Wednesday, January 11, 2012

January 11, 2012

Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Vol. 21, #1, 2012
Ethics and Global Politics, Vol. 4, #4, 2011
Journal of Linguistics, Vol. 47, #3, 2011
Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 38, #1, 2012
Mind, Vol. 120, #479, 2011
Philosophical Perspectives, Vol. 25, 2011
Philosopher’s Imprint, Vol. 11, nos. 17 and 18, 2011
Philosophy and Literature, Vol. 35, #2, 2011
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 84, #1, 2012

Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Vol. 21, #1, 2012
Leonard M. Fleck.  Whoopie pies, supersized fries – “Just” snacking? “Just” des(s)erts?
Jonathan Herring and Charles Foster.  “Please don’t tell me” – The right not to know.
Ben A. Rich.  Terminal suffering and the ethics of palliative sedation.
Gert Helgesson.  In defense of broad consent.
Jacob M. Appel.  Privacy versus history – How far should the dead hand reach?
Michele Loi.  On the very idea of genetic justice – why Farrelly’s pluralistic prioritarianism cannot tackle genetic complexity.
Timothy F. Murphy.  Research priorities and the future of pregnancy.
Anna Smajdor.  In defense of ectogenesis.
Symposium: The Coming Generation in American Bioethics
Sonali S. Parnami, Katherine Y. Lin, Kathryn Bondy Fessler, Erica Blom, Matthew Sullivan, and Raymond G. De Vries.  From pioneers to professionals.
Lindsay Zausmer.  My bioethics journey.
Diana Harris.  Fate or free will: My passage to bioethics.
Kyle L. Galbraith.  My problems with the b-word.
Gabriel Bosslet.  A woman (and man) without a country.
Ruth Mickelsen.  Crossing invisible lines.
Richard A. Zellner.  The road less traveled.
Responses and Dialogue
Stephen Napier.  The dead donor rule and means-end reasoning – a reply to Gardiner.
Robert Sparrow.  The dead donor rule and means-end reasoning – a reply to Napier.
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Ethics and Global Politics, Vol. 4, #4, 2011
Special Issue: A politics of receptivity

