Tuesday, April 2, 2013

April 2, 2013

Natural Language Semantics, Vol. 21, #1, 2013
Neuroethics, Vol. 6, #1, 2013
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, Vol. 43, 2012
Philosophia, Vol. 41, #1, 2013
Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 36, #2, 2013
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 163, #2, 2013
Philosophy Compass, Vol. 8, #5, 2013
Plato: The Internet Journal of the International Plato Society, Vol. 12, 2012
Political Psychology, Vol. 34, #2, 2013
Res Publica, Vol. 19, #2, 2013
Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 40, #4, 2013
Synthese, Vol. 190, #7, 2013
Synthese, Vol. 190, #8, 2013

Natural Language Semantics, Vol. 21, #1, 2013
Jungmee Lee.  Temporal constraints on the meaning of evidentiality.
Friederike Moltmann.  Identificational sentences.
Maribel Romero.  Modal superlatives: A compositional analysis.
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Neuroethics, Vol. 6, #1, 2013       
Ralf J. Jox and Katja Kuehlmeyer.  Introduction: Reconsidering disorders of consciousness in light of neuroscientific evidence.
Kirsten Brukamp.  Right (to a) diagnosis?  Establishing correct diagnoses in chronic disorders of consciousness.
Orsolya Friedrich.  Knowledge of partial awareness in disorders of consciousness: Implications for ethical evaluations?
Catherine Rodrigue, Richard J. Riopelle, James L. Bernat, and Eric Racine.  Perspectives and experience of healthcare professionals on diagnosis, prognosis, and end-of-life decision making in patients with disorders of consciousness.
A Demertzi, E. Racine, M-A. Bruno, D. Ledoux, O. Gosseries, A. Vanhaudenhuyse, M. Thonnard, A. Soddu, G. Moonen, and S. Laureys.  Pain perception in disorders of consciousness: Neuroscience, clinical care, and ethics in dialogue.
Marcus Arvan.  “A lot more bad news for conservatives, and little bit of bad news for liberals? Moral judgments and the dark triad personality traits: A follow-up study.”
Lene Bomann-Larsen.  Voluntary rehabilitation?  On neurotechnological behavioral treatment, valid consent, and (in)appropriate offers.
Jesper Ryberg and Thomas S. Petersen.  Neurotechnological behavioral treatment of criminal offenders – a comment on Bomann-Larsen.
Jukka Varelius.  Minimally conscious state, human dignity, and the significance of species: A reply to Kaczor.
Colin J. Palmer, Bryan Paton, Trung T. Ngo, Richard H. Thomson, Jakob Hohwy, and Steven M. Miller.  Individual differences in moral behavior: A role for response to risk and uncertainty?
Carrie Figdor.  What is the “cognitive” in cognitive neuroscience?
Frederic Gilbert, Andrej Vranic, and Samia Hurst.  Involuntary and voluntary invasive brain surgery: Ethical issues related to acquired aggressiveness.
Katrina L. Sifferd and William Hirstein.  On the criminal culpability of successful and unsuccessful psychopaths.
Chris Zarpentine.  ‘The thorny and arduous path of moral progress’: Moral psychology and moral enhancement.
Gavin G. Enck.  Ideals of student excellence and enhancement.
Ginger A. Hoffman.  Treating yourself as an object: Self-objectification and the ethical dimensions of antidepressant use.
Veljko Dubljevic.  Cognitive enhancement, rational choice, and justification.
Steve Clarke.  The neuroscience of decision making and our standards for assessing competence to consent.
Stephanie Bell, Brad Partridge, Jayne Lucke, and Wayne Hall.  Australian university students’ attitudes towards the acceptability and regulation of pharmaceuticals to improve academic performance.
Richard Heersmink.  Embodied tools, cognitive tools and brain-computer interfaces.
Book Review
Daniel Kelly.  Yuck!  The Nature and Moral Significance of Disgust.  Review by Marta Gil.
