Thursday, October 20, 2011

October 20, 2011, Round three

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Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 49, #4, 2011
Law and Philosophy, Vol. 30, #6, 2011
Logic journal of the IGPL, Vol. 19, #6, 2011
Metaphysica, Vol. 12, #2, 2011
Metascience, Vol. 20, #3, 2011
Neuroethics, Vol. 4, #3, 2011
Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 34, #4, 2011
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 156, #1, 2011
Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, Vol. 85, #1, 2011
Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 17, #3, 2011

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 Erkenntnis bei Descartes, Malebranche, Spinoza und 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 Philipson. 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 by Francine F. Abeles. Review by Irving H. Anellis.
Die Philosophische LogikGottlob Freges. Ein Kommentar, mit den Texten des Vorworts zu Grundgesetze der Arithmetik und der Logischen Untersuchungen I-IV by Wolfgang Kunne. Review by Leila Haaparanta.
Continental Divide: Heidegger, Cassirer, Davos by Peter E. Gordon. Review by Sebastian Luft.
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Law and Philosophy, Vol. 30, #6, 2011
John M. Collins. Why the debate between originalists and evolutionists rests on a semantic mistake.
Paula Gaido. The purpose of legal theory: Some problems with Joseph Raz’s view.
Alexander Brown. Justifying compensation for frustrated legitimate expectations.
David Martinez-Zorrilla. The structure of conflicts of fundamental legal rights.
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Logic journal of the IGPL, Vol. 19, #6, 2011
Franz Baader and Silvio Ghilardi. Unification in modal and description logics.
Maria Alpuente, Santiago Escobar, and Jose Iborra. Modular termination of basic narrowing and equational unification.
Jordi Levy, Manfred Schmidt-Schaub, and Mateu Villaret. On the complexity of bounded second-order unification and stratified context unification.
Emilio Jesus Gallego Arias, James Lipton, Julio Marino, and Pablo Nogueira. First-order unification using variable-free relational algebra.
Ekaterina Komendantskaya. Unification neural networks: unification by error-correction learning.
Alexander J. Summers. Soundness and principal contexts for a shallow polymorphic type system based on classical logic.
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Metaphysica, Vol. 12, #2, 2011 Special Issue: Unification
Craig DeLancey. Does a parsimony principle entail a simple world?
Greg Janzen. On three arguments against Endurantism.
Joseph A. Baltimore. Lewis’ modal realism and absence causation.
Paul Tappenden. A metaphysics for semantic internalism.
Craig Ross. Dennett on free will.
Tuomas E. Tahko. A priori and a posteriori: A bootstrapping relationship.
Johannes Persson. Explanation in metaphysics?
Matteo Morganti. Substrata and properties: From bare particular to supersubstantivalism?
Jani Hakkarainen. Hume’s argument for the ontological independence of simple properties.
Jens Harbecke. Mind in a humean world.
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Metascience, Vol. 20, #3, 2011
Book Symposium
Scientific Representation: Paradoxes of Perspective by Bas C. van Fraassen. James Ladyman, Octavio Bueno, Mauricio Suarez and Bas C. van Fraassen. Scientific representation: A long journey from pragmatics to pragmatics.
Red Cloud at Dawn: Truman, Stalin, and the End of the Atomic Monopoly by Michael Gordin. S. S. Schweber, Alex Wellerstein, Ethan Pollock, Barton J. Bernstein and Michael D. Gordin. Contingencies of the early nuclear arms race.
Book, Survey, and Essay Reviews (Surveys, Books, Essays)
Niccolo Guicciardini. Isaac Newton on mathematical certainty and method. Andrew Janiak. Newton as Philosopher. Mathematical and philosophical Newton, review by Steffen Ducheyne.
Auguste Comte: An Intellectual Biography, vols. II and III by Mary Pickering. Review by Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent. Comte and the fortunes of positivism.
Writing the History of the Mind: Philosophy and Science in France, 1900 to 1960s by Cristina Chimisso. Review by W. R. Albury. A non-epistemological history of historical epistemology.
On Historicizing Epistemology: An Essay by Hans-Jorg Rheinberger. Review by Katherina Kinzel. Models of historical epistemology.
