Monday, February 25, 2013

February 25, 2013

Bioethics, Vol. 27, #3, 2013
The Developing Economies, Vol. 51, #1, 2013
Faith and Philosophy, Vol. 29, #4, 2012
Human Rights Review, Vol. 14, #1, 2013
Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy, Vol.1, #8, 2013
Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 30, #1, 2013
Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 40, #1, 2013
Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 39, #3, 2013
Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 21, #1, 2013
Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Vol. 31, #1, 2013
Law & Social Inquiry, Vol. 38, #1, 2013

Bioethics, Vol. 27, #3, 2013
Editorial
Udo Schuklenk.  Being a good academic citizen.
Articles
Steven H. Miles.  The new military medical ethics: Legacies of the Gulf Wars and the war on terror.
Ingmar Persson and Julian Savulescu.  Getting moral enhancement right: The desirability of moral bioenhancement.
Aasim I. Padela, Ahsan Arozullah, and Ebrahim Moosa.  Brain death in Islamic ethico-legal deliberation: Challenges for applied Islamic bioethics.
Felicitas Kraemer.  Ontology or phenomenology?  How the LVAD challenges the euthanasia debate.
Seema Shah, Rebecca Wolitz, and Ezekiel Emanuel.  Refocusing the responsiveness requirement.
Debate
Thomas Douglas.  Moral enhancement via direct emotion modulation: A reply to John Harris.
John Harris.  ‘Ethics is for bad guys!’ Putting the ‘moral’ into moral enhancement.
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The Developing Economies, Vol. 51, #1, 2013
Articles
Joseph Ramos, David Coble, Ricardo Elfernan, and Claudia Soto.  The impact of cognitive and noncognitive skills on professional salaries in an emerging economy, Chile.
Kitae Sohn.  Monetary and nonmonetary returns to education in Indonesia.
Kazunobu Hayakawa, Fukunari Kimura, and Hyun-Hoon Lee.  How does country risk matter for foreign direct investment?
Dan Zheng and Tatsuaki Kuroda.  The role of public infrastructure in China’s regional inequality and growth: A simultaneous equations approach.
Book Reviews
Masahiro Kawai, Peter J. Morgan, and Shinji Takagi.  Monetary and Currency Policy Management in Asia.  Review by Ramkishen S. Rajan.
Smita Srinivas.  Market Menagerie: Health and Development in Late Industrial States.  Review by Sudip Chaudhuri.
Xiaoming Huang.  The Institutional Dynamics of China’s Great Transformation.  Review by Zhe Ren.
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Faith and Philosophy, Vol. 29, #4, 2012
Articles
Stephen J. Wykstra and Timothy Perrine.  Foundations of skeptical theism: CORNEA, CORE, and conditional probabilities.
Alexander R. Pruss.  A counterexample to Plantinga’s free will defense.
Adam Green and Keith A. Quan.  More than inspired propositions: Shared attention and the religious text.
James A. Montmarquet.  In search of Jame’s middle path.
Wes Morriston.  Beginningless past and endless future: Reply to Craig.
Michael Rota.  Freedom and the necessity of the present: A reply to William Hasker.
William Hasker.  The present is necessary!  Rejoinder to Rota.
Reviews
Kai-Man Kwan.  The Rainbow of Experiences, Critical Trust and God: A Defense of Holistic Empiricism.  Review by Tyron Goldschmidt.
Nicholas Wolterstorff.  Inquiring About God: Selected Essays, Vol. 1 and Practices of Belief: Selected Essays, Vol. 2.  Review by R.T. Mullins.
Michael Murray.  Nature Red in Tooth and Claw: Theism and the Problem of Animal Suffering.  Review by Joseph J. Lynch.
Anastasia Philippa Scrutton.  Thinking Through Feeling: God, Emotion, and Passibility.  Review by Richard E. Creel.
Brian Davies.  The Reality of God and the Problem of Evil.  Review by R. Douglas Geivett.
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Human Rights Review, Vol. 14, #1, 2013
Articles
Noam Schimmel.  The place of human rights in American efforts to expand and universalize healthcare.
Lantz Fleming Miller.  Rights of self-delimiting peoples: Protecting those who want no part of us.
Book Reviews
James N. Green.  We Cannot Remain Silent: Opposition to the Brazilian Military Dictatorship in the United States.  Review by Alison J. Bruey.
Shareen Hertel and Kathryn Libal.  Human Rights in the United States: Beyond Exceptionalism.  Review by Geoffrey Harris.
Andrew Kolin.  State Power and Democracy: Before and During the Presidency of George W. Bush.  Review by Itai N. Sneh.
Stephanie Carvin.  Prisoners of America’s Wars: From the Early Republic to Guantanamo.  Review by Luca Follis.
Akira Iriye, Petra Goedde, and William I. Hitchcock.  The Human Rights Revolution: An International History.  Review by William Michael Schmidli.
Rene Lemarchand.  Forgotten Genocides: Oblivion, Denial, and Memory.  Review by Melanie O’Brien.
Michael Barnett.  Empire of Humanity: A History of Humanitarianism.  Review by Daniela Nascimento.
Elizabeth G. Ferris.  The Politics of Protection: The Limits of Humanitarian Action.  Review by David P/ Forsythe.
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Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy, Vol.1, #8, 2013
Articles

