ETHICS ALERT

The latest appears below the fold.

Publicly Available:

 

Rivka
Weinberg, Future People: A
Moderate Consequentialist Account of Our Obligations to Future Generations

of Tim Mulgan, from Notre Dame
Philosophical Reviews
.

 

Ralph Wedgwood, The Normative Force
of Reasoning

 

John Gardner, Prohibiting
Immoralities

 

Mark Schroeder, How
Expressivists Can and Should Solve their Problem with Negation

—-, Teleology,
Agent-Relative Value, and ‘Good’

 

Nathan Nobis, A Rational
Defense of Animal Experimentation

 

Pekka
Väyrynen, A Theory of
Hedged Moral Principles
 

 

Pekka
Väyrynen, Is Goodness
Just a Great Pretender?

 

Douglas W. Portmore, Dual-Ranking
Act-Consequentialism

– Penultimate draft (11/2/06) of a paper that’s forthcoming in Philosophical
Studies.

 

 

Available by Subscription Only:

 

From Volume 9 Number 4 of Ethical
Theory and Moral Practice
:

 

Kurt Bayertz, Three Arguments For
Scientific Freedom

 

Sune Lægaard, Feasibility and
Stability in Normative Political Philosophy: The Case of Liberal Nationalism

 

Neil Sinclair, Two kinds of
naturalism in ethics

 

Christopher Tollefsen, Is A Purely First
Person Account Of Human Action Defensible?

 

Erik J. Wielenberg, Saving Character

 

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Utilitas
Volume 18 – Issue 04 – December 2006

Is Moral Obligation Objective or Subjective?
MICHAEL J. ZIMMERMAN
Published Online: 24-NOV-06
[ abstract ] pp 329 – 361

Value, Interest, and Well-Being
JOHN GARDNER
TIMOTHY MACKLEM
Published Online: 24-NOV-06
[ abstract ] pp 362 – 382

The Epistemic Problem Does Not Refute Consequentialism
TYLER COWEN
Published Online: 24-NOV-06
[ abstract ] pp 383 – 399

Darwall on Rational Care
JOSEPH RAZ
Published Online: 24-NOV-06
[ abstract ] pp 400 – 414

Deconstructing Welfare: Reflections on Stephen Darwall’s Welfare and Rational Care
SUSAN WOLF
Published Online: 24-NOV-06
[ abstract ] pp 415 – 426

Darwall on Welfare as Rational Care
JAMES GRIFFIN
Published Online: 24-NOV-06
[ abstract ] pp 427 – 433

Reply to Griffin, Raz, and Wolf
STEPHEN DARWALL
Published Online: 24-NOV-06
[ abstract ] pp 434 – 444

Nicholas Capaldi, John Stuart Mill: A Biography
(Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2004), pp. xx + 436
WILLIAM STAFFORD
Published Online: 24-NOV-06
[ abstract ] pp 445 – 447

Russell Hardin, Indeterminacy and Society (Princeton
and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2003), pp. xi + 166
RAIMO TUOMELA
Published Online: 24-NOV-06
[ abstract ] pp 447 – 448

Peter Singer, The President of Good and Evil: Taking George W.
Bush Seriously
(London: Granta Books, 2004), pp. v + 280
YANNICK VANDERBORGHT
Published Online: 24-NOV-06
[ abstract ] pp 448 – 449

Serena Olsaretti (ed.), Desert and Justice (Oxford: Oxford
University Press, 2003), pp. xi + 269
KIMBERLEY BROWNLEE
Published Online: 24-NOV-06
[ abstract ] pp 449 – 451

 

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From Volume
84 Number 4/December 2006 of Australasian
Journal of Philosophy
:

 

Jonas
Olson, G. E. Moore on goodness and reasons

 

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From Volume
49 Number 6/December 2006 of Inquiry:

 

Evan
Tiffany, How Kantian Must Kantian Constructivists Be?

 

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Richard
J. Arneson
, Luck
Egalitarianism: An Interpretation and Defense
, forthcoming in Philosophical Topics.