Tuesday, April 16, 2013

April 16, 2013

American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 50, #1, 2013
American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 50, #2, 2013
Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, Vol. 15, #2, 2013
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol. 16, #2, 2013
International Political Science Review, Vol. 33, #5, 2012
Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 113, #2, 2013
Journal of Politics, Vol. 75, #2, 2013
Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, Vol. 16, #2, 2013
Metaphilosophy, Vol. 44, #3, 2013
Noûs, Vol. 47, #2, 2013
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 163, #3, 2013   
Review of Metaphysics, Vol. 66, #3, 2013
Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement, Vol. 72, 2013
Studia Logica, Vol. 101, #2, 2013
Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, Vol. 48, #4, 2012
World Trade Review, Vol. 12, #2, 2013

American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 50, #1, 2013
Uriah Kriegel.  Entertaining as a propositional attitude: A nonreductive characterization.
Catharine Abell.  Expression in the representational arts.
Elizabeth Tropman.  Making sense of explanatory objections to moral realism.
Julien Beillard.  Equality and transparency.
Alex Gregory.  The guise of reasons.
Michael J. Shaffer.  Doxastic voluntarism, epistemic deontology, and belief-contravening commitments.
Howard J. Curzer.  When bad thoughts happen to good people: A thought-experiment.
Laurence Goldstein.  To let: Unsuccessful stipulation, bad proof, and paradox.
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American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 50, #2, 2013
Joshue Orozco.  On the limits of virtue epistemology.
Rachel McKinnon.  The supportive reasons norm of assertion.
Christy Mag Uidhir.  Epistemic misuse and abuse of pictorial caricature.
Alexander Jech.  To will one thing.
Joshua Rasmussen.  How truth relates to reality.
Erin Taylor.  Irreconcilable differences.
Michael J. Raven.  Is ground a strict partial order?
David B. Hershenov.  Who doesn’t have a problem of too many thinkers?
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Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, Vol. 15, #2, 2013
Julien Chevallier.  Price relationships in crude oil futures: new evidence from CFTC disaggregated data.
Hsiao-Chi Chen, Shi-Miin Liu, and Chiung-Yun Chang.  Commitment or no-commitment to monitoring in emission tax systems?
Gakushi Ishimura, Sam Herrick, and Ussif Rashid Sumaila.  Fishing games under climate variability: Transboundary management of Pacific sardine in the California Current System.
Sven Rudolph and Friedrich Schneider.  Political barriers of implementing carbon markets in Japan: A public choice analysis and the empirical evidence before and after the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
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Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol. 16, #2, 2013
Brian Lawson.  Individual complicity in collective wrongdoing.
Robert C. Reed.  Euthyphro’s Elenchus experience: Ethical expertise and self-knowledge.
Alexandra Plakias.  The good and the gross.
Nigel DeSouza.  Pre-reflective ethical know-how.
David Killoren and Bekka Williams.  Group agency and overdetermination.
Scott Woodcock.  Demands of justice, feasible alternatives, and the need for causal analysis.
Maike Albertzart.  Principle-based moral judgment.
Caroline Guibet Lafaye and Henri Kreis.  From altruistic donation to conditional societal organ appropriation after death.
Steven Daskal.  Confining Pogge’s analysis of global poverty to genuinely negative duties.
Patrick Tomlin.  Choices chance and change: Luck egalitarianism over time.
William Glod.  Against two modest conceptions of hard paternalism.
John J. Thrasher.  Reconciling justice and pleasure in epicurean contractarianism.
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International Political Science Review, Vol. 33, #5, 2012
Jorn Fischer, Keith Dowding, and Patrick Dumont.  The duration and durability of cabinet ministers.
Arman Grigoryan.  Ethnofederalism, separatism, and conflict: What have we learned from the Soviet and Yugoslav experiences?
Michael Howlett.  The lessons of failure: Learning and blame avoidance in public policy-making.
Jonathan Githens-Mazer.  The rhetoric and reality: Radicalization and political discourse.
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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 113, #2, 2013
Ioanna Boulouta.  Hidden connections: The link between board gender diversity and corporate social performance.
Elizabeth Ooi and Paul Lajbcygier.  Virtue remains after removing sin: Finding skill amongst socially responsible investment managers.
Conor O’Leary and Jenny Stewart.  The interaction of learning styles and teaching methodologies in accounting ethical instruction.
