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June 22, 2016

Mind, Vol. 125, #498, 2016
Philosophy, Vol. 91, #3, 2016
Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, Vol. 31, 2016
Ratio Juris, Vol. 29, #2, 2016
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 57, 2016

Mind, Vol. 125, #498, 2016
Jeff Speaks. The Role of Speaker and Hearer in the Character of Demonstratives.
Alexander Bird. Overpowering: How the Powers Ontology Has Overreached Itself.
Florian Steinberger. Explosion and the Normativity of Logic.
Luc Bovens. Selection under Uncertainty: Affirmative Action at Shortlisting Stage.
T. Scott Dixon. What Is the Well-Foundedness of Grounding?
David Braun. The Objects of Belief and Credence.
David J. Chalmers. Referentialism and the Objects of Credence: A Reply to Braun.
Jack Spencer. Disagreement and Attitudinal Relativism.
Jacob Ross and Mark Schroeder. On Losing Disagreements: Spencer’s Attitudinal Relativism.
Book Reviews
Graham Priest reviews Replacing Truth, by Kevin Scharp.
Michael L. Gross reviews In Defence of War, by Nigel Biggar.
Eliot Michaelson reviews About the Speaker, by Alessandra Giorgi.
Sophie Horowitz reviews Rationality and Reflection: How to Think About What to Think, by Jonathan Kvanvig.
C. L. Ten reviews Mill’s Progressive Principles, by David O. Brink.
Andreas Vrahimis reviews Bertrand Russell and the Edwardian Philosophers: Constructing the World, by Omar W. Nasim.
Christopher Bertram reviews The Ethics of Immigration, by Joseph Carens.
Guy Dove reviews The Geometry of Meaning, by Peter Gärdenfors.
Robert Stecker reviews Seeing Fictions in Film: The Epistemology of Movies, by George M. Wilson.
J. L. Dowell reviews Confusion of Tongues: A Theory of Normative Language, by Stephen Finlay.
Jody Azzouni reviews Reference and Existence, by Saul Kripke.
Thomas Hurka reviews The Geometry of Desert, by Shelly Kagan.
Helen Steward reviews The Mind’s Construction: The Ontology of Mind and Mental Action, by Matthew Soteriou.
Daniel Stoljar reviews Consciousness and the Limits of Objectivity: The Case for Subjective Physicalism, by Robert J. Howell.
Elisabeth Camp reviews Category Mistakes, by Ofra Magidor.
Peter Lamarque reviews Fiction and Narrative, by Derek Matravers.
Robert Streiffer reviews Can Animals Be Moral?, by Mark Rowlands.
Erratum to Mind, vol. 125, number 497, January 2016
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Philosophy, Vol. 91, #3, 2016
Blind Mouths!
Research Articles
William Charlton. Religion, Society and Secular Values.
Gordon Graham. Hume and Smith on Natural Religion.
Alexander Stathopoulos. Knowing Achievements.
David Carr. Virtue and Knowledge.
Nakul Krishna. Two Conceptions of Common-Sense Morality.
Pierre Le Morvan. Knowledge and Security.
Book Reviews
The Pragmatic Enlightenment: Recovering the Liberalism of Hume, Smith, Montesquieu, and Voltaire By Dennis C. Rasmussen. Review by Nicholas Capaldi.
Cultural Evolution By Tim Lewens. Review by David Midgley.
Self-Knowledge for Humans By Quassim Cassam. Review by M. J. Cholbi.
The Centered Mind By Peter Carruthers. Review by Geoffrey Madell.
The Pseudo-Platonic Seventh Letter By Myles Burnyeat and Michael Frede (ed. Dominic Scott). Review by A. W. Price.
Booknotes // Books Received
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Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, Vol. 31, 2016
Other / Preliminary Material
Research Articles
Colloquium 1

How Good is that Thing Called Love? The Volatility of erōs in Plato’s Symposium
 by Vasilis Politis.
Colloquium 1 Commentary on Politis
 by Keith McPartland.
Colloquium 1 Politis/McPartland Bibliography

