Tuesday, February 21, 2012

February 21, 2012

Biology & Philosophy, Vol. 27, #2, 2012
British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 19, #6, 2011
International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 71, #1, 2012
Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy Vol 1, #3, 2012
Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 70, #1, 2012
Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 29, #1, 2012
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 106, #1, 2012
Journal of Politics, Vol. 74, #1, 2012
Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Vol. 30, #1, 2012
Law & Policy, Vol. 34, #2, 2012
Linguistics & Philosophy, Vol. 34, #4, 2011
Philosophia Mathematica, Vol. 20, #1, 2012
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 158, #1, 2012
Political Studies, Vol. 60, #1, 2012
Politics, Philosophy & Economics, Vol. 11, #1, 2012
Ratio, Vol. 25, #1, 2012
Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 5, #1, 2012
Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 18, #1, 2012
Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Vol. 33, #1, 2012

Biology & Philosophy, Vol. 27, #2, 2012
Tim Lewens. Pheneticism reconsidered.
Melinda Bonnie Fagan. Waddington redux: models and explanation in stem cell and systems biology.
John S. Wilkins, Clem Stanyon, and Ian Musgrave. Selection without replicators: The origin of genes, and the replicator/interactor distinction in etiobiology.
Sean A. Valles. Evolutionary medicine at twenty: Rethinking adaptationism and disease.
Ben Fraser. Costly signaling theories: Beyond the handicap principle.
Szabolcs Szamado. The rise and fall of handicap principle: A commentary on the “Modelling and the fall and rise of the handicap principle.”
Review Essays
Don Ross. What can economics contribute to the study of human evolution?
Andrew Hamilton and Christopher C. Dimond. Groups, individuals, and evolutionary restraints: The making of the contemporary debate over group selection.
Holly Lawford-Smith. Peter Corning: The fair society: the science of human nature and the pursuit of social justice.
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British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 19, #6, 2011
Christopher Moore. Socratic persuasion in the Crito.
Sobhi Rayan. Translation and interpretation in Ibn Taymiyya’s logical definition.
Joel A. Schickel. Descartes on the identity of passion and action.
Beth Lord. ‘Disempowered by nature’: Spinoza on the political capabilities of women.
Eric Stencil. Malebranche and the general will of god.
Paul Hoffman. Hume on the distinction of reason.
Timothy Rosenkoetter. Kant on construction, apriority, and the moral relevance of universalization.
Niall Bond. Rational natural law and German sociology: Hobbes, Locke, and Tonnies.
Review Article
Alan Nelson. Many worlds?
Book Reviews
Augustine’s Inner Dialogue: The Philosophical Soliloquy in Late Antiquity by Brian Stock. Review by Tamer Nawar.
Argument and Persuasion in Descartes’ Meditations by David Cunning. Review by Joseph Zepeda.
Insiders and Outsiders in Seventeenth-Century Philosophy edited by G.A.J. Rogers, Tom Sorell, and Jill Kraye. Review by Nicholas Jolley.
The Body as Object and Instrument of Knowledge: Embodied Empiricism in Early Modern Science edited by Charles Wolfe and Ofer Gal. Review by Jordan Taylor.
Kant’s Thinker by Patricia Kitcher. Review by Colin Marshall.
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International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 71, #1, 2012
Article Symposium
John Churchill, Ingolf Dalferth, Patrick Horn, and Jeffrey Willetts. How cool is the philosophy of religion? A symposium on D.Z. Phillips’ Philosophy’s Cool Place.
Mike Burley. D.Z. Phillips’ contemplations on religion and literature.
Patrick Horn. D.Z. Phillips on Christian immortality.
Brad J. Kallenberg. Rethinking fideism through the lens of Wittgenstein’s engineering outlook.
Book Reviews
Talking About God: The Concept of Analogy and the Problem of Religious Language by Roger M. White. Review by Janine Marie Idziak.
Paul Ricoeur Between Theology and Philosophy: Detour and Return by Boyd Blundell.
Continental Philosophy and Philosophy of Religion edited by Morny Joy. Anatheism: Returning to God After God by Richard Kearney. Review by Mary-Jane Rubenstein.
