Wednesday, December 5, 2012

December 5, 2012

Acta Analytica Vol. 27, #4, 2012
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Vol. 22, #1, 2012
Erkenntnis, Vol. 77, #3, 2012
Ethics, Vol. 123, #1, 2012
Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy, Vol. 1, #7, 2012
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Vol. 9, #4, 2012
Journal of Cognitive Neuorscience, Vol. 25, #1, 2012
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 49, #1, 2012
Journal of Ethics, Vol. 16, #4, 2012
Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 41, #6, 2012
Kant-Studien, Vol. 103, #4, 2012
Law and Philosophy, Vol. 31, #6, 2012
Nanoethics, Vol. 6, #3, 2012
Philosopher's Imprint, Vol. 12, #18-19, 2012

Acta Analytica, Vol. 27, #4, 2012
Jon Altschul.  Entitlement, justification, and the bootstrapping problem.
Sven Bernecker.  Sensitivity, safety, and closure.
Benjamin Bayer.  Internalism empowered: How to bolster a theory of justification with a direct realist theory of awareness.
John M. DePoe.  Bergmann’s dilemma and internalism’s escape.
Jan Almang.  Time, mode, and perceptual content.
Walter Horn.  Note on two Snowdon criticisms of the causal theory of perception.
Savas L. Tsohatzidis.  How to forget that “know” is factive.
Allan Hazlett.  Factive presupposition and the truth condition on knowledge.
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Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Vol. 22, #1, 2012
Sheelagh McGuinness, Tom Walker, and Stephen Wilkinson.  A complex web of questions.
Special Section: Consent and Organ Donation
Jonathan Montgomery.  Reflections on the nature of public ethics.
David Price and Jo Samanta.  Supporting controlled non-heart-beating donation – an ethical justification.
Neil C. Manson.  Normative consent is not consent.
Govert Den Hartogh.  Is consent of the donor enough to justify the removal of living organs?
Magi Sque and Dariusz Galasinski.  “Keeping her whole” – bereaved families’ accounts of declining a request for organ donation.
Jean V. McHale.  Organ transplantation, the criminal law, and the health tourist – a case for extraterritorial jurisdiction?
Responses and Dialogue
Andrew McGee.  Intention, foresight, and ending life.
Charles Foster, Jonathan Herring, Karen Melham, and Tony Hope.  Intention and foresight – from ethics to law and back again – a reply to McGee.
Bioethics and Defense
Michael L. Gross.  Military medical ethics – a review of the literature and a call to arms.
R. Chilengi, A. Nyika, G.B. Tangwa, R.A. Noor, S.W. Ramadhani, S. Bosomprah, and W.L. Kilama.  Role of e-learning in teaching health research ethics and good clinical practice in Africa and beyond.
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Erkenntnis, Vol. 77, #3, 2012
Max Deutsch.  The way ripe tomatoes look: An argument against externalist representation.
Toni Vogel Carey.  Always or never: Two approaches to Ceteris Paribus.
Kristie Miller.  Mathematical contingentism.
Jaakko Kuorikoski.  Mechanisms, modularity, and constitutive explanation.
Rafal Urbaniak.  Numbers and propositions versus nominalists: Yellow cards for Salmon and Soames.
Sam Cowling.  Haecceitism for modal realists.
Cei Maslen.  Regularity accounts of causation and the problem of pre-emption: Dark prospects indeed.
Darren Bradley.  Weisberg on design: What fine-tuning’s got to do with it.
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Ethics, Vol. 123, #1, 2012
Henry S. Richardson.  Editorial.
Katarzyna de Lazari-Radek and Peter Singer.  The objectivity of ethics and the unity of practical reason.
David Sobel.  Backing away from libertarian self-ownership.
Karen Jones.  Trustworthiness.
Sergio Tenenbaum and Diana Raffman.  Vague projects and the puzzle of the self-torturer.
Simon Cabulea May.  Moral status and the direction of duties.
Stephen C. Makin.  Action individualism and deontic cycling.
Book Reviews
Justin Broackes.  Iris Murdoch, Philosopher: A Collection of Essays.  Review by Nancy E. Snow.
Scott A. Davison.  On the Intrinsic Value of Everything.  Review by Erik J. Wielenberg.
James J. DiCenso.  Kant, Religion, and Politics.  Review by Rob Gressis.
Evan Fox-Decent.  Sovereignty’s Promise: The State as Fiduciary.  Review by Matthew Lister.