Penelope Maddy. Second philosophy: A naturalistic method. Review by James Robert Brown. Does mathematics have a life of its own?
Paolo Mancosu. The philosophy of mathematical practice. Review by Marco Panza. Breathing fresh air into the philosophy of mathematics.
Logic and how it gets that way by Dale Jacquette. Review by Yannis Stephanou. Logic problems.
Collected works/Gesammelte Werke Vol. I: Set Theory, Miscellanea by Ernst Zermelo and edited by H.-D. Ebbinghaus and A. Kanamori. Review by Jose Ferreiros. A long-awaited edition of Zermelo’s works.
Kolmogorov in Perspective. History of Mathematics Vol. 20 by Harold H. McFadden. Review by Paul M. B. Vitanyi. Remembering Kolmogorov.
Harry Collins. Tacit and explicit knowledge. Review by Charles W. Smith. The ongoing pursuit of tacit knowledge.
Andrew Pickering. The cybernetic brain: Sketches of another future. Review by Ronald R. Kline. Cybernetics as a usable past.
The Mangle in Practice: Science, Society and Becoming edited by Andrew Pickering and Keith Guzik. Review by Stephen Healy. Putting the mangle to the test.
Progress and Values in the Humanities: Comparing Culture and Science by Volney Gay. Review by Hugh Lacey. Progress and the values it secretes.
Mind the Gap: Tracing the Origins of Human Universals edited by P.M. Kappeler and J. Silk. Review by Elsa Addessi. In search of human uniqueness.
Eric Scerri. Collected papers on philosophy of chemistry: Selected papers on the periodic table. Chemistry as the special science of the elements, review by Klaus Ruthenberg.
H. Beebee, C. Hitchcock and Peter Menzies. The Oxford handbook of causation. Review by Steven French. Welcome to the jumble.
Causation, Coherence and Concepts: A Collection of Essays by Wolfgang Spohn. Review by Ilkka Niiniluoto. From dynamic disbeliefs to causality and chance.
On Fact and Fraud: Cautionary Tales from the Front Lines of Science by David Goodstein. Review by Heather Douglas. Fraud from the frontlines: The importance of being nice.
Postphenomenology and Technoscience: The Peking University Lectures by Don Ihde. Review by Hans-Jorg Rheinberger. Integrating pragmatism and phenomenology with science and technology studies.
Origins of Objectivity by Tyler Burge. Review by Alfredo Paternoster. The objectivity of representation.
Nominalism and its Aftermath: The Philosophy of Nelson Goodman by Dena Shottenkirk. Review by Katerina Bantinaki. Weaving a nominalist conception of nature, science and art.
The English Virtuoso: Art, Medicine and Antiquarianism in the Age of Empiricism by Craig Ashley Hanson. Review by Jessica Ratcliff. Virtuosity and the early Royal Society of London.
The Newton Wars and the Beginning of the French Enlightenment by J.B. Shank. Review by Charles T. Wolfe and David Gilad. The self-fashioning of French Newtonianism.
The Passage to Cosmos: Alexander von Humboldt and the Shaping of America by Laura Dassow Walls. Review by Andreas W. Daum. Alexander von Humboldt: Counternarrative of a dissenter?
Essay on the Geography of Plants by Alexander von Humboldt and Aime Bonpland. Review by David Oldroyd. Humboldtian science.
Weather by the Numbers: The Genesis of Modern Meteorology by Kristine C. Harper. Review by Ruth Morgan. Counting on the weather.
Pursuing Power and Light: Technology and Physics from James Watt to Albert Einstein by Bruce J. Hunt. Review by Stathis Arapostathis. Configuring the science-technology relations in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Reinventing the Automobile: Personal Urban Mobility for the 21st Century by William J. Mitchell, Christopher E. Borroni-Bird and Lawrence D. Burns. Review by Peter D. Norton. A historical perspective on the future of the car.
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Neuroethics, Vol. 4, #3, 2011
Michael S. Pardo and Dennis Patterson. Minds, brains, and norms.
Walter Glannon. Brain, behavior, and knowledge.
Sarah K. Robins and Carl F. Craver. No nonsense neuro-law.
