Monday, November 7, 2011

November 7, 2011

American Journal of Bioethics, Vol. 11, #11, 2011
Analysis, Vol. 71, #4, 2011
British Journal of Aesthetics, Vol. 51, #4, 2011
Foundations of Science, Vol. 16, #4, 2011
Journal of Ethics, Vol. 15, #4, 2011
Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 19, #4, 2011
Linguistics and Philosophy, Vol. 34, #1, 2011
Mind and Language, Vol. 26, #5, 2011
Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 92, #4, 2011
Ratio Juris, Vol. 24, #4, 2011
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 156, #3, 2011  
Synthese, Vol. 183, #3, 2011

American Journal of Bioethics, Vol. 11, #11, 2011
Rosamond Rhodes, Jody Azzouni, Stefan Bernard Baumrin, et al.  De Minimis risk: A proposal for a new category of research risk.
Target Article
John D. Lantos and William L. Meadow.  Should the “slow code” be resuscitated?
Open Peer Commentaries
John J. Paris and Michael Patrick Moore.  The resuscitation of “slow codes”: Fraud, lies, and deception.
Wynne Morrison and Chris Feudtner.  Quick and limited is better than slow, sloppy, or sly.
Mark R. Mercurio.  Faking it: Unnecessary deceptions and the slow code.
Annie Janvier and Keith Barrington.  What is an “appropriate code”?
Jeffrey T. Berger.  Misadventures in CPR: Neglecting nonmaleficent and advocacy obligations.
Alexander A. Kon.  Informed non-dissent: A better option than slow codes when families cannot bear to say “let her die.”
William Lawrence Allen.  Let’s do not resuscitate placebo cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Jonna D. Clark and Denise M. Dudzinski.  The false dichotomy: Do “everything” or give up.
Ann Weinacker. The “slow code” should be a “no code.”
Rosalind Ekman Ladd and Edwin N. Forman.  Why not a transparent slow code?
Target Article
Toby Schonfeld, Joseph S. Brown, N. Jean Amoura and Bruce Gordon.  “You don’t know me, but…”: Access to patient data and subject recruitment in human subjects research.
Open Peer Commentaries
Dov Greenbaum and Mark Gerstein.  The role of cloud computing in managing the deluge of potentially private genetic data.
Simon J. Craddock Lee, Jasmin A. TIro, Wendy Pechero Bishop, P. Diane Sheppard and Celette Sugg Skinner.  Legitimate and ethical: Distinguishing when and how regulations apply in patient-oriented research.
Abraham P. Schwab, Lily Frank and Nada Gligorov.  Saying privacy, meaning confidentiality.
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Analysis, Vol. 71, #4, 2011
John Haldane.  Identifying privative causes.
Charles Taliaferro and Jason Decker.  On dedications.
Roy Sorensen.  Bottomless determination: How Yablo can get proportionality from gunk.
Geoffrey Hellman.  On the significance of the Burali-Forti paradox.
Michael Rush.  Picturing persistence.
Adam Rieger.  Voting on voting systems, or the limits of democracy.
Bradley Monton.  Mixed strategies can’t evade Pascal’s Wager.
Peter Bokulich.  Hempel’s dilemma and domains of physics.
John Biro.  What is ‘that’?
Graeme Forbes.  The problem of factives for sense theories.
Paul D. Thorn.  Undercutting defeat via reference properties of differing arity: A reply to Pust.
Bradley Armour-Garb.  Contextualism without pragmatic encroachment.
Roger White.  What fine-tuning’s got to do with it: A reply to Weisberg.
Earl Conee.  Modal realism, counterpart theory, and the possibility of multiversal rectitude.
Matthew A. Benton.  Two more for the knowledge  account of assertion.
Charlie Pelling.  A self-referential paradox for the truth account of assertion.
Ben Burgis.  Paracompleteness and revenge.
Jc Beall.  Dialetheists against Pinocchio.
Book Symposium
John Searle.  Summary.
Nicholas Fotion.  Searle on human rights.
Raimo Tuomela.  Searle’s new construction of social reality.
Joshua Rust.  Aesthetic norms and institutional reality.
John Searle.  Replies.
Book Reviews
