Tuesday, October 23, 2012

October 23, 2012

Law and Critique, Vol. 23, #3, 2012
Linguistics and Philosophy, Vol. 35, #3, 2012
Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, Vol. 153, #3, 2012
Philosophy Compass, Vol. 7, #11, 2012
Philosophy of Science, Vol. 79, #4, 2012
Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (Hardback), Vol. 112, Issue 2, pt. 2, 2012
Review of Development Economics, Vol. 16, #4, 2012
Social Epistemology, Vol. 26, #2, 2012
Studia Logica, Vol. 100, #5, 2012
Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, Vol. 43, #3, 2012
Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Vol. 43, #3, 2012
Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 43, #3, 2012
Synthese, Vol. 188, #3, 2012

Law and Critique, Vol. 23, #3, 2012
Special Issue: Theory Engaged: Perspectives of Discontent
Angus McDonald.  Nocturnal games in the streets.
Lucy Finchett-Maddock.  Seeing red: Entropy, property, and resistance in the summer riots of 2011.
Illan Rua Wall.  Tunisia and the critical legal theory of dissensus.
Daniel Matthews.  The question of political responsibility and the foundation of the national transitional council for Libya.
Oscar Guardiola-Rivera.  A jurisprudence of indignation.
Dimitrios Tzanakopoulos.  From choice to necessity: Putting politics in command.
Tara Mulqueen and Anastasia Tataryn.  Don’t occupy this movement: Thinking law in social movements.
Akis Gavriilidis and Sofia Lalopoulou.  Chaos: Our own ‘gun on the(ir) table.’
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Linguistics and Philosophy, Vol. 35, #3, 2012
Sivan Sabato and Yoad Winter.  Relational domains and the interpretation of reciprocals.
Eric McCready.  Emotive equilibria.
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Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, Vol. 153, #3, 2012
Alexandru Dimca and Gabriel Sticlaru.  Chebyshev curves, free resolutions and rational curve arrangements.
Javier J. Gutierrez.  Cellularization of structures in stable homotopy categories.
Pierre Le Boudec.  Manin’s conjecture for a cubic surface with 2A2+A1 singularity type.
A.Bahri, M. Bendersky, F.R. Cohen, and S. Gitler.  Cup-products for the polyhedral product functor.
Thomas Ward.  Congruences for convolutions of Hilbert modular forms.
Jose Bonet and Pawel Domanski.  Hypercyclic composition operators on spaces of real analytic functions.
Paul F.X. Muller.  Two remarks on primary spaces.
Michael A. Bennett, Yann Bugeaud, and Maurice Mignotte.  Perfect powers with few binary digits and related Diophantine problems, II.
Fernanda Camargo, Antonio Caminha, Henrique de Lima, and Ulisses Parente.  Generalized maximum principles and the rigidity of complete spacelike hypersurfaces.
Karl H. Hofmann and Francesco G. Russo.  The probability that x and y commute in a compact group.
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Francesco Ademollo, The Cratylus of Plato: A Commentary. Reviewed by Christine J. Thomas.
Corey Brettschneider, When the State Speaks, What Should It Say?: How Democracies Can Protect Expression and Promote Equality. Reviewed by Virginia Held.
Fred Dallmayr, Return to Nature? An Ecological Counterhistory. Reviewed by Lenny Moss.
Steven French and Juha Saatsi (eds.), The Continuum Companion to the Philosophy of Science. Reviewed by Alisa Bokulich.
Juan Manuel Garrido, On Time, Being, and Hunger: Challenging the Traditional Way of Thinking Life. Reviewed by Eduardo Mendieta.   http://ndpr.nd.edu/news/34309-on-time-being-and-hunger-challenging-the-traditional-way-of-thinking-life/
A.A. Rini and M.J. Cresswell, The World-Time Parallel: Tense and Modality in Logic and Metaphysics. Reviewed by David Ripley.
Richard Schantz and Markus Seidel (eds.), The Problem of Relativism in the Sociology of (Scientific) Knowledge. Reviewed by João Arriscado Nunes,
Nicholas Southwood, Contractualism and the Foundations of Morality. Reviewed by Kevin Vallie.
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Philosophy Compass, Vol. 7, #11, 2012
Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art
Carolyn Korsmeyer.  Disgust and aesthetics.
Mavis Louise Biss.  Arendt and the theological significance of natality.
History of Philosophy
Susanne Sreedhar.  Hobbes on ‘the woman question.’
Matthew J. Kisner.  Spinoza’s liberalism.
Anna-Sofia Maurin.  Bradley’s regress.
Philosophy of Religion
Ioanna-Maria Patsalidou.  Universalism and the problem of hell.
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Philosophy of Science, Vol. 79, #4, 2012
William Goodwin.  Experiments and theory in the preparative sciences.
Melinda Bonnie Fagan.  The joint account of mechanistic explanation.
Ilho Park.  Rescuing reflection.
Edouard Machery.  Dissociations in neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience.
Daniel M. Hausman.  Health, naturalism, and functional efficiency.
