Monday, December 12, 2011

December 12, 2011

British Journal for the History of Science, Vol. 44, #4, 2011
Environmental Ethics, Vol. 33, #3, 2011
Ethics, Vol. 122, #1, 2012
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 105, #1, 2012
Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. 42, #4, 2011
Monist, Vol. 94, #4, 2011
Philosophical Papers, Vol. 40, #3, 2011
Philosophy and Theory in Biology, Vol. 3, 2011
Review of Metaphysics, Vol. 65, #2, 2011
Social Policy and Society, Vol. 11, #1, 2012
Southern Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 49, #4, 2011
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, Vol. 42, #4, 2011
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Modern Physics, Vol. 42, #4, 2011
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C:Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 42, #4, 2011


British Journal for the History of Science, Vol. 44, #4, 2011
Virginia Iommi Echeverria. Hydrostatics on the fray: Tartaglia, Cardano and the recovering of sunken ships.
John S. Croucher and Rosalind F. Croucher. Mrs. Janet Taylor’s ‘Mariner’s Calculator’: Assessment and reassessment.
Pedro Ruiz-Castell. Priority claims and public disputes in astronomy: E.M. Antoniadi, J. Comas I Sola and the search for authority and social prestige in the early twentieth century.
Henrik C. Aspengren. Sociological knowledge and colonial power in Bombay around the first world war.
Daniele Cozzoli and Mauro Capocci. Making biomedicine in twentieth-century Italy: Domencio Marotta (1886-1974) and the Italian Higher Institute of Health.
Book Reviews
The Tyranny of Science by Paul Feyerabend. Review by Ian James Kidd.
Science by Steve Fuller. Review by Nick Tosh.
Scientific Understanding: Philosophical Perspectives edited by Henk W. De Regt, Sabina Leonelli and Kai Eigner. Review by Jacob Stegenga.
Monks, Manuscripts, and Sundials: The Navicula in Medieval England by Catherine Eagleton. Review by Michael H. Shank.
Old Age and Disease in Early Modern Medicine by Daniel Schafer. Review by Alun Withey.
Adam and Eve in the Protestant Reformation by Kathleen M. Crowther. Review by Charlotte Methuen.
Birthing Bodies in Early Modern France: Stories of Gender and Reproduction by Kirk D. Read. Review by Alison Williams.
Intellectual Curiosity and the Scientific Revolution: A Global Perspective by Toby E. Huff. Review by Avner Ben-Zaken.
Copernicus and the Aristotelian Tradition: Education, Reading and Philosophy in Copernicus’s Path to Heliocentrism by Andre Goddu. Review by Steven Vanden Broecke.
Galileo Engineer by Matteo Valleriani. Review by Renee J. Raphael.
Galileo by J.L. Heilbron. Review by Matteo Valleriani.
The Accademia del Cimento and Its European Context edited by Marco Beretta, Antonio Clericuzio and Lawrenec M. Principe. Review by Nick Wilding.
The Collapse of Mechanism and the Rise of Sensibility: Science and the Shaping of Modernity, 1680-1760 by Stephen Gaukroger. Review by James A.T. Lancaster.
Selling Science in the Age of Newton: Advertising and the Commodization of Knowledge by Jeffrey R. Wigelsworth. Review by Alexi Baker.
An Observer of Observatories: The Journal of Thomas Bugge’s Tour of Germany, Holland, and England in 1777 edited by Kurt Moller Pederson and Peter de Clercq. Review by Rebekah Higgitt.
Aleppo Observed: Ottoman Syria through the Eyes of Two Scottish Doctors, Alexander and Patrick Russell by Maurits H. van den Boogert. Review by Simon Mills.
Discoverers of the Universe: William and Caroline Herschel by Michael Hoskin. Review by Emily Winterburn.
Die Form des Werdens. Eine Kulturgeschichte der Embryologie, 1760-1830 by Janinia Wellmann. Review by Thomas P. Weber.
Morbid Curiosities: Medical Museums in Nineteenth-Century Britain by Samuel J.M.M. Alberti. Review by Keir Waddington.