Gordon Liu.  Impacts of instrumental versus relational centered logic on cause-related marketing decision making.
Fabio Zona, Mario Minoja, and Vittorio Coda.  Antecedents of corporate scandals: CEOs’ personal traits, stakeholders’ cohesion, managerial fraud, and imbalanced corporate strategy.
Philip M. Linsley and Richard E. Slack.  Crisis management and an ethic of care: The case of Northern Rock Bank.
Reginald A. Litz and Nick Turner.  Sins of the father’s firm: Exploring responses to inherited ethical dilemmas in family business.
J.R.C. Kuntz, J.R. Kuntz, Detelin Elenkov, and Anna Nabirukhina.  Characterizing ethical cases: A cross-cultural investigation of individual differences, organizational climate, and leadership on ethical decision-making.
Russell Craig, Tony Mortensen, and Shefali Iyer.  Exploring top management language for signals of possible deception: The words of Satyam’s chair Ramalinga Raju.
Michael Knoll and Rolf van Dick.  Do I hear the whistle…?  A first attempt to measure four forms of employee silence and their correlates.
Ramiro Goncalves, Jose Martins, Jorge Pereira, Manuel Au-Yong Oliveira, and Joao Jose P. Ferreira.  Enterprise web accessibility levels amongst the Forbes 250: where art thou o virtuous leader?
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Journal of Politics, Vol. 75, #2, 2013
Charles M. Cameron, Jonathan P. Kastellec, and Jee-Kwang Park.  Voting for justices: Change and continuity in confirmation voting, 1937-2010.
Carles Boix and Milan W. Svolik.  The foundations of limited authoritarian government: Institutions, commitment, and power-sharing in dictatorships.
Michelle T. Clarke.  The virtues of republican citizenship in Machiavelli’s Discourses on Livy.
Chris Tausanovitch and Christopher Warshaw.  Measuring constituent policy preferences in Congress, state legislatures, and cities.
Thomas Sattler.  Do markets punish left governments?
Gustavo A. Flores-Macias and Sarah E. Kreps.  The foreign policy consequences of trade: China’s commercial relations with Africa and Latin America, 1992-2006.
Robert H. Bates and Steven A. Block.  Revisiting African agriculture: Institutional change and productivity growth.
Randal R. Hendrickson.  Montesquieu’s (anti-)Machiavellianism: Ordinary acquisitiveness in The Spirit of Laws.
Courtenay R. Conrad and Emily Hencken Ritter.  Treaties, tenure, and torture: The conflicting domestic effects of international law.
Oskar Nupia.  Distributive politics, number of parties, ideological polarization, and bargaining power.
Tobias Heinrich.  When is foreign aid selfish, when is it selfless?
Vincent Jungkunz and Julie White.  Ignorance, innocence, and democratic responsibility: Seeing race, hearing racism.
Paul S. Hernson, Ryan L. Claassen, Richard G. Niemi, and Kelly D. Patterson.  Exceeding expectations?  Determinants of satisfaction with the voting process in the 2008 U.S. presidential election.
Gijs Schumacher, Catherine E. de Vries, and Barbara Vis.
Jessica Maves and Alex Braithwaite.  Autocratic institutions and civil conflict contagion.
Christopher Reenock, Jeffrey K. Staton, and Marius Radean.  Legal institutions and democratic survival.
David M. Konisky and Christopher Reenock.  Compliance bias and environmental (in)justice.
Eitan D. Hersh and Brian F. Schaffner.  Targeted campaign appeals and the value of ambiguity.
Andrew C. Eggers and Jens Hainmueller.  Capitol losses: The mediocre performance of Congressional stock portfolios.
Johannes Kleibl.  The politics of financial regulatory agency replacement.
Book Reviews
Jason P. Casellas.  Minority Representatives and Minority Representation: Latino Representation in State Houses and Congress.  Michael D. Minta.  Oversight: Representing the Interests of Blacks and Latinos in Congress.  Review by Richard L. Engstrom and Kerry L. Haynie.
Review Symposium: Free Market Fairness by John Tomasi.
Reviews by Sheri Berman, Jacob T. Levy, Eric MacGilvray, and Robert S. Taylor.
John Tomasi.  Response.