The New Pragmatism by Alan Malachowski.  Review by Richard N. Manning.
Fiction and Fictionalism by Richard M. Sainsbury.  Review by Anthony Everett.
The Metaphysics of Perception: Wilfrid Sellars, PerceptualConsciousness and Critical Realism by Paul Coates.  Review by Heather Logue.
Emergence in Mind edited by Cynthia Macdonald and Graham Macdonald.  Review by Matthew C. Haug.
The Extended Mind edited by Richard Menary.  Review by Daniel D. Hutto.
Ethics and Humanity: Themes from the Philosophy of Jonathan Glover edited by Nancy Ann Davis, Richard Keshen and Jeff McMahan.  Review by Jennie Louise.
Persons, Interests, and Justice by Nils Holtug.  Review by Carl Knight.
Metaphysics and God: Essays in Honor of Elonore Stump edited by Kevin Timpe.  Review by Daniel Speak.
Limits of Legality: The Ethics of Lawless Judging by Jeffrey Brand-Ballard.  Review by Jesper Ryberg.
Mathematics and Reality by Mary Leng.  Review by Leon Horsten.
Narratives and Narrators: A Philosophy of Stories by Gregory Currie.  Review by Corin Fox and Mitchell Green.
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British Journal of Aesthetics, Vol. 51, #4, 2011
Richard Shusterman.  The pragmatist aesthetics of William James.
Jason Gaiger.  Participatory imagining and the explanation of living-presence response.
Christopher Bartel.  Music without metaphysics?
Ted Nannicelli.  Instructions and artworks: Musical scores, theatrical scripts, architectural plans, and screenplays.
Keren Gorodeisky.  A tale of two faculties.
Kevin Melchionne.  Aesthetic experience in everyday life: A reply to Dowling.
Book Reviews
Work and Object: Explorations in the Metaphysics of Art by Peter Lamarque.  Review by Brandon Cooke.
Nabokov and the Art of Play by Thomas Karshan.  Review by Paul Benedict Grant.
Portraits and Persons: A Philosophical Inquiry by Cynthia Freeland.  Review by Patrick Maynard.
Artistic Judgment: A Framework for Philosophical Aesthetics by Graham McFee.  Review by Thomas Adajian.
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Foundations of Science, Vol. 16, #4, 2011
Charles Auffray and Denis Noble.  Scale relativity: An extended paradigm for physics and biology?
Laurent Nottale.  Multiscale integration in scale relativity theory.
Nicolas F. Lori.  On definitions of information in physics.
Thomas Durt.  Competing definitions of information versus entropy in physics.
Nico M. van Straalen.  The issue of “closure” in Jagers op Akkerhuis’s operator theory.
Rob Hengeveld.  Definitions of life are not only unnecessary, but they can do harm to understanding.
Gerard Jagers op Akkerhuis.  Explaining the origin of life is not enough for a definition of life.
Giuseppe Longo.  Symmetries and symmetry-breakings: The fabric of physical interactions and the flow of time.
Francis Heylighen.  Symmetry, potentiality and reversibility.
Uwe V. Riss.  Objects and processes in mathematical practice.
Mihaela D. Iftime.  A nonlinear method for measuring the effects of environmental variations.
Decio Krause, Jonas R. B. Arenhart and Fernando T. F. Moraes.  Axiomatization and models of scientific theories.
Margarita Vazquez and Manuel Liz.  Models as points of view: The case of system dynamics.
Massimiliano Sassoli de Bianchi.  Ephermeral properties and the illusion of microscopic particles.
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Journal of Ethics, Vol. 15, #4, 2011
Phillip Montague. Stem Cell Research and the Problem of Embryonic Identity.
Frans Svensson. Eudaimonist Virtue Ethics and Right Action: A Reassessment.
Caj Strandberg. The Pragmatics of Moral Motivation.
Igor Primoratz. Civilian Immunity, Supreme Emergency, and Moral Disaster.
Eric Cavallero. Health, Luck and Moral Fallacies of the Second Best.
Steven Arkonovich. Advisors and Deliberation.
Bernard E. Rollin. Animal Pain: What It is and Why It Matters.

