Thursday, March 8, 2012

March 8, 2012

Foundations of Science, Vol. 17, #1, 2012
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 106, #1, 2012
Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 39, #1, 2012
Legal Studies, Vol. 32, #1, 2012
Metascience, Vol. 21, #1, 2012
Monist, Vol. 95, #1, 2012
Natural Language Semantics, Vol. 20, #1, 2012
Nous, Vol. 46, #1, 2012
Philosopher’s Imprint, Vol. 12, #4, 2012
Philosophia, Vol. 40, #1, 2012
Philosophy of Science, Vol. 79, #1, 2012
Politics & Gender, Vol. 7, #4, 2012

Ratio Juris, Vol. 25, #1, 2012

Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, Vol. 47, #4, 2011
Utilitas, Vol. 24, #1, 2012

Foundations of Science, Vol. 17, #1, 2012
Horace Fairlamb. Must complex systems theory be materialistic?
Gertrudis Van de Vijver. Friends of wisdom?
Stanley Salthe. Materialism: Replies to comments from readers.
Clement Vidal. Two purposes of black hole production.
Louis Crane. From philosophy to engineering.
Jan M. Greben. On the nature of initial conditions and fundamental parameters in physics and cosmology.
Rudiger Vaas. Cosmological artificial selection: Creation out of something?
Clement Vidal. Fine-tuning, quantum mechanics and cosmological artificial selection.
Franc Rottiers. Participating in the meaning of life, a contributor’s critique.
Clement Vidal. Analysis of some speculations concerning the far future of intelligent civilizations.
John E. Stewart. The future of life and what it means for humanity.
Karin Usadi Katz and Mikhail G. Katz. A burgessian critique of nominalistic tendencies in contemporary mathematics and its historiography.
Andras Kertesz. The ‘Galilean style in science’ and the inconsistency of linguistic theorizing.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 106, #1, 2012
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 econoia aziendale and catholic social teaching: How to apply the common good principle at the managerial level.
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Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 39, #1, 2012
Special Issue: Material Worlds: Intersections of Law, Science, Technology, and Society
Alex Faulkner, Bettina Lange and Christopher Lawless. Introduction: Material worlds: Intersections of law, science, technology, and society.
Javier Lezaun. The pragmatic sanction of materials: Notes for an ethnography of legal substances.
Catriona Rooke, Emilie Cloatre and Robert Dingwall. The regulation of nicotine in the United Kingdom: How nicotine gum came to be a medicine, but not a drug.
Ilke Turkmendag. The donor-conceived child’s ‘right to personal identity’: The public debate on donor anonymity in the United Kingdom.
Emilie Cloatre and Nick Wright. A socio-legal analysis of an actor-world: The case of carbon trading nad the clean development mechanism.
Elen Stokes. Nanotechnology and the products of inherited regulation.
Emmanuelle Rial-Sebbag and Anne Cambon-Thomsen. The emergence of biobanks in the legal landscape: Towards a new model of governance.
Aurelie Mahalatchimy, Emmanuelle Rial-Sebbag, Virginie Tournay and Alex Faulkner. The legal landscape for advanced therapies: Material and institutional implementation of European Union rules in France and the United Kingdom.
Victor Toom. Bodies of science and law: Forensic DNA profiling, biological bodies, and biopower.
Alain Pottage. The materiality of what?
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Legal Studies, Vol. 32, #1, 2012
Dr. Daniel Attenborough. Winner of the SLS annual conference best paper prize 2011. Giving purpose to the corporate purpose debate: An equitable maximization and viability principle.
Jolene Lin. Climate change and the courts.
Mark Telford and Sotirios Santatzoglou. ‘It was about trust’-Practitioners as policy makers and the improvement of interprofessional communication within the 1980s youth justice process.
Maebh Harding. The curious incident of the Marriage Act (no. 2) 1537 and the Irish statute book.
Andrew Higgins. Referral fees- the business of access to justice.
Debra Morris. Charities and the big society: A doomed coalition?
Book Reviews
Murder, Medicine, and Motherhood by Emma Cunliffe. Review by Dr. Catherine O’Sullivan.
Law and Religion by Russell Sandberg. Review by Javier Garcia Oliva.
Terrorism and the Law by Clive Walker. Review by James Roebuck.
The Boundaries of the Criminal Law edited by Ra Duff, Lindsay Farmer, Se Marshall, Massimo Renzo and Victor Tadros. Review by Raffaele Rodogno.
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Metascience, Vol. 21, #1, 2012
Essay Review
