The Journal of Political Philosophy is an international journal devoted to the study of theoretical issues arising out of moral, legal and political life. It welcomes, and hopes to foster, work cutting across a variety of disciplinary concerns, among them philosophy, sociology, history, economics and political science.
The journal encourages new approaches, including: feminism; environmentalism; critical theory, post-modernism and analytical Marxism; social and public choice theory; law and economics, critical legal studies and critical race studies; and game theoretic, socio-biological and anthropological approaches to politics. It also welcomes work in the history of political thought which builds to a larger philosophical point and work in the philosophy of the social sciences and applied ethics with boader political implications.
The Journal of Political Philosophy is edited by Robert Goodin in the School of Philosophy and is published by Wiley.
The latest edition edited by Robert Goodin and co-edited by Professor Christian Barry is out now. For more information on latest edition go to https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/14679760/2018/26/2