Tuesday, May 17, 2016

May 17, 2016

Bioethics, Vol. 30, #5, 2016
Ergo, Nos. 5-8, 2016
Journal of Logic, Language and Information, Vol. 25, #2, 2016
Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 112, #11, 2015
Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 54, #2, 2016
Philosophical Review, Vol. 125, #2, 2016
Philosophical Topics, Vol. 41, #1, 2013
Philosophical Topics, Vol. 41, #2, 2013
Philosophical Topics, Vol. 42, #1, 2014
Synthese, Vol. 193, #5, 2016
Synthese, Vol. 193, #6, 2016

Bioethics, Vol. 30, #5, 2016
Julian Savulescu. Doping Scandals, Rio and the Future OF Human Enhancement.
Original Articles
John Beverley. The Ties that Undermine.
Michael Hawking. The Viable Violinist.
Nate W. Olson. Medical Researchers' Ancillary Care Obligations: The Relationship-Based Approach.
Viktor Ivanković and Lovro Savić. Integrative Bioethics: A Conceptually Inconsistent Project.
Peter West-Oram and Alena Buyx. Conscientious Objection in Healthcare Provision: A New Dimension.
Daniel Tigard. Emergency Preservation and Resuscitation Trial: A Philosophical Justification for Non-Voluntary Enrollment.
Rob Lawlor. Ambiguities and Asymmetries in Consent and Refusal: Reply to Manson.
Christopher Cowley. A Defence of Conscientious Objection in Medicine: A Reply to Schuklenk and Savulescu.
Cristina Richie. Lessons from Queer Bioethics: A Response to Timothy F. Murphy.
Andreas Christiansen. Synthetic Biology and the Moral Significance of Artificial Life: A Reply to Douglas, Powell and Savulescu.
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Ergo, Nos. 5-8, 2016
Rohan French. Structural Reflexivity and the Paradoxes of Self-Reference.
Nicholas K. Jones. A Higher-Order Solution to the Problem of the Concept Horse.
Max Barkhausen. Hume’s Correction of the Sentiments. Intersubjectivity without Objectivity.
John Turri. A New Paradigm for Epistemology: From Reliabilism to Abilism.
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Journal of Logic, Language and Information, Vol. 25, #2, 2016
Alex Kruckman & Lawrence Valby. Actions Arising from Intersection and Union.
José M. Méndez & Gemma Robles. Strengthening Brady’s Paraconsistent 4-Valued Logic BN4 with Truth-Functional Modal Operators.
Shane Steinert-Threlkeld. Some Properties of Iterated Languages.
Bartosz Więckowski. Subatomic Natural Deduction for a Naturalistic First-Order Language with Non-Primitive Identity.
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Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 112, #11, 2015
Lina Jannsson. Explanatory Asymmetries: Laws of Nature Rehabilitated.
Juan Comesaña. Normative Requirements and Contrary-to-Duty Obligations .
Book Reviews
Ralf M. Bader reviews Mark Jago’s The Impossible: An Essay on Hyperintensionality.
New Books
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Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 54, #2, 2016
Carlo Davia. Universality in Aristotle's Ethics.
Elliot Rossiter. Hdonism and Natural Law in Locke's Moral Philosophy.
Julie Walsh, Eric Stencil. Malebranche on the Metaphysics and Epistemology of Particular Volitions.
David Landy. A Puzzle about Hume’s Theory of General Representation.
Steven Tester. Georg Christoph Lichtenberg’s Idealism.
Antón Barba-Kay. Why Recognition Is a Struggle: Love and Strife in Hegel’s Early Jena Writings.
Book Reviews
Clitophon’s Challenge: Dialectic in Plato’s Meno, Phaedo, and Republic by Hugh H. Benson review by Daniel Devereux.
Plato’s Anti-Hedonism and the Protagoras by J. Clerk Shaw review by Naomi Reshotko.
On Dionysius the Areopagite. Volume 1: Mystical Theology and The Divine Names, Part I. Volume 2: The Divine Names, Part II by Marsilio Ficino review by
Leo Catana.
Intentionality, Cognition, and Mental Representation in Medieval Philosophy ed. by Gyula Klima review by Carl N. Still.
Les Lumières de Leibniz: Controverses avec Huet, Bayle, Regis et More by Mogens Lærke review by Kristen Irwin.
Kant’s Lectures on Anthropology: A Critical Guide ed. by Alix Cohen review by Patrick Kain.
Kant and Colonialism ed. by Katrin Flikschuh and Lea Ypi review by Howard Williams.
The Post-Critical Kant by Bryan Wesley Hall review by Giovanni Pietro Basile.
Hegel and the Metaphysical Frontiers of Political Theory by Eric Lee Goodfield review by Todd Hedrick.
Orientation and Judgment in Hermeneutics by Rudolf A. Makkreel review by Jane Kneller.
Husserl’s Transcendental Phenomenology: Nature, Spirit, and Life by Andrea Staiti review by Bob Sandmeyer.
Heidegger: On Being Uncanny by Katherine Withy review by David Vessey.
Books Received
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Philosophical Review, Vol. 125, #2, 2016
Anat Schechtman. Substance and Independence in Descartes.
Jennifer Smalligan Marušić. Locke's Simple Account of Sensitive Knowledge.
Cian Dorr. Against Counterfactual Miracles.
Book Reviews
Berit Brogaard, On Romantic Love: Simple Truths about a Complex Emotion. Review by Timothy Schroeder.
Rahel Jaeggi, Alienation. Review by Sean Sayers.
Yitzhak Melamed, Spinoza's Metaphysics: Substance and Thought. Review by Michael Della Rocca.
Charles Parsons, Philosophy of Mathematics in the Twentieth Century: Selected Essays. Review by Charles McCarty.
Julian Wuerth, Kant on Mind, Action, and Ethics. Review by Andrew Brook.
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Philosophical Topics, Vol. 41, #1, 2013
Happiness : issue editors Timothy O'Leary and Edoardo Zamuner
I. Ancient Perspectives in Eastern and Western Philosophy
Carlotta Capuccino. Happiness and Aristotle’s Definition of Eudaimonia.
Timothy Chappell Eudaimonia, Happiness, and the Redemption of Unhappiness.
Chris Fraser. Happiness in Classical Confucianism: Xúnzǐ.
David B. Wong. On Learning What Happiness Is.
II. Modern and Contemporary Perspectives
Lorraine Besser-Jones. The Pursuit and Nature of Happiness.
Julien A. Deonna, Fabrice Teroni. What Role for Emotions in Well-being?
Sabine Döring, Eva-Maria Düringer.
Being Worthy of Happiness: Towards a Kantian Appreciation of Our Finite Nature.
Antti Kauppinen. Meaning and Happiness.
Jason R. Raibley. Values, Agency, and Welfare.
Laura Sizer. The Two Facets of Pleasure.
Edoardo Zamuner. Happiness, Consciousness, and the Ontology of Mind.
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Philosophical Topics, Vol. 41, #2, 2013
Envisioning Plurality: Feminist Perspectives on Pluralism in Ethics, Politics, and Social Theory : Issue Editors: Jean Keller and Bonnie Mann
Bonnie Mann, Jean Keller. Why a Feminist Volume on Pluralism?
Pluralism's Failures and Certain Conditions for the Possibility of Success
Scott L. Pratt. Indigenous Agencies and the Pluralism of Empire.
Jennifer Lisa Vest. What Would Philosophic Pluralism Look Like?: True Dialogue, Epistemic Credibility, Rational Parity, and Death in the University.
Alison Reiheld. Asking Too Much? Civility vs. Pluralism.
Shari Stone-Mediatore. Attending to Others: Simone Weil and Epistemic Pluralism.
Feminist Pluralism and Religious Worldviews.
Allison Weir. Islamic Feminisms and Freedom.
Paria Gashtili. Is an “Islamic Feminism” Possible?: Gender Politics in the Contemporary Islamic Republic of Iran.
Fulden Ibrahimhakkioglu. Beyond the Modern/Religious Dichotomy: The Veil and Feminist Solidarity in Contemporary Turkey.
Kim Q. Hall. Philosophy, Religion, Race, and Queerness: A Question of Accommodation or Access.
