Monday, March 19, 2012

March 5 -9, 2012

March 5-9, 2012

Acta Analytica, Vol. 27, #1, 2012
British Journal for the History of Science, Vol. 45, #1, 2012
British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 63, #1, 2012
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Vol. 21, #2, 2012
Canadian Journal of Philosophy Supplement, Vol. 34
Dialogue Canadian Philosophical Review, Vol. 50, #3, 2011
Dialectica, Vol. 66, #1, 2012
Ethics, Vol. 122, #2, 2012
Ethics & Global Politics, Vol. 5, #1, 2012
European Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 20, #1, 2012
Internet Journal of the International Plato Society, 11 (2011)
Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 46, #1, 2012
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Vol. 9, #1, 2012
Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 119, #6, 2011
Journal of Value Inquiry, Vol. 45, #4, 2011
Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 32, #1, 2012
Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, Vol. 11, #1, 2012
Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 35, #1, 2012
Philosophical Review, Vol. 121, #1, 2012
Philosophers Imprint, Vol. 12, #4, 5 2012
Politics & Policy, Vol. 40, #1, 2012
Review of Politics, Vol. 74, #1, 2012
Southern Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 50, #1, 2012
Theoria, Vol. 78, #1, 2012

Acta Analytica, Vol. 27, #1, 2012
Adam Morton. Accomplishing accomplishment.
John N. Williams. Moore-paradoxical assertion, fully conscious belief and the transparency of belief.
Michael Horton and Ted Poston. Functionalism about truth and the metaphysics of reduction.
Greg Littmann. Moments of change.
Kevin McCain. Against Hanna on phenomenal conservatism.
James Connelly. Meaning is normative: A response to Hattiangadi.
Seahwa Kim. Modal tense and the absolutely unrestricted quantifier.
Takashi Yagisawa. Unrestricted quantification and reality: Reply to Kim.
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British Journal for the History of Science, Vol. 45, #1, 2012
Steven Shapin. The ivory tower: The history of a figure of speech and its cultural uses.
Stephen Dilley. Charles Darwin’s use of theology in the Origin of Species.
Matthew Stanley. By design: James Clerk Maxwell and the evangelical unification of science.
Ciaran Toal. Preaching at the British Association for the Advancement of Science: Sermons, secularization and the rhetoric of conflict in the 1870s.
Graham Spinardi. The limits to ‘spin-off’: UK defence R&D and the development of arsenide technology.
Book Reviews
Aratus: Phaenomena by Aaron Poochigian. Review by Daryn Lehoux.
Bede: On the Nature of Things and On Times translated by Calvin B. Kendall and Faith Wallis. Review by Debby Banham.
Between Raphael and Galileo: Mutio Oddi and the Mathematical Culture of Late Renaissance Italy by Alexander Marr. Review by Renee Raphael.
Collecting Across Cultures: Material Exchanges in the Early Modern Atlantic World edited by Daniela Bleichmar and Peter C. Mancall. Review by Christopher M. Parsons.
John Locke and Natural Philosophy by Peter R. Anstey. Review by James A.T. Lancaster.
Divine Machines: Leibniz and the Sciences of Life by Justin E.H. Smith. Review by Stephanie Eichberg.
The Lady Anatomist: The Life and Work of Anna Morandi Manzolini by Rebecca Messbarger. Review by Anna Maerker.
The Culture of Diagram by John Bender and Michael Marrinan. Review by Norberto Serpente.
Until Darwin: Science, Human Variety, and the Origin of Race by B. Ricardo Brown. Review by Matthew R. GOodrum.
Geographies of Nineteenth-Century Science edited by David N. Livingstone and Charles W.J. Withers. Review by Casper Anderson.
The Science of History in Victorian Britain: Making the Past Speak by Ian Hesketh. Review by Nathalie Richard.
Freud, the Reluctant Philosopher by Alfred I. Tauber. Review by Roger Smith.
A History of British Sports Medicine by Vanessa Heggie. Review by Julie Anderson.