Steam Coffin: Captain Moses Rogers and the Steamship Savannah Break the Barrier by John Laurence Busch. Review by Larrie D. Ferreiro.
The Mind of the Child: Child Development in Literature, Science, and Medicine 1840-1900 by Sally Shuttleworth. Review by Charlotte Sleigh.
Darwin’s Disciple: George John Romanes, a Life in Letters by Joel S. Schwartz. Review by Roger Smith.
Pursuing Power and Light: Technology and Physics from James Watt to Albert Einstein by Bruce J. Hunt. Review by David Philip Miller.
Archibald Liversidge, FRS: Imperial Science under the Southern Cross by Roy MacLeod. Review by W.H. Brock.
Mendelism in Bohemia and Moravia, 1900-1930 edited by Michal Simunek, Uwe Hobfeld, Olaf Breidbach and Miklos Muller. Review by Sander Gliboff.
Werner Heisenberg – Die Sprache der Atome. Leben und Wirken – Eine wissenschaftliche Biographie. Die ‘Frohliche Wissenschaft’ (Jugend bis Nobelpreis) by Helmut Rechenberg. Review by Klaus Hentschel.
Lenin’s Laureate: Zhores Alferov’s Life in Communist Science by Paul R. Josephson. Review by Steven J. Main.
Death in a Small Package: A Short History of Anthrax by Susan D. Jones. Review by James F. Stark.
The Mirage of Space between Nature and Nurture by Evelyn Fox Keller. Review by Michael Ruse.
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Environmental Ethics, Vol. 33, #3, 2011
Joakim Sanderberg. “My emissions make no difference”: Climate change and the argument from inconsequentialism.
Nancy M. Rourke. Prudence gone wild: Catholic environmental virtue ethics.
Discussion Papers
Kristen Hessler. Agricultural biotechnology and environmental justice.
Kate Booth. In wilderness and wildness: recognizing and responding within the agency of relational memory.
Chris Klassen. Nature religion and the ethics of authenticity: “I won’t speak for all of you.”
Robin Attfield. Sober, environmentalists, species, and ignorance.
Book Reviews
The Decline of Nature: Environmental History and the Western Worldview by Gilbert F. LaFreniere. Review by Kara M. Schlichting.
From Bauhaus to Ecohouse: A History of Ecological Design by Peter Anker. Review by Roger Paden.
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Ethics, Vol. 122, #1, 2011
Symposium on Jeff McMahan’s Killing War
Seth Lazar. Introduction.
Cheyney Ryan. Democratic Duty and the Moral Dilemmas of Soldiers.
Yitzhak Benbaji. The Moral Power of Soldiers to Undertake the Duty of Obedience.
David Rodin. Justifying Harm.
Hohn Gardner, François Tanguay-Renaud. Desert and Avoidability in Self-Defense.
Jeff McMahan. Duty, Obedience, Desert, and Proportionality in War: A Response.
Book Reviews
Causing Human Actions: New Perspectives on the Causal Theory of Action  by Aguilar, Jesùs; Buckareff, Andrei. Review by Scott Sehon.
Kant’s Theory of Virtue: The Value of Autocracy  by Baxley, Anne Margaret. Review by Sean McAleer.
Changes of State: Nature and the Limits of the City in Early Modern Natural Law  by Brett, Annabel S. Review by Ian Hunter.
Confronting Evils: Terrorism, Torture, Genocide  by Card, Claudia.
Review by Laurence Thomas.
Justice for Hedgehogs  by Dworkin, Ronald. Review by Thomas Hurka.
Modus Vivendi Liberalism: Theory and Practice  by McCabe, David.
Review by Steven Wall.
A Moral Theory of Political Reconciliation  by Murphy, Colleen. Review by Darrel Moellendorf.
Ministers of the Law: A Natural Law Theory of Legal Authority  by Porter, Jean. Review by Steven D. Smith.
On Civic Friendship: Including Women in the State  by Schwarzenbach, Sibyl A. Review by Lori Watson.