K. Brad Wray. Assessing the influence of Kuhn’s Structure of Scientific Revolutions.
Book Symposium Objectivity by Lorraine Daston and Peter Galison.
Objectivity in Historical Perspective. Review by Peter Dear, Ian Hacking, Matthew L. Jones, Lorraine Daston, and Peter Galison.
The Historiography of the Chemical Revolution: Patterns of Interpretation in the History of Science by John G. McEvoy. Historiography in a metaphysical mode. Review by Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent, Jan Golinski, Lissa L. Roberts, and John McEvoy.
Essay Reviews Scientific structuralism, edited by Alisa Bokulich and Peter Bokulich.
Varieties of structuralism. Review by Robert Nola.
The metaphysics of scientific realism, by Brian Ellis.
The theory of everything? Review by Emma Tobin.
Physicalism, by Daniel Stoljar. Stalking the elusive physicalist thesis. Review by D. Gene Witmer.
Free will as an open scientific problem, by Mark Balaguer. Free will sans metaphysics? Review by Helen Beebe.
Book Reviews
The Metaphysics Within Physics by Tim Maudlin.
Things metaphysics can learn from physics. Review by Isabelle Drouet.
Persistence and relativity by Yuri Balashov. How should we understand relativistic persistence? Review by Carolyn Brighouse.
The Metaphysics of Extrinsic Properties by Vera Hoffmann-Kolss. Understanding the intrinsic/extrinsic distinction. Review by Robert Francescotti.
Ultimate Explanations of the Cosmos by Michael Heller. Looking for ultimate explanations in the wrong place. Review by Nicholas Maxwell.
Essay Reviews
A vast machine: Computer models, climate data, and the politics of global warming by Paul N. Edwards. Models all the way down. Review by Naomi Oreskes.
Beyond mimesis and convention: Representation in art and science. Edited by R. Frigg and M.C. Hunter.
Can we dispense with mimesis in representations? Review by Jose A. Diez.
Book Reviews
Science in the Age of Computer Simulation by Eric Winsberg. Computer simulation and philosophy of science. Review by Wendy S. Parker. Models of Discovery and Creativity edited by Joke Meheus and Thomas Nickles. Naturalism and scientific creativity: New tools for analyzing science.
Essay Reviews
Energy and empire: A biographical study of Lord Kelvin. Crosbie Smith and M. Norton Wise.
Victorian physics meets industrial capitalism. Review by Bruce J. Hunt.
Quantum theory at the crossroads: Reconsidering the 1927 Solvay conference. Guido Bacciagaluppi and Antony Valentini. Revisiting the 1927 Solvay conference and the early interpretation of quantum mechanics. Review by Martin Jahnert.
Book Reviews
Kinematics: The Lost Origins of Einstein’s Relativity by Alberto A. Martinez. Histories of kinematics and Einstein’s relativity theory: A collage of historiographies. Review by Giora Hon.
Epistemology and Probability: Bohr, Heisenberg, Schrodinger, and the Nature of Quantum-Theoretical Thinking by Arkady Plotnitsky. Adjusting the quantum monster. Review by Vassilis Sakellariou.
The Quantum Story: A History in 40 Moments by Jim Baggott. A difficult subject leavened with human interest. Review by Naomi Pasachoff.
The Many Worlds of Hugh Everett III: Multiple Universes, Mutual Assured Destruction, and the Meltdown of a Nuclear Family by Peter Byrne. The human story behind Everettian quantum mechanics. Review by Alastair Wilson.
The Genesis of Feynman Diagrams by Adrian Wuthrich. Feynman diagrams: Conceptual tools for theoretical physicists. Review by Laurie M. Brown.
Survey Review
Before and after Darwin: Origins, species, cosmogonies, and ontologies. Variorum collected studies series CS897. M.J.S. Hodge. Banging on about Darwin: Hodge in context. Review by Evelleen Richards.
Book Reviews
The Origen Then and Now: An Interpretative Guide to the Origin of Species by David N. Reznick. Darwin’s pluralism, then and now. Review by Rasmus Gronfeldt Winther.
Evolution: The Extended Synthesis edited by Massimo Pigliucci and Gerd B. Muller. Footnotes to the synthesis? Review by John O. Reiss.
Form and Function in Developmental Evolution edited by Manfred D. Laubichler and Jane Maienschein. The allure of perennial questions in biology: Temporary excitement or substantive advance? Review by Alan C. Love.
Biology and Ideology: From Descartes to Dawkins edited by D.R. Alexander and R.L. Numbers. Ideology and science. Review by David E. Packham.
The Mirage of a Space Between Nature and Nurture by Evelyn Fox Keller. A fine book, but who’s it for? Review by John Dupre.
Essential Readings in Biosemiotics: Anthology and commentary by Donald Vaareau. The inner semiotic core of biology. Review by Eliseo Fernandez.

