“A Journal of Interdisciplinary Normative Studies.” Check it out (pdf). Yours truly makes an appearance at the end of the journal, if you’re interested (I critique the student libertarian movement using an informal ethnographic method).
Here is the rest of the line-up:
Symposium: Christine Vitrano’s The Nature and Value of Happiness
Human Happiness and Virtue: Are They Related and, If So, How? —John Kleinig
Happiness, Pleasure, and Satisfaction —Christopher Rice
Response to My Critics —Christine Vitrano
Consent-Based Permission to Kill People and Break Their Things —Stephen Kershnar
Catastrophic Events versus Infectious Disease Outbreak: Distinct Challenges for Emergency Planning —Thomas May et al.
Happiness or Life, or Both: Reply to Ole Martin Moen —David Kelley
Reply to Danny Frederick’s “Review Essay: Mark D. Friedman’s Nozick’s Libertarian Project: An Elaboration and Defense” —Mark D. Friedman
Reply to Mark Friedman —Danny Frederick
Fetuses Are Like Rapists: A Judith-Jarvis-Thomson-Inspired Argument on Abortion —Stephen Kershnar
The Scope of Attorney Confidentiality —Clifton Perry
Portraits of Egoism in Classic Cinema II: Negative Portrayals —Gary James Jason
Don’t Be an Ass: Rational Choice and Its Limits —Marc Champagne
Review Essay: Philip Booth’s . . . and the Pursuit of Happiness: Wellbeing and the Role of Government —Gary James Jason
Robert Audi’s Moral Perception —Danny Frederick
Paul Blackledge’s Marxism and Ethics —Dan Swain
Gerhard Böwering et al.’s The Princeton Encyclopedia of Islamic Political Thought —Adam Walker
The Symbolic Clash of Whiplash —Robert Begley
In Search of Student Radicalism: YAL, SFL, and the GOP —Brandon Christensen
Be sure to check out the easy-to-navigate archives, too. Browsing through these issues is well-worth your time. Here (pdf), for example, is an issue with an excellent symposium on Sari Nusseibeh’s What Is a Palestinian State Worth?