Tuesday, April 21, 2015

April 21, 2015

Architecture Philosophy, Vol. 1, #1, 2014 (NEW! Open Access)
Architecture Philosophy, Vol. 1, #2, 2015
Ergo, Vol. 2, #5, 2015
Essays in the Philosophy of Humanism, Vol. 22, #2, 2014
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol. 18, #2, 2015
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Vol. 12, #1, 2015
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, Vol. 21, #2, 2015

Architecture Philosophy, Vol. 1, #1, 2014 (NEW! Open Access)
Tom Spector, Carolyn Fahey, and Stefan Koller. Why Architecture Philosophy?
David Leatherbarrow. Sharing Sense: Or, how ethics might be the subject matter of architectural aesthetics.
Paul Guyer. Monism and pluralism: The history of aesthetics and the philosophy of architecture – Part I.
Emmanuel Petit. The architecture of ethics: Stanley Tigerman.
Rafael De Clercq. Building plans as natural symbols.
Nathaniel Coleman. Is beauty still relevant? Is art? Is architecture?
Rick Fox. A new interpretive taxonomy for works of architecture.
Trying to think in a connected sort of way: Andrew Ballantyne in conversation with Stefan Koller
Book Reviews
Rethinking aesthetics: The role of body in design / Edited by Ritu Bhatt. Review by Tom Spector.
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Architecture Philosophy, Vol. 1, #2, 2015
Carolyn Fahey, Stefan Koller, Tom Spector. Autonomy Reconsidered.
Noël Carroll. Architecture and Ethics: Autonomy, Architecture, Art.
Nathaniel Coleman. The Myth of Autonomy.
Christopher Baumberger. The Ethical Criticism of Architecture: In Defense of Moderate Moralism.
Mark Jensen. Aristotle, Autonomy, and Design: Ancient Wisdom and the Modern Home.
Felipe Guimarães de Souza Fernandes Loureiro. The Image in Power: Vilém Flusser and the Craft of Architecture.
Paul Guyer. Monism and Pluralism: The History of Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Architecture.
Trying to Think in a Connected Sort of Way: Part II, Andrew Ballantyne in conversation with Stefan Koller.
Call for Papers: International Wittgenstein Symposium
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Ergo, Vol. 2, #5, 2015 (Open access)
Marc Gasser. Structuralism and Its Ontology.          
Andrew J. Corsa. Modern Greatness of Soul in Hume and Smith.   
Yann Benétreau-Dupin and Guillaume Beaulac. Fair Numbers: What Data Can and Cannot Tell Us About the Underrepresentation of Women in Philosophy.         
Stewart Duncan. Leibniz on the Expression of God.
Steven J.van Enk. Betting, Risk, and the Law of Likelihood.
Samuel Schindler. Scientific Discovery: That-Whats and What-Thats.
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Essays in the Philosophy of Humanism, Vol. 22, #2, 2014
Thomas Crowther. Omniversal Liberty.
Beth Eddy. Learning to Understand Others: The Pragmatic Rhetoric of Ethnography and Religious Ethics in Clifford Geertz’s Works and Lives.
Sharon M Kaye. Evolution and Existentialism.
Philip Kitcher. Values for Humanists.
Nicolò Scalzo. Atheist Jesus: A Revolution of Paradigms.
Daniel Spiro. Santayana and His "Hero."
Eric Thomas Weber. Converging on Culture: Rorty, Rawls, and Dewey on Culture’s Role in Justice.
John Kulvicki. Maps, Pictures, and Predication.
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Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol. 18, #2, 2015
Everyday Reason Talk, Issue Editors: Katrien Schaubroeck.

