Nathan Beaucage and Polina Whitehouse, Co-Editors-in-Chief
The Harvard Review of Philosophy is an annual journal of professional philosophy edited by undergraduate philosophy students at Harvard University. Established in 1991, it publishes significant articles and interviews with major figures in contemporary philosophy. The journal places no restraints on the sorts of philosophy it publishes, and welcomes original scholarship that is interesting and insightful. It is produced by a student collective at Harvard and published by the Philosophy Documentation Center.
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Contributors and interviewed scholars include Noam Chomsky, Hubert Dreyfus, Sarah Kofman, Sir Karl Popper, W. V. Quine, John Rawls, Richard Rorty, John Searle, Bernard Williams, and Slavoj Žižek.
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