Wednesday, December 21, 2011

December 21, 2011

Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 89, #4, 2011
Bioethics, Vol. 26, #1, 2012
British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 62, #4, 2011
Business Ethics, Vol. 21, #1, 2012
Heythrop Journal, Vol. 53, #1, 2012
Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 45, #4, 2011
Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 108, #6/7, 2011
Journal of Politics, Vol. 73, #4, 2011
Law and Society Review, Vol. 45, #4, 2011
Legal Theory, Vol. 17, #4, 2011
Midwest Studies in Philosophy, Vol. 35, 2011

Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 89, #4, 2011
Elliott Sober.  A priori causal models of natural selection.
Marc Lange and Alexander Rosenberg.  Can there be a priori causal models of natural selection?
Ruth Weintraub.  Logic for expressivists.
Florian Steinberger.  What harmony could and could not be.
Christopher J. G. Meacham and Jonathan Weisberg.  Representation theorems and the foundations of decision theory.
Dylan Dodd.  Against fallibilism.
Christopher Evan Franklin.  The problem of enhanced control.
Heidi Tiedke.  Proper names and their fictional uses.
Iddo Landau.  The meaning of life sub specie aeternitatis.
Book Reviews
Conceptual Analysis and Philosophical Naturalism edited by D. Braddon-Mitchell and R. Nola.  Review by Nic Damnjanovic.
The Metaphysics of Scientific Realism by Brian Ellis.  Review by Jarrett Leplin.
Beyond Environmentalism: A Philosophy of Nature by Jeffrey E. Foss.  Review by William Grey.
Truth as One and Many by Michael P. Lynch.  Review by Marian David.
A Companion to Philosophy in Australia and New Zealand edited by Graham Oppy and N. N. Trakakis.  Review by D. H. Mellor.
Hume on Motivation and Virtue edited by Charles R. Pidgen.  Review by Wade Robison.
Book Notes
Memory by Sven Bernecker.  Notes by Leo Iacono.
Naturalism and Normativity by Mario De Caro and David Macarthur.  Notes by Doug McConnell.
Disagreement edited by R. Feldman and T. A. Warfield. Notes by Bernhard Weiss.
Modality: Metaphysics, Logic and Epistemology edited by Bob Hale and Aviv Hoffman.  Notes by Alastair Wilson.
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Bioethics, Vol. 26, #1, 2012
Lance Wahlert and Autumn Fiester.  Queer bioethics: Why its time has come.
Henri Wijsbek.  ‘To thine own self be true’: On the loss of integrity as a kind of suffering.
Nicolas Espinoza and Martni Peterson.  Risk and mid-level moral principles.
Stefan Eriksson.  On the need for improved protections of incapacitated and non-benefiting research subjects.
Tineke Abma, Anne Bruijn, Tinie Kardol, Jos Schols and Guy Widdershoven.  Responsibilities in elderly care: Mr. Powell’s narrative of duty and relations.
Dominic Wilkinson and Julian Savulescu.  Should we allow organ donation euthanasia?  Alternatives for maximizing the number and quality of organs for transplantation.
Trisha Phillips.  More on benchmarks of fairness: Response to Ballantyne.
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British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 62, #4, 2011
Jeffrey A. Barrett.  On the faithful interpretation of pure wave mechanics.
Alan Chalmers.  Drawing philosophical lessons from Perrin’s experiments on Brownian motion: A response to van Fraassen.
Gualtiero Piccinini: The physical church-turing thesis: Modest or bold?
Steven French and Peter Vickers.  Are there no things that are scientific theories?
Aviezer Tucker.  Historical science, over- and underdetermined: A study of Darwin’s inference of origins.
Daniel Parker.  Information-theoretic statistical mechanics without Landauer’s principle.
Otavio Bueno and Steven French.  How theories represent.
Representation and Productive Ambiguity in Mathematics and the Sciences by Emily R. Grosholz.  Review by Steven French.
The Matter of Chance by D. H. Mellor.  Review by Luke Glynn.
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Business Ethics, Vol. 21, #1, 2012
David J. Burns.  Exploring the effects of using consumer culture as a unifying pedagogical framework on the ethical perceptions of MBA students.
