Monday, October 24, 2011

October 17-21, 2011

Brain and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 34, #5, 2011
Episteme Journal of Undergraduate Philosophy, Vol. 22, #1, 2011 (print only)
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 24, #6, 2011
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 103, #4, 2011
Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 37, #11, 2011
Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 19, #4, 2011
Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 49, #4, 2011
Metaphilosophy, Vol. 42, #5, 2011
Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Philosophia Mathematica, Vol. 19, #3, 2011
Philosophical Review, Vol. 120, #4, 2011
Philosophy: Journal of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, Vol. 86, #4, 2011
Philosophy of Science, Vol. 78, #4, 2011
Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 4, #3, 2011
South African Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 30, #3, 2011 (print only)
Stance Undergraduate Philosophy Journal, 2011 (print only)
Synthese, Vol. 183, #2, 2011

Brain and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 34, #5, 2011
Target Article
Shira Elqayam and Jonathan St. B. T. Evans.  Subtracting “ought” from “is”: Descriptivism versus normativism in the study of human thinking.
Open Peer Commentary
Theodora Achourioti, Andrew Fugard and Keith Stenning.  Throwing the normative baby out with the prescriptivist bathwater.
Jean-Francois Bonnefon.  Norms for reasoning about decisions.
Gary L. Brase and James Shanteau.  The unbearable lightness of “thinking”: Moving beyond simple concepts of thinking, rationality, and hypothesis testing.
Wesley Buckwalter and Stephen Stich.  Competence, reflective equilibrium, and dual-system theories.
Igor Douven.  A role for normativism.
Catarina Dutilh Novaes.  The historical and philosophical origins of normativism.
Jeffrey Foss.  Just the facts, and only the facts, about human rationality?
Tim Fuller and Richard Samuels.  Overselling the case against normativism.
Vittorio Girotto.  Undisputed norms and normal errors in human thinking.
Natalie Gold, Andrew M. Colman and Briony D. Dulford.  Normative theory in decision making and moral reasoning.
Ulrike Hahn.  Why rational norms are indispensable.
Steven Hrotic.  Defending normativism.
Kyungil Kim and Youngjun Park.  Cultural and individual differences in the generalization of theories regarding human thinking.
Simon McNair and Aidan Feeney.  Norms and high-level cognition: Consequences, trends, and antidotes.
Raymond S. Nickerson.  Norms, goals, and the study of thinking.
Mike Oaksford and Nick Chater.  The “is-ought fallacy” fallacy.
Niki Pfeifer.  Systematic rationality norms provide research roadmaps and clarity.
Emmanuel M. Pothos and Jerome R. Busemeyer.  A case for limited prescriptive normativism.
Joelle Proust.  Epistemic normativity from the reasoner’s viewpoint.
Katinka J.P. Quntelier and Daniel M. T. Fessler.  Naturalizing the normative and the bridges between “is” and “ought”.
Gerhard Schurz.  Truth-conduciveness as the primary epistemic justification of normative systems of reasoning.
David Spurrett.  Reason is normative, and should be studied accordingly.
Keith E. Stanovich.  Normative models in psychology are here to stay.
Robert J. Strernberg.  Understanding reasoning: Let’s describe what we really think about.
Edward J. N. Stupple and Linden J. Ball.  Normative benchmarks are useful for studying individual differences in reasoning.
Yanlong Sun and Hongbin Wang.  Probability theory and perception of randomness: Bridging “ought” and “is”.
Valerie A. Thompson.  Normativism versus mechanism.
Michael R. Waldmann.  Neurath’s ship: The constitutive relation between normative and descriptive theories of rationality.
Jonathan M. Weinberg.  What is evaluative normativity, that we (maybe) should avoid it?
Author’s Response
Jonathan St. B. T. Evans and Shira Elqayam.  Towards a descriptivist psychology of reasoning and decision making.
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Episteme Journal of Undergraduate Philosophy, Vol. 22, #1, 2011 (print only)
Eric Chase.  Spurious soul: A modern critique of the Thomistic soul.
Brian York.  Three criticisms of Schopenhauer and a response from Advaita Vedantins.
