Monday, September 17, 2012

September 17, 2012

Analytic Philosophy, Vol. 53, #3, 2012
Erkenntnis, Vol. 77, #2, 2012
Ethics & Global Politics, Vol. 5, #3, 2012
Journal for General Philosophy of Science, Vol. 43, #2, 2012
Law and Philosophy, Vol. 31, #5, 2012
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 161, #1, 2012
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 85,#2, 2012
Political Studies, Vol. 60, #3, 2012
Studia Logica, Vol. 100, #4, 2012

Analytic Philosophy, Vol. 53, #3, 2012
Jamie Dreier.  Quasi-realism and the problem of unexplained coincidence.
Book Symposium
Jonathan Cohen.  Precis of The Red and the Real: An Essay on Color Ontology.
Michael Tye.  Cohen on color relationism.
Andy Egan.  Comments on Jonathan Cohen’s The Red and the Real.
Jonathan Cohen.  Redder and Realer: Responses to Egan and Tye.
Back to top

Erkenntnis, Vol. 77, #2, 2012
Campbell Brown.  The utility of knowledge.
Patrick Allo and Edwin Mares.  Informational semantics as a third alternative?
Sanford Goldberg. A reliabilist foundationalist coherentism.
Darrell P. Rowbottom.  Identification in games: Changing places.
Michael A. Trestman.  Implicit and explicit goal-directedness.
Gregor Betz.  On degrees of justification.
Linton Wang and Wei-Fen Ma.  Scientific knowledge and extended epistemic virtues.
Back to top

Ethics & Global Politics, Vol. 5, #3, 2012
David Owen. Constituting the polity, constituting the demos: on the place of the all affected interests principle in democratic theory and in resolving the democratic boundary problem.
Kudzai Matereke. Rethinking receptivity in a postcolonial context: recasting Sembène’s Moolaade.
Fred Dallmayr. Cosmopolitanism: in search of cosmos.
Back to top

Journal for General Philosophy of Science, Vol. 43, #2, 2012
Helmut Pulte and Gregor Schiemann.  Editorial: Country reports on philosophy of science.
Jacob Busch.  The indispensability argument for mathematical realism and scientific realism.
Xavier de Donato Rodriguez and Alfonso Arroyo Santos.  The structure of idealization in biological theories: The case of the Wright-Fisher model.
Igor Hanzel.  Causation, principle of common cause and theoretical explanation: Wesley C. Salmon and G.W.F. Hegel.
Vassilios Karakostas.  Realism and objectivism in quantum mechanics.
Anguel Stefanov.  Theoretical models as representations.
Florian F. Schiller.  Why Bayesians needn’t be afraid of observing many non-black non-ravens.
Hans Radder.  What prospects for a general philosophy of science?
Stathis Psillos.  What is general philosophy of science?
Hans-Jorg Rheinberger.  A plea for a historical epistemology of research.
Steve Fuller.  The art of being human: A project for general philosophy of science.
Alan Musgrave.  Deductivism surpassed: or, foxing in its margins?
Julie Zahle and Finn Collin.  Conference on the philosophy of the social sciences 2011.
Friedrich Stadler, Unter Mitarbeit von Nicole Rossmanith, and Christoph Limbeck-Lilienau.  Wissenschaftstheorie in Osterreich seit den 1990er Jahren im internationalen Vergleich: Eine Bestandsaufnahme.
Book Reviews
Mauricio Suarez.  Fictions in Science: Philosophical Essays on Modeling and Idealization.  Review by Jordi Cat.
D. Hull and M. Ruse.  The Cambridge Companion to the Philosophy of Biology.  M. Matthen and C. Stephens.  Philosophy of Biology.  S. Sarkar and A. Plutynski.  A Companion to the Philosophy of Biology.  M. Ruse.  The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Biology.  F.J. Ayala and R. Arp.  Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Biology.  Review by Maria Kronfeldner.  Seeds of change: A comparative review of five new collections in the philosophy of biology.
Friedrich Stadler.  Vertreibung, Transformation und Ruckkehr der Wissenschaftstheorie.
Back to top

Law and Philosophy, Vol. 31, #5, 2012

Neil Levy.  Skepticism and sanction: the benefits of rejecting moral responsibility.
Joel Anderson and Rutger Claassen.  Sailing alone: Teenage autonomy and regimes of childhood.
Re’em Segev.  Justification under uncertainty.
Bas van der Vossen.  The asymmetry of legitimacy.
Keith Culver and Michael Giudice.  Legality’s Borders: An Essay in General Jurisprudence.  Review by D.M. Patterson.
Michael S. Moore.  Causation and Responsibility: An Essay in Law, Morals, and Metaphysics.  Review by Roger Shiner.
Back to top

Ned Dobos, Insurrection and Intervention: The Two Faces of Sovereignty. Reviewed by Daniel Viehof.
Ray Jackendoff, A User's Guide to Thought and Meaning. Reviewed by Tadeusz Zawidzki.
Anthony Simon Laden, Reasoning: A Social Picture. Reviewed by Titus Stahl.
Michael P. Lynch, In Praise of Reason. Reviewed by Dennis Whitcomb.
Andrew J. Pierce, Collective Identity, Oppression, and the Right to Self-Ascription. Reviewed by Andrew F. Smith
Anthony Quinton, Of Men and Manners, Anthony Kenny (ed.), Reviewed by Alexander Klein.
Back to top