Enrique Bonete.  Neuroethics in Spain: Neurological determinism or moral freedom?
Francesca Minerva.  Neuroetica, a look at the development of the Italian debate on neuroethics.
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Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, Vol. 43, 2012 (not online, available on the Tanner new journals shelf)
Jessica Moss. The Unity of the Phaedrus, Again.
Joshua Wilburn. Akrasia and Self-rule in Plato's Laws.
Marja-Liisa Kakkuri-Knuuttila & Miira Tuominen. Aristotle on the Role of the Predicables in Dialectical Disputations.
Charlotte Witt. Aristotle on Deformed Animal Kinds.
Mor Segev. The Teleological Significance of Dreaming in Aristotle.
Mark  A. Johnstone. Aristotle on Odour and Smell.
Dorothea Frede. The Endoxon Mystique: What Endoxa are and What They are Not.
Francesco Ademollo. The Platonic Origins of Stoic Theology.
Nathan Powers. The Stoic Argument for the Rationality of the Cosmos.
Mauro Bonazzi. Plutarch on the Difference between the Pyrrhonists and the Academics.
Index Locorum
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Philosophia, Vol. 41, #1, 2013
Annalisa Coliva.  Hinges and certainty.  A prĂ©cis of Moore and Wittgenstein.  Scepticism, Certainty, and Common Sense.
Daniele Moyal-Sharrock.  On Colivas’ judgmental hinges.
Cameron Boult and Duncan Pritchard.  Wittgensteinian anti-scepticism and epistemic vertigo.
Martin Kusch.  Annalisa Coliva on Wittgenstein and epistemic relativism.
Paolo Leonardi.  Wittgenstein and Moore.
Paolo Tripodi.  Wittgenstein on the gulf between believers and non-believers.
Annalisa Coliva.  Replies.
Michael McKeon.  The morality of daycare.
Will Bynoe and Nichoals K. Jones.  Solitude without souls: Why Peter Unger hasn’t established substance dualism.
Joseph A. Baltimore.  Stoljar’s twin-physics world.
M.J. Cain.  Conventions and their role in language.
Leo K.C. Cheung.  On two versions on ‘the surprise examination paradox.’
Ian M. Church.  Manifest failure failure: The Gettier problem revived.
Michelle Ciurria.  Situationaism, moral responsibility, and blame.
David William Harker.  Discussion note: McCain on weak predictivism and external world skepticism.
Richard Hou and Linton Wang.  Relativism and faultless disagreement.
Jon Perez Laraudogoitia.  No train paradox.
Brian Leahy.  Can teleosemantics deflect the EAAN?
Pierre Le Morvan.  Why the standard view of ignorance prevails.
Oritsegbubemi Anthony Oyowe.  Physical continuity, self and the future.
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Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 36, #2, 2013
John Haldane.  Realism, mind, and evolution.
Cora Diamond.  Criticising from “outside.”
Cameron Hessell.  On the unintelligibility of Wittgenstein’s Tractatus.
Mauro Luiz Engelmann.  Wittgenstein’s “most fruitful ideas” and Sraffa.
Craig Taylor.  Moralism: A Study of a Vice.  Review by Rupert Read.
Bernard Berofsky.  Nature’s Challenge to Free Will.  Review by William Simkulet.
John M. Rist.  Plato’s Realism: The Discovery of the Presuppositions of Ethics.  Review by H.O. Mounce.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 163, #2, 2013
Nicholas Silins.  Introspection and inference.
Daniel Nolan.  Why historians (and everyone else) should care about counterfactuals.
Kristoffer Ahlstrom-Vij.  Moderate epistemic expressivism.
Philip Atkins.  A pragmatic solution to Ostertag’s puzzle.
Steven L. Reynolds.  Justification as the appearance of knowledge.
Michael P. Lynch.  Expressivism and plural truth.
Richard Dietz and Julien Murzi.  Coming true: A note on truth and actuality.
