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The Harvard Review of Philosophy



Nicholas Brown & Tadhg Larabee

Managing Editor

Woojin Lim

Research Director

Justin Wong


Sarah Rodriguez

Board of Editors

  • Nicholas Brown, Harvard University
  • Tadhg Larabee, Harvard University
  • Justin Wong, Harvard University
  • Sarah Rodriguez, Harvard University
  • Woojin Lim, Harvard University
  • Richard Wang, Harvard University
  • Siavash Zamirpour, Harvard University
  • Bin Hui Kwon, Harvard University
  • Melissa Kwan, Harvard University
  • Sophia Armenakas, Harvard University
  • T.J. Dulac, Harvard University
  • Ali Quershi, Harvard University
  • Joonas Vatto, Harvard University
  • Camila Jiminez, Harvard University
  • Romy Aran, Harvard University
  • Nathan Beaucage, Harvard University
  • Michelle Lara, Harvard University
  • John Imbrie, Harvard University
  • Henry Cerbone, Harvard University
  • Robert Shekoyan, Harvard University

Faculty Advisors

Prof. Jeffrey K. McDonough, Dept. of Philosophy, Harvard University
Prof. Bernhard Nickel, Dept. of Philosophy, Harvard University

Board of Trustees

  • William H. Roberts, Chairman
  • Joshua D. Harlan, Founder
  • Peter Benoliel
  • J. Mark Gidley
  • Eric Henson
  • Stephen J. Mathes
  • John A. Simkiss, Jr.
  • S. Phineas Upham
  • George G. Weickhardt


The Review has one cycle of editorial review each year, occurring from early February to early March. To be eligible for review, articles must be received by the submission deadline. Authors are notified of the status of their submissions by the end of March. Article manuscripts are subject to anonymous review.

The Review typically publishes five or six articles and one or two interviews in a single annual volume. This fact does not, however, arise from any editorial limitation on the amount of material published in a given year.

The Review has no policy limiting the scope of philosophy it publishes. Much to the contrary, it has an avowed desire to publish as diverse a collection of philosophy as possible. While many of the articles the Review publishes are analytic in approach, it has recently published articles on such eclectic topics as Buddhism, Indian Philosophy, existential phenomenology, and the philosophical life.