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March 18, 2013

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Biology & Philosophy, Vol. 28, #2, 2013
Brain Imaging and Behavior, Vol. 7, #1, 2013
Ethics & Global, Vol. 6, #1, 2013
Foundations of Science, Vol. 18, #1, 2013
Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. 44, #1, 2013
Law & Policy, Vol. 35, #1-2, 2013
The Modern Law Review, Vol. 76, #2, 2013
Review of Policy Research, Vol. 30, #2, 2013
Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 19, #1, 2013
Synthese, Vol. 190, #4, 2013
Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Vol. 34, #1, 2013

Biology & Philosophy, Vol. 28, #2, 2013
Maureen A. O’Malley.  Philosophy and the microbe: A balancing act.
Alan C. Love and Michael Travisano.  Microbes modeling ontogeny.
Carol E. Cleland.  Pluralism or unity in biology: Could microbes hold the secret to life?
Emily C. Parke.  What could arsenic bacteria teach us about life?
Christophe Malaterre.  Microbial diversity and the “lower-limit” problem of biodiversity.
Daniel McDonald, Yoshiki Vazquez-Baeza, William A. Walters, J. Gregory Caporaso, and Rob Knight.  From molecules to dynamic biological communities.
Iratxe Zarraonaindia, Daniel P. Smith, and Jack A. Gilbert.  Beyond the genome: Community-level analysis of the microbial world.
Forest Rohwer and Katie Barott.  Viral information.
Maureen A. O’Malley, Alastair G.B. Simpson, and Andrew J. Roger.  The other eukaryotes in light of evolutionary protistology.
Marc Ereshefsky and Makmiller Pedroso.  Biological individuality: The case of biofilms.
W. Ford Doolittle.  Microbial neopleomorphism.
Review Paper
Eric Bapteste and John Dupre.  Towards a processual microbial ontology.
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Brain Imaging and Behavior, Vol. 7, #1, 2013
Esther L. Meerwijk, Judith M. Ford, and Sandra J. Weiss.  Brain regions associated with psychological pain: Implications for a neural network and its relationship to physical pain.
Sharna Jamadar, Natalie R. Powers, Shashwath A. Meda, Vince D. Calhoun, Joel Gelernter, Jeffrey R. Gruen, and Godfrey D. Pearlson.  Genetic influences of resting state fMRI activity in language-related brain regions in healthy controls and schizophrenia patients: a pilot study.
Helene Haker, Wolfram Kawohl, Uwe Herwig, and Wulf Rossler.  Mirror neuron activity during contagious yawning – an fMRI study.
Anna Abraham, Carolin Kaufmann, Ronny Redlich, Andrea Hermann, Rudolf Stark, Stephan Stevens, and Christiane Hermann.  Self-referential and anxiety-relevant information processing in subclinical social anxiety: an fMRI study.
David S. Bennett, Feroze B. Mohamed, Dennis P. Carmody, Muhammed Malik, Scott H. Faro, and Michael Lewis.  Prenatal tobacco exposure predicts differential brain function during working memory in early adolescence: A preliminary investigation.
Krishna T. Patel, Michael C. Stevens, Godfrey D. Pearlson, Anderson M. Winkler, Keith A. Hawkins, Pawel Skudlarski, and Lance O. Bauer.  Default mode network activity and white matter integrity in healthy middle-aged ApoE4 carriers.
Paul G. Nestor, Marek Kubicki, Motoaki Nakamura, Margaret Niznikiewicz, James J. Levitt, Martha E. Shenton, and Robert W. McCarley.  Neuropsychological variability, symptoms, and brain imaging in chronic schizophrenia.
Arthur P. Shimamura, Diane E. Marian, and Andrew L. Haskins.  Neural correlates of emotional regulation while viewing films.
Jan Van Hecke, Thomas Edward Gladwin, Jean Coremans, Marianne Destoop, Wouter Hulstijn, and Bernard Sabbe.  Towards a solution for performance related confounds: Frontal, striatal, and parietal activation during a continuous spatiotemporal working memory manipulation task.
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Ethics & Global, Vol. 6, #1, 2013
Daniel H. Levine.  Some considerations for civilian-peacekeeper protection alliances.
Adam Hosein.  Immigration and freedom of movement.
Aleksandar Jokic.  Go local: morality and international activism.
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Foundations of Science, Vol. 18, #1, 2013
Ruth E. Kastner.  De Broglie waves as the “bridge of becoming” between quantum theory and relativity.
Massimiliano Sassoli de Bianchi.  The quantum machine, the k-model, and the non-ordinary spatiality of quantum entities.
Piotr Blaszczyk, Mikhail G. Katz, and David Sherry.  Ten misconceptions from the history of analysis and their debunking.
Robert Rosenberger.  Mediating Mars: Perceptual experience and scientific imaging technologies.
