Wednesday, August 5, 2015

August 5, 2015

Environmental and Resource Economics, Vol. 61, #4, 2015
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol. 18, #4, 2015
Global Environmental Politics, Vol. 15, #3, 2015
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 28, #4, 2015
Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 32, #3, 2015
Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 44, #4, 2015
Law and Philosophy, Vol. 34, #5, 2015
Kant Yearbook, Vol. 7, #1, 2015
Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook, Vol. 20, #1, 2015
Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics, Vol. 3, 2013
Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine, Vol. 10, 2015 (open access)

Environmental and Resource Economics, Vol. 61, #4, 2015
Original Papers
John K. Stranlund. A Note on Correlated Uncertainty and Hybrid Environmental Policies.
Chih Cheng Chen. Assessing the Pollutant Abatement Cost of Greenhouse Gas Emission Regulation: A Case Study of Taiwan’s Freeway Bus Service Industry.
Stergios Athanassoglou, Valentina Bosetti. Setting Environmental Policy When Experts Disagree.
Stephen Kasperski. Optimal Multi-species Harvesting in Ecologically and Economically Interdependent Fisheries.
Aaron Hatcher, Linda Nøstbakken. Quota Setting and Enforcement Choice in a Shared Fishery.
Luciano Fanti. Environmental Standards and Cournot Duopoly: A Stability Analysis.
D. M. I. Verreth, G. Emvalomatis, F. Bunte. Dynamic and Static Behaviour with Respect to Energy Use and Investment of Dutch Greenhouse Firms.
Marco Springmann, Da Zhang, Valerie J. Karplus. Consumption-Based Adjustment of Emissions-Intensity Targets: An Economic Analysis for China’s Provinces.
Elbert Dijkgraaf, Raymond Gradus. Efficiency Effects of Unit-Based Pricing Systems and Institutional Choices of Waste Collection.
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Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol. 18, #4, 2015
Editorial Notes
A.W. Musschenga an F.R. Heeger.
Original Papers
Adina PReda. Are There Any Conflicts of Rights?
Adrienne M. Martin. Love, Incorporated.
Benjamin Sachs. Direct Moral Grounding and the Legal Model of Moral Normativity.
Mark T. Nelson. What the Utilitarian Cannot Think.
Alice Pinheiro Walla. Kant's Moral Theory and Demandingness.
Rafe McGregor. Making Sense of Moral Perception.
Samuel Elgin. The Unreliability of Foreseeable Consequences: A Return to the Epistemic Objection.
Earl Spurgin. An Emotional-Freedom Defense of Schadenfreude.
Christopher Morgan-Knapp. Nonconsequentialist Precaution.
Mollie Gerver. Consent for Data on Consent.
T.J. Kasperbauer. Rejecting Empathy for Animal Ethics.
J.P. Messina and Chris W. Surprenant. Situationism and the Neglect of Negative Moral Education.
Duncan Purves, Ryan Jenkins, Bradley J. Strawser. Autonomous Machines, Moral Judgment, and Acting for the Right Reasons.
Book Reviews
Nicholas Southwood: Contractualism and the Foundations of Morality. Review by Michele Bocchiola.
Anna L. Peterson: Being Animal: Beasts & Boundaries in Nature Ethics Review by Andrew Woodhall.
Paul Bloomfield: The Virtues of Happiness. A Theory of the Good Life Review by Wouter Sanderse
Neera K. Badhwar, Well-Being: Happiness in a Worthwhile Life Review by Anders Schinkel.
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Global Environmental Politics, Vol. 15, #3, 2015
Special Issue: Advancing Comparative Climate Change Politics: Theory and Method; Mark Purdon and Catherine Boone.
Introduction to the Special Issue
Mark Purdon. Advancing Comparative Climate Change Politics: Theory and Method.
Research Articles
Kathryn Harrison. International Carbon Trade and Domestic Climate Politics.
David Houle, Erick Lachapelle, Mark Purdon. Comparative Politics of Sub-Federal Cap-and-Trade: Implementing the Western Climate Initiative.
Kathryn Hochstetler, Genia Kostka. Wind and Solar Power in Brazil and China: Interests, State–Business Relations, and Policy Outcomes.
Prakash Kashwan. Forest Policy, Institutions, and REDD+ in India, Tanzania, and Mexico.
Sam Barrett. Subnational Adaptation Finance Allocation: Comparing Decentralized and Devolved Political Institutions in Kenya.
Tim Forsyth, Les Levidow. An Ontological Politics of Comparative Environmental Analysis: The Green Economy and Local Diversity.
