Monday, October 8, 2012

October 8, 2012

American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 49, #4, 2012
Analysis, Vol. 72, #4, 2012
British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 42, #4, 2012
Foundations of Chemistry, Vol. 14, #3, 2012
Humana.Mente: Journal of Philosophical Studies, #22, 2012
Hypatia, Vol. 27, #4, 2012
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 110, #2, 2012
Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, Vol. 153, #2, 2012
Philosophy, Vol. 87, #4, 2012
Phronesis: A Journal for Ancient Philosophy,  Vol. 57, #4, 2012
Synthese, Vol. 187, #3, 2012

American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 49, #4, 2012

Justin Klocksiem.  A defense of the counterfactual comparative account of harm.
Steve Matthews and Jeanette Kennett.  Truth, lies, and the narrative self.
Stephan Blatti.  Death’s distinctive harm.
Richard McCarty.  The right to lie: Kantian ethics and the inquiring murderer.
Nicholas J. J. Smith.  Measuring and modeling truth.
Yujin Nagasawa.  Infinite decomposability and the mind-body problem.
Alfred R. Mele.  Intentional, unintentional, or neither? Middle ground in theory and practice.
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Analysis, Vol. 72, #4, 2012
Scott Alexander Howard.  Nostalgia.
Robert Hopkins.  Seeing-in and seeming to see.
Kevin McCain.  A predictivist argument against skepticism.
Adam Kern.  Our deeds, ourselves.
Jessica Wilson.  The regress argument against Cartesian skepticism.
Jonathan Tallant.  (Existence) presentism and the A-theory.
Kenny Easwaran and Bradley Monton.  Mixed strategies, uncountable times, and Pascal’s wager: a reply to Robertson.
Stephan Blatti.  A new argument for animalism.
J. Adam Carter and Benjamin Jarvis.  Against swamping.
Arnon Keren.  On the alleged perversity of the evidential view of testimony.
Jonathan Weisberg.  The argument from divine indifference.
Stephen Barker and Ben Smart.  The ultimate argument against dispositional monist accounts of laws.
Matthew Tugby.  Rescuing dispositionalism from the ultimate problem: Reply to Barker and Smart.
E.J. Lowe.  Mumford and Anjum on causal necessitarianism and antecedent strengthening.
Mark Schroeder.  Skorupski on Being For.
Graham Priest.  The sun may not, indeed, rise tomorrow: A reply to Beall.
Brian Garrett.  Response to Goldstein.
Anthony Brueckner.  Against an argument against justification internalism.
Jonathan Westphal.  The logic of the compatibility of God’s foreknowledge and human freewill.
Peter Eldridge-Smith.  Pinocchio beards the barber.
Book Symposium
Tamar Szabo Gendler.  Summary.
Tyler Doggett.  Some questions for Tamar Szabo Gendler.
Jennifer Nagel.  Gendler on alief.
Greg Currie and Anna Ichino.  Aliefs don’t exist, although some of their relatives do.
Tamar Szabo Gendler.  Between reason and reflex: Response to commentators.
Recent Work
Michael J. Clark and David Liggins.  Recent work on grounding.
Critical Notices
John Divers.  Engagement and metaphysical dissatisfaction.
Peter M. Ainsworth.  In defence of objective Bayesianism.
Book Reviews
Peter Ludlow.  The Philosophy of Generative Linguistics.  Review by Ofra Magidor.
Francois Recanati.  Truth-Conditional Pragmatics.  Review by Berit Brogaard.
Douglas Ehring.  Tropes: Properties, Objects, and Mental Causation.  Review by Sophie C. Gibb.
Trent Dougherty.  Evidentialism and Its Discontents.  Review by Lauren Leydon-Hardy.
Anton Ford, Jennifer Hornsby, and Frederick Stoutland.  Essays on Anscombe’s Intention.  Review by Roger Teichmann.