Thomas Nadelhoffer. Neural lie detection, criterial change, and ordinary language.
Michael S. Pardo and Dennis Patterson. More on the conceptual and the empirical: Misunderstandings, clarifications, and replies.
Barbro Elisabeth Esmeralda Froding. Cognitive enhancement, virtue ethics and the good life.
Alexandre Erler. Does memory modification threaten our authenticity?
Eran Klein. Is there a need for clinical neuroskepticism?
Christopher James Ryan. Lies, damn lies and placebos: A comment on Foreid et al.
Book Reviews
Neuroethics: An Introduction with Readings edited by Martha J. Farah. Review by Walter Glannon.
Neuroetica Practica by Enrique Bonete. Review by Carissa Veliz.
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Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 34, #4, 2011
Alice Crary. A brilliant perspective: Diamondian ethics.
Leonard Lawlor. Reality and philosophy: Reflections on Cora Diamond’s work.
Ruben Casado. The ineffectiveness of the denial of free will.
Jonathan Ellis. On the concept of a game.
Discussion Note
Alex Blum. The force of truth.
Book Reviews
Language, Reality, and Mind by Charles Crittenden. Review by Guy Stock.
Wittgenstein and Value: The Quest for Meaning by Eric B. Litwack. Review by Carolyn Wilde.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 156, #1, 2011
Michael Huemer. Phenomenal conservatism and self-defeat: A reply to DePoe.
David Plunkett. Expressivism, representation, and the nature of conceptual analysis.
Tamar Szabo Gendler. On the epistemic costs of implicit bias.
Andy Egan. Comments on Gendler’s “the epistemic costs of implicit bias.”
Keith DeRose. Contextualism, contrastivism, and X-Phi surveys.
Patrick Rysiew. Surveys, intuitions, knowledge attributions. Comments on Keith DeRose’s “Contextualism, Contrastivism, and X-Phi Surveys.”
Jeremy Fantl. Ryle’s regress defended.
Brett Sherman and Gilbert Harman. Knowledge and assumptions.
Thomas Kelly. Taking things for granted: Comments on Harman and Sherman.
Anthony Brueckner. Comments on Crispin Wright on basic arithmetical knowledge.
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Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, Vol. 85, #1, 2011
Letter from the Secretary-Treasurer
Eastern Division Committees
Main Program and Group Program
Main and Group Program Participants
Abstracts of Colloquium Papers and Abstracts of Invited and Symposium Papers
Special Sessions Sponsored by APA Committees
Group Sessions
APA Placement Service Information
Paper Submission Guidelines
Minutes of the 2010 Eastern Division Business Meeting and 2010 Executive Committee Meeting
Election Results
Childcare Information
APA Registration Policy
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Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 17, #3, 2011
David B. Resnik. Scientific research and the public trust.
Martin Peterson and Andreas Spahn. Can technological artefacts be moral agents?
Karsten Klint Jensen, Ellen-Marie Forsberg, Christian Gamborg, Kate Millar and Peter Sandoe. Facilitating ethical reflection among scientists using the ethical matrix.
Katherine Alfredo and Hillary Hart. The university and the responsible conduct of research: Who is responsible for what?
Jong Yong Abdiel Foo. A retrospective analysis of the trend of retracted publications in the field of biomedical and life sciences.
Edward J. Eckel. Textual appropriation in engineering master’s theses: A preliminary study.
David M. Douglas. The social disutility of software ownership.
Erich W. Schienke, Seth D. Baum, Nancy Tuana, Kenneth J. Davis and Klaus Keller. Intrinsic ethics regarding integrated assessment models for climate management.
Philip Boucher. What next after determinism in the ontology of technology? Distributing responsibility in the biofuel debate.
J. Kleijnen. Ethical issues in engineering models: An operations researcher’s reflections.
Colleen Murphy, Paolo Gardoni and Charles E. Harris. Classification and moral evaluation of uncertainties in engineering modeling.
Eric Katz. The Nazi engineers: reflections on technological ethics in Hell.
Charles J. Abate. Should engineering ethics be taught?
Bridget Bero and Alana Kuhlman. Teaching ethics to engineers: Ethical decision-making parallels the engineering design process.
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