Monday, March 25, 2013

March 25, 2013

Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, Vol. 95, #1, 2013
British Journal for the History of Science, Vol. 46, #1, 2012
Cognitive Therapy and Research, Vol. 37, #2, 2013
Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 46, #4, 2012
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 112, #4, 2013
Journal of Politics, Vol. 75, #1, 2013
Kant-Studien, Vol. 103, #4, 2012
Logic Journal of the IGPL, Vol. 21, #2, 2013
Nursing Philosophy, Vol. 14, #2, 2013
Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 63, #251, 2013
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 163, #1, 2013
Political Studies, Vol. 61, SUPPLEMENT 1, 2013
Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 6, #1, 2013
Southern Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 51, #1, 2013
Synthese, Vol. 190, #5, 2013
Synthese, Vol. 190, #6, 2013
Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 30, #2, 2013

Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, Vol. 95, #1, 2013
Sydney Penner.  Free and rational: Suarez on the will.
Jens Timmermann.  Kantian dilemmas?  Moral conflict in Kant’s ethical theory.
Stefan Lang.  Fichtes deuktion praktischer spontaneitat.
Daniel Eggers.  Does status matter?  The contradictions in Locke’s account of the state of nature.
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British Journal for the History of Science, Vol. 46, #1, 2012
Gideon Manning.  Descartes and the Bologna affair.
Michael Heffernan and Heike Jons.  Research travel and disciplinary identities in the University of Cambridge, 1885-1955.
Kathleen S. Murphy.  To make Florida answer to its name: John Ellis, Bernard Romans, and the Atlantic science of British West Florida.
Thomas J. Anderson.  Aepyornis as moa: Giant birds and global connections in nineteenth-century science.
Carin Berkowitz.  Systems of display: The making of anatomical knowledge in Enlightenment Britain.
Michael Rectenwald.  Secularism and the cultures of nineteenth-century scientific naturalism.
Neil Tarrant.  Giambattista Della Porta and the Roman Inquisition: censorship and the definition of nature’s limits in sixteenth-century Italy.
Simon Werrett.  Recycling in early modern science.
Irina Podgorny.  Fossil dealers, the practices of comparative anatomy, and British diplomacy in Latin America, 1820-1840.
Henry M. Cowles.  A Victorian extinction: Alfred Newton and the evolution of animal protection.
Leslie Tomory.  Fostering a new industry in the Industrial Revolution: Boulton and Watt and gaslight 1800-1812.
Jonathan D. Oldfield and Denis J.B. Shaw.  V.I. Vernadskii and the development of biogeochemical understandings of the biosphere, c.1880s-1968.
Timothy Larsen.  E.B. Tylor, religion, and anthropology.
C.R.C. Baxfield.  ‘To mend the scheme of Providence’: Benajmin Franklin’s electrical heterodoxy.
Amos Morris-Reich.  Anthropology, standardization and measurement: Rudolf Martin and anthropometric photography.
Carolyn Merchant.  Francis Bacon and the ‘vexations of art’: experimentation as intervention.
Robert Bud.  Life, DNA, and the model.
Frans Lundgren.  The politics of participation: Francis Galton’s anthropometric laboratory and the making of civic selves.
Joseph L. Yannielli.  A Yaghan for the killing: murder, memory, and Charles Darwin.
John McAleer.  ‘Stargazers at the world’s end’: Telescopes, observatories, and ‘views’ of empire in the nineteenth-century British Empire.
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Cognitive Therapy and Research, Vol. 37, #2, 2013
Kristin E. Fitch and Jesse R. Cougle.  An evaluation of obsessive beliefs as predictors of performance on in vivo assessments of obsessive-compulsive symptoms.
Jesse R. Cougle, Christine Purdon, Kristin E. Fitch, and Kirsten A. Hawkins.  Clarifying relations between thought-action fusion, religiosity, and obsessive-compulsive symptoms through consideration of intent.
Jennie M. Kuckertz, Nader Amir, Anastacia C. Tobin, and Sadia Najmi.  Interpretation of ambiguity in individuals with obsessive-compulsive symptoms.
Amanda H. Gill, Costas Papageorgiou, Sarah L. Gaskell, and Adrian Wells.  Development and preliminary validation of the thought control questionnaire for adolescents (TCQ-A).
Naomi Koerner, Martin M. Antony, Lisa Young, and Randi E. McCabe.  Changes in beliefs about the social competence of self and others following group cognitive-behavioral treatment.