Stephen Davies.  Musical Understandings and Other Essays on the Philosophy of Music.  Review by Saam Trivedi.
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British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 42, #4, 2012
John Gerring.  Mere description.
Timothy M. Peterson and Cameron G. Thies.  Beyond Ricardo: The link between intra-industry trade and peace.
Nahomi Ichino and Noah L. Nathan.  Primaries on demand? Intra-party politics and nominations in Ghana.
Navin A. Gapat and Kanisha D. Bond.  Alliances between militant groups.
Christian Breunig, Xun Cao, and Adam Luedtke.  Global migration and political regime type: A democratic disadvantage.
Stephanie J. Rickard.  Electoral systems, voters’ interests, and geographic dispersion.
Michael Findley and Peter Rudloff.  Combatant fragmentation and the dynamics of civil wars.
Alan M. Jacobs and J. Scott Matthews.  Why do citizens discount the future?  Public opinion and the timing of policy consequences.
Notes and Comments
Thomas Daubler, Kenneth Benoit, Slava Mikhaylov, and Michael Laver.  Natural sentences as valid units for coded political texts.
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Foundations of Chemistry, Vol. 14, #3, 2012
Special Issue : International Society for the Philosophy of Science: Oxford Conference: 2010. The Interplay of Philosophy and Chemistry

Klaus Ruthenberg and Rom Harre.  Philosophy of chemistry as intercultural philosophy: Jaap van Brakel.
Olimpia Lombardi.  Prigogine and the many voices of nature.
Marina Paola Banchetti-Robino.  The ontological function of first-order and second-order corpuscles in the chemical philosophy of Robert Boyle: The redintegration of potassium nitrate.
Joseph E. Earley Sr.  A neglected aspect of the puzzle of chemical structure: How history helps.
Jean-Pierre Llored.  Emergence and quantum chemistry.
Eric R. Scerri.  A critique of Weisberg’s view on the periodic table and some speculations on the nature of classifications.
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Humana.Mente: Journal of Philosophical Studies, #22, 2012
Special Issue: Making Sense of Gender, Sex, Race and the Family;  Edited by Elena Casetta, Vera Tripodi
Elena Casetta and Vera Tripodi.  Between science and philosophy: New perspectives on gender, sex, race, and the family.
Andrea Borghini.  Food in the metaphysical orders: Gender, race, and the family.
Valentina Chizzola.  Sex and/or gender?  Some neuroscientific approaches.
Roberta Cocco and Francesca Ervas.  Gender stereotypes and figurative language comprehension.
Esa Diaz-Leon.  Social kinds, conceptual analysis, and the operative concept: A reply to Haslanger.
Claude-Olivier Doron.  Race and genealogy.  Buffon and the formation of the concept of “race.”
Koffie N. Maglo and Lisa J. Martni.  Researching versus reifying race: The case of obesity research.
Lina Papadaki.  Abortion and Kant’s formula of humanity.
Cynthia Darlington.  The Female Brain.  Jill A. Fisher.  Gender and the Science of Difference.  Commentary by Sanja Milutinovic Bojanic.
Anne Fausto-Sterling.  Sexing the Body: Gender Politics and the Construction of Sexuality.  Commentary by Greta Gober.
Leslie McCall.  The Complexity of Intersectionality.  Commentary by Maria Rodo-de-Zarate and Marta Jorba.
Book Reviews
Naomi Scheman. Shifting Ground.  Knowledge and Reality, Transgression and Trustworthiness.  Review by Anna Boncompagni.
Robin May Schott.  Birth, Death, and Femininity – Philosophies of Embodiment.  Review by Ingeborg W. Owesen.
Elizabeth Brake.  Minimizing Marriage: Marriage, Mortality, and the Law.  Review by Guiliano Torrengo.
Sally Haslanger, by Elena Casetta.
Martha Nussbaum, by Sara Protasi.