Carlo Cellucci.  Top-down and bottom-up philosophy of mathematics.
Mikhail G. Katz and David Tall.  A Cauchy-dirac delta function.
M. Ferrero, V. Gomez Pin, D. Salgado, J.L. Sanchez-Gomez.  A further review of the incompatibility between classical principles and quantum postulates.
Gustavo E. Romero.  From change to spacetime: An eleatic journey.
Kurt Vanhoutte.  Luddite interventions: On the poetics of catastrophe and the art of criticism.
Dominiek Hoens.  What is new about new media?
Robrecht Vanderbeeken.  Virtual invaders.
J. Macgregor Wise.  The politics of care.
Renee van de Vall.  Promises of presence.
Ike Kamphof.  Thinking (-animal-technology-human-) touch.
Tom Paulus.  Movements of discovery: The pragmatics of practice-based research.
Sigrid Merx.  From doing to performing phenomenology: Implications and possibilities.
Kurt Vanhoutte and Nele Wynants.  Dealing with the ghost: Phantasmagorical apparitions of Bertolt Brecht.
Stephen Read.  Technology as in-between.
Andrew Benjamin.  Architecture and technology: A discontinuous relation.
Soren Riis.  Reframing architecture.
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Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. 44, #1, 2013
Symposium on Rights and Recognitions
Rex Martin.  Human rights and the social recognition thesis.
John Deigh.  Human rights as political rights: A critique.
David Lyons.  The social dimension of rights.
Alisair M. Macleod.  Rights and recognition: The case of human rights.
Original Articles
Amandine Catala.  Remedial theories of secession and territorial justification.
Oscar Londono.  A retributive critique of racial bias and arbitrariness in capital punishment.
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Law & Policy, Vol. 35, #1-2, 2013
Ronald Holzhacker.  State-sponsored homophobia and the denial of the right of assembly in Central and Eastern Europe: the “boomerang” and the “richochet” between European organizations and civil society to uphold human rights.
David Levi-Faur.  The Odyssey of the regulatory state: From a “thin” monomorphic concept to a “thick” and polymorphic concept.
Michelle S. Phelps.  The paradox of probation: Community supervision in the age of mass incarceration.
John Howe, Tess Hardy, and Sean Cooney.  Mandate, discretion, and professionalization in an employment standards enforcement agency: An antipodean experience.
Judith Van Erp.  Messy business: Media representations of administrative sanctions for corporate offenders.
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The Modern Law Review, Vol. 76, #2, 2013
Michael A. Wilkinson.  Political constitutionalism and the European Union.
Sarah Nason and Maurice Sunkin.  The regionalization of judicial review: Constitutional authority, access to justice, and specialization of legal services in public law.
Christina Eckes.  EU accession to the ECHR: between autonomy and adaptation.
Donal Nolan.  Negligence and human rights law: The case for separate development.
Ole W. Pedersen.  Environmental enforcement undertakings and possible implications: Responsive, smarter, or rent-seeking?
Findlay Stark.  Wiping the slate clean: Reforming Scots Law’s approach to evidence of the accused’s bad character.
Natasa Mavronicola.  Guler and Ongel v. Turkey: Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights and Strasbourg’s discourse on the justified use of force.
Iyiola Solanke.  Another type of “other” in EU law?  AB (2) MVC v Home Office and Rahman v. Secretary of State for the Home Office.
Review Article
Sean Coyle.  Legality and the liberal order.
Book Reviews
Alan Paterson.  Lawyers and the Public Good: Democracy in Action?  Review by Michael Blackwell.
Pinar Akman.  The Concept of Abuse in EU Competition Law: Law and Economic Approaches.  Review by Pablo Ibanez Colomo.
Jens Scherpe.  Martial Agreements and Private Autonomy in Comparative Perspective.  Review by Rebecca Probert.
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Gary Chartier, Anarchy and Legal Order: Law and Politics for a Stateless Society. Reviewed by Jason Brennan.
Maria Cristina Amoretti and Nicla Vassallo (eds.), Reason and Rationality. Reviewed by Amber L. Griffioen
Maria Baghramian (ed.), Reading Putnam. Reviewed by Cory Juhl
Leila Haaparanta and Heikki J. Koskinen (eds.), Categories of Being: Essays on Metaphysics and Logic. Reviewed by Stephen Read.
Richard Kraut, Against Absolute Goodness. Reviewed by Nomy Arpaly.
James Lenman and Yonatan Shemmer (eds.), Constructivism in Practical Philosophy. Reviewed by Ben Laurence.  
Glen Pettigrove, Forgiveness and Love. Reviewed by Jeremy David Bendik-Keymer.
Gerhard Preyer (ed.), Donald Davidson on Truth, Meaning, and the Mental. Reviewed by José Luis Bermúdez.
Vasso Kindi and Theodore Arabatzis (eds.), Kuhn's The Structure of Scientific Revolutions Revisited. Reviewed by K. Brad Wray.
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Review of Policy Research, Vol. 30, #2, 2013
Peter J. May and Chris Koski.  Addressing public risks: Extreme events and critical infrastructures.
Patrick Bayer and Johannes Urpelainen.  Funding global public goods: The dark side of multilateralism.
Ashlie Delshad and Leigh Raymond.  Media framing and public attitudes toward biofuels.
Archanun Kohpaiboon and Juthathip Jongwanich.  International production networks, clusters, and industrial upgrading: Evidence from automotive and hard disk drive industries in Thailand.
Simon Matti and Annica Sandstrom.  The defining elements of advocacy coalitions: Continuing the search for explanations for coordination and coalition structures.
Book Reviews
Gregory White.  Climate Change and Migration: Security and Borders in a Warming World.  Review by Jeannie Sowers.
Paul F. Steinberg and Stacy D. VanDeveer.  Comparative Environmental Politics: Theory, Practice, and Prospects.  Review by Jennifer Dabbs Sciubba.
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Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 19, #1, 2013
Peter Williams and Elizabeth Wager.  Exploring why and how journal editors retract articles: Findings from a qualitative study.
Ramon Queralto.  Ethics as a beneficial Trojan horse in a technological society.
Pak-Hang Wong.  Technology, recommendation and design: On being a ‘paternalistic’ philosopher.
Rebecca Ann Lind and Tammy Swenson-Lepper.  Measuring sensitivity to conflicts of interest: A preliminary test of method.
David J. Kijowski, Harry Dankowicz, and Michael C. Loui.  Observations on the responsible development and use of computational models and simulations.
Louise Bezuidenhout.  Data sharing and dual-use issues.
Gregorio Moreno-Rueda.  How frequently do allegations of scientific misconduct occur in ecology and evolution, and what happens afterwards?
Nabeel Manzar, Bushra Manzar, Nuzhat Hussain, M. Fawwad Ahmed Hussain, and Sajjad Raza.  The ethical dilemma of embryonic stem cell research.
M.A. Crook.  The risks of absolute medical confidentiality.
Yvette Pearson and Jason Borenstein.  The intervention of robot caregivers and the cultivation of children’s capability to play.
Edoardo Datteri.  Predicting the long-term effects of human-robot interaction: A reflection on responsibility in medical robots.
Vincent Menuz, Thierry Hurlimann, and Beatrice Godard.  Is human enhancement also a personal matter?
Josep M. Basart and Montse Serra.  Engineering ethics beyond engineers’ ethics.
Donna Riley.  Hidden in plain view: Feminists doing engineering ethics, engineers doing feminist ethics.
Sven Diekmann and Martin Peterson.  The role of non-epistemic values in engineering models.
Tricia Bertram Gallant, Michael Anderson, and Christine Killoran.  Academic integrity in a mandatory physics lab: The influence of post-graduate aspirations and grade point averages.
Diane Michelfelder and Sharon A. Jones.  Sustaining engineering codes of ethics for the twenty-first century.
Michael Davis and Matthew W. Keefer.  Getting started: Helping a new profession develop an ethics program.
Chase E. Thiel, Shane Connelly, Lauren Harkrider, Lynn D. Devenport, Zhanna Bagdasarov, James F. Johnson, and Michael D. Mumford.  Case-based knowledge and ethics education: Improving learning and transfer through emotionally rich cases.
George Wang and Russell G. Thompson.  Incorporating global components into ethics education.
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Synthese, Vol. 190, #4, 2013
Luca Tummolini, Giulia Andrighetto, Cristiano Castelfranchi, and Rosaria Conte.  A convention or (tacit) agreement betwixt us: on reliance and its normative consequences.
Tomasz Bigaj.  How to evaluate counterfactuals in the quantum world.
Berit Brogaard and Joe Salerno.  Remarks on counterpossibles.
John Cantwell.  Conditionals in causal decision theory.
Vladan Djordjevic.  Similarity and contenability.
Ulrich Meyer.  Modal property comprehension.
Neil Tennant.  Parts, classes, and Parts of Classes: an anti-realist reading of Lewisian mereology.
Alessandro Torza.  How to Lewis a Kripke-Hintikka.
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Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Vol. 34, #1, 2013
Fredrik Svenaeus.  The relevance of Heidegger’s philosophy of technology for biomedical ethics.
Stephanie R. Soloman.  Protecting and respecting the vulnerable: existing regulations or further protections?
Stephen Napier.  Challenging research on human subjects: Justice and uncompensated harms.
Book Reviews
Fred Gifford.  Philosophy of Medicine.  Review by Alexander Bird.
Barbara Maier and Warren A. Shibles.  The Philosophy and Practice of Medicine and Bioethics: A Naturalistic-Humanistic Approach.  Review by Francesca Marin.
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