Tuesday, January 13, 2015

January 13, 2015

Neuroethics, Vol. 7, #3, 2014
Philosophy & Public Affairs, Vol. 42, #4, 2014
Politics & Gender, Vol. 10, #4, 2014
Signs, Vol. 40, #2, 2015
Social Epistemology, Vol. 28, #3-4, 2014
Studia Logica, Vol. 102, #6, 2014
Synthese, Vol. 192, #2, 2014
Theory Culture & Society, Vol. 32, #1, 2015

Neuroethics, Vol. 7, #3, 2014
Original Papers
Karim Jebari. What to Enchance: Behaviou, Emotion or Disposition?
Kasper Raus, Farah Focquaert, Maartje Schermer, Jona Specker, Sigrid Sterckx. On Defining Moral Enhancement: A Clarificatory Taxonomy.
Kelly Sorensen. Moral Enhancement and Self-Subversion Objections.
C. D. Meyers. Neuroenhancement in Reflective Equilibrium: A Qualified Kantian Defense of Enhancing in Scholarship and Science.
Robyn Bluhm. No Need for Alarm: A Critical Analysis of Greene’s Dual-Process Theory of Moral Decision-Making.
Joseph P. DeMarco, Paul J. Ford. Neuroethics and the Ethical Parity Principle.
Jesper Ryberg. Punishing Adolescents—On Immaturity and Diminished Responsibility.
Carla Meurk, Jayne Lucke, Wayne Hall. A Bio-Social and Ethical Framework for Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.
Natalie Ball, Gregor Wolbring. Cognitive Enhancement: Perceptions Among Parents of Children with Disabilities.
Daniel Mendelsohn, Charles S. Haw, Judy Illes. Convergent Expert Views on Decision-Making for Decompressive Craniectomy in Malignant MCA Syndrome
Brief Communication
Jonathan Pugh. Enhancing Autonomy by Reducing Impulsivity: The Case of ADHD.
Brief Communication
Lisa Bortolotti, Matthew R. Broome, Matteo Mameli. Delusions and Responsibility for Action: Insights from the Breivik Case.
Review Paper
Heidi M. Ravven. Free Will Skepticism: Current Arguments and Future Directions.
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Philosophy & Public Affairs, Vol. 42, #4, 2014
Original Articles
Niko Kolodny. Rule Over Non II: Social Equality and the Justification of Democracy.
Daniel Viehoff. Democratic Equality and Political Authority.
Notes on Contributors
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Politics & Gender, Vol. 10, #4, 2014
Thematic Issue on Gendering “New” Institutions
Introduction: Gendering “New” Institutions by Fiona Mackay and Georgina Waylen.
Georgina Waylen. A Seat at the Table—Is it Enough? Gender, Multiparty Negotiations, and Institutional Design in South Africa and Northern Ireland.
Francesca Gains and Vivien Lowndes. How is Institutional Formation Gendered, and Does it Make a Difference? A New Conceptual Framework and a Case Study of Police and Crime Commissioners in England and Wales. 
Fiona Mackay. Nested Newness, Institutional Innovation, and the Gendered Limits of Change.
Louise Chappell. “New,” “Old,” and “Nested” Institutions and Gender Justice Outcomes: A View from the International Criminal Court. 
Rachel E. Johnson. Women as a Sign of the New? Appointments to South Africa's Constitutional Court since 1994. 
Leslie Schwindt-Bayer and Peverill Squire. Legislative Power and Women's Representation. 
Researching Gender and Institutions
Introduction by Fiona Mackay and Georgina Waylen.
S. Laurel Weldon. Using Statistical Methods to Study Institutions. 
Emma Crewe. Ethnographic Research in Gendered Organizations: The Case of the Westminster Parliament. 
Meryl Kenny. A Feminist Institutionalist Approach.
Vivien Lowndes. How Are Things Done Around Here? Uncovering Institutional Rules and Their Gendered Effects.
Catherine O'Rourke. Feminist Legal Method and the Study of Institutions. 
