Thursday, November 1, 2012

November 1, 2012

American Political Thought, Vol. 1, #2, 2012
Health Economics, Policy and Law, Vol. 7, #4, 2012
International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 72, #2, 2012
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 110, #4, 2012
Journal of the History of Biology, Vol. 45, #4, 2012
Philosophia Mathematica, Vol. 20, #3, 2012
Philosophers’ Imprint, Vol. 12, #15, 2012
South African Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 31, #3, 2012
Synthese, Vol. 189, #1, 2012
Synthese, Vol. 189, #2, 2012

American Political Thought, Vol. 1, #2, 2012
Alan Gibson.  Madison’s “great desideratum”: Impartial administration and the extended republic.
Laurence D. Cooper.  Every man a Socrates?  Tocqueville and the conceit of modernity.
Adam Gomez.  Deus vult: John L. O’Sullivan, manifest destiny, and American democratic messianism.
James R. Head and Neal Allen.  Living, dead, and undead: Nullification past and present.
Sara MacDonald.  Democratic royalty: Mark Helprin’s Freddy and Fredericka.
Book Reviews
David Edward Tabachnick and Toivo Koivukoski.  On Oligarchy: Ancient Lessons for Global Politics.  Review by Carl J. Richard.
Peter S. Onuf and Nicholas P. Cole.  Thomas Jefferson, the Classical World, and Early America.  Review by Richard Matthews.
Maurizio Valsania.  The Limits of Optimism: Thomas Jefferson’s Dualistic Enlightenment.  Review by Ari Helo.
George William Van Cleve.  A Slaveholders’ Union: Slavery, Politics, and the Constitution in the Early American Republic.  Review by Todd Estes.
Steven K. Green.  The Bible, the School, and the Constitution: The Clash that Shaped Modern Church-State Doctrine.  Review by Donald L. Drakeman.
James E. Block.  The Crucible of Consent: American Child Rearing and the Forging of Liberal Society.  Review by Scott Yenor.
Ronald Dworkin.  Justice for Hedgehogs.  Review by W.B. Allen.
James W. Ceaser.  Designing a Polity: America’s Constitution in Theory and Practice.  Review by Curt Nichols.
Sanford Levinson.  Framed: America’s 51  Constitutions and the Crisis of Governance.  Review by G. Alan Tarr.
Cass R. Sunstein.  A Constitution of Many Minds: Why the Constitution Doesn’t Mean What it Meant Before.  Review by Stanley Brubaker.
Jack M. Balkin.  Living Originalism.  Review by David A. Richards.
Jack M. Balkin.  Living Originalism.  Review by Gray L. McDowell.
Sidney Plotkin and Rick Tilman.  The Political Ideas of Thorstein Veblen.  Review by Francesca Viano.
John Lewis Gaddis.  George F. Kennan: An American Life.  Review by David Bryden.
Daniel Grausam.  On Endings: American Postmodern Fiction and the Cold War.  Review by Claudia Franziska Bruhwiler.
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Health Economics, Policy and Law, Vol. 7, #4, 2012
Rudolf Klein.  Comparing the United States and United Kingdom: Contrasts and correspondences.
Kalipso Chalkidou.  Evidence and values: Paying for end-of-life drugs in the British NHS.
Corinna Sorenson.  Valuing end-of-life care in the United States: The case of new cancer drugs.
Charles Normand.  Setting priorities in and for end-of-life care: Challenges in the application of economic evaluation.
Rachael Addicott.  Delivering better end-of-life care in England: Barriers to access for patients with a non-cancer diagnosis.
Daniel Callahan.  US health care: The unwinnable war against death.
Lawrence D. Brown.  Stealing on insensibly: End of life politics in the United States.
Michael Gusmano.  End-of-life care for patients with dementia in the United States: Institutional realities.
Jonathan Wolff.  Dementia, death and advance directives.
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International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 72, #2, 2012
Eric Steinhart.  On the number of gods.
Giovanni Mion.  God, ignorance, and existence.
Laureano Luna.  Grim’s arguments against omniscience and indefinite extensibility.
Gustavo E. Romero and Daniela Perez.  New remarks on the cosmological argument.
Billy Joe Lucas.  The right to believe truth paradoxes of moral regret for no belief and the role(s) of logic in philosophy of religion.
Book Reviews
Robert Audi.  Rationality and Religious Commitment.  Review by Lara Buchak.
Mark Johnston.  Saving God: Religion after Idolatry.  Review by Donald A. Crosby.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 110, #4, 2012
Special issue on Corporate Social Responsibility in Controversial Industry Sectors
Kenneth de Roeck and Nathalie Delobbe.  Do environmental CSR initiatives serve organizations’ legitimacy in the oil industry?  Exploring employees’ reactions through organizational identification theory.
Shuili Du and Edward T. Vieira Jr.  Striving for legitimacy through corporate social responsibility: Insights from oil companies.
Marian Eabrasu.  A moral pluralist perspective on corporate social responsibility: From good to controversial practices.
Hoje Jo and Haejung Na.  Does CSR reduce firm risks?  Evidence from controversial industry sectors.
Margaret Lindorff, Elizabeth Prior Jonson, and Linda McGuire.  Strategic corporate social responsibility in controversial industry sectors: The social value of harm minimization.
Justin Tan and Anna E. Tan.  Business under threat, technology under attack, ethics under fire: The experience of Google in China.
Mirella Yani-de-Soriano, Uzma Javed and Shumaila Yousafzai.  Can an industry be socially responsible if its products harm consumers?  The case of online gambling.
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Journal of the History of Biology, Vol. 45, #4, 2012
Special Issue on 20th Century Field Biology
Robert E. Kohler.  Practice and place in twentieth-century field biology: A comment.
Jeremy Vetter.  Labs in the field?  Rocky mountain biological stations in the early twentieth century.
Gina Rumore.  Preservation for science: The ecological society of America and the campaign for Glacier Bay National Monument.
Peter S. Alagona.  A sanctuary for science: The Hastings Natural History Reservation and the origins of the University of California’s Natural Reserve System.
Stephen Bocking.  Science, salmon, and sea lice: Constructing practice and place in an environmental controversy.
Book Reviews
Phillip R. Sloan and Brandon Fogel.  Creating Physical Biology: The Three-Man Paper and Early Molecular Biology.  Review by Michel Morange.
Michael R. Canfield. Field Notes on Science and Nature.  Review by Frederick R. Davis.
Sally Smith Hughes.  Genentech: The Beginnings of Biotech.  Review by Nathan Crowe.
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Elizabeth S. Belfiore, Socrates' Daimonic Art: Love for Wisdom in Four Platonic Dialogues. Reviewed by Frisbee C. C. Sheffield.
Richard Foley, When is True Belief Knowledge? Reviewed by Clayton Littlejohn.
Burt C. Hopkins, The Origin of the Logic of Symbolic Mathematics: Edmund Husserl and Jacob Klein. Reviewed by Joseph K. Cosgrove.
John Keown, The Law and Ethics of Medicine: Essays on the Inviolability of Human Life. Reviewed by Don Marquis.
Anton Leist and Peter Singer (eds.), J. M. Coetzee and Ethics: Philosophical Perspectives on Literature. Reviewed by Eileen John.
John Locke, Vindications of the Reasonableness of Christianity, Victor Nuovo (ed). Reviewed by John Perry.
Aaron Meskin and Roy T. Cook (eds.), The Art of Comics: A Philosophical Approach. Reviewed by Brandon Cooke. 
Robert Pippin (ed.), Introductions to Nietzsche. Reviewed by Robert Guay.
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Philosophia Mathematica, Vol. 20, #3, 2012
Leon Horsten.  Vom Zahlen zu den Zahlen: On the relation between computation and arithmetical structuralism.
Mark McEvoy.  Platonism and the ‘epistemic role puzzle.’
Stewart Shapiro.  Higher-order logic or set theory: A false dilemma.
Cory Juhl.  On the indispensability of the distinctively mathematical.
Yvonne Raley.  Why the weasel fails.
Critical Studies/Book Reviews
Richard G. Heck, Jr.  Frege’s Theorem.  Review by Roy T. Cook.
James Robert Brown.  Platonism, Naturalism, and Mathematical Knowledge.  Review by A.C. Paseau.
Chris Mortensen.  Inconsistent Geometry.  Review by Jean Paul Van Bendegem.
Michael Potter and Tom Ricketts.  The Cambridge Companion to Frege.  Review by Gregory Landini.
Curtis Franks.  The Autonomy of Mathematical Knowledge: Hilbert’s Program Revisited.  Review by Solomon Feferman.
Craig Smorynski.  Adventures in Formalism. Review by Robert Jones.
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Philosophers’ Imprint, Vol. 12, #15, 2012
Christopher Suhler and Craig Callender, "Thank Goodness that Argument is
Over: Explaining the Temporal Value Asymmetry"

