Monday, November 12, 2012

November 12, 2012

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Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 42, #2, 2012
Developing World Bioethics, Vol. 12, #3, 2012
Development and Change, Vol. 43, #6, 2012
Journal of Chinese Philosophy, Vol. 39, #3, 2012
Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 38, #11, 2012
Language in Society, Vol. 41, #5, 2012
Philosophy East and West, Vol. 62, #4, 2012
Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 18, #3, 2012
Tanner Lectures on Human Values, #31, 2012

Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 42, #2, 2012
Jason Baehr.  The structure of open-mindedness.
Timothy Chan and Guy Kahane.  The trouble with being sincere.
Gerhard Overland.  On disproportionate force and fighting in vain.
Abraham Sesshu Roth.  The necessity of “necessity”: Hume’s psychology of sophisticated causal inference.
John Kronen and Jacob Tuttle.  Composite substances as true wholes: Toward a modified Nyaya-Vaisesika theory of composite substances.
Kevin Morris.  Subset realization and physical identification.
Book Review
Denis Dutton.  The Art of Instinct.  Review by Mohan Matthen.
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Developing World Bioethics, Vol. 12, #3, 2012
Editorial Debora Diniz. Harm reduction and abortion.
Iain Brassington. What’s wrong with the brain drain?
Nicole Hassoun. Global health impact: A basis for labeling and licensing campaigns?
Michael P. Jaycox. Coercion, autonomy, and the preferential option for the poor in the ethics of organ transplantation.
Tomislav Bracanovic. From integrative bioethics to pseudoscience.
Holly A. Taylor and Maria W. Merritt. Provision of community-wide benefits in public health intervention research: The experience of investigators conducting research in the community setting in South Asia.
Xinqing Zhang. Reflection on family consent: Based on a pregnant death in a Beijing hospital.
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Development and Change, Vol. 43, #6, 2012
Cheryl McEwan and Emma Mawdsley. Trilateral development cooperation: Power and politics in emerging aid relationships.
Peter Lund-Thomsen, Khalid Nadvi, Anita Chan, Navjote Khara, and Hong Xue. Labour in global value chains: Work conditions in football manufacturing in China, India, and Pakistan.
P. Neethi. Globalization lived locally: Investigating Kerala’s local labour control regimes.
Andrew Brooks and David Simon. Unravelling the relationships between used-clothing imports and the decline of African clothing industries.
Ipshita Basu. The politics of recognition and redistribution: Development, tribal identity politics, and distributive justice in India’s Jharkhand.
Suryakant Waghmore. Beyond depoliticization? Caste, NGOs, and Dalit land rights in Maharashtra, India.
Johan Sandberg. Conditional cash transfers and social mobility: The role of asymmetric structures and segmentation processes.
Greta Friedemann-Sanchez. Legal literacy and immovable property: Laws, norms, and practices in Colombia.
Review Essay
Ramesh S. Arunachalam. The Journey of Indian Micro-Finance: Lessons for the Future. Milford Bateman. How lending to the poor began, grew, and almost destroyed a generation in India.
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Journal of Chinese Philosophy, Vol. 39, #3, 2012
Chung-Ying Cheng. Preface: Chinese logic as threefold: Reference, meaning, and use.
Yiu-Ming Fung. Introduction: Language and logic in later Moism.
Yiu-Ming Fung. A logical perspective on the parallelism in later Moism.
Chris Fraser. Truth in Moist dialects.
Dan Robins. Names, cranes, and the later Moists.
Thierry Lucas. Definitions in the upper part of the Moist canons.
Jinmei Yuan. Analogical propositions in Moist texts.
Chaehyun Chong. Xunzi’s Sanhuo (three types of cognitive delusions).
Chien-Hsing Ho. One name, infinite meanins: Jizang’s thought on meaning and reference.
Book Reviews
Peimin Ni. Confucius: Making the Way Great. Review by Huaiyu Wang.
David Jones and E.R. Klein. Asian Contexts: Encounters with Asian Philosophies and Religions. Review by Shirong Luo.
Chen Ming. Wenhua Ruxue: Sibian yu Lunbian. Review by Yongfang Yu.
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Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 38, #11, 2012
Hilary Madder. Treatment interventions for severe traumatic brain injury: Limited evidence, choice limitations.
Harvey Marcovitch. Editors’ conflicting interests remain in the shadows.
Current Controversy
Michael Tang. Application of a medicolegal approach in clinical stalemates.
Clinical Ethics
Eva C. Winkler, Wolfgang Hiddemann, and Georg Marckmann. Evaluating a patient’s request for life-prolonging treatment: An ethical framework.
Gregory L. Bock. Jehovah’s witnesses and autonomy: Honouring the refusal of blood transfusions.
