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ObjectiveApeiron was founded in 1966 and has developed into one of the oldest and most distinguished journals dedicated to the study of ancient philosophy, ancient science, and, in particular, of problems that concern both fields. Apeiron is committed to publishing high-quality research papers in these areas of ancient Greco-Roman intellectual history; it also welcomes submission of articles dealing with the reception of ancient philosophical and scientific ideas in the later western tradition. The journal appears quarterly. Articles are peer-reviewed on a double-blind basis.
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EditorsChristian Wildberg (University of Pittsburgh)Mariska Leunissen (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Associate EditorLuis Alejandro Salas (Washington University in St. Louis)
Editorial OfficeAPEIRON: a journal for ancient philosophy and scienceDepartment of ClassicsWashington University1 Brookings Drive, Campus Box 1050Saint Louis, MO email@example.com
Editorial BoardRichard Bett (Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University)Alan C. Bowen (Institute for Research in Classical Philosophy and Science)Eric Brown (Philosophy, Washington University in St. Louis)Klaus Corcilius (Philosophy, University of Tübingen)Patricia Curd (Philosophy, Purdue University)Lesley Dean-Jones (Classics, University of Texas at Austin)Michael T. Ferejohn (Philosophy, Duke University)Jyl Gentzler (Philosophy, Amherst College)Daniel Graham (Philosophy, Brigham Young University)Brad Inwood (Classics, Yale University)David Konstan (Classics, New York University)Timothy O'Keefe (Philosophy, Georgia State University)Richard McKirahan (Classics and Philosophy, Pomona College)Mark McPherran (Philosophy, University of Maine at Farmington)Phillip Mitsis (Classics, New York University)Deborah Modrak (Philosophy, University of Rochester)Naomi Reshotko (Philosophy, University of Denver)Ricardo Salles (Philosophy, National University of Mexico)Mark Schiefsky (Classics, Harvard University)Janet Sisson (Philosophy, University of Calgary)Nicholas Smith (Philosophy, Lewis and Clark College)Martin Tweedale (Philosophy, University of Alberta)Katja Vogt (Philosophy, Columbia University)Michael J. White (Philosophy, Arizona State University)Stephen White (Classics, University of Texas at Austin)Paul Woodruff (Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin)Marco Zingano (Philosophy, University of São Paolo)Former EditorsMarkus Asper (Classics, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin)†Peter Bicknell (Classics, Monash University)†Robert W. Hall (Philosophy, University of Vermont)R.J. Hankinson (Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin)John King-Farlow (Philosophy, University of Alberta)Benjamin Morison (Philosophy, Princeton University)David Rankin (Classics, University of Southampton)Roger Shiner (Philosophy, Okanagan University College)