The latest issue of Philosophy in Review is out. Larry Alexander (USD): Deontological Constraints in a Consequentialist World: A Comment on Law, Economics and Morality. Ezio Di Nucci (Duisburg-Essen): The Doctrine of Double Effect and the Trolley Problem. Brian Leiter (Chicago): The Boundaries of the Moral (and Legal) Community. Joseph Raz (Columbia): Value: A Menu of Questions. Santiago Zabala (Barcelona): Being in the University: Philosophical Education or Legitimations of Analytic Philosophy? From the European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy, a special issue on a contemporary reassessment of William James, a century later. Can philosophers give us any insights into what is going on when belief systems clash? An interview with Peg O'Connor, author of On the Rocks Is a Form of Life: Philosophy and Addiction. A review of What Should I Do? Philosophers on the Good, the Bad, and the Puzzling by Alexander George. Mike Alder explains why mathematicians and scientists don’t like philosophy but do it anyway. An interview with J.M. Bernstein on humiliation, mutual dependency and why “who we are is not up to us”. Are moral judgements simply relative to culture? Paul Boghossian suggests that moral relativism is an untenable position. An interview with Raymond Geuss. Of all the things you might imagine you’d find in a professional philosopher’s toolkit, a rubber duck might not be the first to spring to mind. An interview with professor emeritus of philosophy John Perry, winner of a 2011 Ig Nobel Prize.