Ruth W. Grant.  Strings Attached: Untangling the Ethics of Incentives.  Review by Robert Mayer.
Nicole Hassoun.  Globalization and Global Justice: Shrinking Distance, Expanding Obligations.  Review by Helena de Bres.
John F. Horty.  Reasons as Defaults.  Review by Mark Schroeder.
Philip Kitcher.  The Ethical Project.  Review by William J. FitzPatrick.
David Phillips.  Sidgwickian Ethics.  Review by Burt Schultz.
Douglas Portmore.  Commonsense Consequentialism: Wherein Morality Meets Rationality.  Review by Frances Howard-Snyder.
Toni ROnnow-Rasmussen.  Personal Value.  Review by Christian Coons.
John Tomasi.  Free Market Fairness.  Review by Jan Narveson.
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Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy, Vol. 1, #7, 2012
Nathaniel Goldberg.  Davidson, Dualsim and Truth.
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Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Vol. 9, #4, 2012
Symposium: Cases and Culture
Michael A. Ashby and Leigh E. Rich.  Cases and culture.
Jan Deckers.  The new EU directive on the use of animals for research and the value of moral consistency.
Leigh E. Rich and Michael A. Ashby.  A time to give thanks.
Recent Developments
Bernadette Richards, Tom Hayes, and Mabel Tsui.  Making decisions.
Brian Hurwitz.  Textual practices in crafting bioethics cases.
Abdallah A. Adlan and Henk A.M.J. ten Have.  The dilemma of revealing sensitive information on paternity status in Arabian social and cultural contexts.
Alphonso Lingis.  The rationality of values.
Z.A.M.H. Zabidi-Hussin.  Does nondisclosure of genetic paternity status constitute a breach of ethics?
Duujian Tsai.  Reflections from Taiwan on unsought truth-telling: Comparison with lessons from Saudi Arabia.
Paul A. Komesaroff.  Cross-cultural issues in ethics: Context is everything.
Emma Kowal, Glenn Pearson, Chris S. Peacock, Sarra E. Jamieson, and Jenefer M. Blackwell.  Genetic research and aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.
Tuck Wai Chan and Desley Hegney.  Buddhism and medical futility.
Timothy R. Rice, Yuriy Dobry, Vladan Novakovic, and Jacob M. Appel.  The importance of patient-provider communication in end-of-life care.
Adam Feltz and Stephanie Samayoa.  Heuristics and life-sustaining treatments.
Akram Heidari, Seyyed Hassan Adeli, Shiva Mehravaran and Fariba Asghari.  Addressing ethical considerations and authors’ conflict of interest disclosure in medical journals in Iran.
Judi L. Malone.  Professional ethics in context.
Daniel Sperling and Gabriel M. Gurman.  Factors encouraging and inhibiting organ donation in Israel.
Book Review
John Glad.  Jewish Eugenics.  Review by Rabbi Elliot Dorff and Israel Berger.
Hugh B. Urban.  The Church of Scientology: A History of a New Religion.  Review by Leigh E. Rich.
Case Studies
Eleanor Milligan.  Why narrative matters (but not exclusively) in bioethics education.
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Journal of Cognitive Neuorscience, Vol. 25, #1, 2012
Charles Gross.  Some revolutions in neuroscience.
Howard Eichenbaum.  What H.M. taught us.
Lynn Nadel, Siobhan Hoscheidt, and Lee R. Ryan.  Spatial cognition and the hippocampus: The anterior-posterior axis.
Emily J. Rogalski, Tamar Gefen, Junzi Shi, Mehrnoosh Samimi, Eileen Bigio, Sandra Weintraub, Changiz Geula, M. –Marsel Mesulam.  Youthful memory capacity in old brains: Anatomic and genetic clues from the Northwestern SuperAging Project.
Katherine Selzler, Michelle Burack, Ryan Bender, and Mark Mapstone.  BNeurophysiological correlates of motor and working memory performance following subthalamic nucleus stimulation.
Christopher I. Moore, Emilie Crosier, Douglas N. Greve, Robert Savoy, Michael M. Merzenich, and Anders M. Dale.  Neocortical correlates of vibrotactile detection in humans.
Janine D. Mendola and Athena Buckthought.  fMRI investigation of monocular pattern rivalry.
R. Nathan Spreng, Jorge Sepulcre, Gary R. Turner, W. Dale Stevens, and Daniel L. Schacter.  Intrinsic architecture underlying the relations among the default, dorsal attention, and frontoparietal control networks of the human brain.
Alisha C. Holland and Elizabeth A. Kensinger.  The neural correlates of cognitive reappraisal during emotional autobiographical memory recall.
Iglis Innocenti, Stefano F. Cappa, Matteo Feurra, Fabio Giovannelli, Emiliano Santarnecchi, Giovanni Bianco, Massimo Cincotta, and Simone Rossi.  TMS interference with primacy and recency mechanisms reveals bimodal episodic encoding in the human brain.
Su Keun Jeong and Yaoda Xu.  Neural representation of targets and distractors during object individuation and identification.
Joshua J. LaRocque, Jarrod A. Lewis-Peacock, Andrew T. Drysdale, Klaus Oberauer, and Bradley R. Postle.  Decoding attended information in short-term memory: An EEG study.
Alice Cronin-Golomb.  The elements of style: A tribute to Suzanne Corkin.
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Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 49, #1, 2012
Joel T. Johnson and Calvin Kyunghoon Kang.  The law of large numbers and beliefs about luck: As asymmetry in recognition of the risks and benefits of chance.
Jeanine L. SKorinko and Stacey A. Sinclair.  Perspective taking can increase stereotyping: The role of apparent stereotype confirmation.
Immo Fritsche, Eva Jones, Catharina Ablasser, Magdalena Beyer, Johannes Kuban, Anna-Marie Manger, and Marlene Schultz.  The power of we: Evidence for group-based control.
Deborah Son Holoien and Susan T. Fiske.  Downplaying positive impressions: Compensation between warmth and competence in impression management.
Lee Shepherd, Russell Spears, and Antony S.R. Manstead.  ‘This will bring shame on our nation’: The role of anticipated group-based emotions on collective action.
Juliana G. Breines and Serena Chen.  Activating the inner caregiver: The role of support-giving schemas in increasing state self-compassion.
Christine Ma-Kellams and Jim Blascovich.  The ironic effect of financial incentive on empathetic accuracy.
Juan M. Falomir-Pichastor and Natasha S. Frederic.  The dark side of heterogeneous ingroup identities: National identification, perceived threat, and prejudice against immigrants.
Jessica L. Alquist, Sarah E. Ainsworth, and Roy F. Baumeister.  Determined to conform: Disbelief in free will increases conformity.
Simon Schindler, Marc-Andre Reinhard, and Dagmar Stahlberg.  Tit for tat in the face of death: The effect of mortality salience on reciprocal behavior.
Arielle Silverman, Christine Logel, and Geoffrey L. Cohen.  Self-affirmation as a deliberate coping strategy: The moderating role of choice.
Julie Longua Peterson and Tracy DeHart.  Regulating connection: implicit self-esteem predicts positive non-verbal behavior during romantic relationship-threat.
Aaron M. Scherer, Paul D. WIndschitl, and Andrew R. Smith.  Hope to be right: Biased information seeking following arbitrary and informed predictions.
Yvette Assilamehou and Benoit Teste.  The effects of linguistic abstraction on evaluations of the speaker in an intergroup context: Using the linguistics intergroup bias makes you a good group member.
Bertram Gawronski and Kimberly A. Quinn.  Guilty by mere similarity: Assimilative effects of facial resemblance on automatic evaluation.
Francesco Foroni and Myron Rothbart.  Abandoning a label doesn’t make it disappear: The perseverance of labeling effects.
Jeffrey R. Huntsinger.  Narrowing down to the automatically activated attitude: A narrowed conceptual scope improves correspondence between implicitly and explicitly measured attitudes.
Monica Biernat and Amanda K. Sesko.  Communicating about others: Motivations and consequences of race-based impressions.
Rezarta Bilali and Johanna Ray Vollhardt. Priming effects of a reconciliation radio drama on historical perspective-taking in the aftermath of mass violence in Rwanda.
Flash Reports
Lindsay Hinzman and Spencer D. Kelly.  Effects of emotional body language on rapid out-group judgments.
Colleen M. Carpinella and Kerri L. Johnson.  Appearance-based politics: Sex-typed facial cues communicate political party affiliation.
Sascha Schwarz and Marie Singer.  Romantic red revisited: Red enhances men’s attraction to young, but not menopausal women.
Andrew J. Elliot, Jessica L. Tracy, Adam D. Pazda, and Alec T. Beall.  Red enhances women’s attractiveness to men: First evidence suggesting universality.
Yi-Tai Seih, Michael D. Buhrmester, Yi-Cheng Lin, Chin-Lan Huang, and William B. Swann Jr.  Do people want to be flattered or understood?  The cross-cultural universality of self-verification.
