Review Journal of Political Philosophy
The Review Journal of Political Philosophy publishes high-quality work in moral and political philosophy, broadly-construed. The Journal prides itself on its eclecticism, not limiting itself to any particular tradition, school of thought, or historical period. We publish articles, reviews, and discussion pieces from leading and new scholars from analytic and continental perspectives, along with articles that bridge the gap between these traditions.
Praise for the Review Journal of Political Philosophy:
"The Review Journal of Political Philosophy is a useful resource for finding a diverse range of approaches to ethical and political questions. This diversity includes articles about a variety of thinkers and movements in both the Anglo-American and Continental traditions. These articles will be of interest to a wide range of readers.'
-Andrew Fiala, Associate Professor, California State University, Fresno
"The Review Journal of Political Philosophy promises to offer a combined forum where new ideas in both analytic and continental philosophy can be aired---a welcome support of philosophical pluralism."
-Naomi Zack, Professor, University of Oregon
"The Review Journal of Political Philosophy is a wonderfully eclectic journal, publishing articles on Rawls and Buchanan as well as articles on Merleau-Ponty, Bataille and the importance of touch. Not bogged down in questions of how one ought to do philosophy, which writers are philosophers or what issues represent proper philosophical subject-matter, Review Journal of Political Philosophy jumps into the fray, asking only that its authors speak clearly and write well. It is a fresh treat of a journal."
--Georgia Warnke, Professor, University of California, Riverside