HOPOS
The Journal of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science

HOPOS publishes international, peer-reviewed scholarship examining the development of the philosophical analysis of science in history, and how that development informs and influences the philosophy of science. The journal provides an outlet for work that helps to explain the historical links between philosophy and science, the social, economic, and political context in which both are situated, and the problems and debates that have shaped philosophy and science. It is published by University of Chicago Press.

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Editorial Board

Editor
Lydia Patton, Virginia Tech

Associate Editor
Elisabeth Nemeth, University of Vienna

Associate Editor
Peter McLaughlin, Heidelberg University

Graduate Editorial Assistant
Audra Jenson, Virginia Tech

Editorial Assistant
Paulo Maurício, IUHPST

Undergraduate Editorial Assistant
Ainy Akhtar, Virginia Tech

Cheshm manuscript ca 1200CE, Cairo National Library. Public domain.

What We Publish

HOPOS research engages past philosophers of science on their own terms and in their own context. Among the core contributions of HOPOS are landmark analyses of logical empiricism, the new sciences of the early-modern period, relativity and quantum theory, philosophy of mathematics, Kantian and neo-Kantian philosophy of science, and early analytic philosophy. The journal HOPOS also provides a strong existing platform in the history of the social and life sciences, including economics, the life sciences, history, and psychology. The journal provides a synoptic view of the history of the philosophy of science, and does not restrict submissions to any specific time period, scientific enterprise, philosophical approach, or geographical location.

The HOPOS journal is index by EBSCOhost (Humanities SourceMasterFILE Complete, and TOC Premier), Clarivate Analytics (Emerging Sources Citation Index), the Norwegian Centre for Research Data (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences) and Elsevier’s SCOPUS.