Philosophical Studies, Vol. 161, #1, 2012
Special Issue : The Philosophy of Keith Lehrer Guest Editors: Martina Fürst and Guido Melchior
Introduction. Martina Fürst and Guido Melchior.
Marian David. Lehrer on trustworthiness and acceptance.
Pascal Engel. Trust and the doxastic family.
Hannah Tierney and Nicholas D. Smith. Keith Lehrer on the basing relation.
Glenn Ross. Reconsidering the lessons of the lottery for knowledge and belief.
Guido Melchior. Skepticism: Lehrer versus Mooreanism.
Nenad Miščević. Learning about wisdom from Lehrer.
Kristin Borgwald. Women’s anger, epistemic personhood, and self-respect: an application of Lehrer’s work on self-trust.
Danilo Šuster. Lehrer and the consequence argument.
Anita Konzelmann Ziv. Institutional virtue: how consensus matters.
Adrienne Lehrer. A theory of meaning.
Alfred Schramm. Some comments on Lehrer semantics.
Johann C. Marek. Exemplarization and self-presentation: Lehrer and Meinong on consciousness.
Leopold Stubenberg. Lehrer on consciousness.
Martina Fürst. Exemplarization: a solution to the problem of consciousness?
Joseph Thomas Tolliver. Tales of the ineffable: crafting concepts in aesthetic experience.
Keith Lehrer. Cognition, consensus and consciousness: my replies.
Back to top

Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 85,#2, 2012
Sarah Moss. Updating as Communication.
Nathan L. King. Disagreement: What’s the Problem? or A Good Peer is Hard to Find.
Declan Smithies. Moore’s Paradox and the Accessibility of Justification.
Eric Swanson. Conditional Excluded Middle without the Limit Assumption.
Stephen Kearns and Ofra Magidor. Semantic Sovereignty.
Andrew M. Bailey. Incompatibilism and the Past.
Bradford Skow. ‘‘One Second Per Second.’’
Ben Bradley. Doing Away with Harm.
Ben Blumson. Mental Maps.
Review Essay
Richard Gale. Review of Robert B. Talisse, A Pragmatist Philosophy of Democracy.
Book Symposium : Knowledge in an Uncertain World.
Jeremy Fantl and Matthew Mcgrath. Précis of Knowledge in an Uncertain World.
Stewart Cohen. Does Practical Rationality Constrain Epistemic Rationality?
Ram Neta. The Case Against
Baron Reed. Resisting Encroachment.
Jeremy Fantl and Matthew Mcgrath. Replies to Cohen, Neta and Reed.
Recent Publications
Back to top

Political Studies, Vol. 60, #3, 2012
John Curtice and Oliver Heath.  Does choice deliver? Public satisfaction with the health service.
Nick Robinson.  Videogames, persuasion and the war on terror: Escaping or embedding the military-entertainment complex?
Wendy Martineau and Judith Squires.  Addressing the ‘dismal disconnection’: Normative theory, empirical inquiry, and dialogic research.
Robert Jubb and A. Faik Kurtulmus.  No country for honest men: Political philosophers and real politics.
Patrick Bernhagen.  Who gets what in British politics – and how? An analysis of media reports on lobbying around government policies.
Jon Tonge, Andrew Mycock, and Bob Jeffrey.  Does citizenship education make young people better-engaged citizens?
Hank Johnston and Eitan Y. Alimi.  Primary frameworks, keying and the dynamics of contentious politics: The islamization of the Chechen and Palestinian national movements.
Eric Montpetit.  Does holding beliefs with conviction prevent policy actors from adopting a compromising attitude?
Albert Weale, Aude Bicquelet and Judith Bara.  Debating abortion, deliberative reciprocity and parliamentary advocacy.
Marco Grasso.  Sharing the emission budget.
Eric Roark.  Applying Locke’s proviso to unappropriated natural resources.
Robin Douglass.  Montesquieu and modern republicanism.
Martin B. Carstensen.  The relevance of an incremental approach to ideational change: A rejoinder to Liam Stanley.
Back to top

Studia Logica, Vol. 100, #4, 2012
Joachim Lambek.  Logic and grammar.
Lawrence S. Moss.  The soundness of internalized polarity marking.
Thomas F. Icard III.  Inclusion and exclusion in natural language.
Scott Martin and Carl Pollard.  A higher-order theory of presupposition.
Koji Mineshima, Mitsuhiro Okada and Ryo Takemura.  A generalized syllogistic inference system based on inclusion and exclusion relations.
Camilo Thorne and Diego Calvanese.  Tractability and intractability of controlled languages for data access.
Bartosz Wieckowski.  A constructive type-theoretical formalism for the interpretation of subatomically sensitive natural language constructions.
Pablo Cobreros, Paul Egre, David Ripley, and Robert van Rooij.  Tolerance and mixed consequence in the s’valuationist setting.
Chris Fox.  Imperatives: a judgemental analysis.
Back to top

No comments: