EDITORIAL There are a number of developments over the last 12 months to report on in this first issue of 2014. Most importantly, I am pleased to announce that Pauline Phemister, as Chair of the British Society for the History of Philosophy (BSHP), and I, as Editor of the BJHP, signed a new contract with our publisher, Taylor and Francis, last May, which secures the future of the Journal until at least 2020 and also provides much needed income for the Society. This income enables the BSHP to fund the conferences and other activities that support the work on the history of philosophy that we hope eventually finds its way into journals such as the BJHP.I would like to take this opportunity to thank the staff and the production team at Taylor and Francis for all their work on the journal since they took over as its publisher from Thoemmes Press in 1998. I am especially grateful to Katherine Burton, Lauren Diclaudio, and Anna Thompson. There have been several changes in the last few months: in particular, Ruth Glasspool has taken over from Lauren as Managing Editor, and Ben Wilcox has taken over from Anna as Production Editor. We look forward to working with both Ruth and Ben.