Thursday, February 19, 2015

February 19, 2015

Environmental Ethics, Vol. 36, #4, 2014
Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric, Vol. 7, 2014 (Open Access)
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 172, #3, 2015
Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities in Medicine, Vol. 9-10 (Open Access)
Political Studies, Vol. 63, #1, 2015
Ratio Juris, Vol. 28, #1, 2015
Social Epistemology, Vol. 29, #2, 2015

Environmental Ethics, Vol. 36, #4, 2014
News and Notes

Dominic Welburn. Rawlsian Environmental Stewardship and Intergenerational Justice.
John Mizzoni. Environmental Ethics: A Catholic View.
Discussion Papers
Yee Keong Choy. Land Ethics from the Borneo Tropical Rain Forests in Sarawak, Malaysia: An Empirical and Conceptual Analysis.
Mark Bryant Budolfson. Why the Standard Interpretation of Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic is mistaken.
Kimberly S. Engels. Bad Faith, Authenticity, and Responsibilities to Future Generations: A Sartrean Approach.
T. J. Kasperbauer. Behaviorally Inadequate: A Situationist Critique of Environmental Virtues.
James Yeates. Whale Killers and Whale Rights: The Future of the International Regulation of Whaling.
Book Reviews
Chris Klassen reviews Katharine Wilkinson: Between God and Green: How Evangelicals are cultivating a Middle Ground on Climate Change.
Ben A. Minteer reviews Judith A. Layzer: Open For Business: Conservatives’ Opposition to Environmental Regulation.
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Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric, Vol. 7, 2014 (Open Access)

Julian Culp. Editor’s Introduction.
Thomas Pogge, Mitu Sengupta. Rethinking the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Eight Ways to End Poverty Now.
Nicole Hassoun. Institutional Theories and International Development.
Aram Ziai. Justice, Not Development: Sen and the Hegemonic Framework for Ameliorating Global Inequality.
Julian Culp, Johannes Plagemann. Hooray for Global Justice? Emerging Democracies in a Multipolar World.
Bas Van Der Vossen. Facts about Global Justice.
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Daniel Breazeale, Thinking Through the Wissenschaftslehre: Themes from Fichte's Early Philosophy. Reviewed by Wayne M. Martin.
Jakob Hohwy, the Predictive Mind. Reviewed by Jona Vance.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 172, #3, 2015
Original Papers