Peter M. Ainsworth.  The Gibbs paradox and the definition of entropy in statistical mechanics.
Arthur Paul Pedersen and Clark Glymour.  What language dependence problem? A reply for Joyce to Fitelson on Joyce.
Essays Reviews
David Malament.  Topics in the foundations of general relativity and Newtonian gravitation theory.  Review by John Byron Manchak.
Wolfgang Spohn.  The laws of belief.  Review by Franz Huber.
Book Review
Peter Godfrey-Smith.  Darwinian Populations and Natural Selection.  Review by Cailin O’Connor.
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Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (Hardback), Vol. 112, Issue 2, pt. 2, 2012
Seth Yalcin.  VI – Bayesian Expressivism.
Dudley Knowles.  VII – Good Samaritans and good government.
Stacie Friend.  VIII – Fiction as a genre.
Heather Logue.  IX – Why naïve realism?
Fiona Leigh. X – Restless forms and changeless causes.
Discussion Note
Kieran Setiya.  Transparency and inference.
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Review of Development Economics, Vol. 16, #4, 2012
Special Issue: Informality, Illegality and Enforcement. Guest Editors: Ravi Kanbur, Sajal Lahiri, and Jan Svejnar
Ravi Kanbur, Sajal Lahiri, and Jan Svejnar.  Informality, illegality, and enforcement: Introduction.
Timothy McQuade, Stephen Salant, and Jason Winfree.  Regulating an experience good produced in the formal sector of a developing country when consumers cannot identify producers.
Sugata Marjit and Saibal Kar.  Firm heterogeneity, informal wage and good governance.
Rita K. Almeida and Z. Bilgen Suanli.  Firing regulations and firm size in the developing world: Evidence from differential enforcement.
Saul Estrin and Tomasz Mickiewicz.  Shadow economy and entrepreneurial entry.
Melanie Khamis.  Is informal sector work an alternative to workfare benefits?  The case of pre=program expansion and economic crisis.
Debra Ang, Drusilla Brown, Rajeev Dehejia, and Raymond Robertson.  Public disclosure, reputation sensitivity, and labor law compliance: Evidence from Better Factories Cambodia.
Haroon Bhorat, Ravi Kanbur, and Natasha Mayet.  Estimating the causal effect of enforcement on minimum wage compliance: The case of South Africa.
Valeria Perotti.  Contribution evasion and expected survival: Evidence from Bulgaria.
Josef C. Brada, Zdenek Drabek, and M. Fabricio Perez.  The effect of home-country and host-country corruption on foreign direct investment.
Nancy C. Benjamin and Ahmadou Aly Mbaye.  The informal sector, productivity, and enforcement in West Africa: A firm-level analysis.
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Social Epistemology, Vol. 26, #2, 2012
Special Issue: Epistemic Injustice
Wayne Riggs.  Culpability for epistemic injustice: Deontic or aretetic?
Elizabeth Anderson.  Epistemic justice as a virtue of social institutions.
James Bohman.  Domination, epistemic injustice, and Republican epistemology.
James McCollum.  Hermenutical injustice and the social sciences: Development policy and positional objectivity.
Dr. Jose Medina.  Hermeneutical injustice and polyphonic contextualism: Social silences and shared hermeneutical responsibilities.
Gloria Origgi.  Epistemic injustice and epistemic trust.
Karen Jones.  The politics of intellectual self-trust.
Susan Dieleman.  An interview with Miranda Fricker.
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Studia Logica, Vol. 100, #5, 2012
Sven Ove Hansson.  Finite contractions on infinite belief sets.
Piotr Kulicki.  An axiomatisation of a pure calculus of names.
F.A. Muller.  Circular discernment in completely extensive structures and how to avoid such circles generally.
Pavel Naumov.  Independence in information spaces.
Joshua B. Palmatier and Fernando Guzman.  M-Zeroids: Structure and categorical equivalence.
Francois Schwarzentruber.  Complexity results of STIT fragments.
Book Reviews
Giovanni Sommaruga.  Foundational Theories of Classical and Constructive Mathematics.  Review by Julian C. Cole.
TOrben Brauner.  Hybrid Logic and its Proof-Theory.  Review by Melvin Fitting.
Johan van Benthem.  Modal Logic for Open Minds.  Review by Hans van Ditmarsch.
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Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, Vol. 43, #3, 2012
Eileen Reeves.  Science and literature: A novel approach.
Michael Bycroft.  Kuhn’s evolutionary social epistemology.
Special Issue: John Dee and the Sciences
Jennifer M. Rampling.  Editorial: John Dee and the sciences: early modern networks of knowledge.
Nicholas H. Clulee.  John Dee’s ideas and plans for a national research institute.
Stephen Pumfrey.  John Dee: the patronage of a natural philosopher in Tudor England.
Bruno Almeida.  On the origins of Dee’s mathematical programme: The John Dee-Pedro Nunes connection.
Stephen Johnston.  John Dee on geometry: Texts, teaching, and the Euclidean tradition.