Thematic Issue on Gendering “New” Institutions
Jennifer Curtin. Thematic Review: Contemporary and Future Directions in Feminist Institutionalism. Gender Informal Institutions and Political Recruitment: Explaining Male Dominance in Parliamentary Representation. By Elin Bjarnegård. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. $100 (hardcover). Reproductive Rights and the State: Getting the Birth Control, RU486, Morning-After Pills and the Gardasil Vaccine to the U.S. Market. By Melissa Haussman. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2013. $37 (hardcover). Gender and Political Recruitment: Theorizing Institutional Change. By Meryl Kenny. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. $95 (hardcover). Gender Politics and Institutions: Towards a Feminism Institutionalism. Edited by Mona Lena Krook and Fiona Mackay. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. $105 (hardcover). 
Janie Leatherman. Looting and Rape in Wartime: Law and Change in International Relations. By Tuba Inal. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013. 269 pp. $75 (cloth). 
Fiona Robinson. Caring Democracy: Markets, Equality, and Justice. By Joan C. Tronto. New York: New York University Press, 2013. 228 pp. $24 (cloth). 
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Signs, Vol. 40, #2, 2015
A New Signs Editorial Team: A Word from the Publisher.
Call for Papers : Signs Special Issue: Pleasure and Danger: Sexual Freedom and Feminism in the Twenty-First Century.
Comparative Perspectives Symposium : Politics of the Sensing Subject: Gender, Perception, Art 
Anne Keefe. Introduction: The Affective Encounter.
Helen A. Fielding. Cultivating Perception: Phenomenological Encounters with Artworks.
Jenny Chamarette. Embodied Worlds and Situated Bodies: Feminism, Phenomenology, Film Theory.
Cathryn Vasseleu. Resistances of Touch.
Tal Dekel. Subversive Uses of Perception: The Case of Palestinian Artist Anisa Ashkar.
Jui-Ch’i Liu. Beholding the Feminine Sublime: Lee Miller’s War Photography.
Gill Jagger. The New Materialism and Sexual Difference.
Orna Donath. Regretting Motherhood: A Sociopolitical Analysis.
Angela Willey, Banu Subramaniam, Jennifer A. Hamilton, and Jane Couperus. The Mating Life of Geeks: Love, Neuroscience, and the New Autistic Subject.
Jen McDaneld. Harper, Historiography, and the Race/Gender Opposition in Feminism.
Shane Vogel. Performative Affectivity and the Letitia Ernestine Brown Divorce Case.
Sarah Hankins. “I’m a Cross between a Clown, a Stripper, and a Streetwalker”: Drag Tipping, Sex Work, and a Queer Sociosexual Economy.
Lalaie Ameeriar. Pedagogies of Affect: Docility and Deference in the Making of Immigrant Women Subjects.
Shefali Chandra. “India Will Change You Forever”: Hinduism, Islam, and Whiteness in the American Empire.
Book Reviews
Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia by Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs; Yolanda Flores Niemann; Carmen G. González; Angela P. Harris. Review by: Patricia A. Matthew.
The Archival Turn in Feminism: Outrage in Order by Kate Eichhorn AND The Queer Limit of Black Memory: Black Lesbian Literature and Irresolution by Matt Richardson AND Perspectives on Women’s Archives edited by Tanya Zanish-Belcher AND The Allure of the Archives by Arlette Farge. Review by: Julie R. Enszer.
Feeling Women’s Liberation by Victoria Hesford  AND  The Dinner Party: Judy Chicago and the Power of Popular Feminism, 1970–2007 by Jane F. Gerhard
Love and Power: Caribbean Discourses on Gender edited by V. Eudine Barriteau AND Cuban Color in Tourism and La Lucha: An Ethnography of Racial Meanings by L. Kaifa Roland AND Revolutionizing Romance: Interracial Couples in Contemporary Cuba by Nadine T. Fernandez. Review by: A. Lynn Bolles.
Women on Ice: Methamphetamine Use among Suburban Women by Miriam Boeri. Review by: Rebecca Tiger.
