Res Publica: a journal of moral, legal and social philosophy







Res Publica
(founded in 1995) is an interdisciplinary publication concerned with the philosophical analysis of moral, political, social, and legal issues. It provides a forum for discussion of theoretical issues, a public arena for voicing matters of practical concern; and a vehicle for addressing questions of morality, politics, law and society, the interconnections between them and, more generally, the relations of theory to practice. 

The journal seeks to publish articles and review essays which are both philosophically rigorous and accessible to a wide range of academics and professionals. Replies to articles are welcome. It is the policy of Res Publica to encourage publication by researchers at the beginning of their careers, as well as by established scholars; and by those in non-Western countries. 

Editors: 
                Philip Cook

                Sune Laegaard



Reviews editor: Ben Saunders


For information about submissions, etc. please visit the publisher's website



Editorial Board

Elisa Aaltola, University of Turku, Finland
David Archard, Queen's University Belfast, UK
Daniel Bell, Tsinghua University, China
Richard Bellamy, University College London, UK
Christopher Bennett, University of Sheffield, UK
Sandra Berns, Griffith University, Australia
Bob Brecher, University of Brighton, UK
Tom Campbell, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
Gideon Calder, University of Wales, Newport, UK
Ruth Chadwick, Cardiff University, UK
Phillip ColeUniversity of Wales, UK
Avner De-Shalit, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Mark Devenney, University of Brighton, UK
Katrin Flikschuh, London School of Economics, UK
Tim Hayward, University of Edinburgh, UK
Kenneth Einar HimmaUniversity of Washington, USA
Peter Jones, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
David Lefkowitz, University of Richmond, USA
Catriona McKinnon, University of Reading, UK
Susan Mendus, University of York, UK
Glen Newey, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Jesper Ryberg, Roskilde University, Denmark
Doris Schroeder, University of Central Lancashire, UK
Jonathan Seglow, University of London, UK
Steven R. Smith, University of Wales, Newport, UK
Alison Stone, Lancaster University, UK
Christine Sypnowich, Queen’s University, Canada
Stephen Wilkinson, Keele University, UK
T. M. Wilkinson,University of Auckland, New Zealand
Garrath Williams, Lancaster University, UK
Marcel Wissenburg, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Majid YarUniversity of Hull, UK 


Subpages (1): Postgraduate Essay Prize