Friday, July 22, 2016

July 22, 2016

Apeiron, Vol. 49, #3, 2016
Critical Philosophy of Race, Vol. 4, #2, 2016
Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race, Vol. 13, #1, 2016
Feminist Philosophy Quarterly, Vol. 2, #1, 2016
International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 80, #1, 2016
Journal of Nietzsche Studies, Vol. 47, #2, 2016
Journal of the American Philosophical Association, Vol. 2, #2, 2016
Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 45, #4, 2016
Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 113, #1, 2016
Juncture, Vol. 23, #1, 2016
Law and Philosophy, Vol. 35, #3, 2016
Logic Journal of the IGPL, Vol. 24, #4, 2016  
Metaphilosophy, Vol. 47, #3, 2016
Neuroethics, Vol. 9, #2, 2016
Philosophers’ Imprint, Vol. 16, #10-12, 2016
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 93, #1, 2016
Political Psychology, Vol. 37, 34, 2016
Politics, Philosophy & Economics, Vol. 15, #3, 2016
Politics, Vol. 36, #3, 2016
Studia Logica, Vol. 104, #4, 2016
Synthese, Vol. 193, #7, 2016

Apeiron, Vol. 49, #3, 2016
Harry, Chelsea and Ron, Polansky. Plato on Women’s Natural Ability: Revisiting Republic V and Timaeus.
Honda, Masaya. Mine is Yours: Diotima’s Theory of Survival.
Buckels, Christopher. Making Room for Particulars: Plato’s Receptacle as Space, Not Substratum.
Petrucci, Federico Maria. Plutarch’s Theory of Cosmological Powers in the De Iside et Osiride.
Pass, David Blair. Platonism and Planetary Motion: Reason, Balance and Order in Proclus’ Commentary on Republic.
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Critical Philosophy of Race, Vol. 4, #2, 2016
Special Issue: South African and U.S. Critical Philosophies of Race; Guest Edited by Nancy Tuana with Robert Bernasconi
Robert Bernasconi. The Paradox of Liberal Politics in the South African Context: Alfred Hoernlé’s Critique of Liberalism’s Pact with White Domination.
Desiree Valentine. Racial Mixedness in the Contemporary United States and South Africa: On the Politics of Impurity and Antiracist Praxis.
William Michael Paris. Assata Shakur, Mamphela Ramphele, and the Developing of Resistant Imaginations.
Christi van der Westhuizen. Race, Intersectionality, and Affect in Postapartheid Productions of the “Afrikaans White Woman.”
Haley McEwen. Transatlantic Knowledge Politics of Sexuality.
Book Reviews
John H. Zammito. Before Boas: The Genesis of Ethnography and Ethnology in the German Enlightenment by Han Vermeulen.
John Nale. Nature, Human Nature, and Human Difference: Race in Early Modern Philosophy by Justin E. H. Smith.
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Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race, Vol. 13, #1, 2016
Editorial Introduction
Lawrence D. Bobo. EMPOWERING “The Other.” 
State of the Discipline
Maria S. Johnson and Alford A. Young, Jr. Diversity and Meaning in the Study of Black Fatherhood - Toward a New Paradigm.
Desmond S. King and Rogers M. Smith. The Last Stand? - Shelby County v. Holder, White Political Power, and America’s Racial Policy Alliances.
Xolela Mangcu. Decolonizing South African Sociology - Building on a Shared “Text of Blackness.” 
State of the Art
Robert J. Durán. No Justice, No Peace - Examining Controversial Officer Involved Shootings. 
Nadia E. Brown and Sarah Allen Gershon. Intersectional Presentations - An Exploratory Study of Minority Congresswomen’s Websites’ Biographies. 
Mosi Adesina Ifatunji. A Test of the Afro Caribbean Model Minority Hypothesis - Exploring the Role of Cultural Attributes in Labor Market Disparities between African Americans and Afro Caribbeans.
Kim M. Williams and Lonnie Hannon, III. Immigrant Rights in a Deep South City - The Effects of Anti-Immigrant Legislation on Black Elite Opinion in Birmingham, Alabama. 
Tomás R. Jiménez. Fade to Black - Multiple Symbolic Boundaries in “Black/Brown” Contact. 
James M. Thomas and W. Carson Byrd. The “Sick” Racist - Racism and Psychopathology in the Colorblind Era.
