Monday, April 6, 2015

April 6, 2015

Journal of Nietzsche Studies, Vol. 46, #1, 2015
Mind & Language, Vol. 30, #2, 2015
Philosophical Studies, Vol. 172, #5, 2015
Social Epistemology, Vol. 29, #2, 2015
Teaching Philosophy, Vol. 38, #1, 2015

Journal of Nietzsche Studies, Vol. 46, #1, 2015
Abbreviations and Citations of Friedrich Nietzsche’s Works
Christa Davis Acampora. Letter from the editor.
Special Section: Nietzsche, Zarathustra, and Asian Philosophy
Zen and Zarathustra: Self-Overcoming without a Self. Zen and Zarathustra: Self-Overcoming without a Self.
Sarah Flavel. Nishitani’s Nietzsche: Will to Power and the Moment.
Brook Ziporyn. Omnidesire as the Ending of Desire: Zarathustra, Mahāyāna Buddhism, Tiantai.
Discussion Section
Graham Parkes. Open Letter to Bret Davis: Letter on Egoism: Will to Power as Interpretation.
Bret W. Davis. Reply to Graham Parkes: Nietzsche as Zebra: With both Egoistic Antibuddha and Nonegoistic Bodhisattva Stripes.
Graham Parkes. Reply to Bret Davis: Zarathustra and Asian Thought: A Few Final Words.
Proceedings from the North American Nietzsche Society
Jessica N. Berry. Introduction.
Eric Campbell. Nietzsche’s Free Spirits and the Beauty of Illusion.
Alexander Prescott-Couch. Nietzsche, Genealogy, and Historical Individuals.
Justin Remhof. Naturalism, Causality, and Nietzsche’s Conception of Science.
Joshua Andresen. Nietzsche contra Dennett.
Book Reviews
Paul Bishop reviews: Kommentar zu Nietzsches “Die Geburt der Tragödie” by Jochen Schmidt, and: Kommentar zu Nietzsches “Der Fall Wagner,” “Götzen-Dämmerung” by Andreas Urs Sommer, and: Kommentar zu Nietzsches “Der Antichrist,” “Ecce homo,” “Dionysos-Dithyramben,” “Nietzsche contra Wagner” by Andreas Urs Sommer.
Dale Wilkerson reviews The Smile of Tragedy: Nietzsche and the Art of Virtue by Daniel Ahern.
James Andrew Mollison reviews Nietzsche Apostle by Peter Sloterdijk.
Matthew Meyer reviews “Der Faule Fleck des Kantischen Kriticismus”: Erscheinung und Ding an sich bei Nietzsche by Mattia Riccardi.
Selena Pastorino reviews “Vernatürlichung”: Ursprünge von Friedrich Nietzsches Entidealisierung des Menschen, seiner Sprache und seiner Geschichte bei Johann Gottfried Herder by Andrea Christian Bertino.
Jaanus Sooväli reviews Texturen des Denkens: Nietzsches Inszenierung der Philosophie in “Jenseits von Gut und Böse” ed. by Marcus Andreas Born, Axel Pichler.
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Mind & Language, Vol. 30, #2, 2015
Original Articles
Frank C. Keil and George E. Newman. Order, Order Everywhere, and Only an Agent to Think: The Cognitive Compulsion to Infer Intentional Agents.
John Morrison. Triangulating How Things Look.
Kent Johnson. Notational Variants and Invariance in Linguistics.
Albert Newen, Anna Welpinghus and Georg Juckel. Emotion Recognition as Pattern Recognition: The Relevance of Perception.
Jean-Rémy Martin and François Le Corre. Sensory Substitution is Substitution.
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Ezio Di Nucci, Ethics Without Intention. Reviewed by Patrick A. Tully.
Kevin Timpe, Free Will in Philosophical Theology. Reviewed by Derk Pereboom.
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Philosophical Studies, Vol. 172, #5, 2015   
Original Papers
Matthew Silverstein. The shmagency question.
Jody Azzouni. Why deflationary nominalists shouldn’t be agnostics.
Angela Potochnik. Causal patterns and adequate explanations.
Geoff Georgi. A propositional semantics for substitutional quantification.
Bradley Armour-Garb. New problems for modal fictionalism.
Mark Pinder. The cognitivist account of meaning and the liar paradox.
Giovanna Colombetti, Tom Roberts. Extending the extended mind: the case for extended affectivity.
Carolyn Dicey Jennings. Attention and perceptual organization.
Philip Swenson. A challenge for Frankfurt-style compatibilists.
Jeffrey Sanford Russell, John Hawthorne, Lara Buchak. Groupthink.
Elizabeth Miller. Humean scientific explanation.
Aaron Bronfman. Deference and description.
Niall Connolly. Yes: Bare Particulars!.
Nathaniel Sharadin. Problems for pure probabilism about promotion (and a disjunctive alternative).
Caleb Perl. An argument for temporalism and contingentism.
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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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Teaching Philosophy, Vol. 38, #1, 2015

W. Scott Clifton. Preserving the Natural Order of Learning: Brain-Based Pedagogy and the Value of Online Discussion Board Assignments.
Robert Colter, Joseph Ulatowski. Freeing Meno's Slave Boy: Scaffolded Learning in the Philosophy Classroom.
Dennis Earl. The Four-Sentence Paper: A Template for Considering Objections and Replies.
Daniel J. Hicks, John Milanese. The Logic Game: A Two-Player Game of Propositional Logic.
Review Article
John Rudisill. Recent Texts in Political Philosophy.
Kaarina Beam reviews Professor Mommy: Finding a Work-Family Balance in Academia, by Rachel Connelly and Kristen Ghodsee.
Kiki Berk reviews Doing Philosophy: A Practical Guide for Students, 2nd edition, by Clare Saunders, David Mossley, George MacDonald Ross, and Danielle Lamb, with Julie Closs.
John Paul Dreher reviews Plato for Everyone, by Aviezer Tucker.
Raja Halwani reviews
Amy Lara reviews Consuming Choices: Ethics in a Global Consumer Age, by David T. Schwartz.
Robert C. Robinson reviews A Concise Introduction to Logic, 12th edition, by Patrick Hurley.
Clint Tibbs reviews Questions That Matter: An Invitation to Philosophy, edited by L. Miller and Jon Jensen.
Robert E. Wood reviews Hegel, by J. M. Fritzman.
Mirror, Mirror: The Uses and Abuses of Self-Love, by Simon Blackburn.
Andrew B. Johnson reviews Consequentialism and Environmental Ethics, edited by Avram Hiller, Ramona Ilea, and Leonard Kahn.
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