Monday, April 22, 2013

April 22, 2013

Development Policy Review, Vol. 31, #3, 2013
Hypatia, Vol. 28, #2, 2013
Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Vol. 41, #1, 2013
Journal of Religious Ethics, Vol. 41, #2, 2013
Philosopher’ Imprint, Vol. 13, #6-#7, 2013
Philosophy, Vol. 88, #2, 2013
Philosophy & Public Affairs, Vol. 41, #1, 2013
Teaching Philosophy, Vol. 36, #2, 2013
Theoria, Vol. 60, #134, 2013

Development Policy Review, Vol. 31, #3, 2013
Xunpeng Shi.  Spillover effects of carbon footprint labeling on less developed countries: The example of the East Asia Summit region.
James Sumberg and Gountieni Damien Lankoande.  Heifer-in-trust, social protection and graduation: Conceptual issues and empirical questions.
Marga Peeters and Ronald Albers.  Food prices, government subsidies and fiscal balances in South Mediterranean countries.
Roxana Gutierrez-Romero.  To what extent did ethnicity and economic issues matter in the 2007 disputed Kenyan elections?
Vijaya Ramchandran, Benjamin Leo, and Owen McCarthy.  Strategies to improve the World Food Programme’s revenue mobilization and procurement practices.
Roger White and Shamma Adeeb Alam.  Asset ownership and microloan repayment: Examining data from Bangladesh.
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Hypatia, Vol. 28, #2, 2013
Special Issue: Crossing Borders Special Issue
Editor’s Introduction
Sally J. Scholz.  Crossing borders.
Alison M. Jaggar.  Does poverty wear a woman’s face?  Some moral dimensions of a transnational feminist research project.
Jess Kyle.  Protecting the world: Military humanitarian intervention and the ethics of care.
Vida Panitch.  Surrogate tourism and reproductive rights.
Natalie Cisneros.  “Alien” sexuality: Race, maternity, and citizenship.
Andres Fabian Henao Castro.  Antigone claimed: “I am a stranger!” Political theory and the figure of the stranger.
Allison Weir.  Feminism and the Islamic revival: Freedom as a practice of belonging.
Saba Fatima.  Muslim-American scripts.
Keya Maitra.  The questions of identity and agency in feminism without borders: A mindful response.
Review Essays
Edwina Barvosa.  The Gloria Anzaldua reader.
Christina Holmes.  Encarnacion: Illness and body politics in Chicana feminist literature.
Book Reviews
Catherine Eschile and Bice Maiguashca.  Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement.  Review by Katharine Schweitzer.
Serene J. Khader.  Adaptive Preferences and Women’s Empowerment.  Review by Asha Bhandary.
Michael Hames-Garcia.  Identity Complex: Making the Case for Multiplicity.  Review by Lisa Rivera.
J. Jack Halberstam.  Gaga Feminism: Sex, Gender, and the End of Normal.  Review by Margaret Denike.
Azizah Al-Hibri.  Remembering Hypatia’s birth: It took a village.
William L. McBride.  Borders crossed, and some of those who have crossed them.
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Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Vol. 41, #1, 2013
Special Issue: SYMPOSIUM: Global Health and the Law
Colleen M. Flood and Trudo Lemmens.  Global health challenges and the role of law.
Bryan Thomas and Lawrence O. Gostin.  Tackling the global NCD crisis: Innovations in law and governance.
W.A. Bogart.  Law as a tool in “the war on obesity”: Useful interventions, maybe, but, first, what’s the problem?
Solomon R. Benatar.  Global health, vulnerable populations, and law.
Sheila Wildeman.  Protecting rights and building capacities: Challenges to global mental health policy in light of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Constance MacIntosh.  The role of law in ameliorating global inequalities in indigenous peoples’ health.
Arthur Wilson and Abdallah S. Daar.  A survey of international legal instruments to examine their effectiveness in improving global health and in realizing health rights.
Rebecca J. Cook.  Human rights and maternal health: Exploring the effectiveness of the Alyne decision.
Mariana Mota Prado.  The debatable role of courts in Brazil’s health care system: Does litigation harm or help?
Aeyal Gross.  Is there a human right to private health care?
Oscar A. Cabrera and Juan Carballo.  Tobacco control litigation: Broader impacts on health rights adjudication.
Trudo Lemmens.  Pharmaceutical knowledge governance: A human rights perspective.
E. Richard Gold.  Patents and human rights: A heterodox analysis.
Ruth Lopert and Deborah Gleeson.  The high price of “free” trade: U.S. trade agreements and access to medicines.
Jocelyn Downie and Francoise Baylis.  Transnational trade in human eggs: Law, policy, and (in)action in Canada.
Erin Nelson.  Global trade and assisted reproductive technologies: Regulatory challenges in international surrogacy.
Zubin Master, Amy Zarzeczny, Christen Rachul, and Timothy Caulfield.  What’s missing?  Discussing stem cell translational research in educational information on stem cell “tourism”.
I Glenn Cohen.  Transplant tourism: The ethics and regulation of international markets for organs.
Y.Y. Brandon Chen and Colleen M. Flood.  Medical tourism’s impact on health care equity and access in low- and middle-income countries: Making the case for regulation.
Independent Articles
Anne Barnhill and Katherine F. King.  Evaluating equity critiques in food policy: The case of sugar-sweetened beverages.
I Glenn Cohen, Charles A. Czeisler, and Christopher P. Landrigan.  Making residency work hour rules work.
Igor Gorlach and Genevieve Pham-Kanter.  Brightening up: The effect of the physician payment sunshine act on existing regulation of pharmaceutical marketing.
Richard H. Dees.  Transparent vessels?: What organ donors should be allowed to know about their recipients.
Paul Litton.  Physician participation in executions, the morality of capital punishment, and the practical limitations of their relationship.
Julie M. Aultman.  Abuses and apologies: Irresponsible conduct of human subjects research in Latin America.
James G. Hodge, Jr., Veda Collmer, Daniel G. Orenstein, Chase Millea, and Laura Van Buren.  Reconsidering the legality of cigarette smoking advertisements on television: Public health and the law.
Ruth A. Mickelson, Daniel S. Bernstein, Mary Faith Marshall, and Steven H. Miles.  The Barnes case: Taking difficult futility cases public.
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Journal of Religious Ethics, Vol. 41, #2, 2013
Jonathan Malesic.  The paralyzing instant: Shifting vocabularies about time and ethics in Fear and Trembling.
Joe Blosser.  Can God or the market set people free?  Libertarian, egalitarian, and ethical freedom.
Sandra Sullivan-Dunbar.  Gratuity, emobidment, and reciprocity: Christian love and justice in light of human dependency.
Bob Plant.  Wittgenstein, religious “passion”, and fundamentalism.
Austin L. Campbell.  Medical Manichaeism: Toward an Augustinian intervention.
Christopher STeck.  Re-embedding moral agency: Linking theology and ethics in Blake.
Book Discussion
Linda Hogan.  Formative and transformative: Charles Curran’s contribution to theological ethics.
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Michael J. Almeida, Freedom, God and Worlds. Reviewed by Peter Forrest.
Allan Gotthelf, Teleology, First Principles, and Scientific Method in Aristotle's Biology. Reviewed by David Henry.
Robert N. Johnson, Self-Improvement: An Essay in Kantian Ethics. Reviewed by Sorin Baiasu.
F. M. Kamm, The Moral Target: Aiming at Right Conduct in War and Other Conflicts. Reviewed by Cecile Fabre.
Neil Levy, Hard Luck: How Luck Undermines Free Will and Moral Responsibility. Reviewed by Andrew M. Bailey.
Simon Prosser and François Recanati (eds.), Immunity to Error through Misidentification: New Essays. Reviewed by Donovan Wishon.
Cornelis de Waal and Krysztof Piotr Skowronski (eds.), The Normative Thought of Charles S. Peirce. Reviewed by Robert Talisse.
José L. Zalabardo (ed.), Wittgenstein's Early Philosophy.  Reviewed by Hao Tang.
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Philosopher’ Imprint, Vol. 13, #6, 2013
Jeffrey K. McDonough. "Leibniz’s Conciliatory Account of Substance."

