Wednesday, May 15, 2013

May 15, 2013

Acta Analytica, Vol. 28, #2, 2013
American Political Science Review, Vol. 107, #2, 2013
APA Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy, Vol. 12, #2, 2013
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 36, #3, 2013
Bioethics, Vol. 27, #5 2013
Dissensus, journal of political philosophy – n°5
Human Rights Review, Vol. 14, #2, 2013
International Journal for the Study of Skepticism, Vol. 3, #2, 2013
Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 40, #2, 2013
Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 42, #1, 2013
Journal of Nietzsche Studies, Vol. 44, #1, 2013
Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 21, #2, 2013
Legal Studies, Vol. 33, #2, 2013
Legal Theory, Vol. 19, #1, 2013
Natural Language Semantics, Vol. 21, #2, 2013
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 164, #2, 2013
Philosophy East and West, Vol. 63, #2, 2013
Ratio, Vol. 26, #2, 2013
Ratio Juris, Vol. 26, #2, 2013
South African Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 32, #1, 2013

Acta Analytica, Vol. 28, #2, 2013
Nick Zangwill.Does Knowledge Depend on Truth?
Clayton Littlejohn. No Evidence is False.
Terry Horgan, Matjaž Potrč. Epistemological Skepticism, Semantic Blindness, and Competence-Based Performance Errors.
Edoardo Zamuner. The Role of the Visual System in Emotion Perception.
Carolyn Price. The Problem of Emotional Significance.
Matjaž Potrč, Vojko Strahovnik. Moral Dilemmas and Vagueness.
Jiri Benovsky. New Reasons to Motivate Trope Theory: Endurantism and Perdurantism.
Iskra Fileva, Jon Tresan. Wisdom Beyond Rationality: A Reply to Ryan.
Jennifer Duke-Yonge. Ownership, Authorship and External Justification.
Daniel S. Breyer. Ownership, Agency, and Defeat.
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American Political Science Review, Vol. 107, #2, 2013
Jan H. Pierskalla and Florian M. Hollenbach. Technology and Collective Action: The Effect of Cell Phone Coverage on Political Violence in Africa.
Erik J. Engstrom and Jesse R. Hammond and John T. Scott. Capitol Mobility: Madisonian Representation and the Location and Relocation of Capitals in the United States.
Karen Orren and Christopher Walker. Cold Case File: Indictable Acts and Officer Accountability in Marbury v. Madison.
Andrew Reynolds. Representation and Rights: The Impact of LGBT Legislators in Comparative Perspective.
Michael Bang Petersen and LENE Aarøe. Politics in the Mind's Eye: Imagination as a Link between Social and Political Cognition.
Nicholas Sambanis and Moses Shayo. Social Identification and Ethnic Conflict.
Gary King and Jennifer Pan And MARGARET E. ROBERTS. How Censorship in China Allows Government Criticism but Silences Collective Expression.
Nahomi Ichino and Noah L. Nathan. Crossing the Line: Local Ethnic Geography and Voting in Ghana.
James H. Fowler and Christopher T. Dawes. In Defense of Genopolitics.
Kristen Diane Deppe and Scott F. Stoltenberg and Kevin B. Smith and John R. Hibbing. Candidate Genes and Voter Turnout: Further Evidence on the Role of 5-HTTLPR.
Evan Charney and William English. Genopolitics and the Science of Genetics.
Jeffrey Edward Green. Rawls and the Forgotten Figure of the Most Advantaged: In Defense of Reasonable Envy toward the Superrich—Erratum.
Note from the Editors
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APA Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy, Vol. 12, #2, 2013 (must download)
Naomi Zack. Pluralism in ‘Academic Politics’: The Collateral Damage of Cronyism and Legal Aspects of Common Misconduct.
Erin C. Tarver. The Dismissal of Feminist Philosophy and Hostility to Women in the Profession.
Elizabeth Sperry. Is There an Obligation to Tell?
Clara Fischer. Moral Musings on Philosophy, Gender, and the Academic Precariat.
Heather Rake. Pluralizing the Local: The Case for an Intersectional, Relational Subject in and for Feminist Philosophy.
Book Reviews
Christine Overall: Why Have Children? The Ethical Debate. Reviewed by Shelley Tremain.
David Benatar: The Second Sexism: Discrimination Against Men and Boys. Reviewed by Katherine Schweitzer.
Mary Ann G. Cutter: The Ethics of Gender-Specific Disease. Reviewed by AlisoN Crane-Reiheld.
Martha B. Holstein, Jennifer A. Parks, and Mark H. Waymack: Ethics, Aging, and Society: The Critical Turn. Reviewed by Monique Lanoix.
Naomi Scheman: Shifting Ground: Knowledge and Reality, Transgression and Trustworthiness. Reviewed by Rebecca Kukla.
Ann V. Murphy: Violence and the Philosophical Imaginary. Reviewed by Lauren Guilmette.
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Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 36, #3, 2013
Target Article
Andy Clark..Whatever next? Predictive brains, situated agents, and the future of cognitive science.
Open Peer Commentary
Michael L. Anderson and Tony Chemero. The problem with brain GUTs: Conflation of different senses of “prediction” threatens metaphysical disaster.
Ned Block and Susanna Siegel. Attention and perceptual adaptation.
Howard Bowman and Marco Filetti and Brad Wyble and Christian Olivers. Attention is more than prediction precision.
Bruce Bridgeman. Applications of predictive control in neuroscience.
Gavin Buckingham and Melvyn A. Goodale. When the predictive brain gets it really wrong.
Daniel C. Dennett. Expecting ourselves to expect: The Bayesian brain as a projector.
Tobias Egner and Christopher Summerfield. Grounding predictive coding models in empirical neuroscience research.
Thomas A. Farmer and Meredith Brown and Michael K. Tanenhaus. Prediction, explanation, and the role of generative models in language processing.
Karl Friston. Active inference and free energy.
Tom Froese and Takashi Ikegami. The brain is not an isolated “black box,” nor is its goal to become one.
Philip Gerrans. Unraveling the mind.
Patricia Adair Gowaty and Stephen P. Hubbell. Bayesian animals sense ecological constraints to predict fitness and organize individually flexible reproductive decisions.
Jacob B. Hirsh and Raymond A. Mar and Jordan B. Peterson. Personal narratives as the highest level of cognitive integration.
Linus Holm and Guy Madison. Whenever next: Hierarchical timing of perception and action.
Elias L. Khalil. Two kinds of theory-laden cognitive processes: Distinguishing intransigence from dogmatism.
Peter König and Niklas Wilming and Kai Kaspar and Saskia K. Nagel and Selim Onat. Predictions in the light of your own action repertoire as a general computational principle.
Daniel Ying-Jeh Little and Friedrich Tobias Sommer. Maximal mutual information, not minimal entropy, for escaping the “Dark Room.”
Lars Muckli and Lucy S. Petro and Fraser W. Smith. Backwards is the way forward: Feedback in the cortical hierarchy predicts the expected future.
Bryan Paton and Josh Skewes and Chris Frith and Jakob Hohwy. Skull-bound perception and precision optimization through culture.
William A. Phillips. Neuronal inference must be local, selective, and coordinated.
Daniel Rasmussen and Chris Eliasmith. God, the devil, and the details: Fleshing out the predictive processing framework.
Andreas Roepstorff. Interactively human: Sharing time, constructing materiality.
Don Ross. Action-oriented predictive processing and the neuroeconomics of sub-cognitive reward.
Rebecca S. Schaefer and Katie Overy and Peter Nelson. Affect and non-uniform characteristics of predictive processing in musical behaviour.
Anil K. Seth and Hugo D. Critchley. Extending predictive processing to the body: Emotion as interoceptive inference.
Nicholas Shea. Perception versus action: The computations may be the same but the direction of fit differs.
Steven M. Silverstein. Schizophrenia-related phenomena that challenge prediction error as the basis of cognitive functioning.
Aaron Sloman. What else can brains do?
Michael W. Spratling. Distinguishing theory from implementation in predictive coding accounts of brain function.
Thomas Trappenberg and Paul Hollensen. Sparse coding and challenges for Bayesian models of the brain.