Editorial Notes
A. W. Musschenga, F. R. Heeger.
Katrien Schaubroeck. Everyday Reason Talk: An Introduction
Original Papers
Maureen Sie. Moral Hypocrisy and Acting for Reasons: How Moralizing Can Invite Self-Deception.
Frank Hindriks. How Does Reasoning (Fail to) Contribute to Moral Judgment? Dumbfounding and Disengagement.
Tillmann Vierkant, Rosa Hardt. Explicit Reasons, Implicit Stereotypes and the Effortful Control of the Mind.
Constantine Sandis. Verbal Reports and ‘Real’ Reasons: Confabulation and Conflation.
Lilian O’Brien. Beyond Psychologism and Anti-Psychologism.
Derek Strijbos, Leon de Bruin. Self-Interpretation as First-Person Mindshaping: Implications for Confabulation Research.
Jan Bransen. Self-Knowledge and Self-Love.
Ashley Dressel. “Directed Obligations and the Trouble with Deathbed Promises.”
Adam Kadlac. The Virtue of Hope.
Tisha M. Rajendra. The Rational Agent or the Relational Agent: Moving from Freedom to Justice in Migration Systems Ethics.
Karin Jønch-Clausen, Klemens Kappel. Social Epistemic Liberalism and the Problem of Deep Epistemic Disagreements.
Irina Meketa. “Honor Among (the Beneficiaries of) Thieves.”
Lasse Nielsen. Why Health Matters to Justice: A Capability Theory Perspective.
Book Reviews
Nicole Hassoun. Globalization and Global Justice: Shrinking Distance, Expanding Obligations. Review by Peter Stone.
Being Amoral. Psychopathy and Moral Incapacity, Thomas Schramme (ed.) Review by Hanno Sauer.
Nancy E. Snow and Franco V. Trivigno (eds.): The Philosophy and Psychology of Character and Happiness. Review by Hanno Sauer.
Review Paper
Tom Bates. Mixed Traits and Dispositions: Critical Discussion of Christian Miller, ‘Moral Character: An Empirical Theory’ and ‘Character and Moral Psychology.’
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Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Vol. 12, #1, 2015
Global Health and Global Health Ethics: Bridging Crucial Gaps, Issue Editors:  C. Myser

David M. Shaw, Leigh E. Rich. Intergenerational Global Heath.
Catherine Myser. Defining “Global Health Ethics.”
David M. Shaw. Ethical Aspects of the Glasgow Effect.
Leigh E. Rich. How Do We Thank Thee? Let Us (Try to) Count the Ways.
Letters to the Editor
Muhammed O. Afolabi. Situating the Trovan Trial With the Use of Experimental Ebola Therapies Is Like Comparing an Apple With an Orange
Horacio Rivera, Ana Isabel Vásquez-Velásquez. In-House Plagiarism and Editorial Unaccountability.
Recent Developments
Bernadette Richards, Bill Madden, Tina Cockburn. Untangling the Surrogacy Web and Exploring Legal Duties Following the Discharge of Mental Health Patients.
Editor's Note
Leigh E. Rich. Editorial Note: “Remembering Stephanie” by Charlee Brodsky.
C. Brodsky. Remembering Stephanie.
Critical Perspectives
Sara Teichholtz, Jonah Susser Kreniske, Zachary Morrison. Teaching Corner: An Undergraduate Medical Education Program Comprehensively Integrating Global Health and Global Health Ethics as Core Curricula.
Kearsley A. Stewart. Teaching Corner: The Prospective Case Study.
Jessica Evert. Teaching Corner: Child Family Health International.
Tea Logar, Phuoc Le, James D. Harrison, Marcia Glass. Teaching Corner: “First Do No Harm”: Teaching Global Health Ethics to Medical Trainees Through Experiential Learning.
Nathan Kittle, Virginia McCarthy. Teaching Corner: Raising the Bar: Ethical Considerations of Medical Student Preparation for Short-Term Immersion Experiences.
Natalie Cassell. Essay: My Own Feet.
Alison Connor. Essay: A Lesson in Living.
Michael Clark. Essay: The Thrill Is Back (With Some Gray Hairs).
Gilbert O. A. Lam. Essay: Dear Tenzin.
Melissa McCoy. Essay: Leaky Pipes.
N. Abedini. Essay: Break the Silence.  
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Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, Vol. 21, #2, 2015
Richard E. Ericson and Lester A. Zeager. Ukraine Crisis 2014: A Study of Russian-Western Strategic Interaction.
Ana Maria Tribín. Paramilitaries and Electoral Support.
Athina Economou and Christos Kollias. Terrorism and Political Self-Placement in European Union Countries.
Mohamad Al-Ississ. The Cross-Border Impact of Political Violence.
Abigail R. Hall. Drones: Public Interest, Public Choice, and the Expansion of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.
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