Philosophers' Imprint, Vol. 13, #7, 2013
Louis deRosset. "Grounding Explanations."
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Philosophy, Vol. 88, #2, 2013
Winner of the 2012 Philosophy Prize Essay Competition
Mariam Thalos.  Truth deserves to be believed.
Specially Commended in the 2012 Philosophy Prize Essay Competition
Sean Kelsey.  Truth and value in Plato’s Republic.
Daniel Whiting.  The good and the true (or the bad and the false).
Fiona Ellis.  Insatiable desire.
K.L. Evans.  Why the Tractatus, like the Old Testament, is ‘nothing but a book.’
Geoffrey Cupit. Fraternity and equality.
D. Goldstick.  Discussion: Internal impediments.
Susan James.  Spinoza on Philosophy, Religion, and Politics: The Theologico-Political Treatise.  Review by Genevieve Lloyd.
Frank Arntzenius.  Space, Time, and Stuff.  Review by Friedel Weinert.
Herman Philipse.  God in the Age of Science?  A Critique of Religious Reason.  Review by Jim Slagle.
T.M. Wilkinson.  Ethics and the Acquisition of Organs.  Review by Brenda Almond.
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Philosophy & Public Affairs, Vol. 41, #1, 2013
Ronald Dworkin.  A new philosophy for international law.
Joseph Heath.  The structure of intergenerational cooperation.
Avihay Dorfman and Alon Harel.  The case against privatization.
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Teaching Philosophy, Vol. 36, #2, 2013
Emily Esch.  A cognitive approach to teaching philosophy.
Stephen Finn.  Using psychology experiments in introductory philosophy courses.
Elizabeth Jelinek.  Using small group learning in the philosophy classroom.
Review Article
Rebecca Copenhaver.  Recent anthologies on modern philosophy.
Carlo Filice.  The Purpose of Life: An Eastern Philosophical Vision.  Review by Vance Cope-Kasten.
Michael K. Kellogg.  The Greek Search for Wisdom.  Review by Yancy Hughes Dominick.
David M. Kaplan.  The Philosophy of Food.  Review by Julina Roel Gonzalez.
Christopher DiCarlo.  How to Become a Really Good Pain in the Ass: A Critical Thinker’s Guide to Asking the Right Questions.  Review by Paul Herrick.
Puqun Li.  A Guide to Asian Philosophy.  Review by Ryan Jordan.
Peter Cave.  Philosophy: A Beginner’s Guide.  Review by David Lovekin.
Jaegwon Kim.  Philosophy of Mind.  Review by Jillian Scott McIntosh.
Richard Capobianco.  Engaging Heidegger.  Douglas F. Peduti.
Ian Evans and Nicholas Smith.  Knowledge.  Review by Basil Smith.
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Theoria, Vol. 60, #134, 2013
Mariam Thalos.  Towards a theory of freedom.
Elias L. Khalil.  What determines the boundary of civil society?  Hume, Smith, and the justification of European exploitation of Non-Europeans.
Leonie Ansems de Vries.  Subjecting international relations to the law of nature: A neglected aspect of the early modern Jurists and Edmund Burke.
Peter Vale.  The university as a bombed town.
Book Review
Slavoj Zizek and Boris Gunjevic.  God in Pain: Inversions of Apocalypse.  Review by Anthony Egan.
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