Wednesday, November 28, 2012

November 28, 2012

Economics and Philosophy, Vol. 28, #3, 2012
European Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 20, #4, 2012
Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 29, #4, 2012
Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 109, #4, 2012
Neuroethics, Vol. 5, #3, 2012
Philosophers’ Imprint, Vol. 12, #16-17, 2012
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 85, #3, 2012
Philosophy of Science, Vol. 79, #5, 2012
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Vol. 43, #4, 2012
Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Vol. 43, #4, 2012
Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 43, #4, 2012
Teaching Philosophy, Vol. 35, #4, 2012
Utilitas, Vol. 24, #4, 2012

Economics and Philosophy, Vol. 28, #3, 2012
Jelle de Boer. A Strawson-Lewis defence of social preferences.
Waheed Hussain. Corporations, profit maximization and the personal sphere.
James Konow. Adam Smith and the modern science of ethics.
Julian Reiss. Idealization and the aims of economics: three cheers for instrumentalism.
William Thomson. On the axiomatics of resource allocation: interpreting the consistency principle.
The SAGE Handbook of the Philosophy of Social Sciences edited by Jarvie and Zamora-Bonilla. Review by Brian Epstein.
Well-Being and Fair Distribution: Beyond Cost-Benefit Analysis by Adler. Review by Daniel M. Hausman.
Empirical Social Choice: Questionnaire-Experimental Studies on Distributive Justice by Gaertner and Schokkaert. Review by Joshua Rust.
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European Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 20, #4, 2012
Sven Bernecker.  Kant on spatial orientation.
Trent Dougherty.  Reducing responsibility: An evidentialist account of epistemic blame.
Timo Jutten.  Adorno on Kant, freedom, and determinism.
W.E.S. McNeill.  On seeing that someone is angry.
Andrew Naylor.  Belief from the past.
Review Article
Justin Broackes.  Good, evil, and the virtuous Iris Murdoch Commentary Iris Murdoch, Philosopher.  Review by David Robjant.
Book Reviews
Arto Laitinen and Constantine Sandis.  Hegel on Action.  Review by Mark Alznauer.
Michael R. Kelly.  Bergson and Phenomenology.  Review by Keith Ansell-Pearson.
Richard J. Bernstein.  The Pragmatic Turn.  Review by Anton Leist.
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Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 29, #4, 2012
Lisa Herzog.  Ideal and non-ideal theory and the problem of knowledge.
Ingmar Persson.  Prioritarianism and welfare reductions.
Serene J. Khader.  Must theorizing about adaptive preferences deny women’s agency?
Guy Kahane and Julian Savulescu.  The concept of harm and the significance of normality.
Avery Kolers.  Floating provisos and sinking islands.
Simon Rippon.  How to reverse the organ shortage.
Nicole Hassoun.  The problem of debt-for-nature swaps from a human rights perspective.
Timothy Morton.  The Ecological Thought.  Review by Margaret Meek Lange.
Michael Rosen.  Dignity: Its History and Meaning.  Review by Suzy Killmister.
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Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 109, #4, 2012 (not online yet)
Myrtle Willoughby.  Stoppism: Retrospects and prospects.
Joel Pust.  Conditionalization and essentially indexical credence.
Avner Baz.  Must philosophers rely on intuitions?
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Joseph Almog and Paolo Leonardi (eds.), Having In Mind: The Philosophy of Keith Donnellan. Reviewed by Julie Wulfemeyer
Jessica Brown and Mikkel Gerken (eds.), Knowledge Ascriptions. Reviewed by Stephen Hetherington.
Fred Dallmayr and Zhao Tingyang (eds.), Contemporary Chinese Political Thought: Debates and Perspectives. Reviewed by Sungmoon Kim.
√Člisabeth De Fontenay, Without Offending Humans: A Critique of Animal Rights, Will Bishop (tr.). Reviewed by Tzachi Zamir.
Susan James, Spinoza on Philosophy, Religion, and Politics: The Theologico-Political Treatise. Reviewed by Yitzhak Y. Melamed.
Jerome Neu, On Loving Our Enemies: Essays in Moral Psychology. Reviewed by Jonathan Schofer.
Athanassios Raftopoulos and Peter Machamer (eds.), Perception, Realism and the Problem of Reference. Reviewed by Jennifer Matey.
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Neuroethics, Vol. 5, #3, 2012
Deboleena Roy.  Neuroethics, gender and the response to difference.
Katrin Nikoleyczik.  Towards diffractive transdisciplinarity: Integrating gender knowledge into the practice of neuroscientific research.
Cynthia Kraus. Critical studies of the sexed brain: A critique of what and for whom?
Sigrid Schmitz.  The neurotechnological cerebral subject: Persistance of implicit and explicit gender norms in a network of change.
Hannah Fritsch.  (A)e(s)th(et)ics of brain imaging: Visibilities and sayabilities in functional magnetic resonance imaging.