Feminist Pluralism and Fundamental Value
Lisa Tessman. Value Pluralism, Intuitions, and Reflective Equilibrium.
Shay Welch. Radical-cum-Relation: Bridging Feminist Ethics and Native Individual Autonomy.
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Philosophical Topics, Vol. 42, #1, 2014
The Second Person : Issue Editors: James Conant and Sebastian Rödl
James Conant, Sebastian Rödl.
The Fundamental Character of the Second Person as a Form of Consciousness
Anton Ford. Action and Passion.
Glenda Satne. What Binds Us Together: Normativity and the Second Person.
Jeremy Wanderer. Alethic Holdings.
The Second Person as a Form of Practical Consciousness
Will Small. The Transmission of Skill.
Matthias Haase. For Oneself and Toward Another: The Puzzle about Recognition.
The Second Person as the Form of Private Law
Ariel Zylberman. The Very Thought of (Wronging) You.
Wolfram Gobsch. The Idea of an Ethical Community: Kant and Hegel on the Necessity of Human Evil and the Love to Overcome It.
Stephen Darwall. The Social and the Sociable.
The Place of the Second Person in Theoretical Knowledge
Benjamin McMyler. Theoretical Anarchism.
Fabian Börchers. Darwall on Action and the Idea of a Second-Personal Reason.
Alexandra Newton. Kant on Testimony and the Communicability of Empirical Knowledge.
Sebastian Rödl. Testimony and Generality.
Address and Acknowledgment
Monika Dullstein. Understanding Others in Social Interactions.
David Lauer. What Is It to Know Someone?
Adrian Haddock. On Address.
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Synthese. Vol. 193, #5, 2016
Special issue on Neuroscience and Its Philosophy (2014-2015), Guest edited by Gualtiero Piccinini
Original Papers
William Bechtel. Investigating neural representations: the tale of place cells.
Sen Cheng, Markus Werning. What is episodic memory if it is a natural kind?
Philipp Koralus. Can visual cognitive neuroscience learn anything from the philosophy of language? Ambiguity and the topology of neural network models of multistable perception.
Marcin Miłkowski. Explanatory completeness and idealization in large brain simulations: a mechanistic perspective.
Lauren Olin. Burge on perception and sensation.
S.I.: Neuroscience and Its Philosophy
Paco Calvo. The philosophy of plant neurobiology: a manifesto.
Eric Hochstein. One mechanism, many models: a distributed theory of mechanistic explanation.
Sarah Malanowski. Is episodic memory uniquely human? Evaluating the episodic-like memory research program.
Worth Boone, Gualtiero Piccinini. The cognitive neuroscience revolution.
Jean-Frédéric de Pasquale, Pierre Poirier. Convolution and modal representations in Thagard and Stewart’s neural theory of creativity: a critical analysis.
Sarah K. Robins. Optogenetics and the mechanism of false memory.
Catherine Stinson. Mechanisms in psychology: ripping nature at its seams.
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 Synthese, Vol. 193, #6, 2016
Original Papers
Lee John Whittington. Luck, knowledge and value.
Kurt Sylvan. The illusion of discretion.
Jack Woods. Assertion, denial, content, and (logical) form.
Namjoong Kim. A dilemma for the imprecise bayesian.
Peter B. M. Vranas. New foundations for imperative logic III: A general definition of argument validity.
Tom McClelland. Can self-representationalism explain away the apparent irreducibility of consciousness?
Guillaume Rochefort-Maranda. On the correct interpretation of p values and the importance of random variables.
Hiroshi Ohtani. Wittgenstein on context and philosophical pictures.
Lucas Mix. Nested explanation in Aristotle and Mayr.
Ulrike Hahn, Jos Hornikx. A normative framework for argument quality: argumentation schemes with a Bayesian foundation.
Toby Meadows. Sets and supersets.
Thomas Kroedel, Moritz Schulz. Grounding mental causation.
Jairo Jose da Silva. Husserl and Hilbert on completeness, still.
Matt Leonard. What is mereological harmony?
H. Orri Stefánsson. Desirability of conditionals.
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