Book Reviews
Magda Hinojosa.  Selecting Women, Electing Women: Political Representation and Candidate Selection in Latin America.  Review by Lisa Baldez. 
Beatrice Heuser.  The Evolution of Strategy: Thinking War from Antiquity to the Present.  Review by Thomas Messer.
Ellis M. West.  The Religion Clauses of the First Amendment: Guarantee of States’ Rights? Review by Julia K. STronks.
John Haskell.  Congress in Context.  Review by Pamela M. Schaal.
Randall W. Stone.  Controlling Institutions: International Organizations and the Global Economy.  Review by R. Scott Swagerly.
Melvyn P. Leffler and Jeffrey W. Legro.  In Uncertain Times: American Foreign Policy after the Berlin Wall and 9/11.  Review by Amir Stepak.
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Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, Vol. 16, #2, 2013
Petra Gelhaus.  The desired moral attitude of the physician: (III) care.
Charlotte Delmar.  Beyond the drive to satisfy needs: in the context of health care.
Kristin Solum Steinsbekk, Lars Oystein Ursin, John-Arne Skolbekken, and Berge Solberg.  We’re not in it for the money – lay people’s moral intuitions on commercial use of ‘their’ biobank.
Hamdan Al-Jahdali, Salim Baharoon, Abdullah Al Sayyari, and Ghiath Al-Ahmad.  Advance medical directives: A proposed new approach and terminology from an Islamic perspective.
Helena de Preester.  Merleau-Ponty’s sexual schema and the sexual component of body integrity identity disorder.
Neil Pickering.  Extending disorder: essentialism, family resemblance, and secondary sense.
Ruth Horn.  Euthanasia and end-of-life practices in France and Germany.  A comparative study.
Jann E. Schlimme.  Sense of self-determination and the suicidal experience.  A phenomenological approach.
Manne Sjostrand, Gert HElgesson, Stefan Eriksson, and Niklas Juth.  Autonomy-based arguments against physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia: A critique.
Catherine Dekeuwer and Simone Bateman.  Much more than a gene: Hereditary breast and ovarian cancer, reproductive choices and family life.
David Badcott and Stephan Sahm.  The dominance of big pharma: Unhealthy relationships?
David Badcott.  Big pharma: a former insider’s view.
Stephan Sahm.  Of mugs, meals, and more: the intricate relations between physicians and the medical industry.
Catherine A. Womack.  Ethical and epistemic issues in direct-to-consumer drug advertising: where is patient advocacy?
Patrick Brown and Michael Calnan.  NICE technology appraisals: working with multiple levels of uncertainty and the potential for bias.
Andrew Edgar.  The dominance of big pharma: Power.
Joao Calinas-Correia.  Big pharma: a story of success in a market economy.
Stephan Sahm.  On markets and morals – (re-)establishing independent decision making in healthcare: A reply to Joao Calinas-Correia.
Short Literature Notices
S. Conly.  Against Autonomy: Justifying Coercive Paternalism.  Review by Michael Quante.
S. Venkatapuram.  Health Justice: An Argument from the Capabilities Approach.  Review by Carina Fourie.
I. Oosterlaken and J. van den Hoven.  The Capability Approach, Technology, and Design.  Review by Aimee Zellers.
Y.M. Barilan.  Human Dignity, Human Rights, and Responsibility: The New Langauge of Global Bioethics and Biolaw.  Review by Zumrut Alpinar.
M. Richards, G. Pennings, and J.B. Appleby.  Reproductive Donation: Practice, Policy, and Bioethics.  Review by Cristiana Baffone.
C. MacKellar and D.A. Jones.  Chimera’s Children: Ethical, Philosophical, and Religious Perspectives on Human Nonhuman Experimentation.  Review by Lenke Schulze.
P. Biegler.  The Ethical Treatment of Depression: Autonomy through Psychotherapy.  Review by Cristiana Baffone.
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Metaphilosophy, Vol. 44, #3, 2013
Symposium. Editor's Cut: The Future of Philosophical Research According to Journal Editors

Luciano Floridi.  What is a philosophical question?
Robert Stern.  Whither philosophy?
Steven French and Michela Massimi.  Philosophy of science: A personal peek into the future.
Tim Mulgan.  The future of philosophy.
Thom Brooks.  Philosophy unbound: The idea of global philosophy.
