inez de Beaufort. Preconception care: A parenting protocol. A moral inquiry into the responsibilities of future parents towards their future children.
Ana Carolina da Costa e Fonseca. The fallacy of neutrality: The interruption of pregnancy of anencephalic fetus in Brazil.
Drew Carter and Annette Braunack-Mayer. The appeal to nature implicit in certain restrictions on public funding for assisted reproductive technology.
Hope Ferdowsian. Human and animal research guidelines: Aligning ethical constructs with new scientific developments.
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British Journal of Aesthetics, Vol. 51, #3, 2011
Notes on Contributors
James Grant. Metaphor and criticism.
Amyas Merivale. Mixed feelings, mixed metaphors: Hume on tragic pleasure.
Dan Cavedon-Taylor. The space of seeing-in.
Mikael Pettersson. Seeing what is not there: Pictorial experience, imagination and non-localization.
Robert Stecker. Should we still care about the paradox of fiction?
Roger Scruton. A bit of help from Wittgenstein.
Alicia Lubowski-Jahn. A comparative analysis of the landscape aesthetics of Alexander von Humboldt and John Ruskin.
Book Review
Narrative and Narrators: A Philosophy of Stories by Gregory Currie. Review by Peter Goldie.
Soul Music: Tracking the Spiritual Roots of Pop from Plato to Motown by Joel Rudinow. Review by Jeanette Bicknell.
Fiction and Fictionalism by R.M. Sainsbury. Review by Emily Caddick.
Books Received //Journals Received
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British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 19, #4, 2011
Letter From the Editor
Michael Beaney. Letter from the editor.
Henrik Lagerlund. The unity of efficient and final causality: The mind/body problem reconsidered.
Rafaella De Rosa. Rethinking the ontology of Cartesian essences.
Andrew R. Platt. Divine activity and motive power in Descarte’s physics.
Antonia LoLordo Epicureanism and early modern naturalism.
Laurence Carlin. The importance of teleology to Boyle’s natural philosophy.
Omri Boehm. The first antinomy and Spinoza.
Benjamin D. Crowe. Hutcheson on natural religion.
Marcy P. Lascano. Emilie due Chatelet on the existence and nature of God: an examination of her arguments in light of their sources.
Jeremy Heis. Ernst Cassirer’s neo-Kantian philosophy of geometry.
Review Article
Luc Foisneau. Hobbe’s first philosophy and Galilean science.
Book Reviews
Plato’s Philosophers: The Coherence of the Dialogues by Catherine H. Zuckert. Review by Stephen Clark.
Gersonides: Judaism Within the Limits of Reason by Seymour Feldman. Review by Steven Nadler.
Branching Off: The Early Moderns in Quest for the Unity of Knowledge by Vlad Alexandrescu. Review by Peter R. Anstey.
Interpreting Spinoza: Critical Essays by Charlie Huenemann. Review by Eric Schliesser.
John Locke and Personal Identity: Immortality and Bodily Resurrection in 17th-Century Philosophy by K. Joanna S. Forstrom. Review by Lloyd Strickland.
Books Received
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British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 19, #5, 2011
Laura M. Castelli. Metaphysics XII 7, 1072A27-B1: An argument of identity.
Andrew R. Platt. Divine activity and motive power in Descartes’s physics.
Mark Glouberman. Descartes, scientia, and pure enquiry.
Larry M. Jorgensen. Leibniz on memory and consciousness.
Irena Backus. Leibniz’s concept of substance and his reception of John Calvin’s doctrine of the Eucharist.
Ohad Nachtomy. A tale of two thinkers, one meeting, and three degrees of infinity: Leibniz and Spinoza.
Terence Cuneo. A puzzle regarding Reid’s theory of motives.
Review Article
Dale Jacquette. Schopenhauer as the world’s clear philosophical eye.
Book Reviews
Matter Matters: Metaphysics and Methodology in the Early Modern Period by Kurt Smith. Review by David Cunning.
Rousseau: A Free Community of Equals by Joshua Cohen. Review by Ryan Patrick Hanley.
Kierkegaard on Faith and Love by Sharon Krishek. Review by James Giles.
William James on Ethics and Faith by Michael R. Slater. Review by Pierfrancesco Basile.
Four Philosophical Anglicans: W.G. De Burgh, W.R. Matthews, O.C. Quick, H.A. Hodges by Alan P. F. Sell. Review by Neil Fairlamb.
Books Received
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British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 62, #3, 2011
Dennis Lehmkuhl. Mass-energy-momentum: Only there because of spacetime?
Istvan Aranyosi. A new argument for mind-brain identity.
Andreas Huttemann and Alan C. Love. Aspects of reductive explanation in biological science: Instrinsicality, fundamentality, and temporality.
Carol E. Cleland. Prediction and explanation in historical natural science.
Cristian Saborido, Matteo Mossio, and Alvaro Moreno. Biological organization and cross-generation functions.
Daniel Greco. Significance testing in theory and practice.
Steven Gross and Jennifer Culbertson. Revisited linguistic intuitions.
Daniel M. Hausman. Is an overdose of paracetamol bad for one’s health?
Representation Reconsidered, by William M. Ramsey. Review by Mark Sprevak.
Scientific Representation: Paradoxes of Perspective by Bas C. Van Fraassen. Review by Christopher Pinock.
The Metaphysics Within Physics by Tim Maudlin. Review by Alyssa Ney.
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