State of the Discourse
Michael P. Jeffries. “One Man in his Time Plays Many Parts.” 
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Feminist Philosophy Quarterly, Vol. 2, #1, 2016
“Love Slaves and Wonder Women: Radical Feminism and Social Reform in the Psychology of William Moulton Marston,” by Matthew J. Brown
“Pornographic Subordination, Power, and Feminist Alternatives,” by Matt L. Drabek.
Special Collection, Author Meets Critics: Lisa Tessman, Moral Failure: On the Impossible Demands of Morality (OUP, 2015)
Eva F. Kittay, “Two Dogmas of Moral Theory? Comments on Lisa Tessman’s Moral Failure.” 
Lisa H. Schwartzman, “Action-Guidance, Oppression, and Nonideal Theory”
Lisa Rivera, “Possible Dilemmas Raised by Impossible Moral Requirements”
Lisa Tessman, “Moral Failure — Response to Critics”
Acknowledging our Referees from September 2014 through June 2016.
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International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 80, #1, 2016
Ronald L. Hall. Editorial preface.
Bashar Alhoch. Stephen Davis’s objection to the second ontological argument.
Christopher Gregory Weaver. Yet another new cosmological argument.
Leigh C. Vicens. On the natural law defense and the disvalue of ubiquitous miracles.
Melissa Frankel. Berkeley on the “Twofold state of things.”
Dan-Johan Eklund. Claudia Welz. Difficulties in Defining the Concept of God: Kierkegaard in Dialogue with Levinas, Buber, and Rosenzweig.
Dan-John Eklund. The nature of faith in analytic theistic philosophy of religion.
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Journal of Nietzsche Studies, Vol. 47, #2, 2016
Proceedings from the North American Nietzsche Society
Jessica N. Berry. Editorial Note.
Jesse Prinz.Genealogies of Morals: Nietzsche’s Method Compared.
Rahul Chaudhri. The Troubled Union of History and Psychology in Nietzsche’s Genealogy.
Mark Migotti. History, Genealogy, Nietzsche: Comments on Jesse Prinz, “Genealogies of Morals: Nietzsche’s Method Compared.”
Allison Merrick. Of Genealogy and Transcendent Critique.
Justin Remhof. Scientific Fictionalism and the Problem of Inconsistency in Nietzsche.
Guy Elgat. How Smart (and Just) Is Ressentiment?
Donovan Miyasaki. Feeling, Not Freedom: Nietzsche Against Agency.
Christian Benne. The Philosophy of Prosopopoeia.
Tom Stern. “Some Third Thing”: Nietzsche’s Words and the Principle of Charity.
Book Reviews
Brian Domino. Nietzsche’s Last Laugh: Ecce Homo as Satire by Nicholas D. More.
Hedwig Gaasterland. L’art de bien lire: Nietzsche et la philologie ed. by Jean-François Balaudé, Patrick Wotling.
Luca Guerreschi. Il nuovo infinito di Nietzsche. La futura obiettività tra arte e scienza by Marco Vozza.
Phillip H. Roth. Friedrich Nietzsche: Jenseits von Gut und Böse ed. by Marcus Andreas Born.
Emmanuel Salanskis. Nietzsche’s Naturalism: Philosophy and the Life Sciences in the Nineteenth Century by Christian J. Emden.
Melanie Shepherd. Cosmological Aesthetics through the Kantian Sublime and Nietzschean Dionysian by Erman Kaplama.
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Journal of the American Philosophical Association, Vol. 2, #2, 2016
Rachel Barney. [Aristotle], On Trolling.
Mark Alznauer. Hegel's Theory of Normativity.
Hans D. Muller. Sympathy for Whom? Smith's Reply to Hume. 
Justin Morton. A New Evolutionary Debunking Argument Against Moral Realism.
Joshua D. K. Brown. Natural Objects. 
Uriah Kriegel. Philosophy as Total Axiomatics: Serious Metaphysics, Scrutability Bases, and Aesthetic Evaluation. 
Benjamin S. Yost. Kant's Demonstration of Free Will, Or, How to Do Things with Concepts. 
Sara Bernstein and Jessica Wilson. Free Will and Mental Quausation. 
Andrew M. Bailey and Joshua Rasmussen. How Valuable Could a Material Object Be? 
Stephen J. Crowley, Chad Gonnerman and Michael O'Rourke. Cross-Disciplinary Research as a Platform for Philosophical Research. 