Author's Respons
Andy Clark. Are we predictive engines? Perils, prospects, and the puzzle of the porous perceiver.
Target Article
Emmanuel M. Pothos and Jerome R. Busemeyer. Can quantum probability provide a new direction for cognitive modeling?
Open Peer Commentary
Diederik Aerts and Jan Broekaert and Liane Gabora and Sandro Sozzo. Quantum structure and human thought.
Harald Atmanspacher. At home in the quantum world.
Marcus Vinícius C. Baldo. Signal detection theory in Hilbert space.
Arpan Banerjee and Barry Horwitz. Can quantum probability help analyze the behavior of functional brain networks?
Christina Behme. Uncertainty about the value of quantum probability for cognitive modeling.
Reinhard Blutner and Peter beim Graben. The (virtual) conceptual necessity of quantum probabilities in cognitive psychology.
Alexandre de Castro. On the quantum principles of cognitive learning.
Philip J. Corr. Cold and hot cognition: Quantum probability theory and realistic psychological modeling.
Ehtibar N. Dzhafarov and Janne V. Kujala. Beyond quantum probability: Another formalism shared by quantum physics and psychology.
Donald R. Franceschetti and Elizabeth Gire. Quantum probability and cognitive modeling: Some cautions and a promising direction in modeling physics learning.
Andrew Gelman and Michael Betancourt. Does quantum uncertainty have a place in everyday applied statistics?
Cleotilde Gonzalez and Christian Lebiere. Cognitive architectures combine formal and heuristic approaches.
Randolph C. Grace and Simon Kemp. Quantum probability and comparative cognition.
Stuart R. Hameroff. Quantum mathematical cognition requires quantum brain biology: The “Orch OR” theory.
James A. Hampton. Quantum probability and conceptual combination in conjunctions.
Alasdair I. Houston and Karoline Wiesner. Is quantum probability rational?
Artem Kaznatcheev and Thomas R. Shultz. Limitations of the Dirac formalism as a descriptive framework for cognition.
Elias L. Khalil. Disentangling the order effect from the context effect: Analogies, homologies, and quantum probability.
Petko Kusev and Paul van Schaik. The cognitive economy: The probabilistic turn in psychology and human cognition.
Michael D. Lee and Wolf Vanpaemel. Quantum models of cognition as Orwellian newspeak.
Bradley C. Love. Grounding quantum probability in psychological mechanism.
Bruce James MacLennan. Cognition in Hilbert space.
Julian N. Marewski and Ulrich Hoffrage. Processes models, environmental analyses, and cognitive architectures: Quo vadis quantum probability theory?
Donald Mender. The implicit possibility of dualism in quantum probabilistic cognitive modeling.
Daniel Joseph Navarro and Ian Fuss. What are the mechanics of quantum cognition?
Ben R. Newell and Don van Ravenzwaaij and Chris Donkin. A quantum of truth? Querying the alternative benchmark for human cognition.
Hamid R. Noori and Rainer Spanagel. Quantum modeling of common sense.
Mike Oaksford. Quantum probability, intuition, and human rationality.
Timothy J. Pleskac and Peter D. Kvam and Shuli Yu. What's the predicted outcome? Explanatory and predictive properties of the quantum probability framework.
Tim Rakow. If quantum probability = classical probability + bounded cognition; is this good, bad, or unnecessary?
Don Ross and James Ladyman. Quantum probability, choice in large worlds, and the statistical structure of reality.
James Shanteau and David J. Weiss. Physics envy: Trying to fit a square peg into a round hole.
Terrence C. Stewart and Chris Eliasmith. Realistic neurons can compute the operations needed by quantum probability theory and other vector symbolic architectures.
Katya Tentori and Vincenzo Crupi. Why quantum probability does not explain the conjunction fallacy.
Author’s Response
Emmanuel M. Pothos and Jerome R. Busemeyer. Quantum principles in psychology: The debate, the evidence, and the future.
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Bioethics, Vol. 27, #5 2013
Editorial. Udo Schüklenk.
Beyond Sun, Sand, And Stitches: Assigning Responsibility For The Harms Of Medical Tourism.
Jeremy Snyder, Valorie Crooks, Rory Johnston And Paul Kingsbury.
Simon Woods And Pauline Mccormack. Disputing The Ethics Of Research: The Challenge From Bioethics And Patient Activism To The Interpretation Of The Declaration Of Helsinki In Clinical Trials.
Tamra Lysaght And Alastair V. Campbell. Broadening The Scope Of Debates Around Stem Cell Research.
Thomas S. Huddle. Moral Fiction Or Moral Fact? The Distinction Between Doing And Allowing In Medical Ethics.
Rob Lovering. The Substance View: A Critique.
Sridhar Venkatapuram. Health, Vital Goals, And Central Human Capabilities.
Lennart Nordenfelt. Standard Circumstances And Vital Goals: Comments On Venkatapuram's Critique.
John Harris. Moral Progress And Moral Enhancement.
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Dissensus, journal of political philosophy – n°5
Subjectivations politiques et économie des savoirs (Coordination : Th. Bolmain et G. Cormann)
Grégory Cormann : « La politique d’après : subjectivations et politisations post-althussériennes. Quelques réflexions introductives autour d’un programme de recherche matérialiste »
Thomas Bolmain : « Politique, savoir, subjectivation. Recherche sur la question du sujet dans la philosophie politique française contemporaine »
Livio Boni : « L’impasse de l’être comme passe du sujet : figures de la subjectivation chez Alain Badiou »
Andrea Cavazzini : « Le sujet rôde toujours ou comment la dialectique hégélienne peut déplacer les montagnes »
David Amalric et Benjamin Faure : « Réappropriation des savoirs et subjectivations politiques : Jacques Rancière après Mai 68 »
Marco Rampazzo-Bazzan : « Anschlag. Interlude subversif. Pour une carte du mouvement étudiant allemand des années '60 »
Guillaume Sibertin-Blanc : « Généalogie, topique, symptomatologie de la subjectivation politique : questions-programme pour un concept politique de minorité »
Sophie Bourgault: « Prolegomena to a rehabilitation of Platonic moderation »
François Charbonneau : « Comment lire Essai sur la révolution d’Hannah Arendt ? »
Oriane Petteni : « L’argot dans les discours hugolien et célinien. Une lecture symptômale des apories du concept de fraternité »
Yves Citton, Laurent Demoulin, Antoine Janvier et François Provenzano : « Exploitation, interprétation, scénarisation. Entretien avec Yves Citton »
André Tosel : Recension de Isabelle Garo, Foucault, Deleuze & Althusser. La politique dans la philosophie, Paris, Demopolis, 2011, 417 p., 21 euros.
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Human Rights Review, Vol. 14, #2, 2013
Lindsey N. Kingston. “A Forgotten Human Rights Crisis”: Statelessness and Issue (Non)Emergence.
Kamal Halili Hassan, Mostafa Seraji. Addressing Workers’ Freedom of Association and its Dispute Resolution in the Context of the Shari’ah.
Laura K. Landolt. Externalizing Human Rights: From Commission to Council, the Universal Periodic Review and Egypt.
Federico Merke, Gino Pauselli. Foreign Policy and Human Rights Advocacy: An Exercise in Measurement and Explanation.
Book Reviews
The Costs of Justice: How New Leaders Respond to Previous Human Rights Abuses by Brian K. Grodsky. Review by Rowland Brucken.
Human Rights and Minority Rights in the European Union by Kirsten Shoraka. Review by David J. Galbreath.
Citizenship, Borders, and Human Needs by Rogers M. Smith, ed. Review by Geoffrey R. Skoll.
Acts of Activism: Human Rights as Radical Performance by D. Soyini Madison. Review by Dave O. Benjamin.
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International Journal for the Study of Skepticism, Vol. 3, #2, 2013
Scott Aikin; Brian Ribeiro. Skeptical Theism, Moral Skepticism, and Divine Commands. 
Daniele Sgaravatti. In Conversation with the Skeptic: Contextualism and the Raising of Standards.
