The editorial board, initially formed to publish the print version, remains at the heart of REP Online's new content programme. Since then we have been delighted to welcome many new outstanding Subject Editors to REP Online, who review the content and work with current and new contributors to deliver high quality new and revised articles.
Major new updates are currently in progress for Seventeenth and Eighteenth-century philosophy (Rebecca Copenhaver, Lewis and Clark College, USA), Philosophy of mind and psychology (Tom Polger, University of Cincinnati, USA), Twentieth-century philosophy (Paul Livingston, University of New Mexico, USA), Political philosophy (Kok-Chor Tan, University of Pennsylvania, USA), Epistemology (Duncan Pritchard, University of Edinburgh, UK), Ethics (Elinor Mason, University of Edinburgh, UK), Metaphysics (Jonathan Tallant, University of Nottingham, UK), Applied Ethics (Katrien Devolder, Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, UK), Aesthetics (Garry L. Hagberg, Bard College, USA), and Feminism and Gender (Natalie Stoljar, McGill University, Canada).
Knightbridge Professor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge and Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge, UK
Tim Crane was educated at the Universities of Durham, York and Cambridge. He was Professor of Philosophy at University College London, where he taught from 1990 to 2009. He founded the Institute of Philosophy at the University of London in 2005 and was its Director until 2008. He has been an academic visitor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the Australian National University, the University of Sydney, Macquarie University, the University of Copenhagen and the Collegium Budapest Institute for Advanced Study. In 2008 he was Seybert Lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania. His publications include Elements of Mind (Oxford University Press, 2001), The Mechanical Mind (Second edition: Routledge, 2003), History of the Mind-Body Problem (Routledge, 2000; co-edited with Sarah Patterson) and Metaphysics: A Guide and Anthology (Oxford University Press, 2004, co-edited with Katalin Farkas).
Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, UK
Professor Edward Craig has held visiting appointments at the Universities of Bayreuth, Hamburg, Heidelberg and Melbourne, and a visiting Professorship at the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies. He works on the history of philosophy in the modern period and on the theory of knowledge. His main publications are David Hume: eine Einführung in seine Philosophie (Klostermann, 1979), The Mind of God and the Works of Man (Oxford University Press, 1987) and Knowledge and the State of Nature (Oxford University Press, 1990). He was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 1993. Edward Craig was Knightbridge Professor at the University of Cambridge from 1998-2007. He was General Editor of the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Routledge, 1998) and then of the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online from its inception until 2011, when he became its Founding Editor.
Please see the following pages for a list of our current and past subject editors: