Monday, April 8, 2013

April 8, 2013

Dissent, Vol. 60, #2, 2013
Economics and Philosophy, Vol. 29, #1, 2013
Environmental & Resource Economics, Vol. 54, #4, 2013
International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 73, #2, 2013
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 26, #2, 2013
Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 121, #1, 2013
Language in Society, Vol. 42, #2, 2013
Mind & Language, Vol. 28, #2, 2013
Philosopher’s Imprint, Vol. 13, #5, 2013
Philosophical Topics, Vol. 38, #1, 2010
Politics & Policy, Vol. 41, #2, 2013
Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 88, #1, 2013
Social Epistemology, Vol. 27, #1, 2013
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, Vol. 44, #1, 2013
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Vol. 44, #1, 2013
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 44, #1, 2013

Dissent, Vol. 60, #2, 2013
Politics Abroad
Slawomir Sierakowski.  Open letter to the parties: Time for the neo-dissidents.
Adam Gaffney.  Austerity and the unraveling of European universal health care.
Michael Walzer and Dissent
Michael Kazin.  A decent leftist.
Martha C. Nussbaum.  The Mensch.
Brian Morton.  The man who knows himself.
Avishai Margalit.  Liberal or social democrat?
China’s 99%
Jeffrey Wasserstrom.  Fast change and its discontents.
Helen Gao.  Land of many nationalisms.
Leta Hong Fincher.  Women’s rights at risk.
Alec Ash.  China’s youth: Do they dare to care about politics?
Ross Perlin.  Chinese workers foxconned.
Josh Eidelson.  Guest workers as bellwether.
Aryeh Neier.  Between dignity and human rights.
David Marcus.  Post-hysterics: Zadie Smith and the fiction of austerity.
William P. Jones.  The forgotten radical history of the march on Washington.
Jill Lepore.  The Mansion of Happiness: A History of Life and Death.  The Story of America: Essays on Origins.  Review by Francesca Mari.  The microhistorian.
Pankaj Mishra.  From the Ruins of Empire: The Intellectuals Who Remade Asia.  Review by Daniel Brook.  Alternate modernity in Asia.
Mark Mazower.  Governing the World: The History of an Idea.  Review by Daniel Immerwahr.
Nelson Lichtenstein and Elizabeth Tandy.  The Right and Labor in America: Politics, Ideology, and Imagination.  Review by Jake Blumgart.  Through the workers’ blood.
Claire Magone, Michael Neuman, and Fabrice Weissman.  Humanitarian Negotiations Revealed: The MSF Experience.  Review by Didier Fassin. When humanitarianism turns realistic.
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Economics and Philosophy, Vol. 29, #1, 2013
Paula Casal.  Occupational choice and the egalitarian ethos.
Ian Carter.  Basic equality and the site of egalitarian justice.
Serena Olsaretti.  Rescuing justice and equality from libertarianism.
Andrew Williams.  How gifts and gambles preserve justice.
Franz Dietrich and Kai Spiekermann.  Epistemic democracy with defensible premises.
Ulrich Witt.  Competition as an ambiguous discovery procedure: A reappraisal of F.A. Hayek’s epistemic market liberalism.
Book Reviews
Peter Stone.  The Luck of the Draw: The Role of Lotteries in Decision Making.  Review by David Teira.
John B. Davis.  Individuals and Identity in Economics.  Review by Petri Ylikoski.
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Environmental & Resource Economics, Vol. 54, #4, 2013
Jorge Hargrave and Krisztina Kis-Katos.  Economic causes of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon: a panel data analysis for the 2000s.
Tatsuki Ueda and Peter G. Moffatt.  A socially efficient water tariff under the English optional metering scheme.
Gilles Grolleau, Naoufel Mzoughi, and Sanja Pekovic.  Is business performance related to the adoption of quality and environmental-related standards?
Maria Kopsakangas-Savolainen and Rauli Svento.  Promotion of market access for renewable energy in the Nordic power markets.
Juan Antonio Duro and Emilio Padilla.  Cross-country polarisation in CO2 emissions per capita in the European Union: Changes and explanatory factors.
O. Ashton Morgan, John C. Whitehead, William L. Huth, Greg S. Martin, and Richard Sjolander.  A split-sample revealed and stated preference demand model to examine homogenous subgroup consumer behavior responses to information and food safety technology treatments.
Jorge E. Arana and Carmelo J. Leon.  Can defaults save the climate?  Evidence from a field experiment on carbon offsetting programs.
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International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 73, #2,2013
Elizabeth Drummond Young.  God’s moral goodness and supererogation.
Paolo Diego Bubbio.  Kant’s sacrificial turns.
Dennis Vanden Auweele.  The lutheran influence on Kant’s depraved will.
Daniel Berthold.  Kierkegaard and Camus: either/or?
Book Reviews
James J. DiCenso.  Kant’s Religion within the Boundaries of Mere Reason: A Commentary.  Review by Pablo Muchnik.
Ronald M. Green.  Kierkegaard and Kant on Time and Eternity.  Review by Jonathan Malesic.
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Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 26, #2, 2013
Vincent Pompe.  More entrepreneurship: Resource-based ethics.
Joan Duckenfield.  Antibiotic resistance due to modern agricultural practices: An ethical perspective.
Michael A. Long and Douglas L. Murray.  Ethical consumption, values convergence/divergence, and community development.
Bernward Gesang.  What climate policy can a utilitarian justify?
Andrew T. Brei.  Rights and nature.
Joost Leuven and Tatjana Visak.  Ryder’s pianism and his criticism of utilitarianism.
Gregory R. Peterson.  Is eating locally a moral obligation?
Hanna Schosler, Joop de Boer, and Jan J. Boersema.  The organic food philosophy: A qualitative exploration of the practices, values, and beliefs of Dutch organic consumers within a cultural-historical frame.
Obidimma C. Ezezika, Jennifer Deadman, and Abdallah S. Daar.  She came, she saw, she sowed: Re-negotiating gender-responsive priorities for effective development of agricultural biotechnology in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Melania Salazar-Ordonez, Macario Rodriguez-Entrena, and Samir Sayadi.  Agricultural sustainability from a societal view: An analysis of Southern Spanish citizens.
Vikram S. Negi and R.K. Maikhuri.  Socio-ecological and religious perspective of agrobiodiversity conservation: Issues, concern and priority for sustainable agriculture, Central Himalaya.
Book Reviews
Huey D. Johnson.  Green Plans: Blueprint for a Sustainable Earth.  Review by Devparna Roy.
F. Bailey Norwood and Jayson L. Lusk.  Compassion By the Pound: The Economics of Farm Animal Welfare.  Review by Paul B. Thompson.
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Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 121, #1, 2013
Heidi L. Williams.  Intellectual property rights and innovation: Evidence from the human genome.
Rafael Di Tella and Ernesto Schargrodsky.  Criminal recidivism after prison and electronic monitoring.
Alfonso Irarrazabal, Andreas Moxnes, and Luca David Opromolla.  The margins of multinational production and the role of intrafirm trade.
Ricardgo Lagos.  Moneyspots: Extraneous attributes and the coexistence of money and interest-bearing nominal bonds.
Tayfun Sonmez.  Bidding for army career specialties: Improving the ROTC branching mechanism.
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Language in Society, Vol. 42, #2, 2013
Lian Malai Madsen.  “High” and “low” in urban Danish speech styles.
Brian Stross.  Falsetto voice and observational logic: Motivated meanings.
Angela Reyes.  Corporations are people: Emblematic scales of brand personification among Asian American youth.
Ian Keen.  The language of possession: Three case studies.
Book Review
Michael Lambek.  Ordinary Ethics: Anthropology, Language, and Action.  Review by Matt Tomlinson.
Book Notes
Nino Amiridze, Boyd H. Davis, and Margaret Maclagan.  Fillers, Pauses, and Placeholders.  Review by Jessica S. Robles.
Markku Haakana, Minna Laakso, and Jan Lindstrom.  Talk in Interaction: Comparative Dimensions.  Review by Tanya Romaniuk.
Dianne Bardsley.  In the Paddock and on the Run: The Language of Rural New Zealand.  Review by Katherine Quigley.
Ingrid Piller.  Intercultural Communication: A Critical Introduction.  Review by Ho Si Thang Kiet.
Andrew McKinlay and Chris McVittie.  Identities in Context: Individuals and Discourse in Action.  Review by Leslie Cochrane.
Richard J. Watts.  Language Myths and the History of English.  Review by Josh Cannon.
Siobhan Chapman.  Pragmatics.  Review by Li Fan.
Alexandre Duchene.  Ideologies Across Nations: The Construction of Linguistic Minorities at the United Nations.  Review by Sandra Nossik.
