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April 2-6, 2012

April 2-6, 2012

American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 49, #2, 2012
Analysis, Vol. 72, #2, 2012
Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 45, #4, 2012
Feminist Studies, Vol. 37, #3, 2011
Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 108, #10, 2011
Politics and Gender, Vol. 8, #1, 2012
Teaching Philosophy, Vol. 35, #1, 2012

American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 49, #2, 2012
Edward S. Hinchman.  Reflection, disagreement, and context.
Allen Coates.  Rational epistemic akrasia.
Peter W. Ross.  Perceived colors and perceived locations: A problem for color subjectivism.
Roger Clarke.  How to manipulate an incompatibilistically free agent.
Susana Nuccetelli and Gary Seay.  Reasoning, normativity, and experimental philosophy.
Daniel Giberman.  T-gunk and exact occupation.
Michael Byron.  Evidentiary fallacies and empirical data.
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Analysis, Vol. 72, #2, 2012
J. Robert G. Williams.  Indeterminacy and normative silence.
Luca Incurvati and Peter Smith.  Is ‘no’ a force-indicator? Sometimes, possibly.
Roy T. Cook.  The T-schema is not a logical truth.
Sanford Goldberg.  A novel (and surprising) argument against justification internalism.
Jason Leddington.  Look-blindness.
Chris Tillman and Joshua Spencer.  Musical materialism and the inheritance problem.
Ulrich Meyer.  Explaining causal loops.
Jonathan Tallant and David Ingram.  Time for distribution?
Joshua Rasmussen.  Presentists may say goodbye to A-properties.
Aidan McGlynn.  The problem of true-true counterfactuals.
John Biro.  Calling names.
Brian Garrett.  A comment on McCall.
Steven Robertson.  Some mixed strategies can evade Pascal’s Wager: A reply to Monton.
Kathrin Gluer and Peter Pagin.  Reply to Forbes.
Christopher Menzel.  Sets and worlds again.
Adrian Heathcote.  Gettier and the stopped clock.
Rachael Briggs and Daniel Nolan.  Mad, bad and dangerous to know.
Harold W. Noonan.  Personal pronoun revisionism – asking the right question.
Jeff Snapper.  The liar paradox in new clothes.
Achille C. Varzi.  The naming of facts.
Book Symposium
Jody Azzouni.  Summary.
Nikk Effingham.  Talking about something (but really talking about nothing).
Erin Eaker.  Talking about something.
Gabriele Contessa.  Sweet nothings.
Jody Azzouni.  Responses to Gabriele Contessa, Erin Eaker, and Nikk Effingham.
Critical Notices
Daniel Bonevac.  Logic and how it gets that way.
Inaki San Pedro.  Many worlds: Quantum theory and reality?
Book Reviews
Emergence in Science and Philosophy edited by Antonella Corradini and Timothy O’Connor.  Review by William Seager.
The Unity of Consciousness by Tim Bayne.  Review by Thomas W. Polger.
Procreation and Parenthood: The Ethics of Bearing and Rearing Children edited by David Archard and David Benatar.  Review by Nils Holtug.
The Beloved Self: Morality and the Challenge from Egoism by Alison Hills.  Review by David Cummiskey.
The Moral Dimensions of Human Rights by Carl Wellman.  Review by William Nelson.
Philosophical Perspectives on Depiction edited by Catharine Abell and Katerina Bantinaki.  Review by Michael Newall.
The Errors of Atheism by J. Angelo Corlett.  Review by Jack MacIntosh.
Reasonable Faith by John Haldane.  Review by Lara Buchak.
Truth Through Proof: A Formalist Foundation for Mathematics by Alan Weir.  Review by Zlatan Damnjanovic.
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Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 45, #4, 2012
Cynthia M. Horne.  Assessing the impact of lustration on trust in public institutions and national government in Central and Eastern Europe.
Jan Biela, Annika Hennl, and Andre Kaiser.  Combining federalism and decentralization: Comparative case studies on regional development policies in Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, and Ireland.
Jennifer Fitzgerald, K. Amber Curtis, and Catherine L. Corliss.  Anxious publics: Worries about crime and immigration.
James Adams, Jane Green, and Caitlin Milazzo.  Has the British public depolarized along with political elites? An American perspective on British public opinion.
Book Reviews