Witnesses for the Future: Philosophy and Messianism by Pierre Bouretz. Review by Martin Kavka.
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Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy Vol 1, #3, 2012
Oskari Kuusela: Carnap and the Tractatus’ Philosophy of Logic.
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Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 70, #1, 2012
Peter Alward. Transparent representation: Photography and the art of casting.
Paloma Atencia-Lianares. Fiction, nonfiction, and deceptive photographic representation.
Christy Mag Uidhir. Photographic art: An ontology fit to print.
John Zeimbekis. Digital pictures, sampling, and vagueness: The ontology of digital pictures.
Dawn M. Wilson. Facing the camera: Self-portraits of photographers as artists.
Richard Shusterman. Photography as performative process.
Sherri Irvin. Artwork and document in the photography of Louise Lawler.
Bence Nanay. The macro and the micro: Andreas Gursky’s Aesthetics.
Diarmuid Costello. The question concerning photography.
Richard Beaudoin and Andrew Kania. A musical photograph?
Roy T. Cook. Drawings of photographs in comics.
Scott Walden. Photography and knowledge.
Laura Perini. Depiction, detection, and the epistemic value of photography.
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Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 29, #1, 2012
Deane-Peter Baker and James Pattison. The principled case for employing private military and security companies in interventions for human rights purposes.
Jason Hanna. The moral status of nonresponsible threats.
Eric Chwang. Why athletic doping should be banned.
Tom Walker. Informed consent and the requirement to ensure understanding.
Lindsey Porter. Adoption is not abortion-lite.
Book Reviews
Globalizing Justice: The Ethics of Poverty and Power by Richard W. Miller. Politics as Usual: What Lies Behind the Pro-Poor Rhetoric by Thomas Pogge. The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty by Peter Singer. Review by Ramon Das.
Attempts in the Philosophy of Action and the Criminal Law by Gideon Yaffe. Review by Steven Tudor.
The Philosophy of Information by Luciano Floridi. Review by Frederick Kroon.
Love’s Vision by Troy Jollimore.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 106, #1, 2012
Special Issue: Which values for which organizations? The EBEN 23rd Annual Conference
Michele Andreaus, Antonino Vaccaro and Michael S. Ablander. Which values for which organization. Introduction to the special issue of the EBEN AC 2010 Conference.
Thomas Donaldson. Three ethical roots of the economic crisis.
Dorothea Baur and Hans Peter Schmitz. Corporations and NGOs: When accountability leads to co-optation.
Antonino Vaccaro. To pay or not to pay? Dynamic transparency and the fight against the Mafia’s extortionists.
Iain A. Davies, Zoe Lee and Ine Ahonkhai. Do consumers care about ethical-luxury?
Hoje Jo and Maretno A. Harjoto. The causal effect of corporate governance on corporate social responsibility?
Bjorn Fasterling. Development of norms through compliance disclosure.
Domenec Mele. The firm as a “community of persons”: A pillar of humanistic business ethos.
Ericka Costa and Tommaso Ramus. The Italian economia aziendale and catholic social teaching: How to apply the common good principle at the managerial level.
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Journal of Politics, Vol. 74, #1, 2012
John Gerring, Strom C. Thacker, and Rodrigo Alfaro. Democracy and human development.
James L. Gibson and Gregory A. Caldeira. Campaign support, conflicts of interest, and judicial impartiality: Can recusals rescue the legitimacy of courts?
Dustin A. Gish and Daniel P. Klinghard. Republican constitutionalism in Thomas Jefferson’s Notes on the State of Virginia.
Steven E. Finkel, Jeremy Horowitz, and Reynaldo T. Rojo-Mendoza. Civic education and democratic backsliding in the wake of Kenya’s post-2007 election violence.
Xun Cao and Aseem Prakash. Trade competition and environmental regulations: Domestic political constraints and issue visibility.
Margit Tavits. Organizing for success: Party organizational strength and electoral performance in postcommunist Europe.