Lenore A. Grenoble and N. Louanna Furbee.  Language Documentation: Practices and Values.  Review by Juan Jose Bueno Holle.
Ruth Page and Bronwen Thomas.  New Narratives: Stories and Storytelling in the Digital Age.  Review by Sky Marsen.
Manuel Diaz-Campos.  The Handbook of Hispanic Sociolinguistics.  Review by Mario Serrano-Losada.
Roberto Cagliero and Jennifer Jenkins.  Discourses, Communities, and Global Englishes.  Review by Eun-Yong Kim.
Alasdair Archibald, Alessia Cogo, and Jennifer Jenkins.  Latest Trends in ELF Research.  Review by Chit Cheung Matthew Sung.
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Mind & Language, Vol. 28, #2, 2013
Peter Carruthers.  Mindreading in infancy.
Joseph I. Owens.  Semantic comprehension, inference, and psychological externalism.
Andreas Stokke.  Protagonist projection.
Shannon Spaulding.  Mirror neurons and social cognition.
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G. A. Cohen, Finding Oneself in the Other, Michael Otsuka. Reviewed by Ralf M. Bader.
Declan Smithies and Daniel Stoljar (eds.), Introspection and Consciousness. Reviewed by Matthew Boyle.
Antoine Suarez and Peter Adams (eds.), Is Science Compatible with Free Will?: Exploring Free Will and Consciousness in the Light of Quantum Physics and Neuroscience. Reviewed by Neil Levy.
David Wallace, The Emergent Multiverse: Quantum Theory according to the Everett Interpretation. Reviewed by Peter J. Lewis.
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Philosopher’s Imprint, Vol. 13, #5, 2013
David Ripley, "Revising Up: Strengthening Classical Logic in the Face of Paradox."
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Philosophical Topics, Vol. 38, #1, 2010
Christopher Cowley.  Learning to love.
Alice Crary.  Minding what already matters: A critique of moral individualism.
Cora Diamond.  Murdoch the explorer.
Joshua Gert.  Fitting-attitudes, secondary qualities, and values.
David Levy.  Moral authority and wrongdoing.
Judith Lichtenberg.  Oughts and cans: Badness, wrongness, and the limits of ethical theory.
Sabina Lovibond.  Impartial respect and natural interest.
Nigel Pleasants.  Moral argument is not enough: The persistence of slavery and the emergence of abolition.
Duncan Richter.  Ethics and private language.
Kieran Setiya.  Does moral theory corrupt youth?
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Politics & Policy, Vol. 41, #2, 2013
Martha Thomas.  The logic of dispute initiation under NAFTA Chapter 19.
Daniel Stockemer.  Corruption and turnout in presidential elections: A macro-level quantitative analysis.
Ashlie B. Delshad.  Telling stories: Exogenous influences on media, presidential, and congressional framing of biofuels.
Andrew Garner.  Ambivalence, the intergroup contact hypothesis, and attitudes about gay rights.
Hemant Sharma and Colin Glennon.  A case for Supreme Court term limits? The changing ideological relationship between appointing presidents and Supreme Court justices.
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Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 88, #1, 2013
John Odling-Smee, Douglas H. Erwin, Eric P. Palkovacs, Marcus W. Feldman, and Kevin N. Laland.  Niche construction theory: A practical guide for ecologists.
Book Reviews
History, Philosophy, and Ethics of Biology

Michael Ruse.  The Philosophy of Human Evolution.  Review by Garland E. Allen.
John Dupre.  Processes of Life: Essays in the Philosophy of Biology.  Review by Richard A. Richards.
John Lynch.  What Are Stem Cells?: Definitions at the Intersection of Science and Politics.
David K. Skelly, David M. Post, Melinda D. Smith, and Thomas E. Lovejoy.  The Art of Ecology: Writings of G. Evelyn Hutchinson.  Review by Michael E. Kaspari.
Frederick Burkhardt, James A. Secord, Janet Browne, Samantha Evans, Shelley Innes, Alison M. Pearn, and Paul White. The Correspondence of Charles Darwin.  Review by Michael Ruse.
Additional books reviews available in the following categories: General Biology, Ecological Economics and Sustainability, Paleontology, Ecology, Conservation Biology, Evolution, Taxonomy, Systematics, and Phylogenetics, Behavior, Neurobiology, Anatomy and Physiology, Cell and Molecular Biology, Genetics, Microbiology, Botany, Zoology, and Miscellaneous.
