Monday, November 21, 2011

November 21, 2011

Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 34, #6, 2011
Biology & Philosophy, Vol. 26, #6, 2011
Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 44, #12, 2011
Economics and Philosophy, Vol. 27, #3, 2011
Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, Vol. 16, #2, 2011
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 104, #3, 2011
Journal of Chinese Philosophy Vol. 38, #4, 2011
Journal of Law and Society , Vol. 38, 4 , 2011
Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 40, #6, 2011
Journal of Religious Ethics, Vol. 39, #4, 2011
Law & Social Inquiry, Vol. 36, #4, 2011
Natural Language Semantics, Vol. 19, #4, 2011
Noûs, Vol. 45, #4, 2011
Philosophy Compass, Vol. 6, #11, 2011
Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Vol. 32, #6, 2011

Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 34, #6, 2011
Target Article
Christian P. Muller and Gunter Schumann.  Drugs as instruments: A new framework for non-addictive psychoactive drug use.
Open Peer Commentary
Serge H. Ahmed.  Toward an evolutionary basis for resilience to drug addiction.
Geroge Ainslie.  Drugs’ rapid payoffs distort evaluation of their instrumental uses.
Tobias Banaschewski, Dorothea Blomeyer, Arlette F. Buchmann, Luise Poustka, Aribert Rothenberger and Manfred Laucht.  Drugs as instruments from a developmental child and adolescent psychiatric perspective.
Gordon Robert Foxall and Valdimar Sigurdsson.  Drug use as consumer behavior.
Andrew J. Goudie, Matthew J. Gullo, Abigail K. Rose, Paul Christiansen, Jonathan C. Cole, Matt Field and Harry Sumnall.  Nonaddictive instrumental drug use: Theoretical strengths and weaknesses.
Mark D. Griffiths.  Non-addictive psychoactive drug use: Implications for behavioral addiction.
Tod E. Kippin.  Does drug mis-instrumentalization lead to drug abuse?
Daniel H. Lende.  Drug instrumentalization and evolution: Going even further.
Geoffrey F. Miller.  Optimal drug use and rational drug policy.
Levente Moro and Valdas Noreika.  Sacramental and spiritual use of hallucinogenic drugs.
Hanna Pickard.  The instrumental rationality of addiction.
Alastair Reid.  Drug addiction finds its own niche.
Rainer Spanagel.  Why do we take drugs?  From the drug-reinforcement theory to a novel concept of drug instrumentalization.
Roger J. Sullivan and Edward H. Hagen.  But is it evolution…?
Joel Swendsen and Michel Le Moal.  Flaws of drug instrumentalization.
Alfonso Troisi.  Psychoactive drug use: Expand the scope of outcome assessment.
Robert Van Gulick.  Drugs, mental instruments, and self-control.
David M. Warburton.  Aspects of nicotine utilization.
Kevin Chien-Chang Wu. Governing drug use through neurobiological subject construction: The sad loss of the sociocultural.
Author’s Response
Christian P. Muller and Gunter Schumann.  To use or not to use: Expanding the view on non-addictive psychoactive drug consumption and its implications.
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Biology & Philosophy, Vol. 26, #6, 2011

Trevor Pearce. Ecosystem engineering, experiment, and evolution.
Peter Gildenhuys. Righteous modeling: the competence of classical population genetics.
Jason A. Tipton. Borrowed plumes: mimetic powers and the polymorphism of humans.
P. D. Magnus. Drakes, seadevils, and similarity fetishism.
Michael Trestman. Two strategies for investigating the evolution of behavior.
Jelle de Boer. Moral ape philosophy.
Review Essay
David C. Queller. A gene’s eye view of Darwinian populations.
Book Review
Lindell Bromham. Wandering drunks and general lawlessness in biology: does diversity and complexity tend to increase in evolutionary systems?
Heikki Helanterä. Extending the modern synthesis with ants: Ant encounters.
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Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 44, #12, 2011