Nobel Prizes and Life Sciences by Erling Norrby. Review by Donald Gillies.
A Science of Operations: Machines, Logic, and the Invention of Programming by Mark Priestley. Review by Nathan Ensmenger.
Literature and Science by Charlotte Sleigh. Review by Amanda Mordavsky Caleb.
Lab Coats in Hollywood: Science, Scientists, and Cinema by David A. Kirby. Review by Jean-Baptiste Gouyon.
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British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 63, #1, 2012
Alex Rosenberg. Why do spatiotemporally restricted regularities explain in the social sciences?
Adam Caulton and Jeremy Butterfield. On kinds of indiscernibility in logic and metaphysics.
Otavio Bueno and Steven French. Can mathematics explain physical phenomena?
Asbojorn Steglich-Petersen. Against the contrastive account of singular causation.
Russell Powell. The future of human evolution.
Edouard Machery and Kara Cohen. An evidence-based study of the evolutionary behavioral sciences.
Being Reduced: New Essays on Reduction, Explanation, and Causation edited by Jakob Hohwy and Jesper Kallestrup. Review by Markus I. Eronen.
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Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Vol. 21, #2, 2012
Vilhjalmur Arnason. Guest editorial – Bioethics and the conditions for human agency.
Garrath Williams and Ruth Chadwick. Responsibilities for healthcare – Kantian reflections.
Iain Brassington. The concept of autonomy and its role in Kantian ethics.
Theda Rehbock. Don’t lie!... Why not? – How to argue for truthfulness in medical practice.
Darryl Gunson. What is the Habermasian perspective in bioethics?
Peter Herissone-Kelly. Habermas, human agency, and human genetic enhancement – the grown, the made, and responsibility for actions.
Matti Hayry. Protecting humanity – Habermas and his critics on the ethics of emerging biotechnologies.
Hans-Joerg Ehni and Diana Aurenque. On moral enhancement from a Habermasian perspective.
David Gurnham. Bioethics as science fiction – Making sense of Habermas’s the Future of Human Nature.
Mark Wicclair and David Barnard. Professionalism department.
Jeffrey Blustein. When doctors break the rules – on the ethics of physician noncompliance.
Stephanie M. Vertrees. Medical humanities, ethics, and disability – one fellow’s confession and transformation.
Arleen Salles and Inmaculada de Melo-Martin. Disgust in bioethics.
Ruchika Mishra. The case – IVF treatment for an HIV-discordant transgender couple?
Lance Wahlert and Autumn Fiester. Commentary: The questions we shouldn’t ask.
Timothy F. Murphy. Commentary: Crossing cultural divides: Transgender people who want to have children.
Sarah Hunger. Commentary: Transgender people are not that different after all.
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Canadian Journal of Philosophy Supplement, Vol. 34
Isaac Levi. Why rational agents should not be liberal maximizers.
C.G. Normore. Validity now and then.
Jamie Tappenden. A primer on Ernst Abbe for Frege readers.
Alasdair Urquhart. The unnameable.
Achille C. Varzi. The plan of a square.
Stephen Yablo. Carving content at the joints.
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Dialogue Canadian Philosophical Review, Vol. 50, #3, 2011
Syliane Malinowski-Charles. Refutations de Spinoza divin dans les premieres refutations de Spinoza.
Chad Wiener. Methodology in Socrates’ examination of the slave.
Gilles Campagnolo. Du <<spectateur impartial>> au <<travailleur impartial>>, un commentaire sur la relation entre philosophie morale et economies politique chez Adam Smith selon Jean Mathiot.
Michael Chase. Teleology and final causation in Aristotle and in contemporary science.
Frank Lucash. Spinoza’s two views of substance.
John Kaag. Hegel, Peirce, and Royce on the concept of essence.
Thomas M. Lennon. Descartes and the seven senses of indifference in early modern philosophy.
Shannon Dea. The infinite and the indeterminate in Spinoza.
Book Reviews
John Dewey and Continental Philosophy edited by Paul Fairfield. Review by Cherilyn Keall.