Ariana F. Young, Shira Gabriel, and Jordan L. Hollar.  Batman to the rescue!  The protective efforts of parasocial relationships with muscular superheroes on men’s body image.
Ivan Hernandez and Jesse Lee Preston.  Disfluency disrupts the information bias.
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Journal of Ethics, Vol. 16, #4, 2012
Uwe Steinhoff.  Rights, liability, and the moral equality of combatants.
Gunnar Bjornsson.  Do ‘objectivist’ features of moral discourse and thinking support moral objectivism?
Anders Schinkel.  Filial obligations: A contextual, pluralist model.
Jason Hanna.  Paternalism and the ill-informed agent.
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Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 41, #6, 2012
Eleonora Cresto.  A defense of temperate epistemic transparency.
Hanti Lin and Kevin T. Kelly.  Propositional reasoning that tracks probabilistic reasoning.
Katie Steele.  Testimony as evidence: More problems for linear pooling.
Seth Yalcin.  A counterexample to Modus Tollens.
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Kant-Studien, Vol. 103, #4, 2012
Melissa Zinkin.  Kant on negative magnitudes.
Mario Caimi.  The logical structure of time according to the chapter on the schematism.
Christophe Bouton.  Idealite transcendentale ou realite absolue du temps?  Temps du sujet et temps du monde chez Kant.
Jens Lemanski.  Die Konigin der Revolution.  Zur Rettung und Erhaltung der Kopernikanischen Wende.
Christian Helmut Wenzel.  Do negative judgments of taste have a priori grounds in Kant?
Philipp-Alexander Hirsch.  Wege zu Freiheit?  Offene Fragen der Kantischen Rechtsund politischen Philosophie.
Margit Ruffing.  Kant-Bibliographie 2010.
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Law and Philosophy, Vol. 31, #6, 2012
Ekow N. Yankah.  When justice can’t be done: The obligation to govern and rights in the state of terror.
Joanna Mary Firth and Jonathan Quong.  Necessity, moral liability, and defensive harm.
S. Matthew Liao.  Intentions and moral permissibility: The case of acting permissibly with bad intentions.
Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco.  Does Kelsen’s notion of legal normativity rest on a mistake?
Book Reviews
Douglas Husak.  The Philosophy of Criminal Law.  Review by R.A. Duff.
Ronald Dworkin.  Justice for Hedgehogs.  Review by William A. Edmundson.
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Nanoethics, Vol. 6, #3, 2012
Sophie Pelle and Vanessa Nurock.  Of nanochips and persons: Toward an ethics of diagnostic technology in personalized medicine.
Franc Mali, Toni Pustovrh, Blanka Groboljsek, and Christopher Coenen.  National ethics advisory bodies in the emerging landscape of responsible research and innovation.
Anna Julie Rasmussen, Mette Ebbesen, and Svend Andersen.  Nanoethics – a collaboration across disciplines.
Ana Viseu and Heather Maguire.  Integrating and enacting ‘social and ethical issues’ in nanotechnology practices.
Sarah R. Davies and Arianna Ferrari.  Introduction: S.NET and nanoethics.
Arianna Ferrari, Christopher Coenen, and Armin Grunwald.  Visions and ethics in current discourse on human enhancement.
Rider W. Foley, Ira Bennett, and Jameson M. Wetmore.  Practitioners’ views on responsibility: Applying nanoethics.
Sonia Desmoulin-Canselier.  What exactly is it all about?  Puzzled comments from a French legal scholar on the NBIC convergence.
Luigi Pellizzoni.  Strong will in a messy world: Ethics and the government of technoscience.
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Matthew D. Adler, Well-Being and Fair Distribution: Beyond Cost-Benefit Analysis. Reviewed by Mark Sagoff.
Sébastien Gandon, Russell's Unknown Logicism: A Study in the History and Philosophy of Mathematics. Reviewed by Kevin C. Klement.
Axel Seemann (ed.), Joint Attention: New Developments in Psychology, Philosophy of Mind, and Social Neuroscience. Reviewed by Sebastian Watzl.
Paul Thagard, The Cognitive Science of Science: Explanation, Discovery and Conceptual Change. Reviewed by Richard Samuels and Tim Fuller.
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Philosopher’s Imprint, Vol. 12, #18-19, 2012
Berislav Marušić. Belief and difficult action.
Laurence, Stephen; Margolis, Eric. Abstraction and the Origin of General Ideas.
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