George A. Krause and Benjamin F. Melusky. Concentrated powers: Unilateral executive authority and fiscal policymaking in the American states.
Efraim Benmelech, Claude Berrebi and Esteban F. Klor. Economic conditions and the quality of suicide terrorism.
Jennifer Fitzgerald and K. Amber Curtis. Partisan discord in the family and political engagement: A comparative behavioral analysis.
Adrian Blau. Anti-Strauss.
Hans Noel. The coalition merchants: The ideological roots of the civil rights realignment.
Kevin Arceneaux, Martin Johnson, and Chad Murphey. Polarized political communication, oppositional media hostility, and selective exposure.
Julianna Pacheco. The social contagion model: Exploring the role of public opinion on the diffusion of antismoking legislation across the American states.
Christopher Warshaw and Jonathan Rodden. How should we measure district-level public opinion on individual issues?
Kyle Dropp and Zachary Peskowitz. Electoral security and the provision of constituency service.
Michael G. Findley, James A. Piazza, and Joseph K. Young. Games rivals play: Terrorism in international rivalries.
Greta Fowler Snyder. Multivalent recognition: Between fixity and fluidity in identity politics.
Caitlin Milazzo, James Adams, and Jane Green. Are voter decision rules endogenous to parties’ policy strategies? A model with applications to elite depolarization in post-Thatcher Britain.
Joseph Daniel Ura and Christopher R. Ellis. Partisan moods: Polarization and the dynamics of mass party preferences.
Nahomi Ichino and Matthias Schundeln. Deterring or displacing electoral irregularities? Spillover effects of observers in a randomized field experiment in Ghana.
Brandon J. Kinne. Multilateral trade and militarized conflict: Centrality, openness, and asymmetry in the global trade network.
Book Reviews
Refugees in International Relations edited by Alexander Betts and Gil Loescher. Review by Lamis Abdelaaty.
Bosnia Remade: Ethnic Cleansing and its Reversal by Gerard Toal and Carl Dahlman. Review by H. Zeynep Bulutgil.
Hobbes: Prince of Peace by Bernard Gert. Review by Kody Cooper.
Decentralization in Uganda: Explaining Successes and Failures in Governance by Gina M.S. Lambright. Review by J. Tyler Dickovick.
The Quality of Democracy in Latin America edited by Daniel H. Levine and Jose E. Molina. Review by Eric D. Raile.
Advocacy Organizations and Collective Action edited by Aseem Prakash and Mary Kay Gugerty. Review by Amanda Murdie.
Rousseau, Law, and the Sovereignty of the People by Ethan Putterman. Review by David Williams.
The Politics of Inequality in Russia by Thomas F. Remington. Review by Kelly M. McMann.
The Concept of Justice: Is Social Justice Just? By Thomas Patrick Burke. Review by Arthur Shuster.
The Imperative of Integration by Elizabeth Anderson. Review by Sharon Stanley.
The Legislative Legacy of Congressional Campaigns by Tracy Sulkin. Review by Matthew Dempsey.
Reputation and Civil War: Why Separatist Conflicts Are So Violent by Barbara F. Walter. Review by Tavishi Bhasin.
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Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Vol. 30, #1, 2012
Windy Dryden and Saskia Sabelus. The perceived credibility of two rational emotive behavior therapy rationales for the treatment of academic procrastination.
Wouter Backx. The distinction between quantitative and qualitative dimensions of emotions: Clinical implications.
Windy Dryden. Flexibility and passionate non-extremism versus absolutism and extremism: Teaching the basics of REBT theory and showing its wider applicability.
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Law & Policy, Vol. 34, #2, 2012
Doris Marie Provine and Monica W. Varsanyi. Scaled down: Perspectives on state and local creation and enforcement of immigration law. Introduction to the special issue of Law and Policy.
Lina Newton. Policy innovation or vertical integration? A view of immigration federalism from the states.
Monica W. Varsanyi, Paul G. Lewis, Doris Marie Provine and Scott Decker. A multilayered jurisdictional patchwork: Immigration from federalism in the United States.