Constituting Objectivity: Transcendental Perspectives on Modern Physics edited by Michel Bitbol, Pierre Kerszberg and Jean Petitot. Transcendental epistemology of physics. Review by Andres Rivadulla.
Constructive Empiricism: Epistemology and the Philosophy of Science by Paul Dicken. Constructive empiricism revisited. Review by Marc Alspector-Kelly.
In Defence of Objectvie Bayesianism by Jon Williamson. Objective Bayesianism defended? Review by Darrell P. Rowbottom.
By Parallel Reasoning: The Construction and Evaluation of Analogical Arguments by Paul F. A. Bartha. A new look at analogical reasoning. Review by Dirk Schlimm.

Signals: Evolution, Learning, and Information by Brian Skyrms. What does a naturalistic epistemologist do? Review by William F. Harms.
In Praise of Science: Curiosity, Understanding, and Progress by Sander Bais. Celebrating science. Review by Robert P. Crease.
Evaluating and Standardizing Therapeutic Agents, 1890-1950 edited by Christoph Gradmann and Jonathan Simon. Setting the standards for medicines. Review by Gregory Haines.
Defending Copernicus and Galileo: Critical Reasoning in the Two Affairs by Maurice A. Finocchiaro. Galileo’s lessons on critical reasoning. Review by Luciano Boschiero.
Galileo Engineer by Matteo Valleriani. Galileo’s impractical science. Review by David Marshall Miller.
Sojourners in a Strange Land: Jesuits and their Scientific Missions in Late Imperial China by Florence C. Hsia. French Jesuit missionaries in China in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Review by Ugo Baldini.
Divining Science: Treasure Hunting and Earth Science in Early Modern Germany by Warren Dym. A history of divining rods. Review by Martina Kolbl-Ebert.
The Heavens on Earth: Observatories and Astronomy in Nineteenth-Century Science and Culture edited by David Aubin, Charlotte Bigg, and H. Otto Sibum. Observatory sciences and culture in the nineteenth century. Review by Steven Dick.
The Cambridge Companion to Science and Religion edited by Peter Harrison. Science and Christianity. Review by Geoffrey Cantor.
Fixing the Sky: The Checkered History of Weather and Climate Control by James Rodger Fleming. Climate engineering, past and present. Review by David Philip Miller.
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Monist, Vol. 95, #1, 2012
H.E. Baber. Dilemmas of multiculturalism: An introduction.
Roy L. Brooks. Cultural diversity: It’s all about the mainstream.
Erik Christensen. Revisiting multiculturalism as political philosophy:
Will Kymlicka.
Stephen Biggs. Liberalism, feminism, and group rights.
Cindy Holder. Devolving power to sub-state groups: Some worries about the worries.
Geoffrey Brahm Levey.
Liberal autonomy as a pluralistic value.
Deen Chatterjee. Veiled politics: The liberal dilemma of multiculturalism.
Richard Thompson Ford. Cultural rights versus civic virtue.
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Natural Language Semantics, Vol. 20, #1, 2012
Ivona Kucerova. Grammatical marking of giveness.
Jon Gajewski and Yael Sharvit. In defense of the grammatical approach to local implicatures.
Martin Hackl and Jon Nissenbaum. A modal ambiguity in for-infinitival relative clauses.
Junko Shimoyama. Reassessing crosslinguistic variation in clausal comparatives.
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Kelly James Clark and Raymond J. VanArragon (eds.), Evidence and Religious Belief. Reviewed by Trent Dougherty.

