Monday, October 15, 2012

October 15, 2012

British Journal of Aesthetics, Vol. 52, #4, 2012
International Security, Vol. 37, #1, 2012
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 110, #3, 2012
Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 50, #3, 2012
Metaphilosophy, Vol. 43, #5, 2012
Perspectives on Science, Vol. 20, #3, 2012
Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 4, 2012
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 161, #2, 2012
Review of Philosophy and Psychology, Vol. 3, #3, 2012
Synthese, Vol. 188, #1, 2012
Synthese, Vol. 188, #2, 2012
Women Philosophers’ Journal, Issue #1, November 2011

British Journal of Aesthetics, Vol. 52, #4, 2012

Special Issue: Art and the Senses
M.G.F. Martin.  Sounds and images.
Bence Nanay.  The multimodal experience of art.
Carolyn Korsmeyer.  Touch and the experience of the genuine.
Nick Zangwill.  Listening to music together.
Jerome Dokic.  Pictures in the flesh: Presence and appearance in pictorial experience.
Larry M. Jrogensen.  Descartes on music: Between the ancients and the aestheticians.
Book Reviews
Peter Gillgren.  Siting Federico Barocci and the Renaissance Aesthetic.  Review by Ian Verstegen.
Thierry Lenain.  Art Forgery: The History of a Modern Obsession.  Review by Darren Hudson Hick.
Matthew Nudds and Casey O’Callaghan.  Sounds and Perception: New Philosophical Essays.  Review by Anthony Gritten.
Amy Coplan and Peter Goldie.  Empathy: Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives.  Review by Eva-Maria Engelen.
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International Security, Vol. 37, #1, 2012
Stephen Biddle, Jeffrey A. Friedman, and Jacob N. Shapiro.  Testing the surge: Why did violence decline in Iraq in 2007?
Robert A. Pape.  When duty calls: A pragmatic standard of humanitarian intervention.
John Mueller and Mark G. Stewart.  The terrorism delusion: America’s overwrought response to September 11.
Strategic and Social Sources of South Asian Insurgencies
S. Paul Kapur and Sumit Ganguly.  The Jihad paradox: Pakistan and Islamist militancy in South Asia.
Paul Staniland.  Organizing insurgency: Networks, resources, and rebellion in South Asia.
Ulrich Krotz, Richard Maher, David M. McCourt, Andrew Glencross, Norrin M. Ripsman, Mark S. Sheetz, Jean-Yves Haine, and Sebastian Rosato.  Correspondence: Debating the sources and prospects of European integration.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 110, #3, 2012
E. Holly Buttner, Kevin B. Lowe, and Lenora Billings-Harris.  An empirical test of diversity climate dimensionality and relative effects on employee of color outcomes.
Elizabeth Prior Jonson, Margaret Lindorff, and Linda McGuire.  Paternalism and the pokies: Unjustified state interference or justifiable intervention?
Haylee Uecker-Mercado and Matthew Walker.  The value of environmental social responsibility to facility managers: Revealing the perceptions and motives for adopting ESR.
Cam Caldwell, Larry A. Floyd, Ryan Atkins, and Russell Holzgrefe.  Ethical duties of organizational citizens: Obligations owed by highly committed employees.
Celine Louche, Daniel Arenas, and Katinka C. van Cranenburgh.  From preaching to investing: Attitudes of religious organizations towards responsible investment.
Craig V. VanSandt and Mukesh Sud.  Poverty alleviation through partnerships: A road less travelled for business, governments, and entrepreneurs.
Robert A. Giacalone, Carole L. Jurkiewicz, and Stephen B. Knouse.  The ethical aftermath of a values revolution: Theoretical bases of change, recalibration, and principalization.
Antonio Tencati and Laszlo Zsolnai.  Collaborative enterprise and sustainability: The case of slow food.
Jeffrey A. Roberts and David M. Wasieleski.  Moral reasoning in computer-based task environments: Exploring the interplay between cognitive and technological factors on individuals’ propensity to break rules.
Kristen Bell DeTienne, Bradley R. Agle, James C. Phillips, and Marc-Charles Ingerson.  The impact of moral stress compared to other stressors on employee fatigue, job satisfaction, and turnover: An empirical investigation.
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Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 50, #3, 2012
Amitabh Chandra and Jonathan Skinner.  Technology growth and expenditure growth in health care.
Frederic Docquier and Hillel Rapoport.  Globalization, brain drain, and development.
Eric Zitzewitz.  Forensic economics.
Forum: Two Views of the Mirrlees Review on Tax Policy in Great Britain
Anthony B. Atkinson.  The Mirrlees Review and the state of public economics.
Martin Feldstein.  The Mirrlees Review.
Book Reviews
Jan K. Brueckner.  Lectures on Urban Economics.  Review by Edwin S. Mills.
Robert H. Frank.  The Darwin Economy. Review by Ted Bergstrom.
David C. Rose.  The Moral Foundation of Economic Behavior.  Review by Janice Boucher Breuer.
Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis.  A Cooperative Species: Human Reciprocity and Its Evolution.  Review by Matthijs van Veelen.
Carol Graham.  The Pursuit of Happiness: An Economy of Well-Being.  Review by Andrew Clark.
Assaf razin, Efraim Sadka, and Benjarong Suwankiri.  Migration and the Welfare State: Political-Economy Policy Formation.  Review by Sharun W. Mukand.
Edward N. Wolff.  The Transformation of the American Pension System.  Review by John A. Turner.
Peter S. Morrell.  Moving Boxes by Air: The Economics of International Air Cargo.  Review by David Hummels.
Stanley L. Engerman and Kenneth L. Sokoloff.  Economic development in the Americas since 1500: Endowments and institutions.  Review by Jeffrey G. Williamson.
Marc Levinson.  The Great A&P and the Struggle for Small Business in America.  Review by Shane Hamilton.
Robert A. McGuire and Philip R.P. Coelho.  Parasites, Pathogens, and Progress: Diseases and Economic Development.  Review by David N. Weil.
Rakesh Mohan.  Growth with Financial Stability: Central Banking in an Emerging Market.  Review by Ashoka Mody.
Gregory C. Chow.  Interpreting China’s Economy.  Review by Zhigang Tao.
Robert J. Flanagan.  The Perilous Life of Symphony Orchestras: Artistic Triumphs and Economic Challenges.  Review by Joshua Rosett.
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Metaphilosophy, Vol. 43, #5, 2012
Elizabeth Baeten.  Another defense of naturalized ethics.