Andre Blais, Romain Lachat, Airo Hino and Pascal Doray-Demers.  The mechanical and psychological effects of electoral systems: A quasi-experimental study.
Timo Fleckenstein, Adam M. Saunders, and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser.  The dual transformation of social protection and human capital: Comparing Britain and Germany.
Johan A. Elkink.  The international diffusion of democracy.
Paul V. Warwick.  Voters, parties, and declared government policy.
Book Reviews
Latin American Party Systems by H. Kitschelt, K.A. Hawkins, J.P. Luna, G. Rosas, and E.J. Zechmeister.  Review by Noam Lupu.
Political Power and Women’s Representation in Latin America by L.A. Schwindt-Bayer.  Review by Ju Angela.
Museveni’s Uganda: Paradoxes of Power in a Hybrid Regime by A.M. Tripp.  Review by Matthew D. Fails.
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Economics and Philosophy, Vol. 27, #3, 2011

Robin Harding. Freedom to choose and democracy: the empirical question.
Martin K. Jones. External validity and libraries of phenomena: A critique of Guala’s methodology of experimental economics.
Mauro Rossi. Transcendental arguments and interpersonal utility comparisons.
Laura Valentini. A paradigm shift in theorizing about justice? A critique of Sen.
The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Economics, edited by Harold Kincaid and Don Ross (eds.) Review by Emrah Aydinonat.
The Idea of Justice by Amartya Sen. Review by Luigino Bruni.
Identity Economics: How Our Indentities Shape Our Work, Wages, and Well-Being. Review by John B. Davis.
Making the Social World: The Structure of Human Civilization by John R. Searle. Review by Frank Hindriks.
Pleasures of Benthamism. Victorian Literature, Utility, Political Economy by Kathleen Blake. Review by Bruna Ingrao.
Economic Methodology: Understanding Economics as a Science by Marcel Boumans and John B. Davis (with contributions from Mark Blaug, Harro Maas and Ndrej Svorencik. Review by Mark Peacock.
Johan E. Gustafsson. An Extended Framework for Preference Relations – Erratum.
Johan E. Gustafsson. An Extended Framework for Preference Relations—Corrected Version.
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Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, Vol. 16, #2, 2011

Akiko Okifuji and Bryan Benham.  Suicidal and self-harm behaviors in chronic pain patients.
Suzanne C. Thompson, Sarah Ting, Amelia Gonzalez, and Alison Ryan.  Could that happen to me?: Individual differences in perception of threat and intentions to take protective action.
Scott C. Carvajal, Antonio L. Estrada, Barbara D. Estrada, and Gina Jones-Rodriguez.  Determinants of HIV risk and protective needle-sharing behaviors among drug injectors.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 104, #3, 2011

David P. Boyd.  Art and artifice in public apologies.
Jaana Woiceshyn.  A model for ethical decision making in business: Reasoning, intuition, and rational moral principles.
Tobias Hahn and Frank Figge.  Beyond the bounded instrumentality in current corporate sustainability research: Toward an inclusive notion of profitability.
A.J.W. Bennett.  Learning to be job ready: Strategies for greater social inclusion in public sector employment.
Ching-Hsun Chang.  The influence of corporate environmental ethics on competitive advantage: The mediation role of green innovation.
Hans Ramo.  Visualizing the phronetic organization: The case of photographs in CSR reports.
N.S. Eccles and S. Viviers.  The origins and meanings of names describing investment practices that integrate a consideration of ESG issues in the academic literature.
Maarten Vandewaerde, Wim Voordeckers, Frank Lambrechts and Yannick Bammens.  Board team leadership revisited: A conceptual model of shared leadership in the boardroom.
Jeremy Galbreath.  To what extent is business responding to climate change?  Evidence from a global wine producer.
Bahaudin G. Mujtaba, Reza Tajaddini and Lisa Y. Chen.  Business ethics perceptions of public and private sector Iranians.
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Journal of Chinese Philosophy Vol. 38, #4, 2011