Paul F. Steinberg. Can We Generalize from Case Studies?
Book Review Essay
Owen Temby. Limits of Transnational Environmental Network Governance in North America. Reviews of Craik, Neil, Isabel Studer, and Debora Van Nijnatten, eds. 2013. Climate Change Policy in North America: Designing Integration in a Regional System. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. AND Healey, Robert G., Debora L. Van Nijnatten, and Marcela Lopez-Vallejo. 2014. Environmental Policy in North America: Approaches, Capacity, and the Management of Transboundary Issues. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.AND Simon, Suzanne. 2014. Sustaining the Borderlands in the Age of NAFTA: Development, Politics, and Participation on the US-Mexico Border. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.
Book Reviews
Democratizing Global Climate Governance by Hayley Stevenson, John S. Dryzek. Review by Ayşem Mert.
Confronting the Blue Revolution: Industrial Aquaculture and Sustainability in the Global South by Md Saidul Islam. Review by Rachel G. Tiller.
Global Governance of Genetic Resources: Access and Benefit Sharing after the Nagoya Protocol ed. by Sebastian Oberthür, G. Kristin Rosendal. Review by Marc Williams.
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Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 28, #4, 2015
Saara Kupsala, Markus Vinnari, Pekka Jokinen. Citizen Attitudes to Farm Animals in Finland: A Population-Based Study.
David B. Resnik. Retracting Inconclusive Research: Lessons from the Séralini GM Maize Feeding Study.
C. M. Tiplady, D. B. Walsh. Ethical Issues Concerning the Public Viewing of Media Broadcasts of Animal Cruelty.
Melissa Voigt, Mark Russell, Kristina Hiney. Show Horse Welfare: Evaluating Stock-Type Show Horse Industry Legitimacy.
A. J. K. Pols. The Rationality of Biofuel Certification: A Critical Examination of EU Biofuel Policy.
Eli Weber. Vulnerability, Dependence, and Special Obligations to Domesticated Animals: A Reply to Palmer.
Clare Palmer. Response to “Vulnerability, Dependence, and Special Obligations to Domesticated Animals” by Elijah Weber.
Stijn Bruers. In Defense of Eating Vegan.
Andrea Borghini. What Is a Recipe?
Patrik Baard. Adaptive Ideals and Aspirational Goals: The Utopian Ideals and Realist Constraints of Climate Change Adaptation.
Bernard E. Rollin. The Inseparability of Science and Ethics in Animal Welfare.
Martin Hvarregaard Thorsøe. Maintaining Trust and Credibility in a Continuously Evolving Organic Food System.
Review Paper
Pietro Barbieri, Stefano Bocchi. Analysis of the Alternative Agriculture’s Seeds Market Sector: History and Development.
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Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 32, #3, 2015
Original Articles
Emily McTernan. Should Fertility Treatment be State Funded?
Jessica Begon. What are Adaptive Preferences? Exclusion and Disability in the Capability Approach.
Alexa Zellentin. Compensation for Historical Emissions and Excusable Ignorance.
Helena de Bres. Justice in Transnational Governance.
Travis N. Rieder. Procreation, Adoption and the Contours of Obligation.
Derek Edyvane. The Ethics of Democratic Deceit.
Reviewed in this issue
The Moral Challenge of Dangerous Climate Change: Values, Poverty and Policy – By D. Moellendorf; Reason in a Dark Time: Why the Struggle Against Climate Change Failed — and What it Means For Our Future – By D. Jamieson. Reviews by Ewan Kingston.
Moral Responsibility – By Christopher Cowley; Consciousness and Moral Responsibility – By Neil Levy. Reviews by Grant Gillett.
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Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 44, #4, 2015
Original Papers
Staffan Angere. The Logical Structure of Truthmaking.
Pablo Cobreros, Paul Egré, Dave Ripley, Robert van Rooij. Pragmatic Interpretations of Vague Expressions: Strongest Meaning and Nonmonotonic Consequence.
Thomas Schindler. A Disquotational Theory of Truth as Strong as Z−2.
Morgan Thomas. A Generalization of the Routley-Meyer Semantic Framework.
Geoff Georgi. Logic for Languages Containing Referentially Promiscuous Expressions.
Heinrich Wansing, Graham Priest. External Curries.