Nathan Sinclair.  A dogma of naturalism.
Bob Plant.  Philosophical diversity and disagreement.
Jeremy Barris.  The convergent conceptions of being in mainstream analytic and postmodern continental philosophy.
Matthew Cashen.  Happiness, Eudaimonia, and the principle of descriptive adequacy.
J.M. Fritzman and Kristin Parvizian.  The extended mind rehabilitates the metaphysical Hegel.
Juho Ritola.  Critical thinking is epistemically responsible.
S. Glenn.  Experience and reason in Einstein’s epistemology.
The Philosopher as Teacher
John W. Powell.  To what extent can definitions help our understanding?  What Plato might have said in his cups.
Book Reviews
Pauline Kleingeld.  Kant and Cosmopolitanism: The Philosophical Ideal of World Citizenship.  Review by Reidar Maliks.
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Aaron James, Fairness in Practice: A Social Contract for a Global Economy. Reviewed by Gabriel Wollner.
Christel Fricke and Dagfinn Føllesdal (eds.), Intersubjectivity and Objectivity in Adam Smith and Edmund Husserl: A Collection of Essays. Reviewed by David Woodruff Smith.
Frank Jackson, Language, Names, and Information. Reviewed by Manuel Campos.
Themistius, On Aristotle Physics 1-3, Robert B. Todd (tr.) Reviewed by Andrea Falcon.
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Perspectives on Science, Vol. 20, #3, 2012
Ingemar Bohlin.  Formalizing syntheses of medical knowledge: The rise of meta-analysis and systematic reviews.
Discussion: Philosophy of Science after Feminism
John Dupre.  Comments on Philosophy of Science after Feminism, by Janet Lourany.
Kristina Rolin.  A feminist approach to values in science.
Miriam Solomon.  Socially responsible science and the unity of values.
Ronald N. Giere.  A new program for the philosophy of science?
Janet A. Kourany.  The ideal of socially responsible science: Reply to Dupre, Rolin, Solomon, and Giere.
Review Essays
N.M. Swerdlow.  Copernicus and astrology, with an appendix of translations of primary sources.
J.L. Heilbron.  Robert Westman on Galileo and related matters.
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Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 4, 2012
(not available online)
Yuval Avnur.  In defense of secular belief.
Daniel Bonevac.  Two theories of analogical predication.
William Lane Craig.  Nominalism and divine aseity.
Neal Judisch.  Meticulous providence and gratuitous evil.
Shieva Kleinschmidt.  Many-one identity and the trinity.
Christian Miller.  Atheism and theistic belief.
Paul K. Moser.  God, flux, and the epistemology of Agape struggle.
Duncan Pritchard.  Wittgensteinian quasi-fideism.
Meghan Sullivan.  Semantics for blasphemy.
Dennis Whitcomb.  Grounding and omniscience.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 161, #2, 2012
Magdalena Barlcerak Jackson and Brendan Balcerak Jackson.  Understanding and philosophical methodology.
Manuel Garcia-Carpintero.  Minimalism on quotation? Critical review of Cappelen and Lepore’s Language Turned on Itself.
Adam Feltz and Edward T. Cokely.  The philosophical personality argument.
David Harker.  A surprise for Horwich (and some advocates of the fine-tuning argument (which does not include Horwich (as far as I know))).
Philip Atkins and Tim Lewis.  Unanswerable questions for everyone: Reply to Inan.
Adam Sennet.  Semantic plasticity and epistemicism.
Lewis Powell.  How to refrain from answering Kripke’s puzzle.
Judith K. Crane.  Biological-mereological coincidence.
Sarah K. Paul.  How we know what we intend.
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Review of Philosophy and Psychology, Vol. 3, #3, 2012
Consciousness and Moral Cognition, Guest Editors: Mark Phelan and Adam Waytz
Mark Phelan and Adam Waytz.  The moral cognition/consciousness connection.
Justin Sytsma and Edouard Machery.  The two sources of moral standing.
Liane Young, Alek Chakroff, and Jessica Tom.  Doing good leads to more good: The reinforcing power of a moral self-concept.
Adam Feltz and Edward T. Cokely.  The virtues of ignorance.
Eric Mandelbaum and David Ripley.  Explaining the abstract/concrete paradoxes in moral psychology: The NBAR hypothesis.
Ida Hallgren.  Seenig agents when we need to, attributing experience when we feel like it.
Anthony I. Jack and Philip Robbins.  The phenomenal stance revisited.
Kurt Gray and Chelsea Schein.  Two minds vs. two philosophies: Mind perception defines morality and dissolves the debate between deontology and utilitarianism.
Adam J. Arico.  Breaking out of moral typecasting.
Deena Skolnick Weisberg and Alan M. Leslie.  The role of victims’ emotions in preschoolers’ moral judgments.
Brent Strickland and Aysu Suben.  Experimenter philosophy: The problem of experimenter bias in experimental philosophy.
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Synthese, Vol. 188, #1, 2012
Branching-Time and Indeterminacy
Nuel Belnap.  Newtonian determinism to branching space-times indeterminism in two moves.
Tomasz Placek.  On individuals in branching histories.
Thomas Muller.  Branching in the landscape of possibilities.
Alastair Wilson.  Everettian quantum mechanics without branching time.
Matt Farr.  On A- and B-theoretic elements of branching spacetimes.
Alex Malpass and Jacek Wawer.  A future for the thin red line.
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Synthese, Vol. 188, #2, 2012
Topics in Contemporary Epistemology, Guest editors: Claudio Almeida and Stephen Hetherington
Matthias Steup.  Belief control and intentionality.
Anthony Brueckner and Alex Bundy.  On “epistemic permissiveness.”
Fred Adams, John A. Barker, and Julia Figurelli.  Towards closure on closure.
Claudio de Almeida.  Epistemic closure, skepticism and defeasibility.
Stephen Hetherington.  The gettier-illusion: gettier-partialism and infallibilism.
John N. Williams.  Moore-paradoxical belief, conscious belief, and epistemic Ramsey test.
Jonathan E. Adler.  Contextualism and fallibility: Pragmatic encroachment, possibility, and strength of epistemic position.
Baron Reed.  Knowledge, doubt, and circularity.
Heather Battaly.  Sosa’s Reflective Knowledge: How damaging is epistemic circularity?
Ernest Sosa.  On Reflective Knowledge: Replies to Battaly and Reed.
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Women Philosophers’ Journal, Issue #1, November 2011
Squaring the Circle