Ioannis Votsis. Perception and observation unladened.
Kurt Sylvan. What apparent reasons appear to be.
Anthony Shiver. How do you say ‘everything is ultimately composed of atoms’?
John Turri, Peter Blouw. Excuse validation: a study in rule-breaking.
Eric Yang. Unrestricted animalism and the too many candidates problem.
Elanor Taylor. An explication of emergence.
Otávio Bueno, Scott A. Shalkowski. Modalism and theoretical virtues: toward an epistemology of modality.
Michael Rubin. The promise and perils of hybrid moral semantics for naturalistic moral realism.
Dylan Murray. Situationism, going mental, and modal akrasia.
Adam Cureton. Making room for rules.
Myrto I. Mylopoulos. Agentive awareness is not sensory awareness.
Arnon Levy. Modeling without models.
Elliott Sober. Precis of “Did Darwin write the Origin backwards?” Philosophical essays on Darwin’s theory.
Jean Gayon. Philosophy and history of science in Sober: comments on Did Write the Origin Backwards?
Tim Lewens. Backwards in Retrospect.
Samir Okasha. Darwin’s views on group and kin selection: comments on Elliott Sober’s Did Darwin Write the Origin Backwards?
Elliott Sober. Replies to commentators on Did Darwin Write the Origin Backwards?
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Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities in Medicine, Vol. 9 -10 (Open Access)
Darragh M, Buniak L and Giordano J. A four-part working bibliography of neuroethics: part 2 – neuroscientific studies of morality and ethics.
Azétsop J and Ochieng M. The right to health, health systems development and public health policy challenges in Chad.
Joffe AR, Bara M, Anton N and Nobis N. The ethics of animal research: a survey of pediatric health care workers.
Morris SE and Heinssen RK. Informed consent in the psychosis prodrome: ethical, procedural and cultural considerations.
Malloy DC, Martin R, Hadjistavropoulos T, Liu P, McCarthy EF, Park I, Shalani N, Murakami M et al. Discourse on medicine: meditative and calculative approaches to ethics from an international perspective.
Rady MY and Verheijde JL. Nonconsensual withdrawal of nutrition and hydration in prolonged disorders of consciousness: authoritarianism and trustworthiness in medicine.
Antiel RM, Humeniuk KM and Tilburt JC. Spanning our differences: moral psychology, physician beliefs, and the practice of medicine.
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Political Studies, Vol. 63, #1, 2015
Editors' Choice.
Georgios Karyotis and Wolfgang Rüdig.
Georgios Karyotis and Wolfgang Rüdig. Blame and Punishment? The Electoral Politics of Extreme Austerity in Greece.
James Martin. Situating Speech: A Rhetorical Approach to Political Strategy.
Achim Hurrelmann, Anna Gora and Andrea Wagner. The Politicization of European Integration: More than an Elite Affair?
Simon Otjes and Tom Louwerse. Populists in Parliament: Comparing Left-Wing and Right-Wing Populism in the Netherlands.
Scott Blinder. Imagined Immigration: The Impact of Different Meanings of ‘Immigrants’ in Public Opinion and Policy Debates in Britain.
Marc Helbling, Tim Reeskens and Dietlind Stolle. Political Mobilisation, Ethnic Diversity and Social Cohesion: The Conditional Effect of Political Parties.
Marc Hooghe, Ruth Dassonneville and Sofie Marien. The Impact of Education on the Development of Political Trust: Results from a Five-Year Panel Study among Late Adolescents and Young Adults in Belgium.
David Barnard-Wills and Debi Ashenden. Playing with Privacy: Games for Education and Communication in the Politics of Online Privacy.
Rousiley C. M. Maia and Ana Carolina Vimieiro. Recognition and Moral Progress: A Case Study about Discourses on Disability in the Media.
Dana Brown and Jette Steen Knudsen. Domestic Institutions and Market Pressures as Drivers of Corporate Social Responsibility: Company Initiatives in Denmark and the UK.
Niall Ó Dochartaigh. The Longest Negotiation: British Policy, IRA Strategy and the Making of the Northern Ireland Peace Settlement.
Frank Grundig and Hugh Ward. Structural Group Leadership and Regime Effectiveness.
Youngho Cho. How well are Global Citizenries Informed about Democracy? Ascertaining the Breadth and Distribution of Their Democratic Enlightenment and Its Sources.
Jeffrey W. Howard. Democracy as the Search for Justice: A Defence of the Democracy/Contractualism Analogy.
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Ratio Juris, Vol. 28, #1, 2015
Roger Cotterrell. The Politics of Jurisprudence Revisited: A Swedish Realist in Historical Context.
Fábio Perin Shecaira. Sources of Law Are not Legal Norms.
Jiří Přibáň. Asking the Sovereignty Question in Global Legal Pluralism: From “Weak” Jurisprudence to “Strong” Socio-Legal Theories of Constitutional Power Operations.
Jonathan Crowe. Natural Law and Normative Inclinations.
Josse Klijnsma. Contract Law as Fairness.
Stuart Toddington. Agency, Authority, and the Logic of Mutual Recognition.
Hilliard Aronovitch. Political Equality by Precedent.
Notes / Discussions / Book Reviews
Gregory Bassham and Ian Oakley. New Textualism: The Potholes Ahead.
Jennifer W. Primmer. Beyond the Law-State: The Adequacy of Raz's Account of Legal Systems in Explaining Intra-State and Supra-State Legality.
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Social Epistemology, Vol. 29, #2, 2015
Jonathan Matheson. Are Conciliatory Views of Disagreement Self-Defeating?
Susann Wagenknecht. Facing the Incompleteness of Epistemic Trust: Managing Dependence in Scientific Practice.
Pablo Schyfter. Function by Agreement.
Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner. Scholarly Labour and Digital Collaboration in Literary Studies.
Hubertus Nederbragt. Cells that Count: Networks of a Diagnostic Test for Bovine Mastitis.
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