Thursday, February 20, 2014

February 20, 2014

Law and Philosophy, Vol. 33, #2, 2014
Philosophia Mathematica, Vol. 22, #1, 2014
Public Choice, Vol. 158, #3-4, 2014
Ratio Juris, Vol. 27, #1, 2014
Studia Logica, Vol. 102, #1, 2014

Law and Philosophy, Vol. 33, #2, 2014
Original Paper
Adam Slavny. Negating and Counterbalancing: A Fundamental Distinction in the Concept of a Corrective Duty.
Hallie Liberto. The Moral Specification of Rights: A Restricted Account.
Tamar Meisels. Assassination: Targeting Nuclear Scientists.
Adam Omar Hosein. Doing, Allowing, and the State.
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Gregg Jaeger, Quantum Objects: Non-Local Correlation, Causality and Objective Indefiniteness in the Quantum World. Reviewed by Andrew Wayne.
David James, Rousseau and German IdealismFreedom, Dependence and Necessity. Reviewed by Sally J. Scholz. 
Stephen Mumford and Matthew Tugby (eds.), Metaphysics and Science. Reviewed by Alastair Wilson.
Eric Roark, Removing the Commons: A Lockean Left-Libertarian Approach to the Just Use and Appropriation of Natural Resources. Reviewed by Avery Kolers.
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Philosophia Mathematica, Vol. 22, #1, 2014
Steve Awodey. Structuralism, Invariance, and Univalence.
Donald Gillies. Should Philosophers of Mathematics Make Use of Sociology?
Sheldon R. Smith. The Mystery of Applied Mathematics?: A Case Study in Mathematical Development Involving the Fractional Derivative Philosophia Mathematica.
Georg Schiemer. Invariants and Mathematical Structuralism.
Roy T. Cook. PATRICIA A. BLANCHETTE. Frege's Conception of Logic.
A.C. Paseau. DAVID PAPINEAU. Philosophical Devices: Proofs, Probabilities, Possibilities, and Sets.
Andrew David Irvine. Mark Colyvan. An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mathematics.
Stefania Centrone. Mirja Hartimo ed. Phenomenology and Mathematics.
Douglas Kutach. Shlomo Sternberg. Curvature in Mathematics and Physics.
John L. Bell. Gregory H. Moore. Zermelo’s Axiom of Choice: Its Origins, Development, and Influence.
James Robert Brown. MARCO PANZA AND ANDREA SERENI. Plato's Problem: An Introduction to Mathematical Platonism.
Books of Essays
WILFRIED SIEG. Hilbert's Programs and Beyond.
CLAIRE ORTIZ HILL and JAIRO JOSÉ DA SILVA, The Road Not Taken: On Husserl's Philosophy of Logic and Mathematics.
Correction Notice.
Gregory Landini. Gregory Landini. Zermelo and Russell’s Paradox: Is There a Universal Set?
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Public Choice, Vol. 158, #3-4, 2014
Original Paper
Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard. Empirical social choice: an introduction.
Adrian Van Deemen. On the empirical relevance of Condorcet’s paradox.
T. Nicolaus Tideman, Florenz Plassmann. Which voting rule is most likely to choose the “best” candidate?
Keith Dougherty, Brian Pitts, Justin Moeller, Robi Ragan. An experimental study of the efficiency of unanimity rule and majority rule.
Malthe Munkøe. Cycles and instability in politics. Evidence from the 2009 Danish municipal elections.
Nicholas R. Miller. The Alternative Vote and Coombs Rule versus First-Past-the-Post: a social choice analysis of simulated data based on English elections, 1992–2010.
Maria Gallego, Norman Schofield, Kevin McAlister, Jee Seon Jeon. The variable choice set logit model applied to the 2004 Canadian election.
Scott L. Feld, Samuel Merrill III, Bernard Grofman. Modeling the effects of changing issue salience in two-party competition.
Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard. Picking a loser? A social choice perspective on the Danish government formation of 1975.
Bjørn Erik Rasch. Insincere voting under the successive procedure.
Mogens N. Pedersen. A Danish killer amendment—when judicial review was banned from the 1849 Constitution.
Steven J. Brams, Gustavo Camilo, Alexandra D. Franz. Coalition formation on the U.S. Supreme Court: 1969–2009.
John Aldrich, Jason Reifler, Michael C. Munger. Sophisticated and myopic? Citizen preferences for Electoral College reform.
Josep M. Colomer. Equilibrium institutions: the federal-proportional trade-off.
John Aldrich, Michael Munger, Jason Reifler. Institutions, information, and faction: an experimental test of Riker’s federalism thesis for political parties.
Nicholas R. Miller. Erratum to: The Alternative Vote and Coombs Rule Versus First-Past-The-Post: A Social Choice Analysis of Simulated Data Based on English.
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Ratio Juris, Vol. 27, #1, 2014
Original Articles
Michel Rosenfeld. Philosophy in Law? A Legal-Philosophical Inquiry.
Wojciech Sadurski. Reason of State and Public Reason.
Re'em Segev. Making Sense of Discrimination.
Martin Borowski. Concretized Norm and Sanction qua Fact in the Vienna School's Stufenbaulehre.
Lucia Corso. Should Empathy Play any Role in the Interpretation of Constitutional Rights?
Stephen Pethick. On the Entanglement of Coherence.
Svein Eng. Why Reflective Equilibrium? I: Reflexivity of Justification: I am pleased to have in this “Notebook Corner” the first of three articles by Svein Eng discussing John Rawls's concept of “reflective equilibrium.” E.P. The Notebook Corner, edited by Enrico Pattaro.
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Studia Logica, Vol. 102, #1, 2014
Original Paper
Rajeev Goré, Revantha Ramanayake. Cut-elimination for Weak Grzegorczyk Logic Go.
Jie Fang, Lei-Bo Wang, Ting Yang. The Lattice of Kernel Ideals of a Balanced Pseudocomplemented Ockham Algebra.
Tero Tulenheimo. IF Modal Logic and Classical Negation.
José Luis Castiglioni, Renato A. Lewin, Marta Sagastume. On a Definition of a Variety of Monadic l-Groups.
Marek Nowak. On Some Generalizations of the Concept of Partition.
Daniel Pokrywczynski, Grant Malcolm. Towards a Functional Approach to Modular Ontologies Using Institutions.
Thomas Macaulay Ferguson. Extensions of Priest-da Costa Logic.
Yuichi Komori, Naosuke Matsuda, Fumika Yamakawa. A Simplified Proof of the Church–Rosser Theorem.
Gemma Robles, José M. Méndez. Curry’s Paradox, Generalized Modus Ponens Axiom and Depth Relevance.
Book Review
Erich Rast. Book Reviews.
Andrzej Tarlecki. Razvan Diaconescu, Institution-independent Model Theory.
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