Thursday, September 13, 2012

September 13, 2012

Acta Analytica, Vol. 27, #3, 2012
Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 42, #1, 2012
Nanoethics, Vol. 6, #2, 2012
Nursing Philosophy, Vol. 13, #4, 2012
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, Vol. 42, 2012
Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 62, #249, 2012
Philosophy and Public Affairs, Vol. 40, #2, 2012
Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 5, #3, 2012
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 160, #3, 2012
Politics, Vol. 32, #3, 2012
Southern Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 50, #3, 2012
Utilitas, Vol. 24, #3, 2012

Acta Analytica, Vol. 27, #3, 2012
Michael Esfeld, Christian Sachse, and Patrice Soom. Marrying the merits of Nagelian reduction and functional reduction.
Jeff Engelhardt.  Varieties of multiple antecedent cause.
Vassilios Livanios.  Exploring the metaphysics of nomic relations.
Stefan Dragulinescu.  On anti-humeanism and medical singular causation.
Matteo Morganti.  Sellarsian particulars.
Steven Bland.  Schlick, conventionalism, and scientific revolutions.
Eric Yang.  Defending direct source incompatibilism.
Review Paper
Charles Hermes and Joe Campbell.  More trouble for direct source incomptaibilism: Reply to Yang.
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Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 42, #1, 2012 (not yet online)
Duncan Maclean.  Armstrong and Van Fraassen on probabilistic laws of nature.
Greg Littmann.  Dialetheism and the graphic liar.
Adam Sennet.  Context, compositionality and amity: A response to Rett.
J.P. Smit.  Why bare demonstratives need not semantically refer.
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Nanoethics, Vol. 6, #2, 2012
Stephen H. Cutcliffe, Christine M. Pense, and Michael Zvalaren.  Framing the discussion: Nanotechnology and the social construction of technology – What STS scholars are saying.
Szczepan Lemanczyk.  Between national pride and the scientific success of “others”: The case of Polish press coverage of nanotechnology, 2004-2009.
Soraj Hongladarom.  Editorial: “Nanoethics in the Asian context.”
Mehdi Rahimpour, Mahmoud Rahimpour, Hosna Gomari, Elham Shirvani, and Amin Niroumanesh, et al.  Public perceptions of nanotechnology: A survey in the mega cities of Iran.
Gregor Wolbring and Natalie Ball.  Nanoscale science and technology and people with disabilities in Asia: An ability expectation analysis.
Sally Dalton-Brown.  Global ethics and nanotechnology: A comparison of the nanoethics environments of the EU and China.
Book Review
Donald Maclurcan.  Nanotechnology and Global Equity.  Review by Layne Hartsell.
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Nursing Philosophy, Vol. 13, #4, 2012
Derek Sellman.  Catching up with the digital evolution.
Charlotte Delmar.  The excesses of care: A matter of understanding the asymmetry of power.
Martin Lipscomb.  Abductive reasoning and qualitative research.
Ann-Christin Karlsson, Margaretha Ekebergh, Annika Larsson Mauleon, and Sofia Almerud Osterberg.  Only a whisper away.  A philosophical view of the awake patient’s situation during regional anaesthetics and surgery.
Stephen Holland.  Furthering the skeptical case against virtue ethics in nursing ethics.
Jennifer Lapum, Suzanne Fredericks, Heather Beanlands, Elizabeth McCay, Jasna Schwind, and Daria Romaniuk.  A cyborg ontology in health care: traversing into the liminal space between technology and person-centered practice.
Stuart J. Murray.  Phenomenology, ethics, and the crisis of the lived-body.
Cristina Monforte-Royo and MaVictoria Roque.  The organ donation process: A humanist perspective based on the experience of nursing care.
Book Review
Alice Ware Davidson, Marilyn A. Ray, and Marian C. Turkel.  Nursing, Caring, and Complexity Science – For Human-Environment Well-being.  Review by Sarah Fogarty.
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Dan Arnold, Brains, Buddhas, and Believing: The Problem of Intentionality in Classical Buddhist and Cognitive-Scientific Philosophy of Mind. Reviewed by Charles Goodman.
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Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, Vol. 42, 2012 (not available online)
Matthew Evans: Lessons from Euthyphro I0A-II B.
James Doyle: Socratic Methods.
Suzanne Obdrzalek: Contemplation and Self-Mastery in Plato's Phaedrus.
Karel Thein. Imagination, Self-Awareness, and Modal Thought at Philebus 39-40.
Timothy Clarke. The Argument from Relatives.
Jacob Rosen and Marko Malink. A Method of Modal Proof in Aristotle.
Zena Hitz. Aristotle on Law and Moral Education.
Sean McConnell. Cicero and Dicaerchus.
Jaap Mansfeld. Will and Free Will in Antiquity: A Discussion of Michael Frede, A Free Will.
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Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 62, #249, 2012 2012 
Matthew S. Bedke.  The ought-is gap: Trouble for hybrid semantics.
Einar Duenger Bohn.  Anselmian theism and indefinitely extensible perfection.
