Thursday, December 17, 2015

December 17, 2015

Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 42, S1, 2012
The Dualist, Vol. 20, 2015
Ethics & Global Politics, December 2015
Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 112, #5, 2015
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, Vol. 21, #4, 2015
Philosophy Compass, Vol. 10, #12, 2015
Philosophy and Public Affairs, Vol. 43, #4, 2015
Philosophy of Science, Vol. 82, #5, 2015
Philosophy of Science, Vol. 83, #1, 2015

Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 42, S1, 2012
Special Issue: Hume in Alberta: Selected Papers from the 2012 Hume Conference in Calgary. Guest editors: Amy M. Schmitter, Ann Levey, Wade Robison, and Jennifer Welchman
Editors' introduction to Hume in Alberta by Amy M. Schmitter.
Sarah Hutton. From Cudworth to Hume: Cambridge Platonism and the Scottish Enlightenment.
Deborah Brown. Hume and the nominalist tradition.
Ruth Weintraub. Hume's nominalism and the Copy Principle.
Jani Hakkarainen. Hume as trope nominalist.
Maité Cruz Tleugabulova. Hume on presentation and philosophy.
Erin Frykholm. The ontology of character traits in Hume.
Hsueh Qu. The simple duality: Humean passions.
Elizabeth S. Radcliffe. The inertness of reason and Hume's legacy.
Philip A. Reed. Motivating Hume's natural virtues.
Kenneth Henley. Hume's "Wilt Chamberlain Argument" and taxation.
Donald C. Ainslie. Hume, a Scottish Locke? Comments on Terence Penelhum's Hume.
Jane McIntyre. The idea of the self in the evolution of Hume's account of the passions.
Willem Lemmens. The 'true religion' of the sceptic: Penelhum reading Hume's Dialogues.
Terence Penelhum. Hume, Locke and consciousness.
Terence Penelhum. Hume's atheism and the role of Cleanthes.
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The Dualist: Stanford’s Undergraduate Philosophy Journal, Vol. XX, 2015 (available on the Tanner new journals shelves)
Cody Rosevear. Trapped in a Chinese Room.
Katie Morrow. The Layered Model of Biological Emergence.
An Interview with Christine Korsgaard.
Undergraduate Resources / Acknowledgments / About The Dualist
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Ethics & Global Politics, December 2015 (open access)
The ‘ugliness’ of economic efficiency: technology, species-being, and global poverty by Timothy Weidel.
Advancing peace and respecting basic human rights? A narrow moral appraisal of international law by Benoit Mayer.
Does classical liberalism imply democracy? by David Ellerman.
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Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 112, #5, 2015 (available on Tanner new Journals shelf)
Alex Worsnip. Possibly False Knowledge.
T. Parent. Rule Following and Metaontology.
Michael C. Rea. Time Travelers Are Not Free.
New Books
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Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, Vol. 21, #4, 2015
Haer, Roos / Kıbrıs, Arzu. Introduction to the Proceedings of the 15th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference.
Shortland, Anja. Can We Stop Talking about Somali Piracy Now? A Personal Review of Somali Piracy Studies.
Ahrens, Achim. Civil Conflicts, Economic Shocks and Night-time Lights.
Gartzke, Erik / Böhmelt, Tobias. Climate and Conflict: Whence the Weather?
Dorussen, Han. Security Perception after the Completion of UN Peacekeeping in Timor-Leste.
Caruso, Raul / Di Domizio, Marco. The Impact of US Military Spending on Public Debt in Europe (1992–2013): A Note.
Gries, Thomas / Palnau, Irene. Sustaining Civil Peace: A Configurational Comparative Analysis
Odehnal, Jakub. Military Expenditures and Free-Riding in NATO.
Masi, Tania. Non-governmental Organisations and Democracy: An Empirical Analysis.
Haar, Roberta / Krebs, Lutz F. Choosing to Intervene: US Domestic Politics and Moral Imperatives.
Johnson, Richard A.I. United States Arms Transfer Decision-Making: Determinants of Sales versus Aid.