About the Contributors
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Social Epistemology, Vol. 28, #3-4, 2014
Special Issue: Social Licence to Operate
David Rooney, Joan Leach * Peta Ashworth. Doing the Social in Social License.
Nina Lansbury Call.
Can the “Social Licence to Operate” Concept Enhance Engagement and Increase Acceptance of Renewable Energy? A Case Study of Wind Farms in Australia.
Peter Edwards & Justine Lacey. Can’t Climb the Trees Anymore: Social Licence to Operate, Bioenergy and Whole Stump Removal in Sweden.
Sujatha Raman & Alison Mohr. A Social Licence for Science: Capturing the Public or Co-Constructing Research?
Peat Leith, Emily Ogier & Marcus Haward. Science and Social License: Defining Environmental Sustainability of Atlantic Salmon Aquaculture in South-Eastern Tasmania, Australia.
David Jijelava & Frank Vanclay. Assessing the Social Licence to Operate of Development Cooperation Organizations: A Case Study of Mercy Corps in Samtskhe-Javakheti, Georgia.
Juliette Syn. The Social License: Empowering Communities and a Better Way Forward.
Richard Parsons & Kieren Moffat. Constructing the Meaning of Social Licence.
Anne-Maree Dowd & Mallory James. A Social Licence for Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage: How Engineers and Managers Describe Community Relations.
Clark Miller. Globalization and Discontent.
Editorial Board
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Studia Logica, Vol. 102, #6, 2014
Special Issue: Gentzen's and Jaskowski's Heritage 80 Years of Natural Deduction and Sequent Calculi : Issue Editors: Andrzej Indrzejczak
Editorial Notes
Introduction. Andrzej Indrzejczak.
Original Papers
Ermanno Bencivenga. Jaskowski’s Universally Free Logic.
Allen P. Hazen, Francis Jeffry Pelletier. Gentzen and Jaskowski Natural Deduction: Fundamentally Similar but Importantly Different.
Greg Restall. Normal Proofs, Cut Free Derivations and Structural Rules.
Jan von Plato. From Axiomatic Logic to Natural Deduction.
Peter Schroeder-Heister. The Calculus of Higher-Level Rules, Propositional Quantification, and the Foundational Approach to Proof-Theoretic Harmony.
M. Baaz, A. Leitsch. Cut-Elimination: Syntax and Semantics.
Agata Ciabattoni, Revantha Ramanayake, Heinrich Wansing. Hypersequent and Display Calculi – a Unified Perspective.
Andrzej Indrzejczak. A Survey of Nonstandard Sequent Calculi.
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Synthese, Vol. 192, #2, 2014
Original Papers
Robin McKenna. Epistemic contextualism defended.
John Turri. Knowledge and the norm of assertion: a simple test.
Joshua Rasmussen. Building thoughts from dust: a Cantorian puzzle.
Gerhard Nuffer. What difference might and may make.
Regina A. Rini. How not to test for philosophical expertise.
Joshua D. K. Brown. Chemical atomism: a case study in confirmation and ontology.
Abraham Graber. Creating truths by winning arguments: the problem of methodological artifacts in philosophy.
Newton C. A. da Costa, Federico Holik. A formal framework for the study of the notion of undefined particle number in quantum mechanics.
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Theory Culture & Society, Vol. 32, #1, 2015
Des Fitzgerald and Felicity Callard. Social Science and Neuroscience beyond Interdisciplinarity: Experimental Entanglements.
Jan Slaby and Shaun Gallagher. Critical Neuroscience and Socially Extended Minds.
Jesse Goldstein and Elizabeth Johnson. Biomimicry: New Natures, New Enclosures.
Austin Harrington. Introduction to Georg Simmel’s Essay ‘On Art Exhibitions.’
Georg Simmel. On Art Exhibitions.
Kate Maddalena and Jeremy Packer. The Digital Body: Telegraphy as Discourse Network.
Daniel Neyland. On Organizing Algorithms.
Nicholas Gane. Trajectories of Liberalism and Neoliberalism.
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