Thomas Gilbert.  Problems of Kierkwgaard’s poetics.
Rafael Ventura.  Against Fodor.
Jake Quilty-Dunn.  Kantian Realism.
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Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 24, #6, 2011
M. L. J. Wissenburg.  Parenting and intergenerational justice: Why collective obligations towards future generations take second place to individual responsibility.
Zahra Meghani and Jennifer Kuzma.  The “revolving door” between regulatory agencies and industry: A problem that requires conceptualizing objectivity.
Ton Baars.  Experiential science; towards and integration of implicit and reflected practitioner-expert knowledge in the scientific development of organic farming.
Mohammad Aslam Khan and S. Akhtar Ali Shah.  Agricultural development and associated environmental and ethical issues in South Asia.
Alexandra E. D. Wells, Joanne Sneddon, Julie A. Lee and Dominique Blache.  Farmer’s response to societal concerns about farm animal welfare: The case of mulesing.
Book Review
Nature, Aesthetics, and Environmentalism: From Beauty to Duty edited by Allen Carlson and Sheila Lintott.  Review by Nathaniel Barrett.
WTO Negotiations on Agriculture and Developing Countries by Anwarul Hoda and Ashok Gulati.  Review by Benjamin M. Munro.
Deforesting the Earth: From Prehistory to Global Crisis, an Abridgement by Michael Williams.  Review by Doug Seale.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 103, #4, 2011
Edmund F. Byrne.  Business ethics should study illicit businesses: To advance respect for human rights.
Kevin S. Groves and Michael A. LaRocca.  An empirical study of leader ethical values, transformational and transactional leadership, and follower attitudes toward corporate social responsibility.
Chun-His Vivian Chen and Setyabudi Indartono.  Study of commitment antecedents: The dynamic point of view.
N. Leila Trapp.  Staff attitudes to talking openly about ethical dilemmas: The role of business ethics conceptions and trust.
Joanna Crossman.  Environmental and spiritual leadership: Tracing the synergies from an organizational perspective.
Timothy G. Hawkins, Michael J. Gravier and Edward H. Powley.  Public versus sector procurement ethics and strategy: What each sector can learn from the other.
David J. Doorey.  The transparent supply chain: From resistance to implementation at Nike and Levi-Strauss.
Johan J. Graafland and Bert W. van de Ven.
Jihong Liu, Yaping Wang and Liansheng Wu.  The effect of Guanxi on audit quality in China. 
Soo-Yeon Kim and Hyojung Park.  Corporate social responsibility as an organizational attractiveness for prospective public relations practitioners.
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Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 37, #11, 2011
Shlomo Cohen.  The Gettier problem in informed consent.
Rosalind McDougall.  Futile Treatment, junior doctors and role virtues.
Kari Milch Agledahl, Pal Gulbrandsen, Reidun Forde and Age Wifstad.  Courteous but not curious: How doctors’ politeness masks their existential neglect.  A qualitative study of video-recorded patient consultations.
Lior Nesher and Alan Jotkowitz.  Ethical issues in the development of tele-ICUs.
Matthew R. Hunt and Franco A Carnevale.  Moral experience: A framework for bioethics research.
Teck Chuan Voo.  The social rationale of the gift relationship.
Jessica Datta, Anthony Kessel, Kaye Wellings, Kiran Nanchahal, Dayla Marks and George Kinghorn.  The view of genitourinary medince (GUM) clinic users on unlinked anonymous testing for HIV: Evidence from a pilot study of ethics in two English cities.
Lisa Bortolotti and Heather Widdows.  The right not to know: The case of psychiatric disorders.
Emma K. Massey, Medard T. Hilhorst, Robert W. Nette, Peter J. H. Smak Gregoor, Marinus A. van den Dorpel, Anthony C. van Kooij, Willij C. Zuidema, R. Zietse, Jan J. V. Busschbach, and Willem Weimar.  Justification for a home-based education programme for kidney patients and their social network prior to initiation of renal replacement theory.
Marianne Promberger, Rebecca C. H. Brown, Richard E. Ashcroft, and Theresa M. Marteau.  Acceptability of financial incentives to improve health outcomes in UK and US samples.