Hannes Leitgeb.  Scientific philosophy, mathematical philosophy, and all that.
Matti Eklund.  Trends and progress in philosophy.
Gregory Wheeler.  Models, models, and models.
Pelle G. Hansen, Vincent F. Hendricks, and Rasmus K. Rendsvig.  Infostorms.
Liam Cooper.  Trends in online academic publishing.
Uriah Kriegel.  Justifying desires.
Joshua Rust and Eric Schwitzgebel.  Ethicists’ and nonethicists’ responsiveness to student emails: Relationships among expressed normative attitude, self-described behavior, and empirically observed behavior.
Book Review
Herman Cappelen.  Philosophy Without Intuitions.  Review by Stephen Ingram.
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Kristin Andrews.  Do Apes Read Minds?: Toward a New Folk Psychology. Reviewed by Neil Van Leeuwen.
C. Stephen Evans, Natural Signs and Knowledge of God: A New Look at Theistic Arguments. Reviewed by Mark Wynn.
Michael Marder, Plant-Thinking: A Philosophy of Vegetal Life. Reviewed by Jeffrey T. Nealon.
Michael Slote, From Enlightenment to Receptivity: Rethinking our Values. Reviewed by Erica Lucast Stonestreet.
David Weissman, Sensibility and the Sublime. Reviewed by Michael Deckard.
Ugo Zilioli, The Cyrenaics. Reviewed by Tim O'Keefe.
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Noûs, Vol. 47, #2, 2013
Luke Robinson.  A dispositional account of conflicts of obligation.
Matti Eklund.  Carnap’s metaontology.
Delia Graff Fara.  Specifying desires.
Douglas Lavin.  Must there be basic action?*
Tyler Doggett.  Saving the few.
Jonathan Livengood.  Actual causation and simple voting scenarios.
Friederike Moltmann.  Tropes, bare demonstratives, and apparent statements of identity.
Blake Myers-Schulz and Eric Schwitzgebel.  Knowing that P without believing that P.
Aidan McGlynn.  Believing things unknown.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 163, #3, 2013   
Michael Hughes.  Problems for contrastive closure: resolved and regained.
Mauro Dorato and Matteo Morganti.  Grades of individuality: A pluralistic view of identity in quantum mechanics and in the sciences.
Gregory Bochner.  The metasynthetic interpretation of two-dimensionalism.
Phil Brown.  The possibility of morality.
Eric Swanson.  Subjunctive biscuit and stand-off conditionals.
Kristina Musholt.  Self-consciousness and nonconceptual content.
Moritz Schulz.  Modalised conditionals: A response to Willer.
Colin Klein.  Multiple realizability and the semantic view of theories.
Nicholas Mantegani.  Instantiation is not partial identity.
Sam Shpall.  Wide and narrow scope.
Daan Evers.  Weight for Stephen Finlay.
Earl Conee.  The specificity of the generality problem.
Jeffrey C. King.  On fineness of grain.
John Martin Fischer and Anthony Brueckner.  The evil of death and the Lucretian symmetry: A reply to Feldman.
John Turri.  Infinitism, finitude, and normativity.
Daniel Haas.  In defense of hard-line replies to the multiple-case manipulation argument.
Susanna Siegel.  Précis of The Contents of Visual Experience.
John Campbell.  Susanna Siegel’s The Contents of Visual Experience.
Jesse Prinz.  Siegel’s get rich quick scheme.
Charles Travis.  Susanna Siegel, The Contents of Visual Experience.
Susanna Siegel.  Replies to Campbell, Prinz, and Travis.
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Review of Metaphysics, Vol. 66, #3, 2013
Wouter Goris. De magistro – Thomas Aquinas, Henry of Ghent, and John Duns Scotus on natural conceptions.
Ray Liikanen. Beyond Kant and Hegel.
James A. Clarke. Fichte’s critique of Rousseau.
Michael Schlie. Words without desire: Hegel, Strauss, and political violence.
Herman de Dijn. Spinoza on truth, religion, and salvation.
Book Reviews
F.B.A. Asiedu.  From Augustine to Anselm: The Influence of “De Trinitate” on the “Monologion.”  Review by John R. Fortin.
Lee Braver.  Groundless Grounds: A Study of Wittgenstein and Heidegger.  Jeffrey L. Powell. 