Stephen Honeybul, Grant Gillett, Kowk Ho, and Christopher Lind. Ethical considerations for performing decompressive craniectomy as a life-saving intervention for severe traumatic brain injury.
Law, Ethics, and Medicine
Rien Janssens, Johannes J.M. van Delden, and Guy A.M. Widdershoven. Palliative sedation: Not just normal medical practice. Ethical reflections on the Royal Dutch Medical Association’s guideline on palliative sedation.
Public Health Ethics
David Shaw, Karyn McCluskey, Will Linden, and Christine Goodall. Reducing the harmful effects of alcohol misuse: The ethics of sobriety testing in criminal justice.
Research Ethics
Patricia L. Bright and Robert M. Nelson. A capacity-based approach for addressing ancillary care needs: Implications for research in resource limited settings.
Elise Smith, Marie-Josee Potvin, and Bryn Williams-Jones. Accessibility and transparency of editor conflicts of interest policy instruments in medical journals.
Dan Funnell, Caroline Fertleman, Liz Carrey, and Joe Brierley. Quantitative valuation placed by children and teenagers on participation in two hypothetical research scenarios.
Theoretical Ethics
Ingmar Persson. Could it be permissible to prevent the existence of morally enhanced people?
Henry S. Richardson. Comment on ‘a capacity-based approach for addressing ancillary-care needs: implications for research in resource limited settings.’
Brief Reports
Cecilia Mercieca, Kevin Aquilina, Richard Pullicino, and Andrew A. Borg. Freedom of movement across the EU: Legal and ethical issues for children with chronic disease.
Akira Akabayashi, Yoshiyuki Takimoto, and Yoshinori Hayashi. Physician obligation to provide care during disasters: Should physicians have been required to go to Fukushima?
Diego Rosselli, Juan-David Rueda, and Martha Solano. Ethical and economic considerations of rare diseases in ethnic minorities: The case of mucopolysaccharidosis VI in Colombia.
Ethics Briefings
Martin Davies, Sophie Brannan, Eleanor Chrispin, Veronica English, Rebecca Mussell, and Julian C. Sheather. Ethics briefings.
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Language in Society, Vol. 41, #5, 2012
Mike Levy and Rod Gardner. Liminality in multitasking: Where talk and task collide in computer collaborations.
Jennifer Andrus. Language ideology, fractal recursivity, and discursive agency in the legal construction of linguistic evidence.
Patricia Cukor-Avila. Some structural consequences of diffusion.
Asta Cekaite. Affective stances in teacher-novice student interactions: Language, embodiment, and willingness to learn in a Swedish primary classroom.
Book Reviews
Warren Macguire and April McMahon. Analysing Variation in English. Review by Matthew J. Gordon.
Paul Kockelman. Language, Culture, and Mind: Natural Constructions and Social Kinds. Review by N.J. Enfield.
Jurgen Streeck, Charles Goodwin, and Curtis LeBaron. Embodied Interaction: Language and Body in the Material World. Review by Galina B. Bolden.
Nikolas Coupland. The Handbook of Language and Globalization. Review by Jamie Shinhee Lee.
Book Notes
Tom Roeper. The Prism of Grammar: How Child Language Illuminates Humanism. Review by Haleema Weiji.
Shahela Hamid. Language Use and Identity: The Sylheti Bangladeshis in Leeds. Review by Guofeng Wang.
John Edwards. Challenges in the Social Life of Languages. Review by Iyabo F. Osiapem.
Andrea Mayr and David Machin. The Language of Crime and Deviance: An Introduction to Critical Linguistic Analysis in Media and Popular Culture. Review by Eugenia Tsao.
Anna Wierzbicka. Experience, Evidence, and Sense: The Hidden Cultural Legacy of English. Review by Elaine W. Vine.
Tania Granadillo and Heidi A. Orcutt-Gachiri. Ethnographic Contributions to the Study of Endangered Languages. Review by Seyed Hadi Mirvahedi.
Ricardo Otheguy and Ana C. Zentella. Spanish in New York: Language Contact, Dialectal Leveling, and Structural Continuity. Review by Yumin Chen.
Ahmad Al-Issa and Laila S. Dahan. Global English and Arabic: Issues of Language, Culture, and Identity. Review by Dalal Sarnou.
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Philosophy East and West, Vol. 62, #4, 2012
Yumiko Inukai. Honen and James on religious transformation: Pyschological conditions of conversion and the Nembutsu.
Huaiyu Wang. Ren and Gantong: Openness of heart and the root of Confucianism.
Alexus McLeod. Ren as a communal property in the Analects.
Richard Reilly. Fingarette on moral agency in the Analects.
Vasileios Syros. Indian emergencies: Barani’s Fatawa-I Jahandari, the diseases of the body politic, and Machiavelli’s accidenti.