Michael Callaghan, Greg Wood, Janice M. Payan, Jang Singh and Goran Svensson.  Code of ethics quality: an international comparison of corporate staff support and regulation in Australia, Canada, and the United States.
Michael Gonin, Guido Palazzo, and Ulrich Hoffrage.  Neither bad apple nor bad barrel: how societal context impacts unethical behavior in organizations.
Rudiger Hahn.  Inclusive business, human rights and the dignity of the poor: A glance beyond economic impacts of adapted business models.
Jeffrey Moriarty.  Justice in compensation: A defense.
Toivo Niskanen.  A Finnish study of self-regulation discourses in the chemical industry’s responsible care programme.
Andreas Rasche and Dirk Ulrich Gilbert.  Institutionalizing global governance: The role of the United Nations global compact.
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Heythrop Journal, Vol. 53, #1, 2012
Yusuke Suzuki.  On Kierkegaard’s concept of ‘inclosing reserve’ in The Sickness Unto Death.
Simon D. Podmore.  The holy and unholy other: Kierkegaard on the alterity of God.
Shannon Nason.  Opposites, contradictories, and mediation in Kierkegaard’s critique of Hegel.
Dimingos Sousa.  Kierkegaard’s anthropology of the self: Ethico-religious and social dimensions of selfhood.
Roe Fremstedal.  Kierkegaard on the metaphysics of hope.
Matthew Powell.  A tale of two Abrahams: Kafka, Kierkegaard, and the possibility of faith in the modern world.
Adam Wells.  On ethics and Christianity: Kierkegaard and Levinas.
Yael Lin.  The torah of Levinasian time.
Mary-Ann Crumplin.  Emmanuel Levinas on onto-theo-logy: Parricide and atheism.
Richard White.  Levinas, the philosophy of suffering, and the ethics of compassion.
Jonathan Burroughs.  Emmanuel Levinas’ methodological approach to the Jewish sacred texts.
Mark Spencer.  Ethical subjectivity in Levinas and Thomas Aquinas: Common ground?
Ryan C. Urbano.  Levinas and interfaith dialogue.
Essay Review
Levinasian Mediations: Ethics, Philosophy and Religion by Richard A. Cohen.  By Way of Interruption: Levinas and the Ethics of Communication by Amit Pinchevski.  Levinas Studies Volume 5 edited by Peter Atterton.  Conversations with Emmanuel Levinas, 1983-1994 by Michael de Saint Cheron.  Review by Mary-Ann Crumplin.  Dialogue with the other – a review essay.
Book Reviews
The Isolated Self: Truth and Untruth in Soren Kierkegaard’s on the Concept of Irony by K. Brian Soderquist.  Review by Simon D. Podmore.
Concepts of Power in Kierkegaard and Nietzsche by J. Keith Hyde.  Review by Simon D. Podmore.
Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling by Clare Carlisle.  Kierkegaard on Sin and Salvation: From Philosophical Fragments through the Two Ages by W. Glenn Kirkconnell.  Review by Matthew Powell.
A Vexing Gadfly: The Late Kierkegaard on Economic Matters by Eliseo Perez-Alvaerz.  Review by Eric Austin Lee.
Being for the Other by Paul Marcus.  Review by Mary-Ann Crumplin.
Emmanuel Levinas by Sean Hand.  Review by Glenn Morrison.
Ethics at a Standstill by Asher Horowitz.  Review by T. Remington Harkness.
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Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 45, #4, 2011
Bernard G. Prusak. When Words Fail Us: Reexamining the Conscience of Huckleberry Finn.
Tom Spector. Architecture and the Ethics of Authenticity.
Aaron Smuts. Grounding Moralism: Moral Flaws and Aesthetic Properties.
Sally Armstrong Gradle. Performing to Be Whole: Inquiries in Transformation.
Frederic Will. Ontology and the Products of Spirit: A Classroom Conversation.
Deborah Bradley. In the Space Between the Rock and the Hard Place: State Teacher Certification Guidelines and Music Education for Social Justice.