Aletta J. Norval.  Moral perfectionism and democratic responsiveness: Reading Cavell with Foucault.
Jennifer Nedelsky.  Receptivity and judgment.
Nikolas Kompridis.  Receptivity, possibility, and democratic politics.
Romand Coles.  The neuropolitical habitus of resonant receptive democracy.
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Journal of Linguistics, Vol. 47, #3, 2011
Sabine Arndt-Lappe.  Towards an exemplar-based model of stress in English noun-noun compounds.
Bernd Heine and Kyung-An Song.  On the grammaticalization of personal nounrs.
Abby Kaplan.  How much homophony is normal?
Zheng Xu and Mark Aronoff.  A realization optimality theory approach to blocking and extended morphological exponence.
Book Reviews
The Routeledge Handbook of Forensic Linguistics edited by Malcolm Coulthard and Alison Johnson.  Review by Raphael Salkie.
Localism versus globalism in morphology and phonology by David Embick.  Review by Bridget Samuels.
Phase Theory by Angel J. Gallego.  Review by Luis Vicente.
Comparisons and Contrasts by Richard S. Kayne.  Review by Michelle Sheehan.
Contemporary Views on Architecture and Representations in Phonology edited by Eric raimy and Charles E. Caims.  Review by Matthew Gordon.
Uttering Trees by Norvin Richards.  Review by Michael Barrie.
An Introduction to English Sociolinguistics by Graeme Trousdale.  Review by Julia Snell.
The Acquisition of Word Order: Micro-cues, Information Structure, and Economy by Marit Westergaard.  Review by Bernadette Plunkett.
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Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 38, #1, 2012
Dominic Wilkinson.  Dissent about assent in paediatric research.
Amanda Sibley, Mark Sheehan, and Andrew J. Pollard.  Assent is not consent.
Robert Sparrow.  Fear of a female planet: How John Harris came to endorse eugenic social engineering.
John Harris.  Sparrow’s song revisited.
Jane Johnson and Wendy Rogers.  Innovative surgery: The ethical challenges.
Giles Birchley.  A clear case for conscience in healthcare practice.
Morten Magelssen.  When should conscientious objection be accepted?
Sophie LM Strickland.  Conscientious objection in medical students: A questionnaire survey.
Nitzan Rimon-Zarfaty and Alan Jotkowitz.  The Israeli abortion committees’ process of decision making: an ethical analysis.
Jean V. McHale and June Jones.  Privacy, confidentiality and abortion statistics: A question of public interest?
B.A.M. Hesselink, B.D. Onwuteaka-Philipsen, A.J.G.M. Janssen, H.M. Buiting, M. Kollau, J.A.C. Rietjens, H.R.W. Pasman.  Do guidelines on euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide in Dutch hospitals and nursing homes reflect the law?  A content analysis.
Carson Strong.  Abortion decisions as inclusion and exclusion criteria in research involving pregnant women and fetuses.
Fiona Alice Miller, Robin Zoe Hayeems, Li Li, Jessica Peace Bytautas.  What does ‘respect for persons’ require?  Attitudes and reported practices of genetics researchers in informing research participants about research.
Franklin G. Miller.  Research and complicity: The case of Julius Hallervorden.
Lara K. Kutschenko.  Diagnostic misconceptions?  A closer look at clinical research on Alzheimer’s disease.
Sefik Gorkey, Tolga Guven, and Gurkan Sert.  Towards a specific approach to education in dental ethics: A proposal for organizing the topics of biomedical ethics for dental education.
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Mind, Vol. 120, #479, 2011
David J. Chalmers.  Frege’s puzzle and the objects of credence.
Igor Douven and Jan-Willem Romeijn.  A new resolution of the Judy Benjamin problem.
Jonardon Ganeri.  Emergentisms, ancient and modern.
Stephen R. Grimm.  On intellectualism in epistemology.
Alan Sidelle.  Parfit on ‘the normal/a reliable/any cause’ of relation R.
Nicholas Southwood.  The moral/conventional distinction.
J. McKenzie Alexander.  Expectations and choiceworthiness.
Jan Sprenger and Remco Heesen.  The bounded strength of weak expectations.
Pablo Cobreros.  Varzi on supervaluationism and logical consequence.
Book Reviews
Reflections on How We Live by Annette C. Baier.  Review by John Kekes.
Free Will as an Open Scientific Problem by Mark Balaguer. Review by Tomis Kapitan.
Spinoza by Michael Della Rocca.  Review by Justin Steinberg.
Perception, Hallucination, and Illusion by William Fish.  Review by Anders Nes.
The Collapse of Mechanism and the Rise of Sensibility: Science and the Shaping of Modernity, 1680-1760 by Stephen Gaukroger.  Review by Kurt Smith.
Darwinian Populations and Natural Selection by Peter Godfrey-Smith.  Review by Thomas Pradeu.
Describing Oursevles: Wittgenstein and Autobiographical Consciousness by Garry L. Hagberg.  Review by Daniele Moyal-Sharrock.
The Riddle of the World: A Reconsideration of Schopenhauer’s Philosophy by Barbara Hannan.  Review by Robert Wicks.
Socratic Epistemology by Jaakko Hintikka.  Review by Robert Fiengo.
Being Reduced: New Essays on Reduction, Explanation, and Causation edited by Jakob Hohwy and Jesper Kallestrup.  Review by D. Gene Witmer.
Willing, Wanting, Waiting by Richard Holton.  Review by Sarah K. Paul.
The Best Things in Life: A Guide to What Really Matters by Thomas Hurka.  Review by John Kekes.
War: Essays in Political Philosophy edited by Larry May with Emily Crookston.  Review by Seth Lazar.
Perception by Howard Robinson.  Review by Matthew Soteriou.
The Importance of Subjectivity: Selected Essays in Metaphysics and Ethics by Timothy L.S. Sprigge.  Review by Pierfrancesco Basile.
Hegelian Metaphysics by Robert Stern.  Review by Rolf-Peter Horstmann.
The Moral Skeptic by Anita M. Superson.  Review by Paul Bloomfield.
Scientific Representation: Paradoxes of Persepective by Bas. C. van Fraassen.  Review by Paul Dicken.
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Michael L. Frazer, The Enlightenment of Sympathy: Justice and the Moral Sentiments in the Eighteenth Century and Today. Reviewed by Sam Fleischacker.
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Philosophical Perspectives, Vol. 25, 2011
Special Issue: Metaphysics
Elizabeth Barnes and Ross P. Cameron.  Back to the open future.
Karen Bennett.  By our bootstraps.
Mandel Cabrera, Sarah Coolidge and Joseph Almog.  Life without essence: Man as a force of nature.
Ben Caplan.  Ontological superpluralism.
Shamik Dasgupta.  The bare necessities.
Kit Fine.  An abstract characterization of the determinate/determinable distinction.
Hilary Greaves.  In search of (spacetime) structuralism.
Katherine Hawley and Alexander Bird.  What are natural kinds?
Hud Hudson.  A metaphysical mix: Morphing, mal, and mining.
Christopher Hughes.  Conspecific coincidence and mutual incorporation.
Shieva Kleinschmidt.  Multilocation and mereology.
Sarah-Jane Leslie.  Essence, plentitude, and paradox.
Fraser MacBride.  Impure reference: A way around the concept horse paradox.
Daniel Nolan.  The extent of metaphysical necessity.
Michael C. Rea.  Hylomorphism reconditioned.
Bradford Skow.  Experience and the passage of time.
Peter van Inwagen.  Relational vs. constituent ontologies.
Achille C. Varzi.  On doing ontology without metaphysics.
Ryan Wasserman.  Dispositions and generics.
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Philosopher’s Imprint, Vol. 11, nos. 17 and 18, 2011
Matthew Boyle, “Making up your mind’ and the activity of reason.
Nathan Ballantyne and E.J. Coffman, "Uniqueness, Evidence, and Rationality."