Joshua Schechter.  Rational self-doubt and the failure of closure.
Ema Sullivan-Bisset and Paul Noordhof.  A defence of Owens’ exclusivity objection to beliefs having aims.
Vanessa Carbonell.  De dicto desires and morality as fetish.
Christopher Evan Franklin.  A theory of the normative force of pleas.
Brian Weatherson.  Ross on sleeping beauty.
Philip John Meadows.  On A.D. Smith’s constancy based defence of direct realism.
Tom Dougherty.  Agent-neutrla deontology.
Matthew Skene.  Seemings and the possibility of epistemic justification.
Wayne A. Davis.  On nonindexical contextualism.
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Philosophy Compass, Vol. 8, #5, 2013
Chinese Comparative Philosophy
Wai Wai Chiu.  Jian ai and the Mohist attack of early Confucianism.
Xinyan Xinyan.  Chinese dialectical thinking – the Yin Yang model.
Legal and Political
Kenneth Ehrenberg.  Functions in jurisprudential methodology.
Kevin Toh.  Jurisprudential theories and first-order legal judgments.
Logic and Language
Pablo Cobreros.  Vagueness: Subvaluationism.
Wolfgang Schwarz.  Contingent identity.
Naturalistic Philosophy
Nicholas Shea.  Naturalising representational content.
Philosophy of Religion
Samuel Ruhmkorff.  The incompatibility problem and religious pluralism beyond Hick.
CM Lorkowski.  Atheism.
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Plato: The Internet Journal of the International Plato Society, Vol. 12, 2012
Nathalie Nercam.  <<Topos>> en question dans l’introduction du Sophiste.
Nathalie Nercam.  La <<Guerre d’Elee>> a-t-elle eu <<lieu>>?
Graham Priest.  The Parmenides: A Dialetheic interpretation.
Scott J. Senn.  Socratic philosophy, rationalism, and “obedience”: Decision making without divine intervention.
Harold Tarrant.  Plato’s Republics.
William Wians.  Virtue, practice, and perplexity in Plato’s Meno.
F. Pelosi.  Plato: On Music, Soul, and Body.  Review by Catherine Collobert.
J.B. Kennedy.  The Musical Structure of Plato’s Dialogues.  Review by Catherine Collobert.
Kenneth Royce Moore.  Plato, Politics, and a Practical Utopia.  Review by Dylan Futter.
M.L. McPherran.  Plato’s Republic: A Critical Guide.  Review by Carolina Araujo.
Thomas L. Cooksey.  Plato’s Symposium: A Reader’s Guide.  Review by Laura Candiotto.
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Political Psychology, Vol. 34, #2, 2013
Nicholas A. Valentino, Ted Brader, and Ashley E. Jardina.  Immigration opposition among U.S. whites: General ethnocentrism or media priming of attitudes about Latinos?
Meghan Condon and Matthew Holleque.  Entering politics: General self-efficacy and voting behavior among young people.
Brian L. Burke, Spee Kosloff, and Mark J. Landau.  Death goes to the polls: A meta-analysis of mortality salience effects on political attitudes.
Dan P. McAdams, Kathrin J. Hanek, and Joseph G. Dadabo.  Themes of self-regulation and self-exploration in the life stories of religious American conservatives and liberals.
Mark J. Brandt.  Onset and offset deservingness: The case of home foreclosures.
Saba Ozyurt.  Negotiating multiple identities, constructing western-Muslim selves in the Netherlands and the United States.
Costas Panagopoulos.  Positive social pressure and prosocial motivation: Evidence from a large-scale field experiment on voter mobilization.
Marc Stewart Wilson and Chris G. Sibley.  Social dominance orientation and right-wing authoritarianism: Additive and interactive effects on political conservatism.
Book Reviews
Pippa Norris and Ronald Englehart.  Cosmopolitan Communications: Culture Diversity in a Globalized World.  Review by Robert Rosenwein.
