Thursday, February 6, 2014

February 6, Part B, 2014

Legal Studies, Vol. 34, #1, 2014
Mind & Language, Vol. 29, #1, 2014
Philosophy of Science, Vol. 81, #1, 2014
Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 42, #2, 2014
Synthese, Vol. 191, #2, 2014

Legal Studies, Vol. 34, #1, 2014
Original Articles
Bruce Wardhaugh. Winner of the SLS Annual Conference Best Paper Prize 2013: Bogeymen, lunatics and fanatics: collective actions and the private enforcement of European competition law.
Martin Doris. Promising options, dead ends and the reform of Australian contract law.
David Bonner. Of outrage and misunderstanding: Ireland v United Kingdom – governmental perspectives on an inter-state application under the European Convention on Human Rights.
Jonathan Griffiths. Pre-empting conflict – a re-examination of the public interest defence in UK copyright law.
Emma Cave. Goodbye Gillick? Identifying and resolving problems with the concept of child competence.
Gwen Seabourne. Coke, the statute, wives and lovers: routes to a harsher interpretation of the Statute of Westminster II c. 34 on dower and adultery.
Leslie J Moran. Mass-mediated ‘open justice’: court and judicial reports in the Press in England and Wales .
Book reviews
Fiona Cownie. 30 Years of Legal Scholarship – Edited by Thomas Mohr and Jennifer Schweppe.
M Michelle Gallant. The Illicit Trade in Art and Antiquities: International Recovery and Criminal and Civil Liability – By Janet Ulph and Ian Smith.
Jessica Guth. Soft Law in Court: Competition Law, State Aid and the Court of Justice of the European Union – By Oana Stefan.
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Mind & Language, Vol. 29, #1, 2014
JAMES GENONE. Evidential Constraints on Singular Thought.
PHILIPP KORALUS. The Erotetic Theory of Attention: Questions, Focus and Distraction.
FRANK HINDRIKS. Normativity in Action: How to Explain the Knobe Effect and its Relatives.
J. BARATGIN, D. OVER and G. POLITZER. New Psychological Paradigm for Conditionals and General de Finetti Tables.
IVAN MAYERHOFER. In Defense of the Modal Account of the Progressive.
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Geoffrey Brennan, Lina Eriksson, Robert E. Goodin and Nicholas Southwood, Explaining Norms. Reviewed by Gerald Gaus.
Christian B. Miller ,  Moral Character: An Empirical Theory is reviewed by Bradford Cokelet in NDPR.
John Woods, Errors of Reasoning: Naturalizing the Logic of Inference. Reviewed by Maurice A. Finocchiaro. 
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Philosophy of Science, Vol. 81, #1, 2014
Original Articles
Kevin C. Elliott and Daniel J. McKaughan. Nonepistemic Values and the Multiple Goals of Science.
Sahotra Sarkar. Does “Information” Provide a Compelling Framework for a Theory of Natural Selection? Grounds for Caution.
Roman Frigg, Seamus Bradley, Hailiang Du, and Leonard A. Smith. Laplace’s Demon and the Adventures of His Apprentices.
Jeffrey Sanford Russell. On Where Things Could Be.
Susanna Rinard. A New Bayesian Solution to the Paradox of the Ravens.
Steven J. van Enk. Bayesian Measures of Confirmation from Scoring Rules.
William Roche and Tomoji Shogenji. Dwindling Confirmation.
Alexander Gebharter. A Formal Framework for Representing Mechanisms?
John Michael and Francesca Fardo. What (If Anything) Is Shared in Pain Empathy? A Critical Discussion of De Vignemont and Jacob’s Theory of the Neural Substrate of Pain Empathy.
Book Reviews
Alistair M. C. Isaac. Plato’s Camera: How the Physical Brain Captures a Landscape of Abstract Universals by Paul M. Churchland. Paul M. Churchland: Plato’s Camera: How the Physical Brain Captures a Landscape of Abstract Universals.
Torsten Wilholt. Science in a Democratic Society by Philip Kitcher. Philip Kitcher: Science in a Democratic Society.
David John Baker. Space, Time, and Stuff by Frank Arntzenius. Frank Arntzenius: Space, Time, and Stuff.
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Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 42, #2, 2014
Original Articles
William Thomson. New variable-population paradoxes for resource allocation.
Sophie Bade. Pareto-optimal assignments by hierarchical exchange.
Conan Mukherjee. Fair and group strategy-proof good allocation with money.
Matías Núñez, Jean François Laslier. Preference intensity representation: strategic overstating in large elections.
S. R. Chaudhari, S. S. Desai. Transitive and acyclic rationality indicators of fuzzy choice functions on base domain.
Alon Harel, Uzi Segal. Utilitarianism and discrimination.
Laurence Jacquet, Etienne Lehmann, Bruno Van der Linden. Optimal income taxation with Kalai wage bargaining and endogenous participation.
Laurence Jacquet. Tagging and redistributive taxation with imperfect disability monitoring.
Yosef Mealem, Shmuel Nitzan. Equity and effectiveness of optimal taxation in contests under an all-pay auction.
Iryna Topolyan. Rent-seeking for a public good with additive contributions.
Tao Li. Expert advising under checks and balances.
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Synthese, Vol. 191, #2, 2014
Neuroscience and its philosophy
Original Paper
M. Chirimuuta. Minimal models and canonical neural computations: the distinctness of computational explanation in neuroscience.
Felipe De Brigard. Is memory for remembering? Recollection as a form of episodic hypothetical thinking.
Philipp Koralus. Attention, consciousness, and the semantics of questions.
Alex Morgan. Representations gone mental.
Markus E. Schlosser. The neuroscientific study of free will: A diagnosis of the controversy.
Miguel Ángel Sebastián. Dreams: an empirical way to settle the discussion between cognitive and non-cognitive theories of consciousness.
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