Cordelia Fine.  Explaining, or sustaining, the status quo?  The potentially self-fulfilling effects of ‘hardwired’ accounts of sex differences.
Catherine Vidal.  The sexed brain: Between science and ideology.
Rebecca Jordan-Young and Raffaella I. Rumiati.  Hardwired for sexism?  Approaches to sex/gender in neuroscience.
M. Farisco and C. Petrini.  The impact of neuroscience and genetics on the law: A recent Italian case.
Book Review
Julian Savulescu, Ruud ter Muelen, and Guy Kahane.  Enhancing Human Capacities.  Review by Thomas Johnson.
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Philosophers’ Imprint, Vol. 12, #16-17, 2012
Gideon Manning,"Descartes, Other Minds and Impossible Human Bodies."
Susan Brower-Toland, "Medieval Approaches to Consciousness: Ockham and Chatton."
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 85, #3, 2012
Jennifer Nagel.  Intuitions and experiments: A defense of the case method in epistemology.
Jeff Speaks.  On possibly nonexistent propositions.
Chandra Sekhar Sripada.  What makes a manipulated agent unfree?
Thomas Sattig.  The paradox of fission and the ontology of ordinary orbjects.
Marilyn McCord Adams and Cecilia Trifogli.  Whose thought is it?  The soul and the subject of action in some thirteenth and fourteenth century Aristotelians.
J. Robert G. Williams.  Counterfactual triviality: A Lewis-impossibility argument for counterfactuals.
Catharine Abell.  Art: What it is and why it matters.
Sven Rosenkranz.  Radical scepticisms without epistemic closure.
Susan Schneider.  Non-reductive physicalism cannot appeal to token identity.
Daniel M. Haybron.  Review: Nicholas White, A Brief History of Happiness.
Book Symposium: Know How
Jason Stanley.  Precis of Know How.
Imogen Dickie.  Skill before knowledge.
Mark Schroeder.  Showing how to derive knowing how.
Robert Stalnaker.  Intellectualism and the objects of knowledge.
Jason Stanley.  Replies to Dickie, Schroeder, and Stalnaker.
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Philosophy of Science, Vol. 79, #5, 2012
Marshall Abrams. Implications of use of Wright’s Fst for the role of probability and causation in evolution.
Matthew H. Haber.  Multilevel lineages and multidimensional trees: The levels of lineage and phylogeny reconstruction.
Joel D. Velasco.  The future of systematics: Tree thinking without the tree.
Bruce S. Weird.  Estimating F-statistics: A historical view.
Case Studies
Rachel A. Ankeny.  Detecting themes and variations: The use of cases in developmental biology.
Sharon Crasnow.  The role of case study research in political science: Evidence for causal claims.
Mary S. Morgan.  Case studies: One observation or many? Justification or diversity?
Everyday Concepts and Scientific Concepts
Anna Alexandra.  Well-being as an object of science.
Hasok Chang.  Acidity: The persistence of the everyday in the scientific.
Sophia Efstathiou.  How ordinary race concepts get to be usable in biomedical science: An account of founded race concepts.
Gregory Radick.  Should “heredity” and “inheritance” be biological terms?  William Bateson’s change of mind as a historical and philosophical problem.
Fictions, Models, and Representation
Alisa Bokulich.  Distinguishing explanatory from nonexplanatory fictions.
Arnon Levy.  Models, fictions, and realism: Two packages.
Isabelle Peschard.  Forging model/world relations: Relevance and reliability.
Martin Thomson-Jones.  Modeling without mathematics.
Bas C. van Fraassen.  Modeling and measurement: The criterion of empirical grounding.
Michael Weisberg.  Getting serious about similarity.
Inference and Statistics
James Justus.  The elusive basis of inferential robustness.
Edouard Machery.  Power and negative results.
Norms of Science and Science Policy
Justin B. Biddle.  Tragedy of the anticommons?  Intellectual property and the sharing scientific information.
Tarja Knuuttila.  Contradictions of commercialization: Revealing the norms of science?
Rebecca Kukla.  “Author TBD”: Radical collaboration in contemporary biomedical research.
Carole J. Lee.  A Kuhnian critique of psychometric research on peer review.
James W. McAllister.  Climate science controversies and the demand for access to empirical data.
Jan Sprenger.  Environmental risk analysis: Robustness is essential for precaution.
Katie Steele.  The scientist qua policy advisor makes value judgments.
Doreen Fraser.  Spontaneous symmetry breaking: Quantum statistical mechanics versus quantum field theory.
Roman Frigg and Charlotte Werndl.  Demystifying typicality.
Michael Stoltzner.  Constraining the Higgs mechanism: Ontological worries and the prospects for an algebraic cure.
Psychology and Neuroscience
Christopher Hitchcock.  Portable causal dependence: A tale of consilience.
Colin Klein.  Cognitive ontology and region-versus network-orienteded analyses.