Du Bois, Cind / Buts, Caroline / Raes, Steffi. Post-Somalia Syndrome: Does it Exist?
Polivin, Oleg. How Free Media Protects Energy Infrastructure?
Boese, Vanessa A. Viva la Revolución, or: Do Revolutions Lead to More Democracy?
Sekeris, Petros G. State Power, State Capacity, and Development.
Rana, Arslan Tariq. Trade and Conflicts: Do Preferential Trade Agreements Matter?
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Philosophy and Public Affairs, Vol. 43, #4, 2015        
Original Articles
Kieran Oberman. The Myth of the Optional War: Why States Are Required to Wage the Wars They are Permitted to Wage.
Philip Kitcher. Experimental Animals.
Laura Valentini. On the Distinctive Procedural Wrong of Colonialism.
Notes on Contributors
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Philosophy Compass, Vol. 10, #12, 2015
Issue Information
Continental Philosophy
Andrea Staiti. Husserl and Rickert on the Nature of Judgment.
Joshua Kates. Pragmatics and Semantics and Husserl and Derrida.
Christopher R. Mayes. Revisiting Foucault's ‘Normative Confusions’: Surveying the Debate Since the Collège de France Lectures.
Michael J. Hannon. The Importance of Knowledge Ascriptions.
Andrew M. Bailey. Animalism.
Ásta Sveinsdóttir. Social Construction.
Randolph Clarke. Abilities to Act.
Mind & Cognitive Science.
Robert J. Howell. The Physicalist's Tight Squeeze: A Posteriori Physicalism vs. A Priori Physicalism.
Naturalistic Philosophy
Geoffrey P. Goodwin. Experimental Approaches to Moral Standing.
Florian Cova, Amanda Garcia and Shen-yi Liao. Experimental Philosophy of Aesthetics.
Corrine L. Bloch-Mullins. Foundational Questions about Concepts: Context-sensitivity and Embodiment.
Philosophy of Science
Roman Frigg, Erica Thompson and Charlotte Werndl. Philosophy of Climate Science Part I: Observing Climate Change.
Roman Frigg, Erica Thompson and Charlotte Werndl. Philosophy of Climate Science Part II: Observing Climate Change.
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Philosophy of Science, Vol. 82, #5, 2015
Chris Smeenk.
Explanation and Mechanisms
Michael E. Cuffaro.How-Possibly Explanations in (Quantum) Computer Science.
Rune Nyrup. How Explanatory Reasoning Justifies Pursuit: A Peircean View of IBE.
Alan C. Love and Marco J. Nathan. The Idealization of Causation in Mechanistic Explanation.
Tudor M. Baetu. The Completeness of Mechanistic Explanations.
Models and Measurement
Conrad Heilmann. A New Interpretation of the Representational Theory of Measurement.
Roberto Fumagalli. No Learning from Minimal Models.
Sabina Leonelli. What Counts as Scientific Data? A Relational Framework.
Teru Miyake. Reference Models: Using Models to Turn Data into Evidence.
Zee R. Perry. Properly Extensive Quantities.
Olin M. Robus. Does Science License Metaphysics?
Matthew S. Sample. Stanford’s Unconceived Alternatives from the Perspective of Epistemic Obligations.
P. Kyle Stanford. Catastrophism, Uniformitarianism, and a Scientific Realism Debate That Makes a Difference.
Confirmation Theory
Yann Benétreau-Dupin. Blurring Out Cosmic Puzzles.
Olav B. Vassend. Confirmation Measures and Sensitivity.
Wolfgang Pietsch. Aspects of Theory-Ladenness in Data-Intensive Science.
Daniel Malinsky. Hypothesis Testing, “Dutch Book” Arguments, and Risk.
Jiji Zhang and Kun Zhang. Likelihood and Consilience: On Forster’s Counterexamples to the Likelihood Theory of Evidence.
Nicolas Fillion and Sorin Bangu. Numerical Methods, Complexity, and Epistemic Hierarchies.
Game Theory and Formal Models
Bennett Holman and Justin P. Bruner. The Problem of Intransigently Biased Agents.