Korrespondenz 1791 by Karl Leonhard Reinhold. Review by Claude Piche.
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Dialectica, Vol. 66, #1, 2012
Pascal Engel. Bad analytic philosophy.
Jesper Kallestrup. Actually-rigidified descriptivism revisited.
David Lowenstein. Davidsonian semantics and anaphoric deflationism.
Stephane Lemaire. A gate-based account of intentions.
Nic Damnjanovic. Revelation and physicalism.
Frank Hindriks. But where is the university?
Julian Fink. The function of normative process-requirements.
Sam Coleman. Mental chemistry: Combination for panpsychists.
Richard Gaskin and Daniel J. Hill. On neutral relations.
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Ethics, Vol. 122, #2, 2012
Theodore Bach. Gender is a natural kind with a historical essence.
Richmond Campbell and Victor Kumar. Moral reasoning on the ground.
Justin Clarke-Doane. Morality and mathematics: The evolutionary challenge.
Glen Pettigrove. Meekness and ‘moral’ anger.
Christopher Heath Wellman. The rights forfeiture theory of punishment.
Book Reviews
Law and Justice in Community by Garrett Barden and Tim Murphy. Review by Jonathan Crowe.
Nietzsche and the Ancient Skeptical Tradition by Jessica Berry. Review by Lawrence J. Hatab.
On Myself, and Other, Less Important Subjects by Caspar Hare. Review by Kris McDaniel.
The Best Things in Life: A Guide to What Really Matters by Hurka Thomas. Review by Robert Kane.
Giving Well: The Ethics of Philanthropy edited by Patricia Illingworth, Thomas Pogge, and Leif Wenar. Review by Nick Beckstead.
Accountability for Collective Wrongdoing edited by Tracy Isaacs and Richard Vernon. Review by Cassie A. Striblen.
Ethics and the Quest for Wisdom by Robert Kane. Review by Christopher W. Gowans.
Yuck! The Nature and Moral Significance of Disgust by Daniel Kelly. Review by Timothy Schroeder.
The Practices of the Self by Charles Larmore. Review by John J. Davenport.
The Real World of Democratic Theory by Ian Shapiro. Review by Colin Bird.
Legality by Scott J. Shapiro. Review by Brian H. Bix.
Moral Sentimentalism by Michael Slote. Review by Anita M. Superson.
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Ethics & Global Politics, Vol. 5, #1, 2012
Michael Goodhart. Constructing global justice: A critique.
Scott Wisor. How should INGOs allocate resources?
Critical Debate Articles
Zygmunt Bauman. Times of interregnum.
Review Essays
Cristian Perez Munoz. Political membership and the demands of global justice.
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European Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 20, #1, 2012
David Wiggins. Identity, individualation, and substance.
Etienne Balibar. Spinoza’s three gods and the modes of communication.
Aaron Garrett. Knowing the essence of the state in Spinoza’s Tractatus Theologico-Politicus.
Moira Gatens. Compelling fictions: Spinoza and George Eliot on imagination and belief.
Susan James. When does truth matter? Spinoza on the relation between theology and philosophy.
Warren Montag. Lucretius Hebraizant: Spinoza’s reading of Ecclesiastes.
Lorenzo Vinciguerra. Mark, image, sign: A semiotic approach to Spinoza.
Michael Madary. Husserl on perceptual constancy.
Adam C. Podlaskowski and Nicholaos J. Jones.
German Idealism and the Concept of Punishment by Jean-Christophe Merle. Review by Thom Brooks.
Hegel and the Analytic Tradition edited by Angelica Nuzzo. Review by Primin Stekeler-Weithofer.
Kant’s Theory of the Self by Arthur Melnick. Review by Andrew Stephenson.
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Internet Journal of the International Plato Society, 11 (2011)
Nathalie Nercam. Le nombre “entire”.
Willam H.F. Altman. Reading order and authenticity: The place of Theages and Cleitophon in Platonic pedagogy.