R. Grant Steen.  Retractions in the medical literature: How many patients are put at risk by flawed research?
J. Sugarman, A. Corneli, D. Donnell, T.Y. Liu, S. Rose, D. Celentano, B. Jackson, A. Aramrattana, L. Wei, Y. Shao, F. Liping, R. Baoling, B. Dye, D. Metzger.  Are there adverse consequences of quizzing during informed consent for HIV research?
Martyn D. Pickersgill.  Research, engagement and public bioethics: promoting socially robust science.
Martin Davies, Sophie Brannan, Eleanor Chrispin, Veronica English, Rebecca Mussell, Julian Sheather, Ann Sommerville. Ethics briefings.
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Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 19, #4, 2011
Micah Schwartzman.  The sincerity of public reason.
Laura Valentini.  Global justice and practice-dependence: Conventionalism, institutionalism, functionalism.
Paul ‘T Hart.  Reading the signs of the times: Regime dynamics and leadership possibilities.
Yvonne Chiu.  Liberal lustration.
David Rodin and Michael Yudkin.  Academic boycotts.
Ian Carter.  Debate: The myth of ‘merely formal education’.
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Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 49, #4, 2011
James L. Wood.  Contemplating the beautiful: The practical importance of theoretical excellence in Aristotle’s Ethics.
Juhana Toivanen.  Peter of John Olivi on the psychology of animal action.
Mogens Laerke.  Spinoza’s cosmological argument in the Ethics.
Dermot Moran.  “Even the Papuan is a man and not a beast”: Husserl on universalism and the relativity of cultures.
Book Reviews
Gottliche Gedanken.  Zur Metaphysik der Erktenntnis bei Descartes, Malebranche, Spinoza and Leibniz by Andreas Schmidt.  Review by J. Thomas Cook.
Descartes’ Deontological Turn: Reason, Will and Virtue in the Later Writings by Noa Naaman-Zauderer.  Review by Eric Stencil.
Argument and Persuasion in Descartes’ Meditations by David Cunning.  Review by Tom Vinci.
Vico and Naples: The Urban Origins of Modern Social Theory by Barbara Ann Naddeo.  Review by Thora Ilin Bayer.
Adam Smith: An Enlightened Life  by Nicholas Phillipson.  Review by Jack Russell Weinstein.
Seeking Nature’s Logic: Natural Philosophy in the Scottish Environment by David B. Wilson.  Review by Francesca di Poppa.
Kant’s Thinker by Patricia Kitcher.  Review by Brandon C. Look.
Kant and Milton by Sanford Budick.  Review by Laura Penny.
Ueber das Fundament des philosophischen Wissens nebst einigen Erlauterungen uber die Theorie des Vorstellungsvermogens by K. L. Reinhold.  Review by Daniel Breazeale.
The Logic Pamphlets of Charles-Lutwidge Dodgson and Related Pieces edited by Francine F. Abeles.  Review by Irving H. Anellis.
Die Philosophische Logik Gottlob Freges.  Ein Kommentar, mit den Texten des Vorworts zu Grundgesetze der Arithmetik und der Logischen Untersuchungen I-IVby Wolfgang Kunne.  Review by Leila Haaparanta.
Continental Divide: Heidegger, Cassirer, Davos by Peter E. Gordon.  Review by Sebastian Luft.
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Metaphilosophys, Vol. 42, #5, 2011
Robert B. Talisse.  Toward a new pragmatist politics.
Henrik Rydenfelt.  Epistemic norms and democracy: A response to Talisse.
David L. Hildebrand.  Pragmatic democracy: Inquiry, objectivity, and experience.
David Benatar.  The owl and the ostrich: Reply to Sami Pihlstrom on ethical unthinkabilities and philosophical seriousness.
Stephen Boulter.  The medieval origins of conceivability arguments.
Norman Kreitman.  Art as orientation.
Dustin Stokes.  Minimally creative thought.
Philippe Verdoux.  Emerging technologies and the future of philosophy.
Mark Vorobej.  Distant peers.
Book Review
Possibility by Michael Jubien.  Review by Amy Karofsky.