J. McKenzie Alexander. Cheap Talk, Reinforcement Learning, and the Emergence of Cooperation.
Marshall Abrams. Coherence, Muller’s Ratchet, and the Maintenance of Culture.
Simon M. Huttegger, Justin P. Bruner, and Kevin J. S. Zollman. The Handicap Principle Is an Artifact.
Cognitive Science
Joseph B. McCaffrey. The Brain’s Heterogeneous Functional Landscape.
Nicholas Zautra. Embodiment, Interaction, and Experience: Toward a Comprehensive Model in Addiction Science.
Mark Povich. Mechanisms and Model-Based Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Kathryn Tabb. Psychiatric Progress and the Assumption of Diagnostic Discrimination.
Irina Mikhalevich. Experiment and Animal Minds: Why the Choice of the Null Hypothesis Matters.
Elizabeth O’Neill. Which Causes of Moral Beliefs Matter?
Charles H. Pence and Grant Ramsey. Is Organismic Fitness at the Basis of Evolutionary Theory?
Karen Kovaka. Biological Individuality and Scientific Practice.
Stefan Linquist. Against Lawton’s Contingency Thesis; or, Why the Reported Demise of Community Ecology Is Greatly Exaggerated.
Lucas J. Matthews. Embedded Mechanisms and Phylogenetics.
Harold Kincaid. Open Empirical and Methodological Issues in the Individualism-Holism Debate.
Derek John Skillings. Mechanistic Explanation of Biological Processes.
Space-Time Physics
Syman Stevens. The Dynamical Approach as Practical Geometry.
Nick Huggett and Tiziana Vistarini. Deriving General Relativity from String Theory.
Quantum Physics
Joshua Rosaler. Is de Broglie-Bohm Theory Specially Equipped to Recover Classical Behavior?
Joshua Norton. Weak Discernibility and Relations between Quanta.
Molly Kao. Unification and the Quantum Hypothesis in 1900–1913.
Bihui Li. Coarse-Graining as a Route to Microscopic Physics: The Renormalization Group in Quantum Field Theory.
Classical Physics
Charlotte Werndl and Roman Frigg. Rethinking Boltzmannian Equilibrium.
Conor Mayo-Wilson. Structural Chaos.
Olimpia Lombardi and Sebastian Fortin and Leonardo Vanni. A Pluralist View about Information.
Social Sciences and Policy
Robert Northcott. Opinion Polling and Election Predictions.
Carole J. Lee. Commensuration Bias in Peer Review.
Arnon Keren. Science and Informed, Counterfactual, Democratic Consent.
Rosa W. Runhardt. Evidence for Causal Mechanisms in Social Science: Recommendations from Woodward’s Manipulability Theory of Causation.
Alexandre Marcellesi. External Validity: Is There Still a Problem?
Spencer Phillips Hey. What Theories Are Tested in Clinical Trials?
Bennett Holman. Why Most Sugar Pills Are Not Placebos.
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Philosophy of Science, Vol. 83, #1, 2015
Seamus Bradley and Katie Steele. Can Free Evidence Be Bad? Value of Information for the Imprecise Probabilist.
Peter Vanderschraaf. In a Weakly Dominated Strategy Is Strength: Evolution of Optimality in Stag Hunt Augmented with a Punishment Option.
Liam Kofi Bright, Daniel Malinsky, and Morgan Thompson. Causally Interpreting Intersectionality Theory.
James Owen Weatherall. Maxwell-Huygens, Newton-Cartan, and Saunders-Knox Space-Times.
Nicholas J. Teh. Galileo’s Gauge: Understanding the Empirical Significance of Gauge Symmetry. Contains supplements.
J. Robert Thompson. Causing Trouble: Theories of Reference and Theory of Mind.
Nir Fresco and Michaelis Michael. Information and Veridicality: Information Processing and the Bar-Hillel/Carnap Paradox.
Essay Reviews
Why the Small Things in Life Matter: Philosophy of Biology from the Microbial Perspective by Maureen A. O’Malley. Review by: Maria Şerban and Sara Green.
Evidence, Decision and Causality by Arif Ahmed. Review by: H. Orri Stefánsson.
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