Giovanni Mion. Skepticism and Objective Contexts: A Critique of DeRose
Gail Fine. Belief and Truth: A Skeptic Reading of Plato.
Luiz Eva. Michel de Montaigne: la culminación del escepticismo en el Renacimiento. By Manuel Bermúdez Vásquez.  
Omar Mirza.  Philosophy from a Skeptical Perspective. By Joseph Agassi and Abraham Meidan.
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Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 40, #2, 2013
Ben Pontin. The Common Law Clean Up of the ‘Workshop of the World’: More Realism About Nuisance Law's Historic Environmental Achievements.
Vicki Lens, Astraea Augsberger, Andrea Hughes and Tina Wu. Choreographing Justice: Administrative Law Judges and the Management of Welfare Disputes.
Anne-Mette Magnussen and Even Nilssen. Juridification and the Construction of Social Citizenship.
Paul Johnson. Homosexuality and the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights: What Can Be Learned from the History of the European Convention on Human Rights?
Kate Fitz-Gibbon. Replacing Provocation in England and Wales: Examining the Partial Defence of Loss of Control.
Book Reviews
Law and The Regulation of Medicines by Emily Jackson. Review by Phil Fennell
Indigenous Crime and Settler Law: White Sovereignty After Empire by Heather Douglas and Mark Finnane. Review by Tim Rowse.
Observing Law Through Systems Theory by Richard Nobles and David Schiff. Review by Klaus A. Ziegert.
Books Received
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Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 42, #1, 2013
Alan Schwartz and Joel Watson. Conceptualizing Contractual Interpretation.
William H. J. Hubbard. Testing for Change in Procedural Standards, with Application to Bell Atlantic v. Twombly.
David Gilo, Ehud Guttel, and Erez Yuval. Negligence, Strict Liability, and Collective Action.
Philip E. Tetlock, Gregory Mitchell, and L. Jason Anastasopoulos. Detecting and Punishing Unconscious Bias.
Stephen J. Choi, Mitu Gulati, and Eric A. Posner. The Law and Policy of Judicial Retirement: An Empirical Study.
Yonatan Lupu and James H. Fowler. Strategic Citations to Precedent on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Steven Raphael and Michael A. Stoll. Assessing the Contribution of the Deinstitutionalization of the Mentally Ill to Growth in the U.S. Incarceration Rate.
Amy Farmer and Paul Pecorino. Discovery and Disclosure with Asymmetric Information and Endogenous Expenditure at Trial.
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Journal of Nietzsche Studies, Vol. 44, #1, 2013
Special Issue: Nietzsche and the Affects
Abbreviations and Citations of Friedrich Nietzsche’s Works
Keith Ansell-Pearson, Michael Ure. Introduction: Nietzsche and the Passions.
Aurelia Armstrong. The Passions, Power, and Practical Philosophy: Spinoza and Nietzsche Contra the Stoics.
Michael Ure. Nietzsche’s Schadenfreude.
Joanne Faulkner. Disgust, Purity, and a Longing for Companionship: Dialectics of Affect in Nietzsche’s Imagined Community.
Joseph D. Kuzma. Nietzsche, Tristan, and the Rehabilitation of Erotic Distance.
Martin Endres, Axel Pichler. Philologica “warum ich diesen mißrathenen Satz schuf ”: Ways of Reading Nietzsche in the Light of KGW IX.
Research Forum
Helmut Heit. Berliner Nietzsche Colloquium.
Book Reviews
Nietzsche and Antiquity: His Reaction and Response to the Classical Tradition ed. by Paul Bishop. Review by Charles Bambach.
Nietzsche on Instinct and Language ed. by João Constâncio and Maria João Mayer Branco. Review by James Pearson.
Menschenwürde nach Nietzsche: Die Geschichte eines Begriffes by Stefan Lorenz Sorgner. Review by Greg Whitlock.
Nietzsche, die Orchestikologie und das dissipative Denken by Axel Pichler. Review by Joel Westerdale.
Nietzsche and the Horror of Existence by Philip J. Kain. Review by Michael J. McNeal.
Nihilistisches Geschichtsdenken: Nietzsches perspektivische Genealogie by Marcus Andreas Born. Review by Christoph Schuringa.
Nietzsches Wissenschaftsphilosophie: Hintergründe, Wirkungen und Aktualität ed. by Helmut Heit. Review by Mario Brandhorst.
Nietzsche and the Necessity of Freedom by John Mandalios. Review by Allison Merrick.
Zarathustra a Parigi: La ricezione di Nietzsche nella cultura francese del primo novecento by Alice Gonzi. Review by Alberto Giacomelli.
Le voyage de Nietzsche à Sorrente: Genèse de la philosophie de l’esprit libre by Paolo D’Iorio. Review by Emmanuel Salanskis.
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Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 21, #2, 2013
Jiwie Ci. Agency and other stakes of poverty.
Robin Hanson. Shall we vote on values, but bet on beliefs?
Michael Fuerstin. Epistemic trust and liberal justification.
Mihaela Mihai. When the state says “sorry” : state apologies as exemplary political judgements.
Veronique Munoz-Darde. In the face of austerity: the puzzle of museums and universities.
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Legal Studies, Vol. 33, #2, 2013
Anne-Marie McAlinden. An inconvenient truth: barriers to truth recovery in the aftermath of institutional child abuse in Ireland.
Kay Goodall. Conceptualising ‘racism’ in criminal law.
Jill Morgan and Mark Stallworthy. Indemnifying against flood loss in a changing environment.
Gary KY Chan. Corporate defamation: reputation, rights and remedies.
Simonetta Manfredi and Lucy Vickers. Pensioning off the mandatory retirement age: implications for the higher education sector.
Karen Yeung. Better regulation, administrative sanctions and constitutional values.
Book Reviews
Housing Law and Policy, by David Cowan. Review by Liam Thornton.
The Global Limits of Competition Law, edited by Ioannis Lianos and D Daniel Sokol. Review by Valerie Demedts.
Narratives of Islamic Legal Theory, by Rumee Ahmed. Review by Máiréad Enright.
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Human Dignity in Bioethics and Law, by Charles Foster. Vol. 32, Issue 4, 668–673.
Books received
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Legal Theory, Vol. 19, #1, 2013
Amalia Amaya. Coherence, Evidence, and Legal Proof.
George Duke. Finnis on the Authority of Law and the Common Good.
Christopher Essert. Legal Obligations and Reasons.
Book Reviews
Stephen Darwall. Forcing Freedom. A review of Arthur Ripstein’s Force and Freedom: Kant’s Legal and Political Philosophy.
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Natural Language Semantics, Vol. 21, #2, 2013
Kyle Rawlins. (Un)conditionals.
Ilaria Frana. Quantified concealed questions.
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Miguel de Beistegui, Proust as Philosopher: The Art of Metaphor, Dorotheé Bonnigal Katz, Simon Sparks and Miguel de Beistegui (trs.). Reviewed by Katherine Elkins.
Meir Hemmo and Orly R. Shenker, The Road to Maxwell's Demon: Conceptual Foundations of Statistical Mechanics. Reviewed by Charlotte Werndl.
Helen Longino, Studying Human Behavior: How Scientists Investigate Aggression and Sexuality. Reviewed by Angela Potochnik.
Jon Miller (ed.), The Reception of Aristotle's Ethics. Reviewed by Pavlos Kontos.
Miguel Tamen, What Art is Like, In Constant Reference to the Alice Books. Reviewed by Peter Lamarque.
Richard White, The Heart of Wisdom: A Philosophy of Spiritual Life. Reviewed by Stephen R.L. Clark.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 164, #2, 2013
Kevin McCain. Two skeptical arguments or only one?
Adrian Boutel. How to be a type-C physicalist.
Eric Yang. Eliminativism, interventionism and the Overdetermination Argument.
Elia Zardin. Knowledge-how, true indexical belief, and action.
Neil Mehta. Is there a phenomenological argument for higher-order representationalism?
Giuseppe Primiero. Offline and online data: on upgrading functional information to knowledge.
Brian Rabern. Monsters in Kaplan’s logic of demonstratives.
Todd Ganson, Ben Bronner. Visual prominence and representationalism.