Glyn Parry.  Occult philosophy and politics: Why John Dee wrote his Compendious rehearsal in November 1592.
Jean-Marc Mandosio.  Beyond pico della mirandola: John Dee’s ‘formal numbers’ and ‘real cabala.’
Jennifer M. Rampling.  John Dee and the alchemists: Practising and promoting English alchemy in the Holy Roman Empire.
Stephen Clucas.  ‘This paradoxall restitution ludaicall’: the apocalyptic correspondence of John Dee and Roger Edwardes.
Andrew Campbell.  The reception of John Dee’s Monas hieroglyphica in early modern Italy: The case of Paolo Antonio Foscarini. 
Vittoria Feola.  Elias Ashmole’s collections and views about John Dee.
Silke Ackermann and Louise Devoy.  ‘The lord in the smoking mirror’: Objects associated with John Dee in the British Museum.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Vol. 43, #3, 2012
Michel Janssen.  The twins and the bucket: How Einstein made gravity rather than motion relative in general relativity.
Helge Kragh.  The isotope effect: Prediction, discussion, and discovery.
Ari Gross.  Pictures and pedagogy: The role of diagrams in Feynman’s early lectures.
Arianna Borrelli.  The case of the composite Higgs: The model as a “Rosetta stone” in contemporary high-energy physics.
Discussion Articles
Hans C. Ohanian.  A comment on Mermin’s “Understanding Einstein’s 1905 derivation of E=mc2.”
N. David Mermin.  Reply to Ohanian’s comment.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 43, #3, 2012
Special Issue: Centre and Periphery in the Eighteenth-Century Habsburg ‘Medical Empire’
Ilana Lowy.  Defusing the population bomb in the 1950s: Foam tablets in India.
Alessia Pannese.  A gray matter of taste: Sound perception, music cognition, and Baumgarten’s aesthetics.
Edoardo Datteri, Federico Laudisa.  Model testing, prediction, and experimental protocols in neuroscience: A case study.
Leon Antonio Rocha.  The way of sex: Joseph Needham and Jolan Chang.
Roberta L. Millstein.  Darwin’s explanation of races by means of sexual selection.
Sophia Efstathiou.  The Nazi cosmetic: Medicine in the service of beauty.
Joseph Hutton.  Composite paradigms in medicine: Analysing Gillies’ claim of reclassification of disease without paradigm shift in the case of Helicobacter pylori.
Patrice Soom.  Mechanisms, determination and the metaphysics of neuroscience.
Iris Fry.  Is science metaphysically neutral?
Jean-Sebastien Bolduc.  Behavioral ecology’s ethological roots.
Special Section: Centre and Periphery in the Eighteenth-Century Habsburg ‘Medical Empire’
E.C. Spary.  Introduction: Centre and periphery in the eighteenth-century Habsburg ‘medical empire.’
Bruno Atalic.  Differences and similarities in the regulation of medical practice between early modern Vienna and Osijek.
LIlla Krasz. Quackery versus professionalism?  Characters, places, and media of medical knowledge in eighteenth-century Hungary.
Peter J. Braunlein.  The frightening borderlands of Enlightenment: The vampire problem.
Teodora Daniela Sechel.  Medical knowledge and the improvement of vernacular languages in the Habsburg monarchy: A case study from Transylvania.
Anna Maerker.  Florentine anatomical models and the challenge of medical authority in late-eighteenth century Vienna.
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Synthese, Vol. 188, #3, 2012
Peter Ohrstrom and Per F.V. Hasle.  From a logical angle: Some studies in A.N. Prior’s ideas on time, discourse, and metaphysics.
Per F. V. Hasle.  The problem of predestination: as a prelude to A.N. Prior’s tense logic.
Sara L. Uckelman.  Arthur Prior and medieval logic.
Thomas Ploug and Peter Ohrstrom.  Branching time, indeterminism and tense logic: Unveiling the Prior-Kripke letters.
A.N. Prior.  Faith, unbelief and evil: A fragment of a dialogue.
David Jakobsen.  An introduction to ‘faith, unbelief, and evil.’
A.N. Prior.  The paradox of the prisoner in logical form.
Peter Ohrstrom, Lasse Burri Gram-Hansen, and Ulrik Sandborg-Petersen. Time and knowledge: Some reflections on Prior’s analysis of the paradox of the prisoner.
A.N. Prior.  The logic of obligation and the obligations of the logician.
Peter Ohrstrom, Jorg Zeller, and Ulrik Sandborg-Petersen.   Prior’s defence of Hintikka’s theorem.  A discussion of Prior’s ‘The logic of obligation and the obligations of the logician.’
A.N. Prior.  The fable of the four preachers.
Marta Ujvari.  Prior’s fable and the limits of de re possibility.
Thomas Muller and Niko Strobach.  A letter on the present state of affairs: Prior, indeterminism, and relativity forty years later.
Sara L. Uckelman.  Prior on an insolubilium of Jean Buridan. 
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