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Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Maria Cristina Amoretti and Gerhard Preyer (eds.), Triangulation: From an Epistemological Point of View. Reviewed by Nathaniel Goldberg.
Christopher Bobonich (ed.), Plato's Laws: A Critical Guide. Reviewed by Luc Brisson.
Patricia Kitcher, Kant's Thinker. Reviewed by Nick Stang.
Daniel W. Graham (ed., tr.), The Texts of Early Greek Philosophy: The Complete Fragments and Selected Testimonies of the Major Presocratics (2 vols.). Reviewed by Jason G. Rheins.
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Philosophia Mathematica, Vol. 19, #3, 2011
Oystein Linnebo and Richard Pettigrew.  Category theory as an autonomous foundation.
Giuseppe Longo.  Reflections on concrete incompleteness.
Marcus Giaquinto.  Crossing curves: A limit to the use of diagrams in proofs.
Jordan Ellenberg and Elliott Sober.  Objective probabilities in number theory.
Discussion Notes
Alan Baker and Mark Colyvan.  Indexing and mathematical explanation.
Bradley Armour-Garb.  Understanding and Mathematical factionalism.
Mark Balaguer.  Reply to Armour-Garb.
Bradley Armour-Garb.  The implausibility of hermeneutic non-assertivism.
Critical Studies/Book Reviews
Essays on the Foundations of Mathematics by Moritz Pasch edited by Stephen Pollard.  Review by Sebastien Gandon.
Talking about Nothing by Jody Azzouni.  Review by Graham Priest.
A Critical Introduction to the Philosophy of Gottlob Frege by Guillermo E. Rosado Haddock.  Review by Philip A. Ebert.
There’s Something about Godel by Francesco Berto.  Review by Vann McGee.
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Philosophical Review, Vol. 120, #4, 2011
Simon Prosser.  Affordances and phenomenal character in spatial perception.
David J. Chalmers. Verbal disputes.
Trenton Merricks.  Foreknowledge and freedom.
Book Reviews
The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Scepticism edited by Richard Bett.  Review by Malcolm Schofield.
Galen and the World of Knowledge edited by Christopher Gill, Tim Whitmarsh, and John Wilkins.  Review by Annamaria Schiaparelli.
The Cautious Jealous Virtue: Hume on Justice by Annette C. Baier.  Review by Rachel Cohon.
The Species Problem by Richard A. Richards.  Review by Joel D. Velasco.
Moral Dimensions: Permissibility, Meaning, Blame by T.M. Scanlon.  Review by Dana Nelkin.
The Constitution of Agency: Essays on Practical Reason and Moral Psychology by Christine Korsgaard.  Review by Nomy Arpaly.
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Philosophy: Journal of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, Vol. 86, #4, 2011
Fire this time.
Sandy Berkovski.  Prichard’s heresy.
Arnon Keren.  Disagreement, democracy, and the goals of science: Is a normative philosophy of science possible, if ethical inquiry is not?
Mary Midgley.  Why the idea of purpose won’t go away.
Chris Bessemans.  Moral conflicts and moral awareness.
Soran Reader.  Ethical necessities.
Book Reviews
Thinking the impossible – French philosophy since 1960 by Gary Gutting.  Review by Alan Montefiore.
The nature and value of knowledge by Duncan Pritchard, Alan Millar, and Adrian Haddock.  Review by Peter Tramel.
Wandering in darkness.  Narrative and the problem of suffering by Eleonore Stump.  Review by John Cottingham.
Cultural Identity and Political Ethics by Paul Gilbert.  Review by David Archard.
The Pragmatic Turn by Richard J. Bernstein.  Review by Adam Ferner.
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Philosophy of Science, Vol. 78, #4, 2011
William Bechtel.  Mechanism and biological explanation.
Maarten Boudry, Bert Leuridan.  Where the design argument goes wrong: Auxiliary assumptions and unification.
Wendy S. Parker.  When climate models agree: The significance of robust model predictions.
David Michael Kaplan and Carl F. Craver.  The explanatory force of dynamical and mathematical models in neuroscience: A mechanistic perspective.