Mathew Coleman. The “local” migration state: The site-specific devolution of immigration enforcement in the U.S. South.
Amada Armenta. From sheriff’s deputies to immigration officers: Screening immigrant status in a Tennessee jail.
Rupaleem Bhuyan. Negotiating citizenship on the frontlines: How the devolution of Canadian immigration policy shapes service delivery to women fleeing abuse.
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Linguistics & Philosophy, Vol. 34, #4, 2011
Rosja Mastop. Imperatives as semantic primitives.
Philippe Schlenker. Donkey anaphora: The view from sign language (ASL and LSF).
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Matthias Baaz, Christos H. Papadimitriou, Hilary W. Putnam, Dana S. Scott, Charles L. Harper, Jr. (eds.), Kurt Gödel and the Foundations of Mathematics: Horizons of Truth. Reviewed by Michael Liston.
Adrian Bardon (ed.), The Future of the Philosophy of Time. Reviewed by Meghan Sullivan.
Joseph Keim Campbell, Michael O'Rourke, and Matthew H. Slater (eds.), Carving Nature at Its Joints: Natural Kinds in Metaphysics and Science. Reviewed by P.D. Magnus.
Kelly James Clark and Raymond J. VanArragon (eds.), Evidence and Religious Belief. Reviewed by Trent Dougherty.
James Garvey (ed.), The Continuum Companion to Philosophy of Mind. Reviewed by Amy Kind.
Stephen Hetherington, How to Know: A Practicalist Conception of . Reviewed by B.J.C. Madison.
Catherine H. Zuckert (ed.), Political Philosophy in the Twentieth Century: Authors and Arguments. Reviewed by Thad Williamson.
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Philosophia Mathematica, Vol. 20, #1, 2012
Catherine Legg. The hardness of the iconic must: Can Peirce’s existential graphs assist in modal epistemology?
Philip Catton and Clemency Montelle. To diagram, to demonstrate: To do, to see, and to judge in Greek geometry.
Danielle Macbeth. Seeing how it goes: Paper-and-pencil reasoning in mathematical practice.
Mirja Hartimo. Husserl’s pluralistic phenomenology of mathematics.
Discussion Notes
Colin McLarty. Categorical foundations and mathematical practice.
Tim Button and Peter Smith. The philosophical significance of Tennenbaum’s theorem.
Critical Studies/Book Reviews
Philosophy of Mathematics: Selected Writings of Charles S. Peirce edited by Matthew E. Moore. Review by Thomas McLaughlin.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 158, #1, 2012
Justin A. Capes. Action, responsibility and the ability to do otherwise.
Alessandro Lanteri. Three-and-a-half folk concepts of intentional action.
Andrew M. Bailey. No bare particulars.
Bryan Pickel. Rigidification and attitudes.
Corine Besson. Logical knowledge and ordinary reasoning.
Michael Moehler. A Hobbesian derivation of the principle of universalization.
John Divers and Daniel Y. Elstein. Manifesting belief in absolute necessity.
Thomas Kroedel. Implicit definition and the application of logic.
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Political Studies, Vol. 60, #1, 2012
Adrian Little. Political action, error and failure: The epistemological limits of complexity.
Robert Geyer. Can complexity move UK policy beyond ‘evidence-based policy making’ and the ‘audit culture’? Applying a ‘complexity cascade’ to education and health policy.
Ronen Shnayderman. Liberal vs. Republican notions of freedom.
Frank Lovett. Harrington’s empire of law.
Jason Keidleman. Rousseau’s rediscovered Communion des Coeurs: Cosmopolitanism in the Reveries of the Solitary Walker.
Ines Valdez. Perpetual what? Injury, sovereignty and a cosmopolitan view of immigration.
Christoffer Green-Pedersen. A giant fast asleep? Party incentives and the politicization of European integration.
Martin Baekgaard and Carsten Jensen. The dynamics of competitor party behavior.
Derek Edyvane. What is the point of a public morality?
Katharine Gelber. Political culture, flag use, and freedom of speech.
Laura Valentini. In what sense are human rights political? A preliminary exploration.