James Woodward.  Causation: Interactions between philosophical theories and psychological research.
Presidential Address
Nancy Cartwright.  Will this policy work for you?  Predicting effectiveness better: How philosophy helps.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Part A, Vol. 43, #4, 2012
Part Special Issue: Styles of Thinking
Alan Chalmers.  Intermediate causes and explanations: The key to understanding the scientific revolution.
Michael Kershaw.  The ‘nec plus ultra’ of precision measurement” Geodesy and the forgotten purpose of the Metre Convention.
Joshua L. Watson.  Leibniz on the laws of nature and the best deductive system.
Jacqueline Feke.  Mathematizing the soul: The development of Ptolemy’s psychological theory from On the Kriterion and HEgemonikon to the Harmonics.
Jack Ritchie.  Styles of thinking: the special issue.
Ian Hacking.  ‘Language, Truth, and Reason’ 30 years later.
Chunglin Kwa.  An “ecological” view of styles of science and of art: Alois Riegl’s explorations of the style concept.
James Elwick.  Layered history: Styles of reasoning as stratified conditions of possibility.
Rasmus Gronfeldt Winther.  Interweaving categories: Styles, paradigms, and models.
Jeremy Wanderer.  ‘The happy thought of a single man’: On the legendary beginnings of a style of reasoning.
Jack Ritchie.  Styles for philosophers of science.
Otavio Bueno.  Styles of reasoning: A pluralist view.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Vol. 43, #4, 2012
William Demopoulos, Melanie Frappier, and Jeffrey Bub.  Poincare’s “Les conceptions nouvelles de la matiere.”
Germano D’Abramo.  The peculiar status of the second law of thermodynamics and the quest for its violation.
Giora Hon and Bernard R. Goldstein.  Maxwell’s contrived analogy: An early version of the methodology of modeling.
Joel Katzav, Henk A. Dijkstra, and A.T.J. (Jos) de Laat.  Assessing climate model projections: State of the art and philosophical reflections.
Karim P.Y. Thebault.  Three denials of time in the interpretation of canonical gravity.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 43, #4, 2012 (publisher will add articles on its site as they become available)
Neeraja Sankaran.  How the discovery of ribozymes cast RNA in the roles of both chicken and egg in origin-of-life theories.
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Teaching Philosophy, Vol. 35, #4, 2012
Heidi Giebel and Tonia Bock.  Teaching virtue: Theoretical and empirical reflections.
Gordon Tait, Clare O’Farrell, Sarah Davey Chesters, Joanne Brownlee, and Rebecca Spooner-Lane.  “Are there any right or wrong answers in teaching philosophy?”: Ethics, epistemology, and philosophy in the classroom.
Charles W. Wright and Abraham Lauer.  Measuring the sublime: Assessing student learning in philosophy.
Chris Jackson.  Recent texts in critical thinking.
Book Reviews
Emrys Westacott.  The Virtue of Our Vices: The Modest Defense of Gossip, Rudeness, and other Bad Habits.  Review by Mary Ducey.
John Corvino and Maggie Gallagher.  Debating Same-Sex Marriage.  Review by Kathleen Eamon.
M. Andrew Holowchak.  Critical Reasoning and Philosophy: A Concise Guide to Reading, Evaluating, and Writing Philosophical Works.  Review by Lawrence Finsen.
David Dyzenhuas, Sophia R. Moreau, and Arthur Ripstein.  Law and Morality: Readings in Legal Philosophy.  Review by Brian Lang.
Molly Cochran.  The Cambridge Companion to Dewey.  Review by Matthew Alan Ryg.
Andrew Bailey and Robert M. Martin.  First Philosophy: Fundamental Problems and Readings in Philosophy.  Review by Ben Sherman.
Joel J. Kupperman.  Human Nature: A Reader.  Review by Heidi Storl.
Louis P. Pojman and Paul Pojman.  Environmental Ethics: Readings in Theory and Application.  Review by Derek Turner.
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Utilitas, Vol. 24, #4, 2012
Research Articles
James Burns. ‘From a Good Scheme to a Better’: The Itinerancy of Jeremy Bentham, 1769–1789.
Greg Bognar. Empirical and Armchair Ethics.
Michael Huemer. Against Equality and Priority.
M. Oreste Fiocco. Is There a Right to Respect?
Andrew Mason. What Is the Point of Justice?.
Book Reviews
Gaus, The Order of Public Reason: A Theory of Freedom and Morality in a Diverse and Bounded World. Review by Fabian Wendt.
Portmore, Commonsense Consequentialism: Wherein Morality Meets Rationality. Review by Jean-Paul Vessel.
Hurley, Beyond Consequentialism. Review by Andrews Reath.
Prinz, The Emotional Construction of Morals. Review by Ben Fraser.
Gibbard, Reconciling Our Aims: In Search of Bases for Ethics. Review by Brian McElwee.
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