Kevin M. Cherry.  Plato, Aristotle, and the Purpose of Politics.  Review by D. Brendan Nagle.
Howard J. Curzer.  Aristotle and the Virtues.  Review by Robert C. Bartlett.
Julien A. Deonna, Raffaele Rodogno, and Fabrice Teroni.  In Defense of Shame: The Faces of an Emotion.  Review by E. Christian Brugger.
Adrian Desmond and James Moore.  Darwin’s Sacred Cause: Race, Slavery, and the Quest for Human Origins.  Review by Michael W. Tkacz.
John J. Drummond.  Historical Dictionary of Husserl’s Philosophy.  Review by Gina Zavota.
Emannuel Falque.  The Metamorphosis of Finitude: An Essay on Birth and Resurrection.  Review by James V. Schall.
Irving Louis Horowitz.  Hannah Arendt: Radical Conservative.  Review by Evanthia Speliotis.
Philip Kitcher.  The Ethical Project.  Review by Philip E. Devine.
W. Julian Korab-Karpowicz.  On the History of Political Philosophy: Great Thinkers from Thucydides to Locke.  Review by Richard M. Gamble.
Thaddeus J. Kozinski.  The Political Problem of Religious Pluralism: And Why Philosophers Can’t Solve It.  Review by Michael Brodrick.
John Marenbon.  The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Philosophy.  Review by Andrew LaZella.
Thomas Nagel.  Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature Is Almost Certainly False.  Review by Logan Paul Gage.
Eric A. Posner and Alan O. Sykes.  Economic Foundations of International Law.  Review by Jude P. Dougherty.
Adrian Reimers.  Truth about the Good: Moral Norms in the Thought of John Paul II.  Review by Michael J. Healy.
Nicholas Rescher.  Pragmatism: The Restoration of its Scientific Roots.  Review by Paul Thagard.
Robert Richardson.  The Heart of William James.  Review by William J. Gavin.
Daniel N. Robinson.  How Is Nature Possible? Kant’s Project in the First Critique.  Review by Edward Kanterian.
Creighton Rosental.  Lessons from Aquinas: A Resolution of the Problem of Faith and Reason.  Review by M.V. Dougherty.
Sally Sedgwick.  Hegel’s Critique of Kant: From Dichotomy to Identity.  Review by Trip Glazer.
Steven D. Smith.  The Disenchantment of Secular Discourse.  Review by Timothy Fuller.
Vicki A. Spencer.  Herder’s Political Thought: A Study of Language, Culture, and Community.  Review by Arnd Bohm.
Paul Thagard.  The Cognitive Science of Science: Explanation, Discovery, and Conceptual Change.  Review by Paolo C. Biondi.
Paul Thomas.  Karl Marx.  Review by Diana Siclovan.
Jeremy Waldron.  “Partly Laws Common to All Mankind”: Foreign Law in American Courts.  Review by Roger P. Alford.
Jeremy Waldron.  The Harm in Hate Speech: The Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures.  Review by Paul Thomas.
Morimichi Watanabe.  Nicholas of Cusa: A Companion to His Life and Times.  Review by Jude P. Dougherty.
David W. Wood.  “Mathesis of the Mind”: A Study of Fichte’s Wissenschaftslehre and Geometry: Fichte-Studien-Supplementa.  Review by Joseph Trullinger.
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Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement, Vol. 72, 2013
Topic: Phenomenology and Naturalism
Dan Zahavi.  Naturalized phenomenology: A desideratum or a category mistake?
Rudolf Bernet.  The body as a ‘legitimate naturalization of consciousness.’
Matthew Ratcliffe.  Phenomenology, naturalism, and the sense of reality.
Dermot Moran.  ‘Let’s look at it objectively’: Why phenomenology cannot be naturalized.
Eran Dorfman.  Naturalism, objectivism, and everyday life.
Michael Wheeler.  Science fiction: Phenomenology, naturalism, and cognitive science.
David Roden.  Nature’s dark domain: An argument for a naturalized phenomenology.
Thomas Baldwin.  Merleau-Ponty’s phenomenological critique of natural science.
Fredrik Svenaeus.  Naturalistic and phenomenological theories of health: Distinctions and connections.
Jonathan Webber.  Cultivating virtue.
James Lenman.  Science, ethics, and observation.
Alison Assiter.  Kant and Kierkegaard on freedom and evil.
