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British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 63, #2, 2012
Dialectica, Vol. 66, #2, 2012
Journal of Logic and Computation, Vol. 22, #3, 2012
Oxford Studies of Legal Studies, Vol. 32, #2, 2012
Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 93, #2, 2012
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 84, #3, 2012
Political Psychology, Vol. 33, #3, 2012
Tanner Lectures on Human Values, Vol. 30, 2012

British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 63, #2, 2012
Adam Caulton and Jeremy Butterfield. Symmetries and Paraparticles as a Motivation for Structuralism.
Koray Karaca. Kitcher's Explanatory Unification, Kaluza–Klein Theories, and the Normative Aspect of Higher Dimensional Unification in Physics.
Dana Tulodziecki. Epistemic Equivalence and Epistemic Incapacitation
Alberto Feduzi, Jochen Runde, and Carlo Zappia. De Finetti on the Insurance of Risks and Uncertainties
Kevin Morris. A Defense of Lucky Understanding.
Jeffrey Yoshimi. Supervenience, Dynamical Systems Theory, and Non-Reductive Physicalism .
Bert Leuridan. Three Problems for the Mutual Manipulability Account of Constitutive Relevance in Mechanisms.
Trevor Pearce. Convergence and Parallelism in Evolution: A Neo-Gouldian Account.
Rational Decisions by Ken Binmore. Review by Brian Skyrms.
Duplicate article withdrawal
Otávio Bueno and Steven French. Can Mathematics Explain Physical Phenomena?
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Dialectica, Vol. 66, #2, 2012
Special Issue: Paolo Casalegno's Good Points. Guest Editor: Elisa Paganini