Roman Frigg and Charlotte Werndl.  Explaining thermodynamic-like behavior in terms of epsilon-ergodicity.
Conor Mayo-Wilson, Kevin J.S. Zollman, and David Danks.  The independence thesis: When individual and social epistemology diverge.
Zanja Yudell.  Structuralism and the new way of worlds: A Sellarsian argument for necessitarianism about laws.
Essay Review
Robert J. Richards.  The tragic sense of life: Ernst Haeckle and the struggle over evolutionary thought.  Review by Alan C. Love. 
Book Review
Signals: Evolution, Learning, and Information by Brian Skyrms.  Review by Rory Smead.
Did Darwin Write the Origin Backwards?  Philosophical Essays on Darwin’s Theory by Elliot Sober.  Review by Charles H. Pence, Hope Hollocher, Ryan Nichols, Grant Ramsey, Edwin Siu, and Daniel John Sportiello.
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Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 4, #3, 2011
Hartry Field.  Introduction to Author Meets Critics session on Saving Truth from Paradox.
Donald A. Martin.  Field’s Saving Truth From Paradox: Some things it doesn’t do.
P.D. Welch.  Truth, logical validity and determinateness: A commentary on Field’s Saving Truth from Paradox.
Hartry Field. Comments on Martin’s and Welch’s comments.
Clemens Grabmayer, Joop Leo, Vincent Van Oostrom and Albert Visser.  On the termination of Russell’s description elimination algorithm.
Dustin Tucker and Richmond H. Thomason.  Paradoxes of intensionality.
Eric Pacuit and Sunil Simon.  Reasoning with protocols under imperfect information.
Benjamin Schnieder.  A logic for ‘because’.
Nissim Francez and Gilad Ben-Avi.  Proof-theoretic semantic values for logical operators.
Marcel Crabbe.  Reassurance for the logic of paradox.
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South African Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 30, #3, 2011 (print only)
Paul Boaheng and Wesley Cooper.  Robert Nozick, libertarian.
Ignaas Devisch and Joeri Schrijvers.  Freeing yourself towards your own being-free.  Jean-Luc Nancy on the metaphysics of freedom.
Tanya de Villiers-Botha.  Peculiarities in mind; Or, on the absence of Darwin.
Christian B.N. Gade.  The historical development of the written discourses on Ubuntu.
Bernard Matolino.  Tempels’ Philosophical racialism.
Leonhard Praeg.  Philosophy, and teaching (as) transformation.
Danie F M Strauss.  Normativity II – Towards and integral perspective.
Maria Elizabeth Susanna (Elbie) van den Berg.  Bodies as open projects: Reflections on gender and sexuality.
Book Review
iKasi.  The Moral Ecology of South Africa’s Township Youth by Sharlene Swartz.  Herman van Erp.
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Stance Undergraduate Philosophy Journal, 2011 (print only)
Blake McAllister.  The principle of sufficient reason and free will.
Alex Haitos.  Possibility, novelty, and creativity.
Alicia M.R. Donner.  Population control: Financial incentives, freedom, and the question of coercion.
Mark Bowker.  Weighing solutions to the lottery puzzle.
Said Salliant.  The strength of relationships.
Thomas Jared Farmer.  Relational obligations: Defending a non-voluntarist argument for special responsibilities.
Kyle Shaffer.  The skeptic’s language game: Does sextus empiricus violate normal language use.
Nancy Rankin.  A substantive revision to Firth’s ideal observer theory. 
Jared Lincourt.  If Nietzsche only knew.
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Synthese, Vol. 183, #2, 2011
Marc Alspector-Kelly.  Why safety doesn’t save closure.
Gillian Russell.  Indexicals, context-sensitivity and the failure of implication.
Ryan Muldoon and Michael Weisberg.  Robustness and idealization in models of cognitive labor.
Yuval Avnur.  An old problem for the new rationalism.
Maria van der Schaar.  Assertion and grounding: a theory of assertion for constructive type theory.
Pablo Cobreros.  Paraconsistent vagueness: A positive argument.
Robert Schroer.  Can determinable properties earn their keep?
Cedric Paternotte.  Being realistic about common knowledge: A Lewisian approach.
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