Barbara Cassin, Francoise Balibar, and Francoise Collin.  Squaring the circle.
Sex Blind and Gender Aware
What Men Philosophers Think of Women Philosophers
Souleymane Bachir Diagne.  What I have learned from my philosopher sisters about philosophy.
Ali Benmarkhlouf.  Who is man, who is woman?  Certainty without criteria.
What Women Philosophers Think of Men Philosophers
Barbara Cassin.  Genres and genders: Woman/philosophy: Identity as strategy.
Francoise Collin.  A women philosophers’ journal?
Irma Julienne Angue Medoux.  What might women philosophers think about what men think, whether philosophers or not?  A politically incorrect view.
Brigitte Sitbon-Peillon.  Philosopher-queens.
Monique David-Menard.  The universality of thought is an outcome; men believe it to be a principle.
To Speak about Different Things, We Must Speak Differently
Justine Yoman Bindedou.  Demand for a political identity for women: Challenging domestication.
Helene Xilakis.  Abstraction: the defect of human rights?
Francesca Brezzi.  Philosophy as intercultural factor.
Giulia Sissa.  A woman, a style of thinking.  The craft of Nicole Loraux.
Alexandra Ahouandjinou.  The obstacle and positive resistance to the obstacle.
Susan Villavicencio.  Political correctness and the independence of Latin American countries.
Emilienne Baneth.  Who is speaking and where from?  The space between ‘no woman’s land’ and political correctness.
Author and Book Reviews
Mara Montanaro.  Performativity and vulnerability in the work of Judith Butler.
Marie Garrau.  Review of Carol Gilligan, in a different voice.
Sandra Laugier.  Ethics of care: Gender subversion.
Francoise Balibar.  Is the word ‘feminism’ still philosophically meaningful?  Concerning the work of Donna Haraway.
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