Shirin M. Rai. The politics of access: Narratives of women MPs in the Indian Parliament.
Research Note
Karen Celis and Sarah Childs. The substantive representation of women: What to do with conservative claims?
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Politics, Philosophy & Economics, Vol. 11, #1, 2012
Special Issue on Complexity
Steven N. Durlauf. Introduction to the special issue on complexity.
Scott E. Page. A complexity perspective on institutional design.
Kevin JS. Zollman. Social network structure and the achievement of consensus.
Steven N. Durlauf. Complexity, economics, and public policy.
Aviezer Tucker. Scarce justice: The accuracy, scope, and depth of justice.
Christian Barry and Gerhard Overland. The feasible alternatives thesis: Kicking away the livelihoods of the global poor.
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Ratio, Vol. 25, #1, 2012
Louise Braddock. Character, psychoanalytic identification, and numerical identity.
Otavio Bueno and Mark Colyvan. Just what is vagueness?
Giuseppina D’Oro. Between the old metaphysics and the new empiricism: Collingwood’s defence of the autonomy of philosophy.
Iddo Landau. Should marital relations be non-hierarchical?
Robert Oakes. Strong interiority and (traditional) theism: What’s the problem?
Thomas W. Simpson. Testimony and sincerity.
Demian Whiting. Are emotions perceptual experiences of value?
Peter Dennis. Was Heidegger a nonconceptualist?
Brian Feltham. Between practical wisdom and natural law: Medieval Jewish ethics.
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Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 5, #1, 2012
Kit Fine. The pure logic of ground.
Hannes Leitgeb. A probabilistic semantics for counterfactuals. Part A.
Hannes Leitgeb. A probabilistic semantics for counterfactuals. Part B.
Daniel Osherson and Scott Weinstein. Preference based on reasons.
John Woods. Cognitive economics and the logic of abduction.
James Ladyman, Oystein Linnebo, and Richard Pettigrew. Identity and discernibility in philosophy and logic.
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Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 18, #1, 2012
Michael Davis. “Ain’t no one here but us social forces”: Constructing the professional responsibility of engineers.
Mark Coeckelbergh. Moral responsibility, technology, and experiences of the tragic: From Kierkegaard to offshore engineering.
Ibo van de Poel, Jessica Nihlen Fahlquist, Neelke Doorn, Sjoerd Zwart and Lamber Royakkers. The problem of many hands: Climate change as an example.
Neelke Doorn. Responsibility ascriptions in technology development and engineering: Three perspectives.
Celine Kermisch. Risk and responsibility: A complex and evolving relationship.
Sabine Roeser. Emotional engineers: Toward morally responsible design.
Saskia E. Polder-Verkiel. Online responsibility: Bad samaritanism and the influence of internet mediation.
Jeroen Van den Hoven, Gert-Jan Lokhorst and Ibo Van de Poel. Engineering and the problem of moral overload.
Tsjalling Swierstra and Katinka Waelbers. Designing a good life: A matrix for the technological mediation of morality.
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Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Vol. 33, #1, 2012
Special Issue : Founders of bioethics: concepts in tension,dialogue, and development
James F. Drane. Founders of bioethics: Concepts in tension, dialogue, and development.
Daniel Callahan. The Hastings Center and the early years of bioethics.
Edmund D. Pellegrino. Medical ethics in an era of bioethics: Resetting the medical profession’s compass.
Warren T. Reich. From ancient consolation and negative care to modern empathy and the neurosciences.
Robert M. Veatch. Hippocratic, religious, and secular ethics: The points of conflict.
Tom L. Beauchamp and Yashar Saghai. The historical foundations of the research-practice distinction in bioethics.
Diego Gracia. The many faces of autonomy.
Albert R. Jonsen. Morality in the valley of the moon: The origins of the ethics of neonatal intensive care.
Karen Lebacqz. Stumbling on status: Abortion, stem cells, and faulty reasoning.
LeRoy Walters. Genetics and bioethics: How our thinking has changed since 1969.
H. Tristram Engelhardt. Bioethics critically reconsidered: Living after foundations.
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