Iain Hamilton Grant.  The universe in the universe: German idealism and the natural history of mind.
David Morris.  From the nature of meaning to a phenomenological refiguring of nature.
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Studia Logica, Vol. 101, #2, 2013
Special Topic: Dependence and Independence in Logic
Antti Kuusisto.  Expressivity of imperfect information logics without identity.
Jarmo Kontinen.  Coherence and computational complexity of quantifier-free dependence logic formulas.
Pietro Galliani and Allen L. Mann.  Lottery semantics: A compositional semantics for probabilistic first-order logic with imperfect information.
Fan Yang.  Expressing second-order sentences in intuitionistic dependence logic.
Peter Lohmann and Heribert Vollmer.  Complexity results for modal dependence logic.
Pietro Galliani.  Epistemic operators in dependence logic.
Erich Gradel and Jouko Vaananen.  Dependence and independence.
Samson Abramsky.  Relational hidden variables and non-locality.
Theo M. V. Janssen.  Compositional natural language semantics using independence friendly logic or dependence logic.
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Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, Vol. 48, #4, 2012
Kevin J. Harrelson.  Idealistic ontological arguments in Royce, Collingwood, and others.
David Wagner.  Peirce, Panofsky, and the gothic.
Tommy J. Curry.  The fortune of Wells: Ida B. Wells-Barnett’s use of T. Thomas Fortune’s philosophy of social agitation as a prolegomenon to militant civil rights activism.
Roberto Frega.  The practice-based approach to normativity of Frederick L. Will.
John Kaag.  Peirce and Plato on “the fixation of belief.”
Richard Kenneth Atkins.  A guess at the other riddle: The Peircean material categories.
Mark Sanders and Colin Koopman.  Obama and Pragmatism.  Review by Melvin L. Rogers.
Richard J. Bernstein.   The Pragmatic Turn.  Review by T.L. Short.
Dorota Koczanowicz and Wojcieh Malecki.  Shusterman’s Pragmatism: Between Literature and Somaesthetics.  Review by Kalle Puolakka.
John Lachs.  Stoic Pragmatism.  Review by Sami Pihlstrom.
Omar Swartz.  Communication and Creative Democracy: Interdisciplinary Perspectives.  Review by Frank X. Ryan.
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World Trade Review, Vol. 12, #2, 2013
Review Articles
Michael Hahn and Kirtikumar Mehta.  It’s a bird, it’s a plane: Some remarks on the Airbus appellate body report (EC and Certain Member States – Large Civil Aircraft, WT/DS316//AB/R).
William J. Davey and Keith Maskus.  Thailand-Cigarettes (Philippines): A more serious role for the ‘less favourable treatment’ standard of Article III:4.
Geoffrey S. Carlson.  Comment on ‘Thailand-Cigarettes (Philippines): A more serious role for the ‘less favourable treatment’ standard of Article III:4.’
Thomas J. Prusa and Edwin Vermulst.  United States – Definitive Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duties on Certain Products from China: Passing the buck on pass-through.
Joost Pauwelyn.  Treaty Interpretation or Activism?  Comment on the AB Report on United States – Ads and CVDs on certain products from China.
Chad P. Bown and Petros C. Mavroidis.  One (firm) is not enough: A legal-economic analysis of EC-Fasteners.
Steve Charnovitz and Bernard Hoekman.  US-Tyres: Upholding a WTO accession contract – imposing pain for little gain.
Damien Neven and Joel P. Trachtman.  Philippines – Taxes on Distilled Spirits: Like products and market definition.
Robert Howse and Philip I. Levy.  The TBT panels: US-Cloves, US-Tuna, US-COOL.
Kamal Saggi and Mark Wu.  Yet another nail in the coffin of zeroing: United States – Anti-Dumping Administrative Reviews and Other Measures Related to Imports of Certain Orange Juice from Brazil.
Thomas J. Prusa and Luca Rubini.  United States – Use of Zeroing in Anti-Dumping Measures Involving Products from Korea: It’s déjà vu all over again.
Jorge A. Huerta-Goldman.  How easy is an easy case for a complainant?  Comment on US-Zeroing (Korea) DS402.
Tomer Broude and Michael Moore.  US-Anti-Dumping Measures on Certain Shrimp from Vietnam: A stir-fry of seafood, statistics, and Lacunae.
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