Stephen R. Palmquist.  Introduction: Levels of perspectives in Kant and Chinese philosophy.
Eric S. Nelson.  Kant and China: Aesthetics, race, and nature.
A.T. Nuyen.  The Kantian good will and the Confucian sincere will.
Scott R. Stroud.  Moral cultivation in Kant and Xunzi.
Mario Wenning.  Kant and Daoism on nothingness.
Stephen R. Palmquist.  Architectonic reasoning and interpretation in Kant and the Yijing.
Fabian Heubel.  Kant and transcultural critique: Toward a contemporary philosophy of self-cultivation.
Chung-Ying Cheng.  Incorporating Kantian good will (2) a Confucian-Kantian synthesis.
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Journal of Law and Society , Vol. 38, 4 , 2011

Michel Coutu and Thierry Kirat.  John R. Commons and Max Weber: The foundations of an economic sociology of law.
Oliver Quick.  Expert evidence and medical manslaughter: Vagueness in action.
Helen Carr.  The right to buy, the leaseholder, and the impoverishment of ownership.
Mark McCann and Sally Wheeler.  Gender diversity in the FTSE 100: The business case claim explored.
Anna K. Zimdars.  The competition for Pupillages at the bar of England and Wales.
David McCallum.  Liberal forms of governing Australian indigenous peoples.
Review Article
Law’s Meaning of Life: Philosophy, Religion, Darwin, and the Legal Personby Ngaire Naffine.  Review by Bryan Thomas.
Book Reviews
The Judge as Political Theorist by David Robertson.  Review by Stephen Sedley.
Tribal Constitutionalism: States, Tribes, and the Governance of Membership by Kirsty Gover.  Review by Tim Rowse.
The Regulatory Enterprise: Government, Regulation, and Legitimacy by Tony Prosser.  Review by Claudio M. Radaelli.
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Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 40, #6, 2011

Eric Swanson.  On the treatment of incomparability in ordering semantics and premise semantics.
Richard G. Heck.  Ramified frege arithmetic.
Tomasz Placek.  Possibilities without possible worlds/histories.
David Fernandez-Duque.  Dynamic topological interpreted over minimal systems.
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Journal of Religious Ethics, Vol. 39, #4, 2011

Editorial / Contributors
Articles : Focus on the Ethics of Torture
Jonathan K. Crane. Perspectives on torture: Reports from a Dialogue Including Christian, Judaic, Islamic, and Feminist Viewpoints.
David P. Gushee. The Contemporary U.S. Torture Debate In Christian Historical Perspective.
Jonathan K. Crane. Torturous Ambivalence: Judaic Struggles With Torture.
Rumee Ahmed. The Lash Is Mightier Than The Sword: Torture and Citizenry in Medieval Muslim Jurisprudence.
Christine E. Gudorf.
Elizabeth Agnew Cochran. Consent, Conversion, And Moral Formation: Stoic Elements In Jonathan Edwards's Ethics.
Wesley Erdelack. Antivoluntarism And The Birth Of Autonomy.
Jennifer R. Rapp. Forgetting And The Task Of Seeing: Ordinary Oblivion, Plato, And Ethics.
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Law & Social Inquiry, Vol. 36, #4, 2011