David Enoch, Taking Morality Seriously: A Defense of Robust Realism. Reviewed by Andrew Sepielli.
Amy Olberding, Moral Exemplars in the Analects: The Good Person Is That. Reviewed by Myeong-seok Kim.
Robert Pasnau, Metaphysical Themes 1274-1671. Reviewed by Henrik Lagerlund.

Roger Teichmann, Nature, Reason, and the Good Life: Ethics for Human Beings. Reviewed by Erasmus Mayr.

Nous, Vol. 46, #1, 2012
Dale Dorsey. Weak anti-rationalism and the demands of morality.
Douglas W. Portmore. Imperfect reasons and rational options.
Christopher Gauker. What Tipper is ready for: A semantics for incomplete predicates.
Katherine Dunlop. Kant and Strawson on the content of geometrical concepts.
Jonathan Ichikawa and Benjamin Jarvis. Rational imagination and modal knowledge.
Kathrin Gluer and Peter Pagin. General terms and rational modality.
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Philosopher’s Imprint, Vol. 12, #4, 2012
Jessica Wilson. “Fundamental Determinables.”
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Philosophia, Vol. 40, #1, 2012
Daniele Santoro and Carlo Penco. New perspectives on analytic pragmatism.
Robert Brandom. Metaphilosophical reflections on the idea of metaphysics.
Danielle Macbeth. Varieties of analytic pragmatism.
Edgar Andrade-Lotero and Catarina Dutilh Novaes. A contentious trinity: Levels of entailment in Brandom’s pragmatist inferentialism.
David Lauer. Expressivism and the layer cake picture of discursive practice.
Jaroslav Peregrin. Inferentialism and the normativity of meaning.
Daniele Porello. Incompatibility semantics from agreement.
Tanja Pritzlaff. Disagreement, error and two senses of incompatibility – the relational function of discursive updating. Derek W. Strijbos and Leon C. de Bruin. Making folk psychology explicit: The relevance of Robert Brandom’s philosophy for the debate on social cognition.
Tadeusz Szubka. On the very idea of Brandom’s pragmatism.
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Philosophy of Science, Vol. 79, #1, 2012