Elisa Paganini. Paolo Casalegno's Good Points.
Paul Boghossian. Inferentialism and the Epistemology of Logic: Reflections on Casalegno and Williamson.
Timothy Williamson. Boghossian and Casalegno on Understanding and Inference.
Crispin Wright. Meaning and Assertibility: Some Reflections on Paolo Casalegno's ‘The Problem of Non-conclusiveness.’
Timothy Williamson.Wright and Casalegno on Meaning and Assertibility.
Diego Marconi.Semantic Normativity, Deference and Reference.
Igor Douven and Christoph Kelp. In Defense of the Rational Credibility Account: A Reply to Casalegno.
Book Reviews
Brevissima introduzione alla filosofia del linguaggio –By Paolo Casalegno. Review by Andrea Iacona.
Verità e significato: Scritti di filosofia del linguaggio – By Paolo Casalegno. Review by Andrea Bianchi and Marco Santambrogio.
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Journal of Logic and Computation, Vol. 22, #3, 2012
Non-classical Logics Corner
Steffen Lewitzka.     Semantically closed intuitionistic  logics.
Gerard R. Renardel de Lavalette, Alex Hendriks,and Dick H.J. de Jongh. Intuitionistic implication without disjunction.
Agents Corner
Andreas Witzel. Characterizing perfect recall using next-step temporal operators in S5 Epistemic Temporal Logic. 
Fuzzy Logic Corner
Simone Bova and Diego Valota. Finite RDP-algebras: duality, coproducts and logic.
Original Articles
Guillaume Aucher. Private announcement and belief expansion: an internal perspective.
Kedian Mu, Weiru Liu, and Zhi Jin. Measuring the blame of each formula for inconsistent prioritized knowledge bases.
Walter Hussak. Monodic temporal logic with quantified propositional variables.
Saeed Salehi. Separating bounded arithmetical theories by Herbrand consistency.
Răzvan Diaconescu. Borrowing interpolation.
Olaf Beyersdorff, Arne Meier, Michael Thomas,and Heribert Vollmer. The complexity of reasoning for fragments of default logic
Giorgi Japaridze. A logical basis for constructive systems.
Manuel Bodirsky, Peter Jonsson, and Timo von Oertzen. Horn versus full first-order: Complexity dichotomies in algebraic constraint satisfaction.
Félix Bou, Francesc Esteva, Josep Maria Font, Àngel J. Gil, Lluís Godo, Antoni Torrens, and Ventura Verdú. Logics preserving degrees of truth from varieties of residuated lattices.
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James J. DiCenso, Kant, Religion, and Politics. Reviewed by Jacqueline Mariña.
Rainer Forst, The Right to Justification: Elements of a Constructivist Theory of Justice, Jeffrey Flynn (tr.), Reviewed by Eva Erman.
Benjamin Hutchens (ed.), Jean-Luc Nancy: Justice, Legality and World. Reviewed by Marie-Eve Morin.
Philip Kitcher, The Ethical Project. Reviewed by Ron Mallon.
Udo Thiel, The Early Modern Subject: Self-Consciousness and Personal Identity from Descartes to Hume. Reviewed by Marleen Rozemond.
T. M. Wilkinson, Ethics and the Acquisition of Organs. Reviewed by Robert M. Veatch.
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Oxford Studies of Legal Studies, Vol. 32, #2, 2012
Marco Goldoni. At the Origins of Constitutional Review: Sieyès’ Constitutional Jury and the Taming of Constituent Power.
Walter Rech. Rightless Enemies: Schmitt and Lauterpacht on Political Piracy.
Justine Pila. ‘Sewing the Fly Buttons on the Statute’: Employee Inventions and the Employment Context.
Dimitrios Kyritsis. Constitutional Review in Representative Democracy.
Gerard McCormack. Universalism in Insolvency Proceedings and the Common Law.
Adrian Künzler. Judicial Legitimacy and the Role of Courts: Explaining the Transitional Context of the German Border Guard Cases.
Review Articles
Dale Smith. Law, Justice and the Unity of Value.
David Fraser. Shadows of Law, Shadows of the Shoah: Towards a Legal History of the Nazi Killing Machine.
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Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 93, #2, 2012
Original Articles
Bill Wringe. Pre-Punishment, Communicative Theories Of Punishment, And Compatibilism.
Dale Dorsey. Can Instrumental Value Be Intrinsic?
Christopher Freiman. Equal Political Liberties.
Lilian O'brien. Deviance And Causalism.
Aaron Smuts. Less Good But Not Bad: In Defense Of Epicureanism About Death.
Vanessa Carbonell. The Ratcheting-Up Effect.
William Hasselberger. Agency, Autonomy, And Social Intelligibility.
Daniel Whiting. Does Belief Aim (Only) At The Truth?
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 84, #3, 2012
Sinan Dogramaci. Reverse Engineering Epistemic Evaluations.
Ross P. Cameron. Composition as Identity Doesn’t Settle the Special Composition Question.
Sergio Tenenbaum. The Idea of Freedom and Moral Cognition in Groundwork III.
Iris Einheuser. Relativized Propositions and the Fregean Orthodoxy.
Kevin Zaragoza. Forgiveness and Standing.
Gabriele Contessa. Do Extrinsic Dispositions Need Extrinsic Causal Bases?
Fabrice Correia. On the Reduction of Necessity to Essence.
Paul Audi. Properties, Powers, and the Subset Account of Realization.
Book Symposium
The Case for Contextualism: Knowledge, Skepticism, and Context
Keith Derose. Précis of The Case for Contextualism: Knowledge, Skepticism, and Context.
Jennifer Nagel. The Attitude of Knowledge.
Peter Ludlow. Contextualism, Multi-Tasking, and Third-Person Knowledge Reports: A Note on Keith DeRose’s The Case for Contextualism.
Jeremy Fantl and Matthew Mcgrath. Contextualism and Subject-Sensitivity.
Keith Derose. Replies to Nagel, Ludlow, and Fantl and McGrath.
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Political Psychology, Vol. 33, #3, 2012

Peter K. Hatemi and Rose McDermott. The Political Psychology of Biology, Genetics, and Behavior.
Darren Schreiber and Marco Iacoboni. Huxtables on the Brain: An fMRI Study of Race and Norm Violation.
Michael L. Spezio, Laura Loesch, Frédéric Gosselin, Kyle Mattes and R. Michael Alvarez. Thin-Slice Decisions Do Not Need Faces to be Predictive of Election Outcomes.
Anthony C. Lopez and Rose McDermott. Adaptation, Heritability, and the Emergence of Evolutionary Political Science.
Peter John Loewen and Christopher T. Dawes. The Heritability of Duty and Voter Turnout.
Brad Verhulst, Peter K. Hatemi and Lindon J. Eaves. Disentangling the Importance of Psychological Predispositions and Social Constructions in the Organization of American Political Ideology.
Michael Bang Petersen, Daniel Sznycer, Leda Cosmides and John Tooby. Who Deserves Help? Evolutionary Psychology, Social Emotions, and Public Opinion about Welfare.
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Tanner Lectures on Human Values, Vol. 30, 2012 (not online, available on the Tanner New Book Shelf)
Includes lectures delivered during the academic year 2009 - 2010.
Part I: The Tanner Lectures on Human Values