Rhett Diessner and Kayla Burke. The Beauty of the Psyche and Eros Myth: Integrating Aesthetics into Introduction to Psychology.
Oliver Leaman. Making Sense of the Arab World Aesthetically.
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Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 108, #6/7, 2011 (not yet online)
Tyler Burge.  The Dewey Lectures 2007: Self and Self-Understanding. 
Lecture I: Some origins of self. 
Lecture II: Self and constitutive norms. 
Lecture III: Self-understanding.
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Journal of Politics, Vol. 73, #4, 2011
Carol S. Weissert.  Beyond marble cakes and picket fences: What U.S. federalism scholars can learn from comparative work.
Alexander S. Duff.  Republicanism and the problem of ambition: The critique of Cicero in Machiavelli’s discourses.
David A. Siegel.  When does repression work?  Collective action in social networks.
Sean M. Theriault and David W. Rohde.  The Gingrich senators and party polarization in the U.S. Senate.
Susan Bickford.  Emotion talk and political judgement.
Jacob S. Rugh and Jessica Trounstine.  The provision of local public goods in diverse communities: analyzing municipal bond elections.
Kyle Beardsley.  Peacekeeping and the contagion of armed conflict.
Scott L. Althaus, Nathaniel Swigger, Svitlana Chernykh, David J. Hendry, Sergio C. Wals and Christopher Tiwald.  Assumed transimission in political science: A call for bringing description back in.
Shigeo Hirano.  Do individual representatives influence government transfers?
Christopher Ellis and Christopher Faricy.  Social policy and public opinion: How the ideological direction of spending influences public mood.
Brett V. Benson.  Unpacking alliances: Deterrent and compellent alliances and their relationship with conflict, 1816-2000.
Damon M. Cann and Andrew H. Sidman.  Exchange theory, political parties, and the allocation of federal distributive benefits in the House of Representatives.
Andrew Reeves.  Political disaster: Unilateral powers, electoral incentives, and presidential disaster declarations.
Christine S. Lipsmeyer and Heather Nicole Pierce.  The eyes that bind: Junior ministers as oversight mechanisms in coalition governments.
Stephen P. Nicholson.  Dominatnig cues and the limits of elite influence.
Nils B. Weidmann.  Violence “from above” or “from below”?  The role of ethnicity in Bosnia’s civil war.
James R. Hollyer, B. Peter Rosendorff, and James Raymond Vreeland.  Democracy and transparency.
Alan S. Gerber, Gregory A. Huber, David Doherty, and Conor M. Dowling.  Citizens’ policy confidence and electoral punishment: A neglected dimension of electoral accountability.
Jamie L. Carson, Michael S. Lynch, and Anthony J. Madonna.  Coalition formation in the House and Senate: Examining the effect of institutional change on major legislation.
Yvonne Chiu and Robert S. Taylor.  The self-extinguishing despot: Millian democratization.
Cindy D. Kam and Stephen M. Utych.  Close elections and cognitive engagement.
Chris W. Bonneau and Damon M. Cann.  Campaign spending, diminishing marginal returns, and campaign finance restrictions in judicial elections.
Book Reviews
Democratic Governance by Mark Bevir.  Review by John G. Gunnell.
The Politics of Happiness: What Government Can Learn from the New Research on Well-Being by Derek Bok.  Review by Devin Joshi.
The Trouble with the Congo: Local Violence and the Failure of International Peacebuilding by Severine Autesserre.  Review by Christof P. Kurz.
The Litigation State: Public Regulation and Private Lawsuits in the U.S. by Sean Farhang.  Review by Barry Edwards.
Getting a Poor Return: Courts, Justice, and Taxes by Robert M. Howard.  Review by Chris Nicholson.
Developing Interests: Organizational Change and the Politics of Advocacy by McGee Young.  Review by Holly Brasher.
The Paradoxes of Integration: Race, Neighborhood, and Civic Life in Multiethnic America by J. Eric Oliver.  Review by Charles M. Lamb.
Princes, Brokers, and Bureaucrats: Oil and the State in Saudi Arabia by Steffen Hertog.  Review by Anne Mariel Peters.