Richard Yetter Chappell.  Fittingness: The sole normative primitive.
Andrew Huddleston.  In defense of artistic value.
Jennifer Smalligan Marusic.  Refuting the whole system?  Hume’s attack on popular religion in The Natural History of Religion.
Brendan O’Sullivan and Robert Schroer.  Painful reasons: Representationalism as a theory of pain.
Mikael Pettersson.  Shot in the dark: Notes on photography, causality, and content.
Elizabeth S. Radcliffe.  Reasons from the humean perspective.
Grant Reaber.  Rational feedback.
Roy Sorensen.  Lying with conditionals.
Benjamin Vilhauer.  Taking free will skepticism seriously.
Critical Study
Stefano Caputo.  Three dilemmas for alethic functionalism.
Book Reviews
Owen Flanagan.  The Bodhisattva’s Brain: Buddhism Naturalized.  Review by Graham George Priest.
Katherine Thomson-Jones.  Aesthetics and Film.  Review by Jennifer A. McMahon.
G.A. Cohen.  On the Currency of Egalitarian Justice.  Review by Joyce L. Jenkins.
Barry Stroud.  Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays.  Review by Michael Rush.
Troy Jollimore. Love’s Vision.  Review by Irene McMullin.
G.E.M. ANscombe.  From Plato to Wittgenstein: Essays.  Review by Roger Teichmann.
Jeffrey C. King.  The Nature and Structure of Content.  Review by Nicholas Unwin.
Justin Broackes.  Iris Murdoch, Philosopher.  Review by Kieran Setiya.
David Fisher.  Morality and War: Can War Be Just in the Twenty-First Century?  Review by C.L. Ten.
Barry Stroud.  Engagement and Metaphysical Dissatisfaction.  Review by Matthew Parrott.
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Philosophy and Public Affairs, Vol. 40, #2, 2012
Andrea Sangiovanni.  The irrelevance of coercion, imposition, and framing to distributive justice.
Waheed Hussain.  Is ethical consumerism an impermissible form of vigilantism?
Lucas Stanczyk. Productive justice.
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Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 5, #3, 2012
Stewart Shapiro.  An “i” for an i: Singular terms, uniqueness, and reference.
Joel David Hamkins.  The set-theoretic multiverse.
Neil Tennant.  Cut for core logic.
Haim Gaifman.  On ontology and realism in mathematics.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 160, #3, 2012
Dustin Locke.  Quidditism without quiddities.
Michael Caie.  Vagueness and semantic indiscriminability.
Stephen Kearns.  Aborting the zygote argument.
Aidan McGlynn.  Interpretation and knowledge maximization.
Francesco Orilia.  Dynamic events and presentism.
Ralf M. Bader.  Supervenience and infinitary property-forming operations.
Conor McHugh.  Belief and aims.
Book Symposium
Mark Richard.  Precis of When Truth Gives Out.
John MacFarlane.  Richard on truth and commitment.
Kevin Scharp and Stewart Shapiro.  On Richard’s When Truth Gives Out.
Crispin Wright.  The pain of rejection, the sweetness of revenge.
Mark Richard.  Reply to MacFarlane, Scharp, Shapiro, and Wright.
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Politics, Vol. 32, #3, 2012
Stephen Bates, Laura Jenkins, and Zoe Pflaeger.  Women in the profession: the composition of UK political science departments by sex.
Matteo Bonotti.  Partisanship and political obligation.
Yong-Soo Eun. Rethinking logic of inference and explanation in the field of international relations.
Diego Garzia.  Party and leader effects in parliamentary elections: Towards a reassessment.
Patti Tamara Lenard.  The reports of multiculturalism’s death are greatly exaggerated.
Christopher Macleod.  An alternative approach to the harm of genocide.
Richard Reed.  Research ulster loyalism: The methodological challenges of the divisive and sensitive subject.
Daniel Stockemer and Rodrigo Praino.  The incumbency advantage in the US Congress: A roller-coaster relationship.
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Southern Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 50, #3, 2012
Peter MacHamer, J.E. McGuire, and Hylarie Kochiras.  Newton and the mechanical philosophy: Gravitation as the balance of the heavens.
Mary Domski.  Newton and Proclus: Geometry, imagination, and knowing space.
Andrew Janiak.  Newton and Descartes: Theology and natural philosophy.
Eric Schliesser.  Newton and Spinoza: On motion and matter (and God, of course).
Marius Stan.  Newton and Wolff: The Leibinizian reaction to the Principia, 1716-1763.
Michael Friedman.  Newton and Kant: Quantity of matter in the Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science.
Janet Folina.  Newton and Hamilton: In Defense of Truth in Algebra.
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Utilitas, Vol. 24, #3, 2012
Andrew Williams.  The priority view bites the dust?
Martin O’Neill.  Priority, preference, and value.
Thomas Porter.  In defence of the priority view.
Michael Otsuka.  Prioritarianism and the separateness of persons.
Alex Voorhoeve and Marc Fleurbaey.  Egalitarianism and the separateness of persons.
Derek Parfit.  Another defence of the priority view.
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