Jan Sebestik and Paul Rusnock. The Beytr├Ąge at 200: Bolzano's quiet revolution in the philosophy of mathematics. 
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Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 30, #1, 2013
Articles
Joseph Raz.  Death in our life.
Cei Maslen.  Keeping score for causal claims: Causal contextualism applied to a medical case.
Daniel Friedrich.  A duty to adopt?
Christopher Freiman.  Cosmopolitanism within borders: On behalf of charter cities.
Symposium on the Human Right to Subsistence
Rowan Cruft and Maksymilian Del Mar.  Introduction.
Charles Jones.  The human right to subsistence.
Saladin Meckled-Garcia.  Giving up the goods: Rethinking the human right to subsistence, institutional justice, and imperfect duties.
Simon Hope.  Subsistence needs, human rights, and imperfect duties.
Reviews
Benjamin McMyler.  Testimony, Trust, and Authority.  Review by Axel Gelfert.
J. Quong.  Liberalism Without Perfection.  Review by Andres Moles.
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Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 40, #1, 2013
Articles

Sabine Frerichs.  From credit to crisis: Max Weber, Karl Polanyi, and the other side of the coin.
Fred Block.  Relational work and the law: Recapturing the legal realist critique of market fundamentalism.
Roger Cotterrell.  Rethinking ‘embeddedness’: Law, economy, community.
Amanda Perry-Kessaris.  Anemos-ity, apatheia, enthousiasimos: An economic sociology of law and wind farm development in Cyprus.
Ritu Birla.  Maine (and Weber) against the grain: Towards a postcolonial geneaology of the corporate person.
Prabha Kotiswaran.  Do feminists need an economic sociology of law?
Kenneth Veitch.  Law, social policy, and the constitution of markets and profit making.
Andrew T.F. Lang.  The legal construction of economic rationalities?
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Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 39, #3, 2013
Editorials
Dominic Wilkinson.  Ventilating the debate: Elective ventilation revisited.
Julian Savulescu.  Elective ventilation and interests.
Elective Ventilation
John Coggon.  Elective ventilation for organ donation: Law, policy, and public ethics.
Andrew John McGee and Benjamin Peter White.  Is providing elective ventilation in the best interests of potential donors?
Antoine Baumann, Gerard Audibert, Caroline Guibert Lafaye, Louis Puybasset, Paul-Michel Mertes, and Frederique Claudot.  Elective non-therapeutic intensive care and the four principles of medical ethics.
Umang Jash Patel.  Advance statement of consent from patients with primary CNS tumors to organ donation and elective ventilation.
Pablo de Lora and Alicia Perez Blanco.  Current controversy: Dignifying death and the morality of elective ventilation.
Grant Gillett.  Honoring the donor: In death and in life.
Nathan Emmerich.  Elective ventilation and the politics of death.
Clinical Ethics
Samia A. Hurst, Maria Becerra, Arnaud Perrier, Noelle Junod Perron, Stephane Cochet, and Bernice Elger.  Including patients in resuscitation decisions in Switzerland: From doing more to doing better.
Charlotte Rosalind Blease.  Electroconvulsive therapy, the placebo effect, and informed consent.
Julie K. Hersh.  Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) from the patient’s perspective.
Charltote Blease.  Electroconvulsive therapy: The importance of informed consent and ‘placebo literacy.’
Justice
Trygve Ottersen.  Lifetime QALY prioritarianism in priority setting.
Research Ethics
Jonathan Ives, Sarah Damery, and Sabi Redwod.  PPI, paradoxes, and Plato: Who’s sailing the ship?
Kristina Staley.  There is no paradox with PPI in research.
Brief Report
Lawrence Arthur Hansen.  Institutional animal care and use committees need greater ethical diversity.
Ethics Briefing
Martin Davies, Sophie Brannan, Eleanor Chrispin, Veronica English, Rebecca Mussell, and Julian Sheather.  Ethics briefing.
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Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 21, #1, 2013
Articles
Jeremy Waldron.  Political political theory: An inaugural lecture.
Jaakko Kuosmanen.  Perfecting imperfect duties: The institutionalization of a universal right to asylum.
Patrick Tomlin.  Extending the golden thread?  Criminalisation and the presumption of innocence.
Cecile Laborde.  Political liberalism and religion: On separation and establishment.
Johan Tralau.  Incest and liberal neutrality.
Ian MacMullen.  Educating children to comply with laws.
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Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Vol. 31, #1, 2013
Articles
Jeffrey M. Warren.  School counselor consultation: Teachers’ experiences with rational emotive behavior therapy.
Tahira Jibeen.  Frustration intolerance beliefs as predictors of emotional problems in university undergraduates.
Boris Popov and Stanislava Popov.  Adverse working conditions, job insecurity, and occupational stress: The role of (ir)rational beliefs.
Windy Dryden.  On rational beliefs in rational emotive behavior therapy: A theoretical perspective.
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