Jeffrey D. Grynaviski.  Partisan Bonds: Political Reputations and Legislative Accountability.  Review by Paul R. Abramson.
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Res Publica, Vol. 19, #2, 2013
Jaakko Kuosmanen.  What (if anything) is wrong with trading refugee quotas?
Dean J. Martin.  Political inequality and the ‘super rich’: Their money or (some of) their political rights.
Julia Tanner.  Contractarianism and secondary direct moral standing for marginal humans and animals.
Simon Hope.  Neo-Aristotelian social justice: An unanswered question.
Edward Hall.  Political realism and fact-sensitivity.
Kim Angell.  Do insecure property rights ground rights of jurisdiction?  Miller on territorial justice.
Book Review
Jonathan Quong.  Liberalism Without Perfection.  Review by Daniel Savery.  Justifying liberal neutrality to liberals.
T.M. Wilkinson.  Ethics and the Acquisition of Organs.  Review by James S. Taylor.  Organ acquisition and applied metaphysics.
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Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 40, #4, 2013
David Rietzke and Brian Roberson.  The robustness of ‘enemy-of-my-enemy-is-my-friend’ alliances.
Marlies Ahlert, Katja Funke, and Lars Schwettmann.  Thresholds, productivity, and context: an experimental study on determinants of distributive behavior.
Rafael Salas and Juan Gabriel Rodriguez.  Popular support for social evaluation functions.
Yves Sprumont.  On relative egalitarianism.
Norihito Sakamoto.  No-envy, efficiency, and collective rationality.
Jens Leth Hougaard, Juan D. Moreno-Ternero, and Lars Peter Osterdal.  Rationing in the presence of baselines.
Franz Dietrich and Christian List.  Propositionwise judgment aggregation: The general case.
Achill Schurmann.  Exploiting polyhedral symmetries in social choice.
Rosa Camps, Xavier Mora, and Laia Saumell.  A continuous rating method for preferential voting.  The incomplete case.
Abhijit Chandra and Sunanda Roy.  On removing Condorcet effects from pairwise election tallies.
Matthew McGinty and Garrett Milam.  Public goods provision by asymmetric agents: experimental evidence.
Sebastien Rouillon.  Anonymous implementation of the Lindahl correspondence: Possibility and impossibility results.
Emiliya Lazarova and Dinko Dimitrov.  Status-seeking in hedonic games with heterogeneous players.
Book Review
Jean-Francois Laslier and M. Remzi Sanver.  Handbook on Approval Voting.  Review by Dominique Lepelley.
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Synthese, Vol. 190, #7, 2013
Special issue: The Epistemology of Inclusiveness
Sanford C. Goldberg.  Inclusiveness in the face of anticipated disagreement.
Helene Landemore.  Deliberation, cognitive diversity, and democratic inclusiveness: an epistemic argument for the random selection of representatives.
Christopher Thompson.  A general model of a group search procedure, applied to epistemic democracy.
Fabienne Peter.  The procedural epistemic value of deliberation.
J.D. Trout.  Democracy and scientific expertise: Illusions of political and epistemic inclusion.
Boaz Miller.  When is consensus knowledge based?  Distinguishing shared knowledge from mere agreement.
Miranda Fricker.  Epistemic justice as a condition of political freedom?
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Synthese, Vol. 190, #8, 2013
Special issue: Formal Epistemology Meets Experimental Philosophy

Mark Colyvan.  Idealisation in normative models.
Giovanna Devetag, Hykel Hosni, and Giacomo Sillari.  You better play 7: Mutual versus common knowledge of advice in a weak-link experiment.
James A. Overton.  “Explain” in scientific discourse.
Matthias Unterhuber and Gerhard Schurz.  The new tweety puzzle: Arguments against monistic Bayesian approaches in epistemology and cognitive science.
Aron Vallinder and Erik J. Olsson.  Do computer simulations support the argument from disagreement?
Carl G. Wagner.  The corroboration paradox.
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