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Political Philosophy is a forum for exploring theoretical aspects of public life—moral, political, social, legal and economic. It is an insistently interdisciplinary site for mutual engagement among practitioners of all those disciplines and more. Political Philosophy is methodologically capacious, equally welcoming of work that is formal and abstract or grounded and discursive. It brings liberalism, socialism, feminism, critical theory, critical race theory, game theory and social choice theory into conversation with one another. It is open to historical, exegetical and comparative work that builds to a larger and more general philosophical point. Political Philosophy's core commitments are to analytical rigour and scholarly excellence.