Life and Action: Elementary Structures of Practice and Practical Thought  by Thompson, Michael. Review by John Bishop.
Responsibility for Justice.  by Young, Iris Marion. Review by Justin Weinberg.
Notes on Contributors
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 105, #1, 2012
Christian Voegtlin, Moritz Patzer, and Andreas Georg Scherer. Responsible leadership in global business: A new approach to leadership and its multi-level outcomes.
Jonathan Lowell. Managers and moral dissonance: Self-justification as a big threat to ethical management?
Joan Marques. Consciousness at work: A review of some important values, discussed from a Buddhist perspective.
Eddy S. Ng and Greg J. Sears. CEO leadership styles and the implementation of organizational diversity practices: Moderating effects of social values and age.
Adam Nguyen and Wesley Cragg. Interorganizational favour exchange and the relationship between doing well and doing good.
Yuan-Shuh Lii and MOnle Lee. Doing right leads to doing well: When the type of CSR and reputation interact to affect consumer evaluations of the firm.
Chieh-Peng Lin, Yuan-Hui Tsai, Sheng-Wuu Joe and Chou-Kang Chiu. Modeling the relationship among perceived corporate citizenship, firms’ attractiveness, and career success expectation.
Svetlana Holt and Joan Marques. Empathy in leadership: Appropriate or misplaced? An empirical study on a topic that is asking for attention.
Chin-Yi Chen and Chin-Fang Yang. The impact of spiritual leadership on organizational citizenship behavior: A multi-sample analysis.
YOngtae Kim and Meir Statman. Do corporations invest enough in environmental responsibility?
Kathryn Pavlovich and Keiko Krahnke. Empathy, Connectedness and Organization.
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Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. 42, #4, 2011
Anton Petrenko and Dan McArthur. High-stakes gambling with unknown outcomes: Justifying the precautionary principle.
Gabriel Wollner. Equality and the significance of coercion.
Christopher Lowry. Perfectionism for neutralists.
John Christman. Comments on Are Liberty and Equality Compatible by Jan Narveson and James Sterba.
Doublas B. Rasmussen and Douglas J. Den Uyl. Commentary on Sterba.
Jan Narveson. Response to Christman.
James P. Sterba. Reponses to Rasmussen, Den Uyl, and Christman.
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Monist, Vol. 94, #4, 2011
Gillian Brock. Cosmopolitanism versus noncosmopolitanism: The state of play.
Richard W. Miller. Rawls and global justice: A dispute over a legacy.
Kok-Chor Tan. Two conceptions of liberal global toleration.
Simon Caney. Humanity, associations, and global justice: In defense of humanity-centered cosmopolitan egalitarianism.
Darrel Moellendorf. Cosmopolitanism and compatriot duties.
Michael Blake. Coercion and egalitarian justice.
Andrew Sangiovanni. Global justice and the moral arbitrariness of birth.
Pablo Gilabert. Cosmopolitan overflow.
Rekha Nath. Equal standing in the global community.
Patti Tamara Lenard and Margaret Moore. Cosmopolitanism and making room (or not) for special duties.
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Ruth Abbey, The Return of Feminist Liberalism. Reviewed by Amy R. Baehr.
Arto Laitinen and Constantine Sandis (eds.), Hegel on Action.Reviewed by Robert R. Williams.
Sabina Lovibond, Iris Murdoch, Gender and Philosophy. Reviewed by Nora Hämäläinen.
Jocelyn Maclure and Charles Taylor, Secularism and Freedom of Conscience, Jane Marie Todd (tr.). Reviewed by Ruth Abbey.
Christopher Norris, Re-Thinking the Cogito: Naturalism, Rationalism and the Venture of Thought. Reviewed by Mario De Caro
Schneider, The Language of Thought: A New Philosophical Direction. Reviewed by Georges Rey.
Scott J. Shapiro, Legality. Reviewed by John Gardner, University of Oxford, and Timothy Macklem.