After the Rubicon: Congress, Presidents, and the Politics of Waging War by Douglas L. Kriner.  Review by Bryan W. Marshall.
Race Appeal: How Candidates Invoke Race in U.S. Political Campaigns by Charlton D. McIlwain and Stephen M. Caliendo.  Review by Christopher Stout.
Evolving Nationalism: Homeland, Religion and Identity in Israel, 1925-2005 by Nadav Shelef.  Review by David S. Siroky.
Visions of World Community by Jens Bartelson.  Review by Ayse Zarakol.
Theories of International Politics and Zombies by Daniel W. Drezner.  Review by Jessica Auchter.
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Law and Society Review, Vol. 45, #4, 2011
Nick Cheesman.  How an authoritarian regime in Burma used special courts to defeat judicial independence.
Sida Liu and Terence C. Halliday.  Political liberalism and political embeddedness: Understanding politics in the work of Chinese criminal defense lawyers.
Badi Hasisi and David Weisburd.  Going beyond ascribed identities: the importance of procedural justice in airport security screening in Israel.
Jose-Maria Munoz.  Talking law in times of reform: Paradoxes of legal entitlement in Cameroon.
Tehila Sagy.  What’s so private about private ordering?
Bernadette Atuahene.  Paying for the past: redressing the legacy of land dispossession in South Africa.
Rachel Kahn Best, Lauren B. Edelman, Linda Hamilton Krieger and Scott R. Eliason.  Multiple disadvantages: An empirical test of intersectionality theory in EEO litigation.
Ryan J. Owens and Justin P. Wedeking.  Justice and legal clarity: Analyzing the complexity of U.S. Supreme Court opinions.
Book Reviews
Homeroom Security: School Discipline in an Age of Fear by Aaron Kupchik.  Schools Under Surveillance: Cultures of Control in Public Education edited by Torin Monahan and Rodolfo D. Torres.  Review by Michael Musheno.
Banished: The New Social Control in American Cities by Katherine Beckett and Steve Herbert.  Review by Rossella Selmini.
Comparative Criminal Justice: Making Sense of Difference by David Nelken.  Review by James L. Nolan.
Negotiating Justice: Progressive Lawyering, Low-Income Clients, and the Quest for Social Change by Corey S. Shdaimah.  Review by Rebecca L. Sandefur.
Louis D. Brandeis and the Making of Regulated Competition 1900-1932 by Gerald Berk.  Review by Ajay K. Mehrotra.
Statelessness in the European Union: Displaced, Undocumented, Unwanted edited by Caroline Sawyer and Brad K. Blitz.   Review by Anna Dolidze.
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Legal Theory, Vol. 17, #4, 2011
Alex Broadbent.  Epidemiological evidence in proof of specific causation.
Matthew Steilen.  Reason, the common law, and the living constitution.
Christopher T. Wonnell.  Deontology, thresholds, and efficiency.
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Midwest Studies in Philosophy, Vol. 35, 2011
Special Issue: Early Modern Philosophy Reconsidered
Lilli Alanen.  Spinoza on the human mind.
Deborah J. Brown.  The duck’s leg: Descartes’s intermediate distinction.
Manuel “Mandel” Cabrera Jr.  Natural unity and human exceptionalism.
John Carriero.  Conatus and perfection in Spinoza.
Michael Della Rocca.  Taking the fourth: Steps toward a new (old) reading of Descartes.
Joseph W. Hwang.  Descartes and the Aristotelian framework of sensory perception.
Olli Koistinen.  Descartes in Kant’s transcendental deduction.
Michael LeBuffe.  Virtue as power.
Jeffrey K. McDonough.  The heyday of teleology and early modern philosophy. 
Lex Newman.  Sensory doubts and the directness of perception in the meditations.
C.G. Normore.  Cartesian Unions.
Marleen Rozemond.  Real distinction, separability, and corporeal substance in Descartes.
Lisa Shapiro.  Descartes’s pineal gland reconsidered.
Kenneth P. Winkler.  Continuous creation.
Andrew Youpa.  Spinoza on the very nature of existence.
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