Venezuela’s Chavismo and Populism in Comparative Perspective by K.A. Hawkins.  Review by R. Douglas Hecock.
Elections and Distributive Politics in Mubarak’s Egypt by L. Blaydes.  Review by Susan M. Jellissen.
The New Global Rulers: The Privatization of Regulation in the World Economy by T. Buthe and W. Mattli.  Review by John A. Doces.
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Feminist Studies, Vol. 37, #3, 2011
Judith Gardiner and Millie Thayer.  Preface.
Amy Brandzel.  Haunted by citizenship: Whitenormative citizen-subjects and the uses of history in women’s studies.
Becky Thompson.  We are all on native land: Transforming faculty searches with indigenous methods.
Breanne Fahs.  Ti-Grace Atkinson and the legacy of radical feminism.
Jane Gerhard.  Judy Chicago and the practice of 1970s feminism.
Roberta Salper.  San Diego State 1970: The initial year of the nation’s first women’s studies program.
Monika Lee.  Body double.
Ann Cefola.  Demoiselles 7.
Lana Hechtman Ayers.  View from three feet; sowing circles.
Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz.  PD and the B-side.
Emily Carr.  Addiction; Angel; Child; Door; Evolution; Identity; Home; Present.
Maura Reilly.  The paintings of Carolee Schneemann.
Bridget Harris Tsemo.  Decentering power in pedagogy: From “feminism” to “feminisms.”
Stephanie Ricker Schulte.  Surfing feminism’s online wave: The internet and the future of feminism.
News and Views
Lila Abu-Lughod and Rabab El-Mahdi.  News and views 1: Beyond the “woman question” in the Egyptian Revolution.
Sahar Khamis.  News and views 2: The Arab “Feminist” Spring?
Short Story
Heather Fowler.  Sight.
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Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 108, #10, 2011
Alan Carter.  A distinction within egalitarianism.
Endre Begby.  Concepts and abilities in anti-individualism.
Comments and Criticism
Axel Arturo Barcelo Aspeitia.  An insubstantial externalism.
Book Review
Rescuing Justice and Equality by G.A. Cohen.  Review by Japa Pallikkathayil.
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Charles Taliaferro and Jil Evans, The Image in Mind: Theism, Naturalism, and the Imagination. Reviewed by Robert T. Pennock, Michigan State University.
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Politics and Gender, Vol. 8, #1, 2012
Daniel Skinner.  The politics of medical necessity in American abortion debates.
Genevieve LeBaron and Adrienne Roberts.  Confining social insecurity: Neoliberalism and the rise of the 21st Century debtors’ prison.
Michele Angrist.  War, resisting the west, and women’s labor: Toward an understanding of Arab exceptionalism.
Aude Bicquelet, Albert Weale and Judith Bara.  In a different parliamentary voice?
Radka Dudova.  Regulation of abortion as state-socialist governamentability: The case of Czechoslovakia.
Book Reviews
Making Feminist Politics: Transnational Alliances between Women and Labor by Suzanne Franzway and Mary Margaret Fonow.  Review by Genevieve LeBaron.
Law’s Relations: A Relational Theory of Self, Autonomy, and Law by Jennifer Nedelsky.  Review by Mary Lyndon Shanley.
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Teaching Philosophy, Vol. 35, #1, 2012
Tim Connolly.  Learning Chinese philosophy with commentaries.
Jessica Gosnell.  Integrating quotations into the classroom.
Jeff Mitchell.  On a common misconception of Ruth Benedict’s relativism.
Ann J. Cahill and Stephen Bloch-Schulman.  Argumentation step-by-step: Learning critical thinking through deliberate practice.
Michael T. McFall.  Can Christians be philosophy professors?
Human Rights, 2nd Edition by Michael Freeman.  Review by Marcus Arvan.
Introducing Philosophy through Pop Culture: From Socrates to South Park, Hume to House by William Irwin and David Kyle Johnson.  Review by Eric Bronson.
Continental Philosophy: An Introduction, Second Edition, by David West.  Review by Taine Duncan.
The Prudence of Love: How Possessing the Virtue of Love Benefits the Lover by Eric J. Silverman.  Review by Andrew Fitz-Gibbon.
Reason in the Balance: An Inquiry Approach to Critical Thinking by Sharon Bailin and Mark Battersby.  Review by Eric Kraemer.
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