Thursday, March 27, 2014

March 27, 2014

Health Economics, Policy and Law, Vol. 9, #2, 2014
Logic Journal of the IGPL, Vol. 22, #2, 2014
Signs, Vol. 39, #3, 2014

Health Economics, Policy and Law, Vol. 9, #2, 2014
Karin H. Cerri, Martin Knapp and Jose-Luis Fernandez. Decision making by NICE: examining the influences of evidence, process and context. 
Srinivas Goli and Perianayagam Arokiasamy. Trends in health and health inequalities among major states of India: assessing progress through convergence models. 
Lotte B. Andersen. Health care cost containment in Denmark and Norway: a question of relative professional status? 
James F. Burgess, Jr. and Jason M. Hockenberry. Can all cause readmission policy improve quality or lower expenditures? A historical perspective on current initiatives. 
Philippe Tessier, Hélène Sultan-Taïeb and Thomas Barnay. Worker replacement and cost-benefit analysis of life-saving health care programs, a precautionary note.
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Logic Journal of the IGPL, Vol. 22, #2, 2014
Special Issue: The Proceedings of the XVI EB - 16th Brazilian Logic Conference, 2011
Guest Editors: Walter Carnielli, Renata de Freitas and Petrucio Viana

Walter Carnielli and Renata de Freitas Petrucio Viana. The Proceedings of the XVI EBL—16th Brazilian Logic Conference.
Original Articles
Décio Krause. The problem of identity and a justification for a non-reflexive quantum mechanics.
Lou Goble. Deontic logic (adapted) for normative conflicts.
Julio Michael Stern and Carlos A. De Bragança Pereira. Bayesian epistemic values: focus on surprise, measure probability!
Aldo V. Figallo and Gustavo Pelaitay. Tense operators on De Morgan algebras.
José Luis Castiglioni and Rodolfo C. Ertola Biraben. Strict paraconsistency of truth-degree preserving intuitionistic logic with dual negation.
Marcela Quispe-Cruz, Anjolina G. de Oliveira, Ruy J. G. B. de Queiroz, and Valeria de Paiva. Intuitionistic N-Graphs.
Alexandre Matos Arruda and Marcelo Finger. Completeness for cut-based abduction.
Wagner De Campos Sanz, Thomas Piecha, and Peter Schroeder-Heister. Constructive semantics, admissibility of rules and the validity of Peirce's law.
Carlos Areces, Raul Fervari, and Guillaume Hoffmann. Swap logic.
Cecilia Englander, Edward Hermann Haeusler, and Luiz Carlos Pereira. Finitely many-valued logics and natural deduction.
Flavio Ferrarotti, Wei Ren, and Jose Maria Turull Torres. Expressing properties in second- and third-order logic: hypercube graphs and SATQBF.
Marcelo Esteban Coniglio and Luiz Henrique Da Cruz Silvestrini. An alternative approach for quasi-truth.
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Samuel Fleischacker, What is Enlightenment? Reviewed by James Schmidt.
Niklas Forsberg, Language Lost and Found: On Iris Murdoch and the Limits of Philosophical Discourse. Reviewed by Bridget Clarke.
John Gibbons. The Norm of Belief. Reviewed by Errol Lord.
Ulrich Meyer, The Nature of Time. Reviewed by Jennifer Wang.
Julia Tanney, Rules, Reason, and Self-Knowledge. Reviewed by David Robb.
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Signs, Vol. 39, #3, 2014
Comparative Perspectives Symposium, Translation, Feminist Scholarship, and the Hegemony of English
Claudia de Lima Costa and Sonia E. Alvarez. Dislocating the Sign: Toward a Translocal Feminist Politics of Translation.
Francine Descarries. Language Is Not Neutral: The Construction of Knowledge in the Social Sciences and Humanities.
Lola Sánchez. Translations That Matter: About a Foundational Text in Feminist Studies in Spain.
Ingrid Palmary. A Politics of Feminist Translation: Using Translation to Understand Gendered Meaning-Making in Research.
J. Devika. Getting beyond the Governmental Fix in Kerala.
Min Dongchao. Toward an Alternative Traveling Theory.
Luise von Flotow and Carolyn Shread. Metramorphosis in Translation: Refiguring the Intimacy of Translation beyond the Metaphysics of Loss.
Rosi Braidotti. Thinking with an Accent: Françoise Collin, Les cahiers du Grif, and French Feminism. 
Maria do Mar Pereira. The Importance of Being “Modern” and Foreign: Feminist Scholarship and the Epistemic Status of Nations.
Carolyn J. Eichner. In the Name of the Mother: Feminist Opposition to the Patronym in Nineteenth-Century France.
Mayanthi L. Fernando. Intimacy Surveilled: Religion, Sex, and Secular Cunning.
Stephen Houston Marshall. Telling It Just Like It Is: The Tragicomedy of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
Shatema Threadcraft. Intimate Injustice, Political Obligation, and the Dark Ghetto.
Zine Magubane. Spectacles and Scholarship: Caster Semenya, Intersex Studies, and the Problem of Race in Feminist Theory.
Kathryn Henne. The “Science” of Fair Play in Sport: Gender and the Politics of Testing.
Book Reviews
Tanya L. Saunders. Sexual Revolutions in Cuba: Passion, Politics, and Memory by Carrie Hamilton.  Flaming Souls: Homosexuality, Homophobia, and Social Change in Barbados by David A. B. Murray
Adriana Piscitelli. Transnational Desires: Brazilian Erotic Dancers in New York by Suzana Maia. Transnational Desires: Brazilian Erotic Dancers in New York by Suzana Maia.
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