Kant Yearbook, Vol. 7, #1, 2015
Charles Braverman. The Kantian Legacy in French Empiricism During the Early Nineteenth Century.
Kevin R. Busch. Reason, Induction, and the Humean Objection to Kant.
Brian A. Chance. Locke, Kant, and Synthetic A Priori Cognition.
Bryan W. Hall. The Two Dogmas without Empiricism.
Morganna Lambeth. An Objection to Kant’s Second Analogy.
Peter Sperber. Empiricism and Rationalism: The Failure of Kant’s Synthesis and its Consequences for German Philosophy around 1800.
Udo Thiel. Unities of the Self: From Kant to Locke.
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Law and Philosophy, Vol. 34, #5, 2015
Original Papers
Adam Hosein. Freedom, Sex Roles, and Anti-Discrimination Law.
Ryan Pevnick. Should Civil Liberties Have Strict Priority?
Benjamin Rossi. Mental Self-Management as Attempted Negligence: Trying and Succedding.
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Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook, Vol. 20, #1, 2015
Titelei / Preface

Section 1: Kierkegaard as a Philosopher
Gabriel Ferreira da Silva. “The Philosophical Thesis of the Identity of Thinking and Being is Just the Opposite of What it seems to be.” Kierkegaard on the Relations between Being and Thought.
Rasmus Rosenberg Larsen. The Posited Self: The Non-Theistic Foundation in Kierkegaard’s Writings.
Valentin Teodorescu. Climacus and the Arguments for God’s Existence.
Ingolf U. Dalferth. The Middle Term: Kierkegaard and the Contemporary Debate about Explanatory Theism.
Heiko Schulz. O2 can do? Kierkegaard and the Debate on Divine Omnipotence.
Section 2: Interpreting Kierkegaard: Some Problems and Contemporary Perspectives
Daniel Conway. Much Ado About (Almost) Nothing: In Defense of “Magister Kierkegaard.”
Luke Tarassenko. Is Either/Or a Religious Work or Not?
Julio Jensen. Kierkegaard and the Self-Conscious Literary Tradition: An Interpretation of the Ludic Aspects of Kierkegaard’s Pseudonymous Authorship from a Literary-Historical Perspective.
Gudmundur Bjorn Thorbjornsson and Karl Verstrynge. “Marvel at Nothing”: Reconsidering Kierkegaard’s Category of Recollection through Social Networking Services.
Section 3: Kierkegaard Reception: Responses and Reflections in the 20th Century
Mélissa Fox-Muraton. The Truth Behind the Text: Rachel Bespaloff as a Reader of Kierkegaard from “the Most Torn-Apart Backdrop of History.”
Alessandra Granito. “A Great Awakener”: The Relevance of Søren Kierkegaard in Karl Jaspers’ Aneignung und Polemik.
Keisuke Yoshida. Der Schatten der Kierkegaard-Renaissance. Eine rezeptionsgeschichtliche Studie über die dezisionistisch-irrationalistischen Kierkegaard-Interpretationen zwischen den Weltkriegen in Deutschland.
Kyle A. Roberts. Kierkegaard Reception in Modern Theology: A Review and Assessment.
Joakim Garff. A Matter of Mimesis: Kierkegaard and Ricoeur on Narrative Identity.
Section 4: Editing Kierkegaard
Jon Stewart. An Overview of Kierkegaard’s Nachlass. Part One: the Materials.
Jon Stewart. An Overview of Kierkegaard’s Nachlass. Part Two: the Editions.
Section 5: Appendix
Gerhard Schreiber. Index to Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook 1996–2014.
Abbreviatons // List of Contributors
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Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics, Vol. 3, 2013 (available on the Tanner new journal shelf)
Acknowledgments. // List of Contributors.
Introduction. Mark Timmons.
Roger Crisp. Supererogation and Virtue.
Ralph Wedgwood. The Weight of Moral Reasons.
Mark van Roojen. Scanlon's Promising Proposal and the Right Kind of Reasons to Believe.
Gwen Bradford. Evil achievements and the Principle of Recursion.
David Sobel. Self-Ownership and the Conflation Problem.
Paul Hurley. Consequentializing and Deontologizing: Clogging the Consequentialist Vacuum.
David Shoemaker. On Criminal and Moral Responsibility.
Dale Dorsey. Consequentialism, Cognitive Limitations, and Moral Theory.
Sarah Stroud. The Can't Take That Away From Me: Restricitng the Reach of Moarlity's Demands.
Vanessa Carbonell. What We Know and What We Owe.
Howard Nye. Objective Double Effect and the Avoidance of Narcissism.
Paul Bloomfield. Some Intellectual Aspects of the Cardinal Virtues.
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Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine, Vol. 10, #4-10, 2015 (open access)
Shapiro J, Nixon LL, Wear SE and Doukas DJ. Medical professionalism: what the study of literature can contribute to the conversation. 10:10 (27 June 2015)
Cohn S. ‘Trust my doctor, trust my pancreas’: trust as an emergent quality of social practice. 10:9 (11 June 2015)
Meeting report
Metcalfe KHM, Worsley CA, Swerner CB, Sinha D, Solanki R, Ravi K and Dattani RS. The 2014 Varsity Medical Ethics Debate: should we allow genetic information to be patented?10:8 (20 May 2015)
Review (Highly Accessed)
Heath I. “Arm in arm with righteousness.” 10:7 (23 April 2015)
Research (Highly Accessed)
Setta SM and Shemie SD. An explanation and analysis of how world religions formulate their ethical decisions on withdrawing treatment and determining death.
10:6 (11 March 2015)
Benatar S. Explaining and responding to the Ebola epidemic. 10:5 (4 March 2015)
Zaytseva Y, Chan RCK, Pöppel E and Heinz A. Luria revisited: cognitive research in schizophrenia, past implications and future challenges. 10:4 (27 February 2015)
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