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.  The myth of ‘merely formal freedom’.
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Linguistics and Philosophy, Vol. 34, #1, 2011
Adrian Brasoveanu and Donka F. Farkas.  How indefinites choose their scope.
Olga Kagan.  The actual world is abnormal: On the semantics of the bylo construction in Russian.
Reinhard Muskens.  A squib on anaphora and coindexing.

Mind and Language, Vol. 26, #5, 2011
Eric Margolis and Stephen Laurence.  Learning matters: The role of learning in concept acquisition.
Phil Serchuk, Ian Hargreaves, and Richard Zach.  Vagueness, Logic and Use: Four experimental studies on vagueness.
David Braun.  Implicating questions.
Maura Tumulty.  Delusions and dispositionalism about belief.
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Michael Cholbi, Suicide: The Philosophical Dimensions. Reviewed by Dennis R. Cooley.
Dale E. Miller, J. S. Mill: Moral, Social and Political Thought. Reviewed by Henry R. West.
David A. Strauss, The Living Constitution. Reviewed by Craig Duncan.
John Skorupski, The Domain of Reasons. Reviewed by Hallvard Lillehammer.
Christopher D. Wraight, The Ethics of Trade and Aid: Development, Charity or Waste? Reviewed by Aine Donovan.
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Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 92, #4, 2011
Yuval Avnur, Anthony Brueckner, and Christopher T. Buford.  No closure on skepticism.
Emil Badici.  Standards of equality and Hume’s view of geometry.
Jonathan Gilmore.  Aptness of emotions for fictions and imaginings.
Rosemary Lowry and Martin Peterson.  Pure time preference.
Ernani Magalhaes.  Presentism, persistence and composition.
Ryan Wasserman.  Intentional action and the unintentional fallacy.
Richard Woodward.  Is modal factionalism artificial?
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Ratio Juris, Vol. 24, #4, 2011
Neil Walker.  Reconciling MacCormick: Constitutional pluralism and the unity of practical reason.
Nico Krisch.  Who is afraid of radical pluralism?  Legal order and political stability in the postnational space.
Peter Rijpkema.  The inevitability of moral evaluation.
Richard Ekins.  Legislative intent in Law’s Empire.
Gianfrancesco Zanetti.  Equality and marriage in Vico.
Anthony Amatrudo.  Corporate personality: A politico-jurisprudential argument.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 156, #3, 2011  
David Blumenfeld.  Lucky agents, big and little: Should size really matter?
Chris Daly and David Liggins.  Deferentialism.
Jeff Speaks.  Spectrum inversion without a difference in representation is impossible.
Edward Kanterian.  Kripke’s metalinguistic apparatus and the analysis of definite descriptions.
Philip Percival.  Predicate abstraction, the limits of quantification, and the modality of existence.
Herman Cappelen and John Hawthorne.  Reply to Lasersohn, MacFarlane, and Richard.
Mark Richard.  Relativistic content and disagreement.
Peter Lasersohn.  Context, relevant parts and (lack of) disagreement over taste.
John MacFarlane.  Simplicity made difficult.
Herman Cappelen and John Hawthorne.  Reply to Lasersohn, MacFarlane, and Richard.
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Synthese, Vol. 183, #3, 2011
Neuroscience and its Philosophy
Gualtiero Piccinini & Carl Craver. Integrating psychology and neuroscience: functional analyses as mechanism sketches.
Daniel A. Weiskopf. Models and mechanisms in psychological explanation.
David Michael Kaplan. Explanation and description in computational neuroscience.
Mark B. Couch. Mechanisms and constitutive relevance.
Jonathan Waskan. Mechanistic explanation at the limit.
James Woodward. Mechanisms revisited.
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