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Journal of Philosophical Logic, Vol. 45, #4, 2016
Original Papers
Gabriel Oak Rabin, Brian Rabern. Well Founding Grounding Grounding.
Makoto Kikuchi, Taishi Kurahashi. Liar-type Paradoxes and the Incompleteness Phenomena.
Vít Punčochář. A Generalization of Inquisitive Semantics.
Sven Ove Hansson. Iterated Descriptor Revision and the Logic of Ramsey Test Conditionals.
Stefan Wintein, Reinhard Muskens. A Gentzen Calculus for Nothing but the Truth.
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Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 113, #1, 2016
J.E. Wolff. Using defaults to understand token causation.
Mark Walker. Externalism, skepticism, and skeptical dogmatism.
New Books
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Juncture, Vol. 23, #1, 2016
Mathew Lawrence, Guy Lodge, Nick Pearce and Carys Roberts. Editorial.
David Runciman. A win for ‘proper people’?: Brexit as a rejection of the networked world.
Vernon Bogdanor. A new way back for social democracy?: The EU referendum and its lessons for the left.
Tom Kibasi. Understanding Brexit: Why does it feel like this and where do we go from here?
John Curtice. Not the end, my friend: Labour, the referendum result and the challenges that remain.
Gavin Kelly and Nick Pearce. Why progressive politics in the 2020s must reject political short-termism and find a new voice.
Helen McCarthy. Push, don't nudge: How progressives should use the state to advance social change.
Monica Duffy Toft. Networks fighting networks: Understanding and combatting extremism and radicalisation on a smaller scale.
David Miller. How to think about immigration: Control, protection, discretion and democracy.
Kathryn Perera. Knowledge of how to combine: Organising, renewal and the Labour party.
Joanne Paul. Utopia today: Citizenship, self-interest and society.
Sue Yeandle. Caring for our carers: An international perspective on policy developments in the UK.
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Law and Philosophy, Vol. 35, #3, 2016
Michael Blake’s Justice and Foreign Policy
, Issue Editors: Christopher Heath Wellman
Editorial Notes
Christopher Heath Wellman. Introduction: Symposium on Justice & Foreign Policy.
Original Papers
Mathias Risse. On Where We Differ: Sites Versus Grounds of Justice, and Some Other Reflections on Michael Blake’s Justice and Foreign Policy.
Andrea Sangiovanni. Is Coercion a Ground of Distributive Justice?
Kok-Chor Tan. Justice Between Sites of Justice.
Michael Blake Pages. Agency, Coercion, and Global Justice: A Reply to My Critics.
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 Logic Journal of the IGPL, Vol. 24, #4, 2016  
Special Issue: Formal Representations of Model-Based Reasoning and Abduction; Guest Editors: Lorenzo Magnani and Claudia Casadio

Lorenzo Magnani and Claudia Casadio.
Original Articles
John Woods. Does changing the subject from A to B really provide an enlarged understanding of A?
V. Michele Drury. Analytic and synthetic in logic.
Gerhard Schurz. Common cause abduction: The formation of theoretical concepts and models in science.
Ari Saptawijaya and Luís Moniz Pereira. Logic programming for modeling morality.
Chiaki Sakama and Katsumi Inoue. Abduction, conversational implicature and misleading in human dialogues.
Gustavo Cevolani. Carnapian truthlikeness.
Marco Giunti and Simone Pinna. For a dynamical approach to human computation.
Daniele Porello. Single-peakedness and semantic dimensions of preferences.
Michael Schippers. Bayesian coherentism and the problem of measure sensitivity.
Sam Carter. Probability judgements about indicative conditionals: An erotetic theory.
Selene Arfini and Lorenzo Magnani. Cognitive autoimmunity: Knowledge, ignorance and self-deception.
Claudia Casadio. Reasoning logically in cognitive domains.
Lorenzo Magnani. Naturalizing the logic of abduction.
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Metaphilosophy, Vol. 47, #3, 2016
Jason Schukraft. Carving Intuition at its Joints.
James Andow. Abduction by Philosophers: Reorienting Philosophical Methodology.
Inga Bostad and Halvor Hanisch. Freedom and Disability Rights: Dependence, Independence, and Interdependence.
Philipp Dorstewitz. Imagination in Action.
Richard Floyd. Mind, State, and Metaphor.
J. T. M. Miller. Can an Ontological Pluralist Really be a Realist?
Genia Schönbaumsfeld. Meaning and Conversational Impropriety in Sceptical Contexts.
Yussif Yakubu. Truth Analysis of the Gettier Argument.
The Philosopher as Teacher.
Susanna Saracco. Difference as a Resource for Thinking: An Online Dialogue Showing the Role Played by Difference in Problem Solving and Decision Making.
Book Review
JeeLoo Liu. The Philosophical Challenge from China – Edited by Brian Bruya.
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Neuroethics, Vol. 9, #2, 2016
Special Issue: Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers 2015, Issue Editors: Veljko Dubljevic, Victoria Saigle, Eric Racine
Original Papers
Veljko Dubljević, Victoria H. Saigle, Eric Racine. The Bright Future of Neuroethics.
Jared N. Craig. Incarceration, Direct Brain Intervention, and the Right to Mental Integrity – a Reply to Thomas Douglas.
Nada Gligorov. A Defense of Brain Death.
Andrew Vierra. Psychopathy, Mental Time Travel, and Legal Responsibility.
Veljko Dubljević. 21 Selected Abstracts from the Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers.
Eisuke Sakakibara. Irrationality and Pathology of Beliefs.
Tineke Broer, Martyn Pickersgill, Ian J. Deary. The Movement of Research from the Laboratory to the Living Room: a Case Study of Public Engagement with Cognitive Science.
Daniel Sharp, David Wasserman. Deep Brain Stimulation, Historicism, and Moral Responsibility.
Ruth Hibbert. LIS and BCIs: a Local, Pluralist, and Pragmatist Approach to 4E Cognition.
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Philosophers’ Imprint, Vol. 16, #10-12, 2016
Emanuel Viebahn and Barbara Vetter,"How many meanings for ‘may’? The case for modal polysemy"
Kenny Easwaran, Luke Fenton-Glynn, Christopher Hitchcock, and Joel D. Velasco, "Updating on the Credences of Others: Disagreement, Agreement, and Synergy"
David Liebesman, "Counting as a Type of Measuring"
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. 93, #1, 2016
Justin Tiehen. Physicalism Requires Functionalism: A New Formulation and Defense of the Via Negativa.
Susanna Schellenberg. Perceptual Particularity.
Conor Mayo-Wilson and Gregory Wheeler. Scoring Imprecise Credences: A Mildly Immodest Proposal.
Christoph Kelp. Justified Belief: Knowledge First-Style.
Wayne Wu. Experts and Deviants: The Story of Agentive Control.
Chris Tucker. Satisficing and Motivated Submaximization (in the Philosophy of Religion).
Matthew S. Bedke. Intuitions, Meaning, and Normativity: Why Intuition Theory Supports a Non-Descriptivist Metaethic.
Peter Pagin. Problems with Norms of Assertion.
Problems from Reid
James Van Cleve. Précis of Problems from Reid.
Lorne Falkenstein. Dualism And The Experimentum Crucis.
Rebecca Copenhaver. Additional Perceptive Powers: Comments on Van Cleve's Problems from Reid.
Kenneth P. Winkler. Van Cleve and Reid on Conceptions and Qualities.
James Van Cleve. Replies to Falkenstein, Copenhaver, and Winkler.
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Politics, Vol. 36, #3, 2016
Special Issue: Everyday Narratives in World Politics, Guest editors: Liam Stanley and Richard Jackson
Special Issue Articles
Liam Stanley and Richard Jackson. Introduction: Everyday narratives in world politics.
Liam Stanley. Using focus groups in political science and international relations.
Leonard Seabrooke and Rune Riisbjerg Thomsen. Making sense of austerity: Everyday narratives in Denmark and the United Kingdom.
Matthew Donoghue. Cohesion as ‘common sense’: Everyday narratives of community and cohesion in New Labour’s Britain.
Lee Jarvis and Michael Lister. What would you do? Everyday conceptions and constructions of counter-terrorism.
Richard Jackson and Gareth Hall. Talking about terrorism: A study of vernacular discourse.
Roger Mac Ginty and Pamina Firchow. Top-down and bottom-up narratives of peace and conflict.
Katherine Tonkiss. Experiencing transnationalism at home: Open borders and the everyday narratives of non-migrants.