Colloquium 2
What Kind of Theory is the Theory of the Tripartite Soul?
 by Rachel Barney.
Colloquium 2 Commentary on Barney
 by Katja Maria Vogt.
Colloquium 2 Barney/Vogt Bibliography 

Colloquium 3
Why the Gods Love what is Holy: Euthyphro 10–11
 by Aryeh Kosman.
Colloquium 3 Commentary on Kosman
 by James M. Ambury.
Colloquium 3 Kosman/Ambury Bibliography

Colloquium 4
Proclus on Evil
 by Dmitri Nikulin.
Commentary on Nikulin
 by Gary M. Gurtler.
Colloquium 4 Nikulin/Gurtler Bibliography

Colloquium 5
Socrates and the Cyclops: Plato’s Critique of ‘Platonism’ in the Sophist and Statesman
 by Zdravko Planinc.
Commentary on Planinc
 by Timothy A. Mahoney.
Colloquium 5 Planinc/Mahoney Bibliography

Index of Names
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Ratio Juris, Vol. 29, #2, 2016
Issue Information // Editorial Notes

Damiano Canale and Giovanni Tuzet. Introduction to Schauer and The Force of Law.
Leslie Green. The Forces of Law: Duty, Coercion, and Power.
Torben Spaak. Schauer's Anti-Essentialism.
José Juan Moreso. Schauer on Coercion, Acceptance, and Schizophrenia.
Eoin Daly. Principle, Discretion, and Symbolic Power in Rousseau's Account of Judicial Virtue.
Patrick Lenta. Freedom of Conscience and the Value of Personal Integrity.
Notes • Discussions • Book Reviews
Michael Da Silva. The Role of Defenders’ Beliefs in Aggressors’ Forfeiture of Rights against Self-Defensive Force.
Philippe Gérard. On Some Presuppositions of Judgments of Legal Validity.
Peng-Hsiang Wang. On Alexy's Argument from Inclusion.
Issue Information - Aims and Scope // Issue Information - Editorial Guidelines
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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 57, 2016
General Articles
Daniel C. Burnston . Data graphs and mechanistic explanation.  
Lane DesAutels. Natural selection and mechanistic regularity.  
Andrew J. Hogan.  Making the most of uncertainty: Treasuring exceptions in prenatal diagnosis.  
S. Andrew Inkpen. Like Hercules and the Hydra: Trade-offs and strategies in ecological model-building and experimental design.  
James W.E. Lowe. Normal development and experimental embryology: Edmund Beecher Wilson and Amphioxus.  
Adam Hochman. Race: Deflate or pop?  
A.W.F. Edwards. Punnett's square: A postscript.   
Victor J. Luque. The Principle of Stasis: Why drift is not a Zero-Cause Law.  
F. Boem, E. Ratti, M. Andreoletti, G. Boniolo. Why genes are like lemons.
Special Section on Entanglements of Instruments and Media in Investigation Organic Life
Joan Steigerwald. Entanglements of instruments and media in investigating organic life.  
Cornelius Borck. How we may think: Imaging and writing technologies across the history of the neurosciences.  
Anne Milne. The pollen of metaphor: Box, cage, and trap as containment in the eighteenth century.  
Jane Maienschein.  Embryos, microscopes, and society.  
Etienne S. Benson. Trackable life: Data, sequence, and organism in movement ecology.  
Hannah Landecker. It is what it eats: Chemically defined media and the history of surrounds.  
Hans-Jörg Rheinberger. Afterword: Instruments as media, media as instruments.  
Essay Reviews
Dhananjay Bambah-Mukku. A rush of blood to the head: The beginnings of brain imaging.   
Angeliki Kerasidou. Human embryonic stem cell research: Middle-ground positions and moral compromise.   
Thomas C. Scott-Phillips. Can cultural evolution bridge scientific continents?   
Studies C Essay
Ute Deichmann. Why epigenetics is not a vindication of Lamarckism – and why that matters.  
Grant Ramsey, Charles H. Pence. evoText: A new tool for analyzing the biological sciences.  
Joeri Witteveen. “A temporary oversimplification”: Mayr, Simpson, Dobzhansky, and the origins of the typology/population dichotomy (part 2 of 2).  
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