Brian D. Prince. The form of soul in the Phaedo.
Georgia Mouroutsou. The allegory of the cave: The necessity of the philosopher’s descent.
Aikaterini Lefka. L’eudaimonia des gardien(ne)s philosophes.
Etienne Helmer. Le remodelage politique de l’oikos dans la Republique de la famille au modele familial, de l’economie domestique a l’economie politique.
Moon-Heum Yang. How arithmetic is useful for understanding the good as the principle of forms in Plato’s Republic.
Francois Renaud. L’analogie platonicienne individu-Etat dans le De re publica de Ciceron: method antilogique et fondement de la justice.
Satoshi Ogihara. The choice of life in the myth of er.
Chiye Izumi. The role of stereometry in Plato’s Republic.
One Book. The Whole Universe: Plato’s Timaeus Today edited by Richard D. Mohr and Barbara M. Sattler. Review by Luc Brisson.
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Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 46, #1, 2012
Andrea Kantrowitz. The man behind the curtain: What cognitive science reveals about drawing.
David Wong. A critique of the aesthetic experience of online discussions.
Tyson E. Lewis. Teaching with pensive images: Rethinking curiosity in Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppresed.
K.E. Gover. Christopher Bachel v. Mass MoCA: A Tilted Arc for the twenty-first century.
Sophie Bourgault. Music and pedagogy in the Platonic city.
Azlan Iqbal. Knowledge discovery in chess using an aesthetics approach.
Emily Brady. Reassessing aesthetic appreciation of nature in the Kantian sublime.
Mordechai Gordon. Exploring the relationship between humor and aesthetic experience.
Book Review
An Introduction to Art by Charles Harrison. Review by Todd Parker.
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Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Vol. 9, #1, 2012
Leigh E. Rich, Michael A. Ashby and Pierre-Olivier Methot. Rethinking the body and its boundaries.
Cameron Stewart, Bernadette Richards, Richard Huxtable, Bill Madden and Tina Cockburn. Sale of sperm, health records, minimally conscious states, and duties of candour.
Catherine Waldby, Ian Kerridge and Loane Skene. Multidisciplinary perspectives on the donation of stem cells and reproductive tissue.
Jackie Leach Scully, Erica Haimes, Anika Mitzkat, Rouven Porz and Christoph Rehmann-Sutter. Donating embryos to stem cell research: The “problem” of gratitude.
Katherine Carroll and Catherine Waldby. Informed consent and fresh egg donation for stem cell research: Incorporating embodied knowledge into ethical decision-making.
Maree, Ian H. Kerridge and Christopher F.C. Jordens. “Good mothering” or “good citizenship”? Conflicting values in choosing whether to donate or store umbilical cord blood.
Ngaire Naffine and Bernadette Richards. Regulating consent to organ and embryo donation: The legal dimensions of the problem.
Aaron Simmons. Do embryos have interests? Why embryos are identical to future persons but not harmed by death.
Original Research
Deborah Zion, Linda Briskman and Bebe Loff. Psychiatric ethics and a politics of compassion: The case of detained asylum seekers in Australia.
Lindsay W. Cole, Jennifer C. Kesselheim and Aaron S. Kesselheim. Ethical issues in new drug prescribing.
Jacob M. Appel. Castration anxiety: Physicians, “do no harm,” and chemical sterilization laws.
Timothy M. Krahn and Andrew Fenton. The extreme male brain theory of autism and the potential adverse effects for boys and girls with autism.
Eggsploitation, directed by Justin Baird and Jennifer Lahl. Review by Leigh E. Rich.
The Match: Complete Strangers, A Miracle Face Transplant, Two Lives Transformed by Susan Whitman Helfgot and William Novak. Review by Katrina A. Bramstedt.
Overhauling America’s Healthcare Machine: Stop the Bleeding and Save Trillions by Douglas A. Perednia. Review by Richard D. Lamm.
Case Studies
Colleen Cartwright. Ethical challenges in end-of-life care for GLBTI Individuals.