Alexis Shotwell, Knowing Otherwise: Race, Gender, and Implicit Understanding. Reviewed by Anne Jaap Jacobson.
Paul Weithman, Why Political Liberalism? On John Rawls's Political Turn. Reviewed by Blain Neufeld.
Jonathan Wolff, Ethics and Public Policy: A Philosophical Inquiry. Reviewed by Daniel Halliday.
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Philosophical Papers, Vol. 40, #3, 2011
Book Symposium
Ernest Sosa. Summary of Reflective Knowledge.
Michael DePaul. Sosa, certainty and the problem of the criterion.
C.S.I. Jenkins. Reflective knowledge and epistemic circularity.
Anne Meylan. Epistemic circularity and the problem of cheap credit.
Ernest Sosa. Replies.
Jan Willem Wieland. The sceptic’s tools: Circularity and infinite regress.
Timothy Pickavance. Skeptics can win (but almost never will).
Ted Poston. Explanationist plasticity and the problem of the criterion.
David B. Martens. A late medieval dispute about the conditions for knowledge.
Book Review
Understanding Naturalism by Jack Ritchie. Review by David Spurrett.
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Philosophy and Theory in Biology, Vol. 3, 2011 (Open Access)
Christopher H. Eliot. Competition theory and channeling explanation.
Maximiliano Martinez and Andres Moya. Natural selection and multi-level causation.
Patrick Forber and Eric Griffith. Historical reconstruction: gaining epistemic access to the deep past.
David Haig. Lamarck ascending!
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Review of Metaphysics, Vol. 65, #2, 2011 (not yet online, 12.12, 2011)
Richard Dien Winfield. Is phenomenology necessary as introduction to philosophy?
Lorenz B. Puntel. Metaphysics: A traditional mainstay of philosophy in need of radical rethinking.
Silvia Carli. Aristotle on the philosophical elements of Historia.
Jamie Anne Spiering. “Liber est causa sui”: Thomas Aquinas and the maxim “the free is the cause of itself.”
Josef Seifert. In defense of free will: A critique of Benjamin Libet.
Book Reviews
By Parallel Reasoning: The Construction and Evaluation of Analogical Arguments by Paul Bartha. Review by Meinard Kuhlmann.
Institutions of Education: Then and Today: The Legacy of German Idealism edited by Paul Cobben. Review by Curtis Hancock.
The Platonian Leviathan by Leon Harold Craig. Review by Geoffrey Vaughan.
Interpreting Heidegger edited by Daniel O. Dahlstrom. Review by Steven Crowell.
Causa, forma, rappresentazione. Una trattazione a partire da Tommaso d’Aquino by Gabriele De Anna. Review by Rafael Martinez.
Augustine and Spinoza by Milad Doueihi. Review by Jamie Spiering.
Faith and Freedom: Moses Mendelssohn’s Theological-Political Thought by Michah Gottlieb. Review by David McPherson.
Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences in Basic Outline, Part 1: Science of Logic by G.F.W. Hegel. Review by Timothy Brownlee.
Lectures on the Philosophy of World History: Volume I: Manuscriptso f the Introduction and Lectures 1822-3 by G.F.W. Hegel. Review by Jude P. Dougherty.
The Nature of Love by Dietrich von Hildebrand. Review by Sr. Prudence Allen.
The Ideological Origins of American Federalism by Alison L. LaCroix. Review by Brandon Zimmerman.
Faith and Power: Religion and Politics in the Middle East by Bernard Lewis. Review by Jude P. Dougherty.
Secularism and Freedom of Conscience by Jocelyn Maclure and Charles Taylor. Review byJude P. Dougherty.
Francis Bacon’s “Inquiry Touching Human Nature”: Virtue, Philosophy, and the Relief of Man’s Estate by Svetozar Y. Minkov. Review by Aaron Maddeford.
Postmodernism and Cultural Identities: Conflicts and Coexistence by Virgil Nemoianu. Review by William Frank.
God and Being: An Enquiry by George Pattison. Review by Nathan Strunk.