Jules Holroyd and Alessandra Tanesini.  Under-represented groups in philosophy.
Maeve O’Donovan, Namita Goswami, and Lisa Yount.  Women in philosophy: Why race and gender still matter.
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Hypatia, Vol. 27, #4, 2012
Adale Sholock.  Methodology of the privileged: White anti-racist feminism, systematic ignorance, and epistemic uncertainty.
Gaile Pohlhaus Jr.  Relational knowing and epistemic injustice: Toward a theory of Willful Hermeneutical Ignorance
Moira Howes.  Managing salience: The importance of intellectual virtue in analyses of biased scientific reasoning.
Lisa Curtis-Wendlandt.  No right to resist?  Elise Reimarus’s Freedom as a Kantian response to the problem of violent revolt.
Jay Sloan-Lynch.  Domestic abuse as terrorism.
Ashley King Scheu.  The viability of the philosophical novel: The case of Simone de Beauvoir’s She Came to Stay
Leah Kalmanson.  Buddhism and bell hooks: Liberatory aesthetics and the radical subjectivity of no-self.
Valentine Moulard-Leonard.  Moving beyond us and them?  Marginality, rhizomes, and immanent forgiveness.
Stephanie Adair.  Unity and difference: A critical appraisal of polarizing gender identities.
Dennis Schep.  The limits of performativity: A critique of hegemony in gender theory.
Noela Davis.  Subjected subjects?  On Judith Butler’s paradox of interpellation.
Symposium on Falguni Sheth’s Toward a Political Philosophy of Race
David Haekwon Kim, Emily S. Lee, Eduardo Mendieta, Mickaella Perina, and Falguni A. Sheth.  An unruly theory of race.
Review Essays
Alison Assiter.  Kierkegaard, Metaphysics, and Political Theory: Unfinished Selves.  Celine Leon.  The Neither/Nor of the Second Sex: Kierkegaard on Women, Sexual Difference, and Sexual Relations.  Helen Tallon Russell.  Irigaray and Kierkegaard: On the Construction of the Self.  Review by Ada S. Jaarsma.
Nissim-Sabat Marilyn.  Neither Victim Nor Survivor: Thinking Toward a New Humanity.  Victoria Grace Renee J. Heberle.  Theorizing Sexual Violence.  Review by Robin May Schott.
Christine Diagle and Jacob Golomb.  Beauvoir and Sartre: The Riddle of Influence.  Penelope Deutscher.  The Philosophy of Simone de Beauvoir: Ambiguity, Conversion, Resistance.  Review by Emily Anne Parker.
Book Reviews
Steve Martinot.  The Machinery of Whiteness: Studies in the Structure of Racialization.  Review by Ann Ferguson.
Janet A. Flammang.  The Taste for Civilization: Food, Politics, and Civil Society.  Review by Robert Nye.
Molly Paxton, Carrie Figdor, and Valerie Tiberius.  Quantifying the gender gap: An empirical study of the underrepresentation of women in philosophy.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 110, #2, 2012
Special Issue on Sustaining Sustainability in Organizations
Deborah E. de Lange, Timo Busch, and Javier Delgado-Ceballos.  Sustaining sustainability in organizations.
Luis A. Perez-Batres, Jonathan P. Doh, Van V. Miller, and Michael J. Pisani.  Stakeholder pressures as determinants of CSR strategic choice: Why do firms choose symbolic versus substantive self-regulatory codes of conduct?
Paolo Perego and Ans Kolk.  Multinationals’ accountability on sustainability: The evolution of third-party assurance of sustainability reports.
Tom E. Thomas and Eric Lamm.  Legitimacy and organizational sustainability.
Subrata Chakrabarty and Liang Wang.  The long-term sustenance of sustainability practices in MNCs: A dynamic capabilities perspective of the role of R&D and internationalization.
Haiying Lin.  Cross-sector alliances for corporate social responsibility partner heterogeneity moderates environmental strategy outcomes.