Tatiana Bielak and David A. Moscovitch.  How do I measure up?  The impact of observable signs of anxiety and confidence on interpersonal evaluations in social anxiety.
Tessa E. Wimberley and Michael J. Stasio.  Perfectionistic thoughts, personal standards, and evaluative concerns: Further investigating relationships to psychological distress.
Graham C. L. Davey, Rebecca Sired, Sarah Jones, Frances Meeten, and Suzanne R. Dash.  The role of facial feedback in the modulation of clinically-relevant ambiguity resolution.
Annette Schroder, Jens Heider, Alexandra Zaby, and Richard Gollner.  Cognitive behavioral therapy versus progressive muscle relaxation training for multiple somatoform symptoms: Results of a randomized controlled trial.
Timothy Bird, Warren Mansell, Chris Dickens, and Sara Tai.  Is there a core process across depression and anxiety?
Michel A. Thibodeau, R. Nicholas Carleton, Kelsey C. Collimore, and Gordon J.G. Asmundson.  From higher-order to underlying constructs: Examining the relationships between affect and fundamental fears.
Kristina J. Korte and Norman B. Schmidt.  High-risk feedback: A brief intervention to increase motivation to change anxiety.
Martin Wolgast, Lars-Gunnar Lundh, and Gardar Viborg.  Cognitive restructuring and acceptance: An empirically grounded conceptual analysis.
Thomas A. Fergus, Joseph R. Bardeen, and Holly K. Orcutt.  Experiential avoidance and negative emotional experiences: The moderating role of expectancies about emotion regulation strategies.
R. Kathryn McHugh, Elizabeth K. Reynolds, Teresa M. Leyro, and Michael W. Otto.  An examination of the association of distress intolerance and emotion regulation with avoidance.
David Burns, Henry Westra, Mickey Trockel, and Aaron Fisher.  Motivation and changes in depression.
Jaclyn Stillmaker and Tim Kasser.  Instruction in problem-solving skills increases the hedonic balance of highly neurotic individuals.
Les A. Gellis and Aesoon Park.  Nighttime thought control strategies and insomnia severity.
Tania M. Lincoln, Felicitas Hohenhaus, and Maike Hartmann.  Can paranoid thoughts be reduced by targeting negative emotions and self-esteem?  An experimental investigation of a brief compassion-focused intervention.
Young-Chul Chung, Kil-Sang Yoon, Tae-Won Park, Jong-Chul Yang, and Keun-Young Oh.  Group cognitive-behavioral therapy for early psychosis.
Konrad Bresin, Ryan L. Boyd, Scott Ode, and Michael D. Robinson.  Egocentric perceptions of the environment in primary, but not secondary, psychopathy.
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Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 46, #4, 2012
Vladimir J. Konecni.  Empirical psycho-aesthetics and her sisters: Substantive and methodological issues – Part I.
S.K. Wertz.  The end of art revisited.
Mark Silcox.  On the value of make-believe.
Alessandra Stradella.  The fiction of the standard of taste: David Hume on the social constitution of beauty.
Kyle Hunter and Deborah Barnbaum.  Pragmatic aesthetics and the autistic artist.
Rebecca Gould.  Philogoy, education, democracy.
Yi-hui Huang.  The digital sublime: Lessons from Kelli Connell’s Double Life.
Hui Zou.  The idea of labyrinth (Migong) in Chinese building tradition.
B.S. Funch, L.L. Kroyer, T. Roald, and E. Wildt.  Long-term effect of aesthetic education on visual awareness.
Essay Review
John Gibson.  Selves on selves: The philosophical significance of autobiography.
Book Review
Rika Burnham and Elliott Kai-Kee.  Teaching in the Art Museum: Interpretation as Experience.  Review by Jane Blanken-Webb.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 112, #4, 2013
Special issue on The 17th Annual International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference (2010)
Invited Contribution
Ian A. Smith.  On explaining individual and corporate culpability in the global climate change era.
Scott R. Paeth.  The responsibility to lie and the obligation to report.
Johannes Brinkmann.  Combining risk and responsibility perspectives: First steps.
James J. Angel and Douglas McCabe.  Fairness in financial markets: The case of high frequency trading.
Kelly Richmond Pope and Chih-Chen Lee.  Could the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 be helpful in reforming corporate America? An investigation on financial bounties and whistle-blowing behaviors in the private sector.
James Weber and David M. Wasieleski.  Corporate ethics and compliance programs: A report, analysis, and critique.
George Lan, Chike Okechuku, He Zhang, and Jianan Cao.  Impact of job satisfaction and personal values on the work orientation of Chinese accounting practitioners.
Thomas A. Klein and Gene R. Laczniak.  Implications of Caritas in Veritate for marketing and business ethics.
Geert Demuijnck and Hubert Ngnodjom.  Responsibility and informal CSR in formal Cameroonian SMEs.
K. Kathy Dhanda.  Case study in the evolution of sustainability: Baxter International Inc.
Maria Cecilia C. de Arruda and Luiza Granado.  Small-sized suppliers entering large markets: An ethical initiative of  the Caras do Brasil program.
Marco Tavanti.  Before microfinance: The social value of microsavings in Vincentian poverty reduction.
Thomas C. Berry and Joan C. Junkus.  Socially responsible investing: An investor perspective.
Robert Strand.  The chief officer of corporate social responsibility: A study of its presence in top management teams.
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Journal of Politics, Vol. 75, #1, 2013
Dennis Chong and James N. Druckman.  Counterframing effects.
Rafaela M. Dancygier and Michael J. Donnelly.  Sectoral economies, economic contexts, and attitudes toward immigration.
Peter VonDoepp and Daniel J. Young.  Assaults on the fourth estate: Explaining media harassment in Africa.
John D. Griffin and Brian Newman.  Voting power, policy representation, and disparities in voting’s rewards.
Matt Grossmann.  The variable politics of the policy process: Issue-area differences and comparative networks.
Christian List, Robert C. Luskin, James S. Fishkin, and Iain McLean.  Deliberation, single-peakedness, and the possibility of meaningful democracy: Evidence from deliberative polls.
Johannes Karreth and Jaroslav Tir.  International institutions and civil war prevention.
Michael Tesler.  The return of old-fashioned racism to white Americans’ partisan preferences in the early Obama era.
Ruth Abbey and Jeff Spinner-Halev.  Rawls, Mill, and the puzzle of political liberalism.
Juan Pablo Micozzi.  Does electoral accountability make a difference?  Direct elections, career ambition, and legislative performance in the Argentine senate.
Tom S. Clark and Jonathan P. Kastellec.  The supreme court and percolation in the lower courts: An optimal stopping model.
Joel Alden Schlosser.  “Hope, danger’s comforter”: Thucydides, hope, politics.
Tana Johnson.  Institutional design and bureaucrats’ impact on political control.
Mark D. Ramirez.  The policy origins of congressional approval.
Sarah F. Anzia and Molly C. Jackman.  Legislative organization and the second face of power: Evidence from U.S. state legislatures.
Joshua D. Kertzer.  Making sense of isolationism: Foreign policy mood as a multilevel phenomenon.
Michael S. Rocca and Stacy B. Gordon.  Earmarks as a means and an end: the link between earmarks and campaign contributions in the U.S. house of representatives.
Daniel DiLeo.  Tragedy against tyranny.
Costas Panagopoulos.  Extrinsic rewards, intrinsic motivation and voting.
Leonardo Baccini and Johannes Urpelainen.  Strategic side payments: Preferential trading agreements, economic reform and foreign aid – Errata.
S.A. Lloyd.  Morality in the Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes: Cases in the Law of Nature.  Review by Christopher Scott McClure.
Iris Marion Young.  Responsibility for Justice.  Review by Jeffrey Flynn.
Meredith Rolfe.  Voter Turnout: A Social Theory of Political Participation.  Review by David A. Siegel.
Daniel Di Salvo.  Engines of Change: Party Factions in American Politics, 1868-2010.  Review by Mark Scully.
Brian C. Rathbun.  Trust in International Cooperation: International Security Institutions, Domestic Politics and American Multilateralism.  Review by Alexandru Grigorescu.
Kathryn C. Lavelle.  Legislating International Organization: The US Congress, the IMF, and the World Bank.  Review by Byungwon Woo.
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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 transcendantale 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 zur Freiheit?  Offene Fragen der Kantischen Rechtsund politischen Philosophie.
Margit Ruffing.  Kant-Bibliografie 2010.
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Logic Journal of the IGPL, Vol. 21, #2, 2013
Frederik Van de Putte and Christian Straber.  Three formats of prioritized adaptive logics: A comparative study.
Hugo Luiz Mariano and Francisco Miraglia.  The Boolean and profinite hulls of reduced special groups.
Petr Hajek.  Some remarks on Cantor-Lukasiewicz fuzzy set theory.
Vladimir V. Rybakov.  Writing out unifiers for formulas with coefficients in intuitionistic logic.
Wojciech Dzik, Jouni Jarvinen, and Michiro Kondo.  Intuitionistic modal logic with a galois connection has the finite model property.
Vladimir Rybakov.  Unifiers in transitive modal logics for formulas with coefficients (meta-variables).
Leszek Jaworski.  From the research on logics without tautologies (part 1).
Leszek Jaworski.  From the research on logics without tautologies (part 2).
Leszek Jaworski.  From the research on logics without tautologies (part 3).
Shasha Huang, Qingguo Li, and Pascal Hitzler.  Reasoning with inconsistencies in hybrid MKNF knowledge bases.
Marie Duzi and Bjorn Jespersen.  Procedural isomorphism, analytic information, and B-conversion by value.
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William P. Kabasenche, Michael O'Rourke, and Matthew H. Slater (eds.), The Environment: Philosophy, Science, and Ethics. Reviewed by Kendy M. Hess.
Franck Laloë, Do We Really Understand Quantum Mechanics? Reviewed by Valia Allori.
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Nursing Philosophy, Vol. 14, #2, 2013
Barbara Pesut.  If time is relative… then why don’t we have enough of it?
Jeanne Boge, Kjell Kristoffersen, and Kari Martinsen.  Bodily cleanliness in modern nursing.
Franco A. Carnevale.  Charles Taylor, hermeneutics, and Social Imaginaries: a framework for ethics research.
Giles Birchley.  Doctor?  Who?  Nurses, patient’s best interests, and treatment withdrawal: when no doctor is available, should nurses withdraw treatment from patients?
Roger A. Newham.  An internal morality of nursing: What it can and cannot do.
Stina Oresland, Kim Lutzen, Astrid Norberg, Birgit H. Rasmussen, and Sylvia Maatta.  Nurses as ‘guests’ – a study of a concept in light of Jacques Derrida’s philosophy of hospitality.
Eva Gjengedal, Else Mari Ekra, Hege Hol, Marianne Kjelsvik, Else Lykkeslet, Ragnhild Michaelsen, Aud Oroy, Torill Skrondal, Hildegunn Sundal, Solfrid Vatne, and Kjersti Wogn-Henriksen.  Vulnerability in health care – reflections on encounters in every day practice.
Essay Prize Winner
Em M. Pijl-Zieber.  Doctors’ orders and the language of representation.
Pamela G. Reed and Nelma B. Crawford Shearer.  Nursing Knowledge and Theory Innovation: Advancing the Science of Practice.  Review by Ann L. Whall.
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Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 63, #251, 2013
Kimberley Brownlee.  A human right against social deprivation.
Andrew Franklin-Hall.  On becoming an adult: autonomy and the moral relevance of life’s stages.
Andrew Jordan.  Reasons, holism, and virtue theory.
Ned Markosian.  Two puzzles about mercy.
Charlie Pelling.  Assertion and the provision of knowledge.
Jason Turner.  Existence and many-one identity.
Barbara Vetter.  Multi-track dispositions.
Tzachi Zamir.  Unethical acts: Winner of the Philosophical Quarterly essay prize 2012.
Juan Comesana.  On a puzzle about withholding.
Book Reviews
Catarina Dutilh Novaes.  Formal Languages in Logic, A Philosophical and Cognitive Analysis.  Review by Tarek R. Besold, Martin Aher, Ulf Krumnack, and Martin Schmidt.
Douglas Ehring.  Tropes: Properties, Objects, and Mental Causation.  Review by Tuomas E. Tahko.
Robert N. Johnson.  Self-Improvement: An Essay in Kantian Ethics.  Review by Melissa Seymour Fahmy.
Mark Schroeder.  Slaves of the Passions.  Review by James Lenman.
Lawrence Nolan.   Primary and Secondary Qualities: The Historical and Ongoing Debate.  Review by Mark Tebbit.
David Enoch.  Taking Morality Seriously: A Defense of Robust Realism.  Review by Ralph Wedgwood.
Terry Pinkard.  Hegel’s Naturalism: Mind, Nature, and the Final Ends of Life.  Review by Robert Stern.
Fred Feldman.  What Is This Thing Called Happiness?  Review by Anthony Skelton.
Mark C. Murphy.  God and Moral Law: On the Theistic Explanation of Morality.  Review by Christian Miller.
Gregorio Piaia and Giovanni Santinello.  Models of the History of Philosophy, Vol. II: From the Cartesian Age to Brucker.  Review by Mogens Laerke.
Keith Ward.  The Philosopher and the Gospels: Jesus Through the Lens of Philosophy.  Review by John Cottingham.
Noel Carroll and John Gibson.  Narrative, Emotion, and Insight.  Review by Damien Freeman.
Philip Kitcher.  Science in a Democratic Society.  Review by John Dupre.
Andrew Sneddon.  Like-Minded: Externalism and Moral Psychology.  Review by Tom Roberts.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 163, #1, 2013
Special Issue: Selected papers from the American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, 2012 Meeting
Justin D’Arms.  Value and the regulation of the sentiments.
Christopher Hom and Jeremy Schwartz.  Unity and the Frege-Geach problem.
Adam Pautz.  Do the benefits of naïve realism outweigh the costs?  Comments on fish, perception, hallucination, and illusion.
M.G.F. Martin.  Shibboleth: some comments on William Fish’s Perception, Hallucination, and Illusion.
Susanna Schellenberg.  Perceptual content and relations.
William Fish.  Perception, hallucination, and illusion: Reply to my critics.
Matthew J. Brown.  The source and status of values for socially responsible science.
Hugh Lacey.  Rehabilitating neutrality.
Elizabeth Potter.  Scientific judgment and agonistic pluralism.
Janet A. Kourany.  Meeting the challenges to socially responsible science: Reply to Brown, Lacey, and Potter.
Michael McKenna.  Source compatibilism and that pesky ability to do otherwise: Comments on Dana Nelkin’s Making Sense of Freedom and Responsibility.
Daniel Speak.  On the possibility of making even more sense of freedom and responsibility.
Dana Kay Nelkin.  Replies to critics.
Douglas V. Porpora.  How many thoughts are there?  Or why we likely have no Tegmark duplicates 10^10^115m away.
Alicia Finch.  On behalf of the consequence argument: time, modality, and the nature of free action.
Anthony Brueckner and Christopher T. Buford.  Becker on epistemic luck.
Todd Calder.  Is evil just very wrong?
Kevin Morris.  On two arguments for subset inheritance.
Jamin Asay.  Truthmaking, metaethics, and creeping minimalism.
Marcus P. Adams.  Explaining the theory of mind deficit in autism spectrum disorder.
Raamy Majeed.  Pleading ignorance in response to experiential primitivism.
Peter J. Markie.  Rational intuition and understanding.
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Political Studies, Vol. 61, SUPPLEMENT 1, 2013
Special Issue: Online Only Supplement on Parties and Elections
Geoffrey Evans and Kat Chzhen.  Explaining voters’ defection from Labour over the 2005-10 electoral cycle: Leadership, economics, and the rising importance of immigration.
Kostas Gemenis.  What to do (and not to do) with the comparative manifestos project data.
Jelle W. Boumans, Hajo G. Boomgaarden, and Rens Vliegenthart.  Media personalization in context: A cross-national comparison between the UK and the Netherlands, 1992-2007.
Catherine Bolzendahl and Hilde Coffe.  Are ‘good’ citizens ‘good’ participants?  Testing citizenship norms and political participation across 25 nations.
Robert Johns, James Mitchell, and Christopher J. Carman.  Constitution or competence?  The SNP’s re-election in 2011.
Ron Johnston, Charles Pattie, Justin Fisher, David Cutts, and Edward Fieldhouse.  The long and the short of it: Local campaigning at the British 2010 general election.
Christopher Wlezien, Will Jennings, Stephen Fisher, Robert Ford, and Mark Pickup.  Polls and the vote in Britain.
Nicholas Allen, Judith Bara, and John Bartle.  Rules, strategies, and words: The content of the 2010 prime ministerial debates.
Richard S. Copley and Charles Dahan.  Legislative behavior in the Northern Ireland Assembly, 2007-11: Conflict and consensus in a developing consociational democracy.
Pablo Simon.  The combined impact of decentralization and personalism on the nationalization of party systems.
Duncan McDonnell.  Silvio Berlusconi’s personal parties: From Forza Italia to the Popolo della Liberta.
Maciej A. Gorecki.  Election closeness, habit formation, and voter turnout: Evidence from sixteen Swedish elections.
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Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 6, #1, 2013
Solomon Feferman.  Foundations of unlimited category theory: What remains to be done.
Geoffrey Hellman.  Neither categorical nor set-theoretic foundations.
Elaine Landry.  The genetic versus the axiomatic method: Responding to Feferman 1977.
Jean-Pierre Marquis.  Categorical foundations of mathematics, or how to provide foundations for abstract mathematics.
Colin McLarty.  Foundations as truths which organize mathematics.
John T. Baldwin.  Formalization, primitive concepts, and purity.
Taishi Kurahashi.  Arithmetical interpretations and Kripke frames of predicate modal logic of provability.
Charles McCarty.  Antirealism and constructivism: Brouwer’s weak counterexamples.
Hu Liu and Xuefeng Wen.  On formalizing causation based on constant conjunction theory.
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Southern Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 51, #1, 2013
Roberto Frega.  Rehabilitating warranted assertibility: Moral inquiry and the pragmatic basis of objectivity.
Stephen H. Daniel.  Berkeley’s doctrine of mind and the “black list hypothesis”: A dialogue.
Melany Banks.  Individual responsibility for climate change.
Reid D. Blackman.  Intentionality and compound accounts of the emotions.
Gary Gutting.  Precis of What Philosophers Know.
Joseph Margolis.  Venturing beyond analytic philosophy’s “best” arguments to the implied inadequacies of its metaphilosophical intuitions.
William G. Lycan.  On two main themes in Gutting’s What Philosophers Know.
David Henderson.  Entitlement in Gutting’s epistemology of philosophy: Comments on What Philosophers Know.
Gary Gutting.  Replies to Margolis, Lycan, and Henderson.
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Synthese, Vol. 190, #5, 2013
Synthese Conference on Epistemology and Economics
Jeffrey Helzner.  Epistemology and economics.
Franz Dietrich and Christian List.  Reasons for (prior) belief in Bayesian epistemology.
Line Eriksson and Wlodek Rabinowicz.  The interference problem for the betting interpretation of degrees of belief.
Horacio Arlo-Costa and Arthur Paul Pedersen.  Fast and frugal heuristics: Rationality and the limits of naturalism.
Brian Hill.  Awareness and equilibrium.
Giacomo Sillari.  Rule-following as coordination: A game-theoretic approach.
Olivier Roy and Eric Pacuit.  Substantive assumptions in interaction: A logical perspective.
Cristina Bicchieri and Hugo Mercier.  Self-serving biases and public justifications in trust games.
Brian Skyrms.  The core theory of subjunctive conditionals.
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Synthese, Vol. 190, #6, 2013
Jeffrey Helzner.  Rationalizing two-tiered choice functions through conditional choice.
C.M. Asmus.  Vagueness and revision sequences.
Adolfas Mackonis.  Inference to the best explanation, coherence, and other explanatory virtues.
Daniel A. Wilkenfeld.  Understanding as representation manipulability.
Luke Glynn.  Causal foundationalism, physical causation, and difference-making.
Peter Gardenfors and Frank Zenker.  Theory change as dimensional change: Conceptual spaces applied to the dynamics of empirical theories.
Benjamin McMyler.  The epistemic significance of address.
Barry Lam.  Calibrated probabilities and the epistemology of disagreement.
Joongol Kim.  What are numbers?
Stephen Wright.  Does Klein’s infinitism offer a response to Agrippa’s trilemma?
Pieter E. Vermaas, Massimiliano Carrara, Stefano Borgo, and Pawel Garbacz.  The design stance and its artefacts.
Kareem Khalifa.  Is understanding explanatory or objectual?
Steve Petersen.  Utilitarian epistemology.
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Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 30, #2, 2013
Ulrich Beck and Daniel Levy.  Cosmopolitanized nations: Re-imagining collectivity in world risk society.
William Davies.  When is a market not a market?  ‘Exemption’, ‘externality’, and ‘exception’ in the case of a European state aid rules.
Angela Last.  Negotiating the inhuman: Bakhtin, materiality and the instrumentalization of climate change.
Casper Bruun Jensen and Anders Blok.  Techno-animism in Japan: Shinto cosmograms, actor-network theory, and the enabling powers of non-human agencies.
Roland Boer.  Revolution in the event: The problem of Kairos.
Ute Tellmann.  Catastrophic populations and the fear of the future: Malthus and the genealogy of liberal economy.
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