Kristján Kristjánsson. Aristotelian motivational externalism.
Justin C. Fisher. Dispositions, conditionals and auspicious circumstances.
Oliver Rashbrook. Diachronic and synchronic unity.
David Braun. Contextualism about ‘might’ and says-that ascriptions.
Suzy Killmiste. Autonomy and false beliefs.
William G. Lycan. Is property dualism better off than substance dualism?
Carlos Soto. Killing, wrongness, and equality.
Robert Mark Simpson. Epistemic peerhood and the epistemology of disagreement.
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Philosophy East and West, Vol. 63, #2, 2013
A. T. Nuyen. The "Mandate of Heaven": Mencius and the Divine Command Theory of Political Legitimacy.
Joel Krueger. Watsuji's Phenomenology of Embodiment and Social Space.
Tao Jin. What it Means to Interpret: A Standard Formulation and its Implicit Corollaries in Chinese Buddhism.
Paul Kabay. Interpreting the Divyadhvani: On Why the Digambara Sect Is Right about the Nature of the Kevalin.
Matthew MacKenzie. Enacting Selves, Enacting Worlds: On the Buddhist Theory of Karma.
Pirooz Fatoorchi. On Intellectual Skepticism: A Selection of Skeptical Arguments and Ṭūsī's Criticisms, with Some Comparative Notes.
Jong-Hyun Yeo. A Phenomenological Reading of Zhuzi.
Gordon Davis. Traces of Consequentialism and Non-Consequentialism In Bodhisattva Ethics.
Book Reviews
Dong Zhongshu: A 'Confucian' Heritage and the Chunqiu Fanlu by Michael Loewe. Review by Paul Fischer.
Philosophy in Early Safavid Iran: Najm al-Dīn Maḥmūd al-Nayrīzī and His Writings by Reza Pourjavady. Review by Janis Eshots.
Books Received
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Ratio, Vol. 26, #2, 2013
Chrisoula Andreou. AGENCY AND AWARENESS .
Travis Dumsday. Laws of Nature Don't Have Ceteris Paribus Clauses, They Are Ceteris Paribus Clauses.
Patrick Toner. On Aristotelianism and Structures as Parts.
Brian Jonathan Garrett. Constitution, Over Determination and Causal Power.
Bekka Williams. The Agent-Relative Probability Threshold of Hope.
Christopher M. Rice. Defending the Objective List Theory of Well-Being.
M. Oreste Fiocco. Consequentialism and the World in Time.
Book  Review
C. Hoerl , T. McCormack , & S.R. Beck (eds.), Understanding Counterfactuals, Understanding Causation: Issues in Philosophy and Psychology. Review by B. D. Glennon.
Books Received
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Ratio Juris, Vol. 26, #2, 2013
William A. Edmundson. Politics in a State of Nature.
Dorota Mokrosinska. Communal Ties and Political Obligations.
Charles Lowell Barzun. Legal Rights and the Limits of Conceptual Analysis: A Case Study.
Jacob Affolter. Fighting Discrimination with Discrimination: Public Universities and the Rights of Dissenting Students.
Felipe Oliveira De Sousa. The Objectivity of Beliefs, Reasonable Disagreement and Political Deliberation.
Lyana Francot-Timmermans and Ubaldus De Vries. Eyes Wide Shut: On Risk, Rule of Law and Precaution.
Kjartan Koch Mikalsen. Kant and Habermas on International Law.
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South African Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 32, #1, 2013
Simon Beck. Am I My Brother’s Keeper? On Personal Identity and Responsibility.
Christian B.N. Gade. Restorative Justice and the South African Truth and Reconciliation Process.
Susan Hall. In the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act Guilty of Disability Discrimination?
Carl Knight. The Injustice of Discrimination.
Dirk Louw. Defining Philosophical Counseling: An Overview.
Michael M. Pitman. Mental states, processes, and conscious intent in Libet’s experiments.
Danie Strauss. Understanding of the Linguistic Turn and the Quest for Meaning: Historical perspectives and systematic considerations.
Herman van Erp. Political Obligation, Dirty Hands and Torture; A Moral Evaluation.
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