Matt Rohal

Matt Rohal

Associate Editor (Ancient World, Philosophy, & Political Theory)
Location
Princeton
Twitter
@MattRohal
Email
Matt_Rohal@press.princeton.edu

I publish titles in the fields of philosophy, political theory, and history of the ancient world with Rob Tempio. I am acquiring mainly in the broad areas of philosophy and political theory. In line with the virtues and traditions of these disciplines, I aim to publish important books by the brightest scholars, written for the broadest possible audience.

As a general enthusiast, I search for projects that can provide insights to both new and foundational political and philosophical questions that are of interdisciplinary and public importance. Whether trade or scholarly, works that are ambitious, well-written, accessible, unique, and inspiring, are those that I am most keen on publishing. I believe in the value of knowledge, truth, diversity, and rationality; my hope is to help bring forth books that make the world a wiser and, ultimately, better place.

Recent and forthcoming publications I am particularly excited about include Susan Schnieder’s Artificial You: AI and the Future of Your Mind and J. David Velleman’s On Being Me: A Personal Invitation to Philosophy.