Dan V. Caprar and Benjamin A. Neville.  “Norming” and “conforming”: Integrating cultural and institutional explanations for sustainability adoption in business.
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Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, Vol. 153, #2, 2012
Insong Choe and George H. Hitching.  Langrangian subbundles of symplectic bundles over a curve.
Yuval Peres and Perla Sousi.  Brownian motion with variable drift: 0-1 laws, hitting probabilities, and Hausdorff dimension.
Jason P. Bell, Stanley N. Burris, and Karen Yeats.  On the set of zero coefficients of a function satisfying a linear differential equation.
N. Mandouvalos.  Heat kernel bounds for complex time and Schrodinger Kernel on hyperbolic spaces and Kleinian groups.
Hansjorg Geiges and Kai Zehmisch.  Symplectic cobordisms and the strong Weinstein conjecture.
Stephen P. Humphries and Emma L. Rode.  Weak Cayley tables and generalized centralizer rings of finite groups.
Ryan Broderick, Lior Fishman, Dmitry Kleinbock, Asaf Reich, and Barak Weiss.  The set of badly approximable vectors is strongly C1 incompressible.
Bruce C. Berndt, Heng Huat Chan, and Yoshio Tanigawa.  Two Dirichlet series evaluations found on page 196 of Ramanujan’s lost notebook.
Heng Huat Chan and Shaun Cooper.  Rational analogues of Ramanujan’s series for 1/pi.
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Ralf M. Bader and John Meadowcroft (eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Nozick's Anarchy, State, and Utopia. Reviewed by Matt Zwolinski.
Christopher Pincock, Mathematics and Scientific Representation. Reviewed by Juha Saatsi.
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Philosophy, Vol. 87, #4, 2012
Roger Scruton.  Confessions of a skeptical Francophile.
M. Giaquinto.  Russell on knowledge of universals by acquaintance.
Robert Duschinsky.  Tabula Rasa and human nature.
Michela Massimi.  Dwatery ocean.
Raphael Cohen-Almagor.  Between autonomy and state regulation: J.S. Mill’s elastic paternalism.
Craig Taylor.  Huck Finn, moral reasons, and sympathy.
Book Reviews
Derek Parfit.  On What Matters.  Review by Richard Yetter Chappell.
Cynthia and Graham Macdonald.  Emergence in Mind.  Review by Elly Vintiadis.
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Phronesis: A Journal for Ancient ,  Vol. 57, #4, 2012
Gerard Journee.  Lumiere et Nuit, Feminin et Masculin chez Parmenide d’Elee: quelques remargues.
Michal Bizon and Kamil Sokoloski.  A note to Protagoras 353de.
Mark E. Jonas, Yoshiaki M. Nakazawa, and James Braun.  Appetite, reason, and education in Socrates’ ‘City of Pigs.’
Myrna Gabbe.  Aristotle on the starting point of motion in the soul.
Peter Adamson.  Neoplatonism.
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Synthese, Vol. 187, #3, 2012
The Philosophy of Logical Consequence and Inference, Guest Editors: Sten Lindström , Erik Palmgren and Dag Westerståhl

Julien Boyer and Gabriel Sandu.  Between proof and truth.
Matti Eklund.  Multitude, tolerance, and language-transcedence.
Raul Hakli and Sara Negri.  Does the deduction theorem fail for modal logic?
Peter Pagin.  Assertion, inference, and consequence.
Dag Prawitz.  The epistemic significance of valid inference.
Stephen Read.  The medieval theory of consequence.
Tor Sandqvist.  Acceptance, inference, and the multiple-conclusion sequent.
Peter Schroeder-Heister.  The categorical and the hypothetical: A critique of some fundamental assumptions of standard semantics.
Goran Sundholm.  “Inference versus consequence” revisited: Inference, consequence, conditional, implication.
Dag Westerstahl.  From constants to consequence, and back.
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