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Social Epistemology, Vol. 27, #1, 2013
Miika Vahamaa.  Groups as epistemic communities: Social forces and affect as antecedents to knowledge.
Don Fallis and Kay Mathiesen.  Veritistic epistemology and the epistemic goals of groups: A reply to Vahamaa.
Miika Vahamaa.  A group epistemology is a group necessity: A reply to Fallis and Mathiesen.
David-Hillel Ruben.  Traditions and true successors.
Natasha Susan Mauthner and Odette Parry.  Open access digital sharing: Principles, policies, and practices.
Dimitri Ginev.  Scrutinizing scientism from a hermeneutic point of view.
Chris Degeling, Ian Kerridge, and Melanie Rock.  What to think of canine obesity?  Emerging challenges to our understanding of human-animal health relationships.
Kwang-Kuo Hwang.  Linking science to culture: Challenge to psychologists.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, Vol. 44, #1, 2013
Christoph Hoffmann.  Superpositions: Ludwig Mach and Etienne-Jules Marey’s studies in streamline photography.
Sonia Maria Dion.  Pierre Duhem and the inconsistency between instrumentalism and natural classification.
Erik C. Banks.  Extension and measurement: A constructivist program from Leibniz to Grassmann.
Carlo Cellucci.  Philosophy of mathematics: Making a fresh start.
Markus Asper.  Explanation between nature and text: Ancient Greek commentators on science.
Paul Needham.  Hydrogen bonding: Homing in on a tricky chemical concept.
Raphael Scholl.  Causal inference, mechanisms, and the Semmelweis case.
Ron Mallon.  Was Race thinking invented in the modern west?
Samuel Schindler.  Theory-laden experimentation.
Sheldon Smith.  Kant’s picture of monads in the Physical Monadology.
Pierre-Olivier Methot.  On the genealogy of concepts and experimental practices: Rethinking Georges Canguilhem’s historical epistemology.
State of the Field Article
Justin Biddle.  State of the field: Transient underdetermination and values in science.
Markus Seidel.  Why the epistemic relativist cannot use the sceptic’s strategy: A comment on Sankey.
Howard Sankey.  How the epistemic relativist may use the sceptic’s strategy: A reply to Markus Seidel.
Markus Seidel.  Scylla and Charybdis on the epistemic relativist: Why the epistemic relativist still cannot use the sceptic’s strategy.
Book Reviews
Peter Pesic.  Hermann Weyl’s neighborhood.
Svetla Slaveva-Griffin.  Is there philosophy after Aristotle?
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Vol. 44, #1, 2013
Koray Karaca.  The construction of the Higgs mechanism and the emergence of electroweak theory.
Joe Henson.  Confounding causality principles: Comment on Redei and San Pedro’s “Distinguishing causality principles.”
Special Issue Section: Part and Whole in Physics
Richard Healey and Jos Uffink.  Part and whole in physics: an introduction.
Leo P. Kadanoff.  Relating theories via renormalization.
GianCarlo Ghirardi.  The parts and the whole: Collapse theories and systems with identical constituents.
Richard Healey.  Physical composition.
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 44, #1, 2013
Special Section: Forensic Cultures
Ian Burney, David A. Kirby, and Neil Pemberton.  Introducing ‘forensic cultures.’
Christopher Hamlin.  Forensic cultures in historical perspective: Technologies of witness, testimony, judgment, (and justice?).
Ian Burney and Neil Pemberton.  Making space for criminalistics: Hans Gross and fin-de-siecle CSI.
Alison Winter.  The rise and fall of the forensic hypnosis.
Simon A. Cole.  Forensic culture as epistemic culture: The sociology of forensic science.
Paul Roberts.  Renegotiating forensic cultures: Between law, science, and criminal justice.
Michael Lynch.  Science, truth, and forensic cultures: The exceptional legal status of DNA evidence.
Barbara Prainsack and Victor Toom.  Performing the Union: the Prium decision and the European dream.
Gary Edmond.  Just truth?  Carefully applying history, philosophy, and sociology of science to the forensic use of CCTV images.
David A. Kirby.  Forensic fictions: Science, television production, and modern storytelling.
Deborah Jermyn.  Labs and slabs: Television crime drama and the quest for forensic realism.
Essay Reviews
Erica Torrens.  Visualizing the order of nature.
Oren Harman.  Shakespeare among the ants.
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