Feature Reviews
Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze. On Reason: Rationality in a World of Cultural Conflict and Racism. Review by Paul Lyons. An apology for postcolonial racism.
Erich S. Gruen. Rethinking the Other in Antiquity. Review by Michael Nylan. Talk about “barbarians” in antiquity.
Book Reviews
M. Salman Raschid. Iqbal’s Conception of God. Review by M. Shabbir Ahsen.
Ian S. Markham. Engaging with Bediuzzaman Said Nursi: A Model of Interfaith Dialogue. Review by Recep Alpyagil.
Remi Brague. The Legend of the Middle Ages: Philosophical Explorations of Medieval Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Review by Mehmet Karabela.
Ibrahim M. Abu-Rabi. Theodicy and Justice in Modern Islamic Thought. Review by Nazif Muhtaroglu.
Urs App. The Birth of Orientalism. Review by Joseph Prabhu.
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Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 18, #3, 2012
Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Neuroethics, Guest Editors: Stephanie J. Bird , Michael Kalichman and Dena Plemmons
Michael Kalichman, Dena Plemmons, and Stephanie J. Bird. Editors’ overview: Neuroethics: Many voices and many stories.
Thomas R. Scott. Neuroscience may supersede ethics and law.
Henry T. Greely. What if? The farther shores of neuroethics. Commentary on “Neuroscience may supersede ethics and law.”
Ralph J. Greenspan. Biological indeterminacy.
Ann Pirruccello. Reductionism, brain imaging, and social identity commentary on “biological indeterminacy.”
Christopher J. Frost and Augustus R. Lumia. The ethics of neuroscience and the neuroscience of ethics: A phenomenological-existential approach.
Steven R. Smith. Neurosceince, ethics, and legal responsibility: The problem of the insanity defense. Commentary on “The ethics of neuroscience and the neuroscience of ethics: A phenomenological-existential approach.”
Terence A. McGoldrick. The spirituality of human consciousness: A catholic evaluation of some current neuro-scientific interpretations.
James B. Miller. Haunted by the ghost in the machine. Commentary on “The spirituality of human consciousness: A catholic evaluation of some current neuro-scientific interpretations.”
Wael K. Al-Delaimy. Ethical concepts and future challenges of neuroimaging: An Islamic perspective.
Ebrahim Moosa. Translating neuroethics: Reflections from Muslim ethics. Commentary on “Ethical concepts and future challenges of neuroimaging: An Islamic perspective.”
Karma Lekshe Tsomo. Compassion, ethics, and neuroscience: Neuroethics through Buddhist eyes.
Francisca Cho. The limits of the Buddhist embrace of science. Commentary on “Compassion, ethics, and neuroscience: Neuroethics through Buddhist eyes.”
Marc Lampe. Science, human nature, and a new paradigm for ethics education.
Philip J. Langlais. Ethical decision-making in the conduct of research: Role of individual, contextual, and organizational factors. Commentary on “Science, human nature, and a new paradigm for ethics education.”
Darren Schreiber. On social attribution: Implications of recent cognitive neuroscience research for race, law, and politics.
Sanjay K. Nigam. The storytelling brain: Commentary on “On social attribution: Implications of recent cognitive neuroscience research for race, law, and politics.”
Stuart Henry and Dena Plemmons. Neuroscience, neuropolitics, and neuroethics: The complex case of crime, deception, and fMRI.
Stephanie J. Bird. Potential for bias in the context of neuroethics: Commentary on “Neuroscience, neuropolitics, and neuroethics: The complex case of crime, deception, and fMRI.”
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Tanner Lectures on Human Values, #31, 2012
Rebecca Newberger Goldstein.  The ancient quarrel: Philosophy and literature.  Lecture I: Morality and literature.  Lecture II: Metaphysics and literature.
Spike Lee.  America through my lens: The evolving nature of race and class in the films of Spike Lee.
Susan Neiman.  Victims and heroes. For the lecture stream click here. For Response and Discussion of Lecture, click here. For Panel Discussion, click here.
Elinor Ostrom.  Lecture I: Frameworks.  Lecture II: Analyzing one-hundred-year-old irrigation puzzles.
Robert Putnam.  American grace.  Lecture I: Americans are religiously devout and divided, yet tolerant.  Why?  Lecture II: Religious Americans are better neighbors and citizens, though less tolerant.  Why?
James Scott.  Four domestications: Fire, plants, animals, and… us.  Lecture I: The late-neolithic multispecies resettlement camp.  Lecture II: The long golden age of barbarians, a.k.a non-state peoples.
Martin Seligman.  Flourish: Positive psychology and positive interventions.For lecture stream click here.
Susan J. Smith.  Care-full markets: Miracle or mirage?  Lecture I: Moral maze: Dealings in debt.  Lecture II: Ethical investment?  Attending to assets.
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