Axiogenesis: An Essay in Metaphysical Optimalism by Nicholas Rescher. Review by John Leslie.
Productive Evolution: On Reconciling Evolution with Intelligent Design by Nicholas Rescher. Review by Jude P. Dougherty.
The Life of Reason: Introduction and Reason in Common Sense; Critical Edition by George Santayana. Reviwe by Jude P. Dougherty.
Unearthed: The Economic Roots of Our Environmental Crisis by Kenneth M. Sayre. Review by George Trey.
America and the Political Philosophy of Common Sense by Scott P. Segrest. Review by Bernard Prusak.
“Truth” is a Divine Name: Hitherto Unpublished Papers of Edward A. Synan, 1918-1997 by Edward A. Synan. Review by Raymond Dennehy.
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Social Policy and Society, Vol. 11, #1, 2012
Tina Haux. Activating lone parents: An evidence-based policy appraisal of welfare-to-work reform in Britain.
Ann Marie Gray and Derek Birrell. Coalition government in Northern Ireland: Social policy and the lowest common denominator thesis.
Adam Whitworth. Inequality and crime across England: A multilevel modeling approach.
Orta Gough and Roberta Adami. Welfare systems and adequacy of pension benefits in Europe.
Jenny Onyx, Sue Kenny, and Kevin Brown. Active citizenship: An empirical investigation.
Ricky Joseph and Karen Rowlingson. Introduction: Household finances under pressure: What is the role of social policy?
Ricky Joseph and Karen Rowlingson. Her house, his pension? The division of assets among (ex-) couples and the role of policy.
Grahame Whitfield and Chris Dearden. Low income households: Casualties of the boom, casualties of the bust?
Stuart Stamp. The impact of debt advice as a response to financial difficulties in Ireland.
Stuart G. Lowe, Beverley A. Searle and Susan J. Smith. From housing wealth to mortgage debt: The emergence of Britain’s asset-shaped welfare state.
Alison Wallace. ‘Feels like I’md oing it on my own’: Examining the synchronicity between policy responses and the circumstances and experiences of mortgage borrowers in arrears.
Lindsey Appleyard. Review article: Household finances under pressure: What is the role of social policy?
Ricky Joseph. Some useful sources.
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Southern Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 49, #4, 2011
Houston Smit and Mark Timmons. The moral significance of gratitude in Kant’s ethics.
Suzanne Bliss and Jordi Fernandez. Does the supervenience argument generalize?
Don Fallis. What liars can tell us about the knowledge norm of practical reasoning?
David H. Leonard. Intellectual virtue and the justification of persons.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, Vol. 42, #4, 2011
Renee Jennifer Raphael. Making sense of Day 1 of the Two New Sciences: Galileo’s Aristotelian-inspired agenda and his Jesuit readers.
Maurice A. Finocchiaro. Galilean argumentation and the inauthenticity of the Cigoli letter on painting vs. sculpture.
David Sherry. Thermoscopes, thermometers, and the foundations of measurement.
Michela Massimi. Kant’s dynamical theory of matter in 1755, and its debt to speculative Newtonian experimentalism.
Darren Abramson. Descartes’ influence on Turing.
Justin Biddle. Putting pragmatism to work in the Cold War: Science, technology, and politics in the writings of James B. Conant.
Howard Sankey. Epistemic relativism and the problem of the criterion.
David Corfield. Understanding the infinite II: Coalgebra.
Adam Toon. Playing with molecules.
Jouni-Matti Kuukkanen. I am knowledge. Get me out of here! On localism and the universality of science.
Jan de Winter. A pragmatic account of mechanistic artifact explanation.
Milena Ivanova. ‘Good sense’ in context: A response to Kidd.
Essay Reviews
Victor D. Boantza. From experimental to corporate knowledge in early modern science. Review of The Accademia del Cimento and its European context by Marco Beretta, Antonio Clericuzio, and Lawrence M. Principe.
Katharina T. Kraus. Kant and the ‘soft sciences.’ Review of Kant und die Wissenschaften vom Menschen by Thomas Sturm.