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Politics, Philosophy & Economics, Vol. 15, #3, 2016
Alice Baderin. Political theory and public opinion: Against democratic restraint.
Juliana Bidadanure. Making sense of age-group justice: A time for relational equality?
Maria P Ferretti. Risk imposition and freedom.
Robert E Goodin and Avia Pasternak. Intending to benefit from wrongdoing.
Gerald Lang and Rob Lawlor. Numbers scepticism, equal chances and pluralism: Taurek revisited.
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Political Psychology, Vol. 37, 34, 2016
Fenella Fleischmann and Karen Phalet. Identity Conflict or Compatibility: A Comparison of Muslim Minorities in Five European Cities.
Eva G. T. Green, Oriane Sarrasin, Robert Baur and Nicole Fasel. From Stigmatized Immigrants to Radical Right Voting: A Multilevel Study on the Role of Threat and Contact.
Sandra Penic, Guy Elcheroth and Stephen Reicher. Can Patriots Be Critical after a Nationalist War? The Struggle Between Recognition and Marginalization of Dissenting Voices.
Niambi M. Carter and Efrén O. Pérez. Race and Nation: How Racial Hierarchy Shapes National Attachments.
Monica C. Schneider, Mirya R. Holman, Amanda B. Diekman and Thomas McAndrew. Power, Conflict, and Community: How Gendered Views of Political Power Influence Women's Political Ambition.
Richard E. Matland and Gregg R. Murray. I Only Have Eyes for You: Does Implicit Social Pressure Increase Voter Turnout?
Costas Panagopoulos. A Closer Look at Eyespot Effects on Voter Turnout: Reply to Matland and Murray.
Richard E. Matland and Gregg R. Murray. These Eyes: A Rejoinder to Panagopoulos on Eyespots and Voter Mobilization.
Jonathan Joseph Reilly. No Postmaterialists in Foxholes: Postmaterialist Values, Nationalism, and National Threat in the People's Republic of China.
Rose McDermott, Helen Haste and Leonie Huddy. The Silent Sex: Gender, Deliberation and Institutions By Christopher Karpowiz and Tali Mendelberg.
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Studia Logica, Vol. 104, #4, 2016
Special Issue: Logical Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems; Issue Editors: Nils Bulling, Wiebe van der Hoek
Brief Communication
Nils Bulling, Wiebe van der Hoek. Special Issue on Logical Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems.
Original Papers
T. Ågotnes, H. van Ditmarsch, T. French. The Undecidability of Quantified Announcements.
Bożena Woźna-Szcześniak, Andrzej Zbrzezny. Checking EMTLK Properties of Timed Interpreted Systems Via Bounded Model Checking.
Taolue Chen, Giuseppe Primiero, Franco Raimondi, Neha Rungta. A Computationally Grounded, Weighted Doxastic Logic.
Giuseppe De Giacomo, Yves Lespérance, Fabio Patrizi, Stavros Vassos. Progression and Verification of Situation Calculus Agents with Bounded Beliefs.
Vaishak Belle, Hector J. Levesque. A Logical Theory of Localization.
Emiliano Lorini, Giovanni Sartor. A STIT Logic for Reasoning About Social Influence.
Paul Harrenstein, Paolo Turrini, Michael Wooldridge. Hard and Soft Preparation Sets in Boolean Games.
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Synthese, Vol. 193, #7, 2016
Original Papers
Olimpia Lombardi, Federico Holik, Leonardo Vanni. What is Shannon information?
Simon D’Alfonso. Belief merging with the aim of truthlikeness.
Cheng-hung Tsai. Ethical expertise and the articulacy requirement.
Peter Olen, Stephen P. Turner. Was Sellars an error theorist?
Patrick Todd. On behalf of a mutable future.
Paolo Galeazzi, Emiliano Lorini. Epistemic logic meets epistemic game theory: a comparison between multi-agent Kripke models and type spaces.
Caroline T. Arruda, Daniel J. Povinelli. Chimps as secret agents.
Jon Elster. Tool-box or toy-box? Hard obscurantism in economic modeling.
Andrew Russo. Kim’s dilemma: why mental causation is not productive.
Ronald Endicott. Functionalism, superduperfunctionalism, and physicalism: lessons from supervenience.
Sam Baron. Metaphysics as fairness.
Edison Barrios. Simple is not easy.
Colin Howson. Does information inform confirmation?
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