Anthony G. Tuckett. Turning a blind eye is unreasonable, unprofessional, and unethical. Comment on “To Report or Not to Report: That is the Question” by Malcolm Parker.
Kerry John Breen. Mandatory reporting: Watch your (legal) language. Comment on “To Report or Not to Report: That is the Question” by Malcolm Parker.
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Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 119, #6, 2011
Lauren Cohen, Joshua Coval, and Christopher Malloy. Do powerful politicians cause corporate downsizing?
Eric Budish. The combinatorial assignment problem: Approximate competitive equilibrium from equal incomes.
Louis Kaplow. On the optimal burden of proof.
Ronald L. Goettler and Brett R. Gordon. Does AMD spur intel to innovate more?
Federico Echenique, Sangmok Lee, and Matthew Shum. The money pump as a measure of revealed preference violations.
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Journal of Value Inquiry, Vol. 45, #4, 2011
Geoffrey Cupit. Fairness as order: A grammatical and etymological prolegomenon.
Timm Triplett. Justifying morality: Part II: Beyond justification as clarification.
Hilary Kathleen Sloan. Joy.
Joseph Kupfer. When the badness of vice outweighs the goodness of virtue: A moral asymmetry.
Gong Qun. The right to informed consent and its implementation in China.
Laura Papish. The changing shape of Korsgaard’s understanding of constructivism.
Book Reviews
Reason in Philosophy: Animating Ideas by Robert Brandom. Review by Jon Cogburn.
The Meaning in Life and Why It Matters by Susan Wolf. Review by Nicole Note.
The Lost Art of Happiness by Arthur Dobrin. Review by Emily Barranco.
The Best Things in Life: A Guide to What Really Matters by Thomas Hurka. Review by Gwen Bradford.
Porn: How to Think with Kink edited by Dave Monroe. Review by Amy E. White.
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Michael Dummett, The Nature and Future of Philosophy. Reviewed by Han-Johann Glock.
Samuel Fleischacker, Divine Teaching and the Way of the World: A Defense of Revealed Religion. Reviewed by Jerome Gellman.
Leon Horsten and Richard Pettigrew (eds.), The Continuum Companion to Philosophical Logic. Reviewed by Katalin Bimbó.
Peter Kivy, Once-Told Tales: An Essay in Literary. Reviewed by David Davies.
Keith Lehrer, Art, Self and Knowledge. Reviewed by James O. Young.
Benjamin McMyler, Testimony, Trust, and Authority. Reviewed by Edward S. Hinchman.
Michael Slote, The Impossibility of Perfection: Aristotle, Feminism, and the Complexities of Ethics. Reviewed by Samantha Vice.
William Hosmer Smith, The Phenomenology of Moral Normativity, Routledge. Reviewed by Robert Stern.
Jason Stanley, Know How. Reviewed by Kent Bach.
Stephen Stich, Collected Papers, Volume 1: Mind and Language 1972-2010. Reviewed by José Luis Bermúdez.
Galen Strawson, The Evident Connexion: Hume on Personal Identity. Reviewed by Donald C. Ainslie.
Richard C. Taylor, David Twetten, and Michael Wreen (eds.), Tolle Lege: Essays on Augustine and on Medieval Philosophy in Honor of Roland J. Teske, SJ. Reviewed by Joseph Wawrykow.
John F. Wippel (ed.), The Ultimate Why Question: Why Is There Anything at All Rather than Nothing Whatsoever? Reviewed by Ingo Farin.
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Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 32, #1, 2012
Tarunabh Khaitan. Dignity as an expressive norm: Neither vacuous nor a panacea.
Mark D. Walters. Dicey on writing the Law of the Constitution.
John Murphy. Misfeasance in a public office: A tort law misfit?
Rachael Mulheron. Rewriting the requirement for a ‘recognized psychiatric injury’ in negligence claims.
TT Arvind. ‘Though it shocks one very much’: Formalism and pramatism in the Zong and Bancoult.
Jure Vidmar. Conceptualizing declarations of independence in international law.