South African Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 31, #3, 2012 – not online.
Louise du Toit.  Sexual specificity, rape law reform and the feminist quest for justice.
Christian B.N. Gade.  What is Ubuntu?  Different interpretations among South Africans of African descent.
Patrick Giddy.  The ideal of African scholarship and its implications for introductory philosophy: The example of placide tempels.
Timothy Hinton.  Distributive justice in the state of nature: An egalitarian view.
Carl Knight.  Distributive luck.
Patrick Loobuyck.  Creating mutual identification and solidarity in highly diversified societies.  The importance of identification by shared participation.
David B. Martens.  Knowledge and true belief in early analytic philosophy.
Servaas van der Berg.  Towards defending a semantic theory of expression in art: Revisiting Goodman.
Book Review
Daniel Strauss.  Philosophy: Discipline of the Disciplines.  Review by Alan Cameron.
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Synthese, Vol. 189, #1, 2012
Rachael Briggs.  Truthmaking without necessitation.
Kit Fine.  A difficulty for the possible worlds analysis of counterfactuals.
Mark Jago.  Constructing worlds.
Brian Rabern.  Against the identification of assertoric content with compositional value.
David Ripley.  Structures and circumstances: Two ways to fine-grain propositions.
Jonathan Schaffer.  Necessitarian propositions.
Susanna Schellenberg.  Sameness of Fregean sense.
Laura Schroeter.  Bootstrapping our ways to samesaying.
Clas Weber.  Eternalism and propositional multitasking: In defence of the operator argument.
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Synthese, Vol. 189, #2, 2012
Annalisa Coliva.  Varieties of failure (of warrant transmission: What else?!)
Duncan Pritchard.  Wittgenstein and the groundlessness of our beliving.
Ralph Wedgwood.  Justified inference.
Yuval Avnur.  Mere faith and entitlement.
Giorgio Volpe.  Cornerstones: You’d better believe them.
Dylan Dodd.  Evidentialism and skeptical arguments.
Alan Millar.  Scepticism, perceptual knowledge, and doxastic responsibility.
Mikkel Gerken.  Discursive justification and skepticism.
Jesper Kallestrup.  Bootstrap and rollback: Generalizing epistemic circularity.
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