Bruce Ackerman. The Decline and Fall of the American Republic
Lecture I. An Extremist Presidency
Lecture II. A Politicized Military

John Adams. Doctor Atomic and His Gadget.
Isabel Allende. In the Hearts of Women.

Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im. Transcending Imperialism: Human Values and Global Citizenship.
Lecture I. Human Values, Self-Determination, and Global Citizenshop.
Lecture II. Taming Utopia: Pragmatic Means for Transformative Vision.

Mark Danner. Torture and the Forever War.
Lecture I. Imposing the State of Exception: Constitutional Dictatorship, Torture, and Us.
Lecture II. Naturalizing the State of Exception: Terror, Fear, and teh War Without End.

Sir Christopher Frayling. Art and Religion in the Modern West: Some Perspectives.
Lecture I. An Instinctive Sympathy?
Lecture II. To Do the Right Deed for the Wrong Reason.

Jonathan Lear. "To Become Human Does Not Come That Easily."

Ahmed Rahid. Afghanistan and Pakistan: Past Mistakes, Future Directions?
Lecture I. Afghanistan
Lecture II. Pakistan.

Part II: Brasenose College Quincentennial Tanner Lectures : Meeting the Challenges of the Twenty-first Century, edited by Christopher Timpson. Foreword by Professor Roger Cashmore, FRS, Principal, Brasenose College, Oxford

Section I: The Challenge of Emerging Infection
Robin. Weiss. Emerging Infections: Is the Pas a Guide to the Future?
Jane Cardosa. Virology in the Jungle: The Global-Local Tension.
Eddie Holmes. On the Origin of Epidemics.
Panel Discussion : William James, Eddies Holmes, Harold Jaffe, Jane Cardosa, Paul Klenerman, Robin Weiss, Tim Peto.

Section 2: Terrorism and International Security: What Have We Learned from Afghanistan and Iraq?
Llewelyn Morgan. Introduction I.
John Nagl. Learning to Eat Soup with a Knife: Counterinsurgency lessons from Iraq for Afghanistan and Beyond.
Leo Docherty. Desert of Death: British Military Intervention in Helmand Province and the Comprehensive Approach.
General Discussion: John Nagl, Leo Docherty, Paddy Docherty.
Llewelyn Morgan. Introduction 2.
Panel Discussion: Llewelyn Morgan, Alan Macdonald, Ana Rodriguez Garcia, George Noel Clarke, John Bingham, Joanna Buckley, Susanne Varga Nagl.

Section 3: Human Rights in the Twenty-First Century
Lord Justic Scott Baker. Introduction 1.
Vernon Bogdanor. Democracy and Human Rights.
Kate Allen. Terror, Security, and Human Rights.
General Discussion: Kate Allen, Scott Baker, Vernon Bogdamor.
Nicolas Bratza. Introduction 2: Human Rights and Bioethics.
Ian Kennedy. Rights and Values in Health and health Care.
Julian Savulescu. The Right to Enhancement.
General Discussion: Nicolas Braza, Ian Kennedy, Julian Savulescu.

Section 4: Environmental Challenges in a Warming World
David Shukman. Introduction.
Robert Watson. Environmental Challenges in a Warming World.
David King. Environmental Challenges in a Warming World.
Goerge Monbiot. Coal: The Dirtiest Word in the English Language.
Dieter Helm. Environmental Challenges in a Warming World: Consumption, Costs, and Responsibilities.
Panel Discussion: David Shukman, Dieter Helm, David King, George Monbiot, Robert Watson.

Contributors to the Quincentennial Lectures // The Tanner Lecturers
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