Vernon Bogdanor. Imprisoned by a doctrine: The modern defence of parliamentary sovereignty.
The Law of Organized Religions: Between Establishment and Secularism by Julian Rivers. Twin approaches to secularism: Organized religion and society. Review by Lucy Vickers.
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Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, Vol. 11, #1, 2012
Special Issue: Dance and Cognitive Science
Emily S. Cross and Luca F. Ticini. Neuroaesthetics and beyond: new horizons in applying the science of the brain to the art of dance.
Corinne Jola, Shantel Ehrenberg and Dee Reynolds. The experience of watching dance: Phenomenological-neuroscience duets.
Maxine Sheets-Johnstone. From movement to dance.
Barbara Montero. Practice makes perfect: The effect of dance training on the aesthetic judge.
Ivar Hagendoorn. Inscribing the body, exscribing space.
Robert Rosenberger. Embodied technology and the dangers of using the phone while driving.
Donna M. Lloyd, Elizabeth Lewis, Jacob Payne, and Lindsay Wilson. A qualitative analysis of sensory phenomena induced by perceptual deprivation.
Book Review
Self, No Self? Between the sense of self and the reality of self: Self, No Self? Perspectives from analytical, phenomenological, and Indian traditions. Review by Wenjing Cai.
The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World by Iain McGilchrist. Review by Rupert Read.
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Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 35, #1, 2012
Peter M.S. Hacker. Wittgenstein on grammar, theses and dogmatism.
Gabriel Citron. Simple objects of comparison for complex grammars: An alternative strand in Wittgenstein’s later remarks on religion.
David Robjant. The earthy realism of Plato’s metaphysics, or: What shall we do with Iris Murdoch?
N. Verbin. Martyrdom: A philosophical perspective.
The Human Condition by John Kekes. Why Believe? By John Cottingham. Review by John Kinsey.
Wittgenstein in Exile by james C. Klagge. Review by William James DeAngelis.
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Philosophical Review, Vol. 121, #1, 2012
Michael Caie. Belief and indeterminacy.
Matthew Kotzen. Dragging and confirming.
Seth Shabo. Where love and resentment meet: Strawson’s intrapersonal defense of compatibilism.
Book Reviews
The Character of Consciousness by David Chalmers. Review by Jeff Speaks.
Hume’s Morality: Feeling and Fabrication edited by Rachel Cohon. Review by Sophie Botros.
Descarte’s Changing Mind edited by Peter Machamer and J.E. McGuire. Review by Marleen Rozemond.
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Philosophers Imprint, Vol. 12, #5 2012
Matthew Fulkerson, "Touch Without Touching"
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Politics & Policy, Vol. 40, #1, 2012
Brittany H. Bramlett. The cross-pressures of religion and contact with gays and lesbians, and their impact on same-sex marriage opinion.
Brian E. Adams. Citizens, interest groups, and local ballot intiatives.
Stephen J. Farnsworth and S. Robert Lichter. News coverage of new presidents in the New York Times, 1981-2009.
Ailsa Henderson, Steven D. Brown, and S. Mark Pancer. Political and social dimensions of civic engagement: The impact of compulsory community service.
Ethan M. Bernick and Nathan Myers. Issue salience, party strength, and the adoption of health-care expansion efforts.
Wenjue Lu Knutsen. An institutional account of China’s HIV/AIDS policy process from 1985 to 2010.
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Review of Politics, Vol. 74, #1, 2012
Christopher Lynch. War and foreign affairs in Machiavelli’s Florentine Histories.
Ross J. Corbett. Locke’s Biblical Critique.
Joseph Postell. The anti-New Deal progressive: Roscoe Pound’s alternative.
Robert Sparling. Theory and praxis: Simone Weil and Marx on the dignity of labor.
Review Articles
Catherine H. Zuckert. Is there a “Straussian” Plato?
Book Reviews
Constitutional Identity by Gary Jeffrey Jacobsohn. Constitutions and national identity. Review by Donald P. Kommers.