Darrell P. Rowbottom. What’s at the bottom of scientific realism? Review of Scientific realism and the rationality of science by Howard Sankey.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Modern Physics, Vol. 42, #4, 2011
Ronnie Hermens. The problem of contextuality and the impossibility of experimental metaphysics thereof.
Ward Struyve. Gauge invariant accounts of the Higgs mechanism.
Wayne C. Myrvold. Statistical mechanics and thermodynamics: A Maxwellian view.
Kerry McKenzie. Arguing against fundamentality.
Rodolfo Gambini, Luis Pedro Garcia-Pintos, Jorge Pullin. An axiomatic formulation of the Montevideo interpretation of quantum mechanics.
Eleanor Knox. Newton-Cartan theory and teleparallel gravity: The force of a formulation.
James Owen Weatherall. On the status of the geodesic principle in Newtonian and relativistic physics.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 42, #4, 2011
Sabine Brauckmann. Cultures of seeing embryos and cells in 3-dimensions and flatness.
Matthias Bruhn. Life lines: An art history of biological research around 1800.
Sabine Brauckmann. Axes, planes, and tubes, or the geometry of embryogenesis.
Erna Fiorentini. Inducing visibilities: An attempt at Santiago Ramon y Cajal’s aesthetic epistemology.
Ariane Droscher. Cellular dimensions and cell dynamics, or the difficulty over capturing time and space in the era of electron microscopy.
Noberto Serpente. Cells from icons to symbols: Molecularizing cell biology in the 1980s.
Toine Pieters and Stephen Snelders. Standardizing psychotropic drugs and drug practices in the twentieth century: paradox of order and disorder.
David Herzberg. Blockbusters and controlled substances: Miltown, Quaalude, and consumer demand for drugs in postwar America.
Allan V. Horwitz. Naming the problem that has no name: creating targets for standardized drugs.
Nicolas Henckes. Reshaping chronicity: neuroleptics and changing meanings of therapy in French psychiatry, 1950-1975.
Toine Pieters and Benoit Majerus. The introduction of chlorpromazine in Belgium and the Netherlands (1951-1968); tango between old and new treatment features.
Viola Balz and Matthias Hoheisel. East-side story: The standardization of psychotropic drugs at Charite Psychiatric Clinic, 1955-1970.
Laura Kelly. Anatomy dissections and student experience at Irish universities, c1900s-1960s.
Charles H. Pence. “Describing our whole experience”: the statistical philosophies of W.F.R. Weldon and Karl Pearson.
Efram Sera-Shriar. Ethnology in the metropole: Robert Knox, Robert Gordon Latham and local sites of observational training.
Jacob Stegenga. Is meta-analysis the platinum standard of evidence?
Mary Evelyn Sunderland. Morphogenesis, Dictyostelium, and the search for shared developmental processes.
Bill Wringe. Cognitive individualism and the child as scientist program.
Stephen W. Speake. Infectious milk: issues of pathogenic certainty within ideational regimes and their biopolitical implications.
Ray Greek and Niall Shanks. Complex systems, evolution, and animal modes.
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Theory, Culture and Society, Vol. 28, #6, 2011
Adrian Mackenzie and Theo Vurdubakis. Codes and codings in crisis: Signification, performativity and excess.
Louise Amoore. Data derivatives: On the emergence of a security risk calculus for our times.
Marc Lenglet. Conflciting codes and codings: How algorithmic trading is reshaping financial regulation.
Anna Munster. From a biopolitical ‘Will to Life’ to a noopolitical ethos of death in the aesthetics of digital code.
Wendy Hui Kyong Chun. Crisis, crisis, crisis, or sovereignty and networks.
Lucas D. Introna. The enframing of code: Agency, originality and the plagiarist.
Hannah Knox and Penny Harvey. Anticipating harm: Regulation and irregularity on a road construction project in the Peruvian Andes.
John Cheney-Lippold. A new algorithmic identity: Soft biopolitics and the modulation of control.
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