About the Series The series' focus lies primarily on the continuity and thematic transitions between ancient, medieval and renaissance thought, but also includes volumes on specific topics related to any of those periods. ‘Philosophy' is understood broadly to include metaphysics, ethics, natural philosophy, epistemology and philosophy of mind, and philosophical theology. Since the series is particularly devoted to making available Latin and Greek source texts, we welcome critical text editions as well as contributions that are based on philological scrutiny of those texts, without losing sight of their philosophical importance.
Ancient and Medieval Philosophy - Series 1 aims to publish at least two volumes a year and accepts monographs as well as thematically coherent edited volumes in English or French (without excluding the possibility of German or Italian contributions to edited volumes). Manuscripts should be 80.000 to 120.000 words in length.
Readership Researchers and graduate students in ancient, medieval and renaissance philosophy, in classics and in history.
Editorial Board Prof. Pieter d'Hoine, KU Leuven, Belgium Prof. Jan Opsomer, KU Leuven, Belgium Prof. Andrea Robiglio, KU Leuven, Belgium Prof. Carlos Steel, KU Leuven, Belgium Prof. Gerd Van Riel, KU Leuven, Belgium
Advisory Board Prof. Brad Inwood, Yale Universityo, USA Prof. Jill Kraye, The Warburg Institute, London, United Kingdom Prof. John Marenbon, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom Prof. Lodi Nauta, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Prof. Timothy Noone, The Catholic University of America, USA Prof. Robert Pasnau, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA Prof. Martin Pickavé, University of Toronto, Canada, Prof. Pasquale Porro, Università di Torino, Italy Prof. Geert Roskam, KU Leuven, Belgium
Proposals To submit a proposal please send a preliminary abstract (2 pp.) to one of the editorial board members. Upon approval of this abstract, the full manuscript will be submitted to international peer review.