The Language of Law and the Foundations of American Constitutionalism by Gary L. McDowell. From nature to law. Review by Frank J. Colucci.
Merely Judgement: Ignoring, Evading, and Trumping the Supreme Court by Martin J. Sweet. Checkmate moves. Review by Gerald Rosenberg.
Hobbes on Resistance: Defying the Leviathan by Susanne Sreedhar. Kicking and screaming all the way to the gallows. Review by Christopher McClure.
Numbers Rule: The Vexing Mathematics of Democracy, from Plato to the Present by George G. Szpiro. Paradoxes and ambiguities. Review by Patti W. Hunter.
Politics and Strategy: Partisan Ambition and American Statecraft by Peter Trubowitz. Foreign and domestic. Review by Brian C. Rathbun.
The Rise and Fall of Modern American Conservatism by David Farber. An exaggerated report. Review by Kevin Smant.
Evolution, Creationism, and the Battle to Control America’s Classrooms by Michael Berkman and Eric Plutzer. Evolved or created? The teachers decide. Review by Larry Amhart.
Michael Oakeshott’s Skepticism by Aryeh Botwinick. Antifoundationalist in spite of himself? Review by Paul Franco.
Putting the Horse before Descartes: My Life’s Work on Behalf of Animals by Bernard E. Rollin. The moral status of animals. Review by Robert Garner.
Disenchantment: George Steiner and the Meaning of Western Civilization after Auschwitz by Catherine D. Chatterley. The Eichmann Trial by Deborah E. Lipstadt. Some built it; almost all let it be. Review by Kevin P. Spicer.
Hegel and the Third World: The Making of Eurocentrism in World History by Teshale Tibebu. The gap between ‘I’ and ‘we.’ Review by Paget Henry.
Making the Political: Founding and Action in the Political Theory of Zhang Shizhao by Leigh K. Jenco. Theory without borders. Review by Shiping Hua.
Morgenthau, Law and Realism by Oliver Jutersonke. Morgenthau, the realist jurist. Review by Christine M. Lee.
Cutting the Fuse: The Explosion of Global Suicide Terrorism and How to Stop It by Robert A. Pape and James K. Feldman. Maybe necessary; by no means sufficient. Review by Mia Bloom.
Shopping for Bombs: Nuclear Proliferation, Global Insecurity, and the Rise and Fall of the A.Q. Khan Network by Gordon Corera. Mommy, why does everybody have a bomb? Review by Michael Tkacik.
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Southern Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 50, #1, 2012
William G. Lycan. Explanationist rebuttals (coherentism defended again).
Jonathan L. Kvankvig. Coherentism and justified inconsistent beliefs: a solution.
Paul Thagard. Coherence: The price is right.
Mylan Engel Jr. Coherentism and the epistemic justification of moral beliefs: A case study in how to do practical ethics without appeal to a moral theory.
Ted Poston. Basic reasons and first philosophy: A coherentist view of reasons.
Bruce Russell. Rock bottom: coherentism’s soft spot.
Stefan Schubert and Erik J. Olsson. On the coherence of higher-order beliefs.
Gregory Wheeler. Explaining the limits of Olsson’s impossibility result.
William Roche. Witness agreement and the truth-conduciveness of coherentist justification.
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Theoria, Vol. 78, #1, 2012
Sven Ove Hansson. From Latin to linguistic confusion to English: Language shifts in philosophy.
Samuel C. Rickless. Why and how to fill an unfilled proposition.
Elizabeth Tropman. Can Cornell moral realism adequately account for moral knowledge?
Christoph Baumberger and Georg Brun. Identities of Artefacts.
Moral Dilemmas of Modern War: Torture, Assassination, and Blackmail in an Age of Asymmetric Conflict by Michael L. Gross. Review by Jessica Wolfendale.
The Philosophy of Information by Luciano Floridi. Review by Staffan Angere.
From Reasons to Norms: On the Basic Question in Ethics by Torbjorn Taansjo. Review by Victor Moberger.
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