Monday, November 14, 2011

November 14, 2011

Human Rights Review, Vol. 12, #4, 2011
Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 69, #4, 2011
Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 28, #4, 2011
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 104, #2, 2011
Philosophical Papers, Vol. 21, #1, 2011
Ratio, Vol. 24, #4, 2011
Utilitas, Vol. 23, #4


Human Rights Review, Vol. 12, #4, 2011
Nicolas Rost.  Human rights violations, weak states, and civil war.
Peter Miller.  Torture approval in comparative perspective.
Joyce Apsel.  Educating a new generation: The model of the “Genocide and Human Rights University Program.”
Nathan Stout.  Ticking bombs and moral luck: An analysis of ticking bomb methodology.
Jordan Kiper.  Henry Shue on basic rights: A defense.
Gearoid Millar.  Local evaluations of justice through truth telling in Sierra Leone: Postwar needs and transitional justice.
Book Reviews
Making People Illegal: What Globalization Means for Migration and Law by Catherine Dauvergne.  Review by Michael A. Bouzigard.
Democratic Insecurities: Violence, Trauma, and Intervention in Haiti by Erica Caple James.  Review by Dave O. Benjamin.
Partner to the Poor: A Paul Farmer Reader by Paul Farmer.  Review by Anthony Tirado Chase.
A Foreigner Carrying in the Crook of His Arm a Tiny Bomb by Amitava Kumar.  Review by John W. Dietrich.
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Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 69, #4, 2011
K. E. Gover.  Artistic freedom and moral rights in contemporary art: The mass MoCA controversy.
Peter Kivy.  Paraphrasing poetry (for profit and pleasure).
Johan de Smedt and Helen de Cruz.  A cognitive approach to the earliest art.
Andrew Kania.  All play and no work: An ontology of jazz.
Ted Nannicelli.  Why can’t screenplays be artworks?
Book Reviews
Work and Object: Explorations in the Metaphysics of Art by Peter LaMarque.  Review by Robert Stecker.
Art Intervenes in Society: A New Artistic Relationship by Chunchen Wang.  Review by Mary Bittner Wiseman.
Philosophical Perspectives on Depiction edited by Catherine Abell and Katerina Bantinaki.  Review by Mark Rollins.
Philosophers on Music: Experience, Meaning, and Work edited by Kathleen Stock.  Review by Jonathan A. Neufeld.
Creativity and Art: Three Roads to Surprise by Margaret A. Boden.  Review by Paisley Livingston.
Musical Beauty: Negotiating the Boundary Between Subject and Object by Ferdia Stone-Davis.  Review by Jennifer Judkins.
Soul Music: Tracking the Spiritual Roots of Pop from Plato to Motown by Joel Rudinow.  Review by John Andrew Fisher.
The Art of Videogames by Grant Tavinor.  Review by Luke Cuddy.
What is Contemporary Art? By Terry Smith.  Review by Douglas Stalker.
Political Aesthetics by Crispin Sartwell.  Review by Paul Voice.
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Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 28, #4, 2011
Hugh Lazenby.  Is age special?  Justice, complete lives and the prudential lifespan account.
Rasmus Sommer Hansen and Soren Flinch Midtgaard.  Sinking Cohen’s flagship – or why people with expensive tastes should not be compensated.
Guy Kahane.  Mastery without mystery: Why there is no Promethean sin in enhancement.
Terrance McConnell.  Genetic enhancement and moral attitudes toward the given.
Matthew Pianalto.  Moral Conviction.
Ben Almassi.  The consequences of individual consumption: A defence of threshold arguments for vegetarianism and consumer ethics.
Book Reviews
Essential Readings in Biosemiotics: Anthology and Commentary by Donald Favareau.  Review by Victoria N. Alexander.
The Animal Rights Debate: Abolition or Regulation? By Gary L. Francione and Robert Garner.  Review by Jason Wyckoff.
The Ethics of Parenthood by Norvin Richards.  Review by Anca Ghaeus.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 104, #2, 2011
Ye Cai, Hoje Jo, and Carrie Pan.  Vice or virtue?  The impact of corporate social responsibility on executive compensation.
Yongquiang Gao.  Government intervention, perceived benefit, and bribery of firms in transitional China.