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Philosophy and Literature, Vol. 35, #2, 2011
Andrew Corey Yerkes.  “Strange fevers, burning within”: The neurology of Winesburg, Ohio.
Jessica A. Folkart.  The ethics of Spanish identity and in-difference.
Gregory Alan Phipps.  Desire, death, and women in the master-slave dialectic: A comparative reading of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit and Henry James’s The Golden Bowl.
Cynthia R. Nielsen.  Resistance is not futile: Frederick Douglass on panoptic plantations and the un-making of docile bodies and enslaved souls.
Panayiota Vassilopoulou and Jonadron Ganeri.  The geography of shadows: Souls and cities in P. Pullman’s His Dark Materials.
Benjamin La Farge.  Comic anxiety and Kafka’s black comedy.
Alison Calhoun.  Montaigne and the comic: Exposing private life.
Josh Gillon.  Why 30 Rock is not funny (it’s metafunny).
Simon Fokt.  Constructive thoughts on Pierre Menard.
Brian Smith.  Haec Fabula Docet: Anti-essentialism and freedom in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World.
George Hole.  Oepidus at the trial of Socrates.
James Duban.  “Oceanic wonder”: Arthur Koestler and Melville’s Castaway.
Joshua Landy.  Proust among the psychologists.
Richard Freadman.  Cure and care: G. Thomas Couser and the ethics of “pathography.”
Not for Profit: Why Democracy Needs the Humanities by Martha C. Nussbaum.  Review by Michael Fischer.
The Drama of Ideas: Platonic Provocations in Theater and Philosophy by Martin Puchner.  Review by Bruce Heiden.
Of Literature and Knowledge: Explorations in Narrative Thought Experiments, Evolution and Game Theory by Peter Swirski.  Literature, Analytically Speaking: Explorations in the Theory of Interpretation, Analytic Aesthetics, and Evolution by Peter Swirski.  Review by Sami Pihlstrom.
Constancy and the Ethics of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park by Joyce Kerr Tarpley.  Review by David McNaughton.
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 84, #1, 2012
Katalin Balog.  In defense of the phenomenal concept strategy.
Fiona MacPherson.  Cognitive penetration of colour experience: Rethinking the issue in light of an indirect mechanism.
Carolina Sartorio.  Resultant luck.
Caj Strangberg.  A dual aspect account of moral language.
Jessica Brown.  Assertion and practical reasoning: Common or divergent epistemic standards?
Seth Shabo.  Compatibilism and moral claimancy: An intermediate path to appropriate blame.
Book Symposium
Michael Tye.  Precis of Consciousness Revisited: Materialism Without Phenomenal Concepts.
Tim Crane.  Tye on acquaintance and the problem of consciousness.
Frank Jackson.  Michael Tye on perceptual content.
Brian P. McLaughlin.  Phenomenal concepts and the defense of materialism.
Michael Tye.  Reply to Crane, Jackson, and McLaughlin.
Review Essay
Ben Bradley.  Goodness and justice.
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