Virgilio Afonso da Silva and Fernanda Vargas Terrazas. Claiming the right to health in Brazilian courts: The exclusion of the already excluded?
Raul A. Sanchez Urribarri.  Courts between democracy and hybrid authoritarianism: Evidence from the Venezuelan supreme court.
Terence C. Halliday and Robert L. Nelson.  Lawyers, structure, and power: A tribute to John Heinz.
Anthony Paik, John P. Heinz, and Ann Southworth.  Political lawyers: The structure of a national network.
Marina Zaloznaya and Laura Beth Nielson.  Mechanisms and consequences of professional marginality: The case of poverty lawyers revisited.
Jothie Rajah.  Punishing bodies, securing the nation: How rule of law can legitimate the urbane authoritarian state.
Ronit Dinovitzer.  The financial rewards of elite status in the legal profession.
John C. Coates, Michele M. DeStefano, Ashish Nanda, and David B. Wilkins.  Hiring teams, firms, and lawyers: Evidence of the evolving relationships in the corporate legal market.
Review Essays
Peculiar Institution: America’s Death Penalty in an Age of Abolition by David Garland.  American capital punishment in comparative perspective by David T. Johnson.
The Spirit of the Law: Religious Voices and the Constitution in Modern America by Sarah Barringer.  Religion and the practices of popular constitutionalism: Sarah Gordon’s The Spirit of the Law by Joshua Dubler.
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Wiep van Bunge, Henri Krop, Piet Steenbakkers, Jeroen van de Ven (eds.), The Continuum Companion to Spinoza. Reviewed by Yitzhak Melamed.
Richard Campbell, The Concept of Truth. Reviewed by Douglas McDermid.
Mark D. Friedman, Nozick's Libertarian Project: An Elaboration and Defense. Reviewed by Matt Matravers.
Thomas Hurka, Drawing Morals: Essays in Ethical Theory. Reviewed by Gwen Bradford.
Herbert McCabe, God and Evil in the Theology of St Thomas Aquinas, Brian Davies (ed.).Reviewed by John Haldane.
Michelle Maiese, Embodiment, Emotion, and Cognition. Reviewed by Demian Whiting.
Patrick Lee Miller, Becoming God: Pure Reason in Early Greek Philosophy. Reviewed by Daniel W. Graham.
Gregory J. Morgan (ed.), Philosophy of Science Matters: The Philosophy of Peter Achinstein. Reviewed by Jarrett Leplin.
Robert Pasnau (ed.), Christina Van Dyke (assoc. ed.), The Cambridge History of Medieval Philosophy (2 vols.). Reviewed by Kara Richardson.
Sandra Peterson, Socrates and Philosophy in the Dialogues of Plato. Reviewed by Eve A. Browning.
Sabine Roeser, Moral Emotions and Intuitions. Reviewed by Elizabeth Tropman.
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Natural Language Semantics, Vol. 19, #4, 2011

Ivano Caponigro and Kathryn Davidson. Ask, and tell as well: Question-Answer Clauses in American Sign Language.
Philippe Schlenker. DRT with local contexts.
Philippe Schlenker. Erratum to: DRT with local contexts.
Philippe Schlenker. The Proviso Problem: a note.
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Noûs, Vol. 45, #4, 2011

David J. Chalmers.  Propositions and attitude ascriptions: A Fregean account.
Arnon Levy.  Information in biology: A factionalist account.
Ram Neta.  A refutation of Cartesian fallibilism.
Nikk Effingham.  Undermining motivations for unvirsalism.
Susanna Schellenberg.  Perceptual Content Defended.
Mark Eli Kalderon.  Color illusion.
Critical Study
Simon Keller.  Social psychology and philosophy: Problems in translation.
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Philosophy Compass, Vol. 6, #11, 2011

Chloe Taylor.  Race and racism in Foucault’s College de France lectures.
Stephen M. Downes.  Scientific models.
Melina A. Roberts.  An asymmetry in the ethics of procreation.
Kenneth Ehrenberg.  Critical reception of Raz’s theory of authority.
Frederick Kroon.  Fictionalism in metaphysics.
Megan Wallace.  Composition as identity: Part 1.
Megan Wallace.  Composition as Identity: Part 2
Robert J. Matthews.  Measurement-theoretic accounts of propositional attitudes.
Sebastian Watzl.  The nature of attention.
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Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Vol. 32, #6, 2011

Kristen Hine.  What is the outcome of applying principlsm?
Leah McClimans.  Interpretability, validity, and the minimum important difference.
Henrik Lerner and Bjorn Hofmann.  Normality and naturalness: A comparison of the meanings of concepts used within verterinary medicine and human medicine.
Book Reviews
Bioetica ed etica della responsabilita: Dai fondamenti teorici alle applicazioni pratiche by Fabrizio Turoldo.  Review by Marco Tuono.
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