Matthias M. Graf, Niels Van Quaquebeke and Rolf Van Dick.  Two independent value orientations: Ideal and counter-ideal leader values and their impact on followers’ respect for and identification with their leaders.
Kangtao Ye and Ran Zhang.  Do lenders value corporate social responsibility? Evidence from China.
Armenio Rego, Susana Leal and Miguel Pina e Cunha.  Rethinking the employees’ perceptions of corporate citizenship dimensionalization.
Nicolas Cachanosky.  A comment on Barnett and Block on time deposit and Bagus and Howden on loan maturity mismatching.
Chellie Spiller, Edwina Pio, Lijijana Erakovic and Manuka Henare.  Wise up: Creating organizational wisdom through an ethic of Kaitiakitanga.
Hayden Teo and Donella Caspersz.  Dissenting discourse: exploring alternatives to the whistleblowing/silence dichotomy.
Gordon Liu and Wai-Wai Ko.  Social alliance and employee voluntary activities: A resource-based perspective.
Sungchul Choi and Alex Ng.  Environmental and economic dimensions of sustainability and price effects on consumer responses.
Won Young Oh, Young Kyun Chang and Aleksey Martynov.  The effect of ownership structure on corporate social responsibility: Empirical evidence from Korea.
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Lawrence E. Johnson, A Life-Centered Approach to Bioethics: Biocentric Ethics. Reviewed by Daniel P. Sulmasy
Ward E. Jones and Samantha Vice (eds.), Ethics at the Cinema. Reviewed by Diane Jeske.
Serene J. Khader, Adaptive Preferences and Women's Empowerment. Reviewed by Ann E. Cudd.
Alison Stone (ed.), The Edinburgh Critical History of Nineteenth-Century Philosophy. Reviewed by Colin McQuillan.
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Philosophical Papers, Vol. 21, #1, 2011
Tim Bayne and Maja Spener.  Introspective humility.
Ned Block.  Attention and mental paint.
John Campbell.  Independence of variables in mental causation.
Quassim Cassam.  Judging, believing and thinking.
Jonathan Cohen.  Perception and computation.
Tyler Doggett and Daniel Stoljar.  Does Nagel’s footnote eleven solve the mind-body problem?
Christopher S. Hill.  Intentionally downsized.
Frank Jackson.  The autonomy of mind.
Uriah Kriegel.  Intentionality and normativity.
Joseph Levine.  Phenomenal experience: A Cartesian theater revival.
Fiona Macpherson.  A disjunctive theory of introspection: A reflection on zombies and Anton’s syndrome.
Brian P. McLaughlin.  Consciousness, type physicalism, and inference to the best explanation.
Casey O’Callaghan.  Experiencing speech.
Adam Pautz.  Do theories of consciousness rest on a mistake?
David Rosenthal.  How to think about mental qualities.
Timothy Schroeder.  Practical rationality is a problem in the philosophy of mind.
Michael Tye. Attention, seeing, and change blindness.
Alyssa Ney.  Convergence on the problem of mental causation: Shoemaker’s strategy for (nonreductive?) physicalists.
Sydney Shoemaker.  Comments on Alyssa Ney.
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Ratio, Vol. 24, #4, 2011
Michael Smith.  Deontological moral obligations and non-welfarist agent-relative values. 
Philip Stratton-Lake.  Recalcitrant pluralism.
Ralph Wedgwood.  Defending double effect.
David Owens.  The possibility of consent.
Peter Vallentyne.  Enforcement rights against non-culpable non-just intrusion.
Elizabeth Harman.  Does moral ignorance exculpate?
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Utilitas, Vol. 23, #4, 2011
Frederick Schauer.  Bentham on presumed offenses.
William H. Shaw.  Utilitarianism and recourse to war.
Toby Handfield.  Absent desires.
Michael Hauskeller.  No philosophy for swine: John Stuart Mill on the quality of pleasures.
Rob Van Someren Greve.  Wishful thinking in moral theorizing: Comment on Enoch.
Donald W. Bruckner.  Colburn on covert influences.
Book Reviews
What is This Thing Called Happiness? By Fred Feldman.  Review by Erik Angner.
Risorgimento in Exile: Italian Emigres and the Liberal International in the Post-Napoleonic Era by Maurizio Isabella.  Review by Frederick Rosen.
John Stuart Mill and the Art of Life edited by Ben Eggleston, Dale E. Miller and David Weinstein.  Review by Antis Loizides.
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