J. Christopher Hunt. On Ad Hoc Hypotheses.
Kareem Khalifa. Inaugurating understanding or repacking explanation?
Ryan Muldoon, Tony Smith, and Michael Weisberg. Segregation that no one seeks.
Michelle G. Gibbons. Reassessing discovery: Rosalind Franklin, scientific visualization, and the structure of DNA.
Elliott O. Wagner. Evolving to divide the fruits of cooperation.
Andreas Wagner.
The role of randomness in Darwinian evolution.
Angela Potochnik and Brian McGill. The limitations of hierarchical organization.
Margaret Morrison. Emergent physics and micro-ontology.
Branden Fitelson. Accuracy, language, dependence, and Joyce’s argument for probabilism.
Book Reviews
Quantum Theory at the Crossroads: Reconsidering the 1927 Solvay Conference by Guido Bacciagaluppi and Antony Valentini. Review by Michael Dickson.
Many Worlds? Everett, Quantum Theory, and Reality by Simon Saunders, Jonathan Barrett, Adrian Kent, and David Wallace. Review by Peter Lewis.
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Politics & Gender, Vol. 7, #4, 2012
Valerie M. Hudson, Donna Lee Bowen and Perpetua Lynne Nielsen. What is the relationship between inequity in family law and violence against women? Approaching the issue of legal enclaves.
Kathryn Pearson and Logan Dancey. Speaking for the underrepresented in the House of Representatives: Voicing women’s interests in a partisan era.
Christina E. Bejarano, Sylvia Manzano and Celeste Montoya. Tracking the latino gender gap: Gender attitudes across sex, borders, and generations.
Hagar Kotef. Baking at the front line, sleeping with the enemy: Reflections on gender and women’s peace activism in Israel.
Critical Perspectives on Gender and Politics: The State of Feminist Security Studies: A Conversation
Jennifer K. Lobasz and Laura Sjoberg.
J. Ann Tickner. Feminist security studies: Celebrating an emerging field.
Carol Cohn. “Feminist security studies”: Toward a reflexive practice.
Valerie M. Hudson. But now can see: One academic’s journey to feminist security studies.
Annick T.R. Wibben. Feminist politics in feminist security studies.
Lauren Wilcox. Beyond sex/gender: The feminist body of security.
Laura Sjoberg. Looking forward, conceptualizing feminist security studies.
Book Reviews
Women and States: Norms and Hierarchies in International Society by Ann E. Towns. Review by Dorothy E. McBride.
Body by Weimar: Athletes, Gender, and German Modernity by Erik N. Jensen. Review by Eileen McDonagh.
Just One of the Guys: Transgender Men and the Persistence of Gender Inequality by Kristen Schilt. Review by Beth Kiyoko Jamieson.
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Ratio Juris, Vol. 25, #1, 2012
Robert Alexy. Law, morality, and the existence of human rights.
George Pavlakos. Correctness and cognitivism. Remarks on Robert Alexy’s argument from the claim to correctness.
Jose Juan Moreso. Ways of solving conflicts of constitutional rights: Proportionalism and specificationism.
Dennis Patterson. Alexy on necessity in law and morals.
Hendrik Gommer. The biological essence of law.
Gemma Cornelissen. Belief-based exemptions: Are religious beliefs special?
Book Reviews
Stellenindex und Konkordanz zum Naturrecht Feyerabend, Teilband I: Einleitung des Naturrechts Feyerabend edited by Heinrich P. Delfosse, Norbert Hinske, and Gianluca Sadun Bordoni.
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Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, Vol. 47, #4, 2011

Torjust Midtgarden. The Hegelian legacy in Dewey’s social and political philosophy, 1915-1920.
Tullio Viola. Philosophy and the second person: Peirce, Humboldt, Benveniste, and personal pronouns as universals of communication.
Richard Kenneth Atkins. This proposition is not true: C.S. Peirce and the liar paradox.
Winfried Noth. From representation to thirdness and representamen to medium: Evolution of Peircean key terms and topics.
Marilyn Fischer. Interpretation’s contrapuntal pathways: Addams and the Averbuch affair.
Naoko Saito. Becoming cosmopolitan: On the idea of a Japanese response to American philosophy.
The Politics of Survival: Peirce, Affectivity, and Social Criticism by Lara Trout. Review by David A. Dilworth.
Peirce’s Theory of Inquiry and Beyond by Thora Margareta Bertilsson. Review by Torjus Midtgarden.
Naturalism and Normativity edited by Mario de Caro and David Macarthur. Review by Robert Sinclair.
t by Howard G. Callaway. Review by Richard A. S. Hall.
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Memories and Portraits: Explorations in American Though

Utilitas, Vol. 24, #1, 2012
Valerie Wallace. Benthamite radicalism and its Scots Presbyterian contexts.
Christopher Freiman. Why poverty matters most: Towards a humanitarian theory of social justice.
A Faik Kurtulmus. Uncertainty behind the veil of ignorance.
Xiaofei Liu. A robust defence of the doctrine of doing and allowing.
Shlomi Segall. What’s so bad about discrimination?
Liam Shields. The prospects for sufficientarianism.
Asbjorn Steglich-Petersen.
Clumps and pumps: Clumpiness, resolution and rational choice.
Andrew Walton. Consequentialism, indirect effects and fair trade.
Book Reviews
Partiality and Impartiality: Morality, Special Relationships, and the Wider World edited by Brian Feltham and John Cottingham. Review by Rex Martin.
The Idea of Justice by Amartya Sen. Review by James Connelly.
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