Organizations and associations related to philosophy.
Professional organization of academic philosophers in Australia and New Zealand. Runs conferences, offers an annual prize for philosophy published in the popular media, and edits the Australasian Journal of Philosophy.
Regular public discussion forums on a wide range of philosophical topics including metaphysics, epistemology, moral and political philosophy.
Professional society for teachers and students of philosophy in Canada. The CPA Bulletin, the journal Dialogue, and online forums to facilitate communication among philosophers.
An independent nonpartisan nonprofit organization dedicated to research and education at the nexus of ethics and international affairs. Site provides articles, transcripts and conference reports on the ethical dimensions of different aspects in international affairs.
Founded by Mortimer Adler and Max Weismann. Dedicated to the proposition that "Philosophy is everybody's business."
The Dallas Philosopher's Forum is a lecture series, located in the Dallas (Texas) Metroplex, dedicated to bringing philosophy to an interested and educated audience.
A comprehensive collection of online philosophy resources. Well-organized, easy to navigate, regularly updated.
Philosophy discussion group at a secondary school in Princeton, New Jersey. Background, upcoming topics, and selected links.
Promotes research and publication among students of the struggle between individualism and collectivism.
Axiology - philosophical and interdisciplinary Value Inquiry with following priorities: 1) classical and contemporary theories on values, 2) values in sex-gender context, 3) hermeneutics of religion and culture, 4) actual transformations: identity, democracy, globalisation and justice, 5) praxis and values.
The IACR was established in 1997 with the basic objective of serving as a networking and facilitating resource for anyone broadly sympathetic to, or concerned with, realist philosophy and social theory.
Information on forthcoming lectures, and lists of previous society lectures. Links to other philosophy sites.
Exploring the ways philosophy can be used in everyday life to dispel illusion, make life more meaningful and help each of us on the planet become more thoughtful.
Center at Loyola Marymount University, dedicated to the study of the work of Bernard Lonergan.
New Acropolis Cultural Association is a non-profit organization whose mission is to revive Philosophy in the Classical Tradition.
Nonprofit organization dedicated to serving philosophers. Publisher of The Philosopher's Index, a current, comprehensive subject-and-author index to philosophy articles, books, anthologies, and contributions to anthologies.
Offers short essays on various social and philosophical subjects. Includes a reference library and 'Bon Mot' selection of quotes.
London-based group which aims to bridge the gap between academic philosophers and the general public. Hosts public lectures, debates, philosophical walks, film evenings and the monthly Kant's Cave talks.
Organizes graduate conferences at Scottish Universities and facilitates communication between philosophy postgraduate students in Scotland.
Multi-site portal to Philosophical Self-Inquiry Discussion Group and information on systems of maximum self-realization including Advaita Vedanta, the Albigen System, Ch'an, Taoism and Zen.
Meets annually, alternating between Canada and the U.S., to provide sustained discussion among researchers who believe that rigorous methods have a place in philosophical investigations.
Dedicated to dusting off and resuscitating philosophical inquiry, wresting philosophy from the confines of academia and giving it back to the people.
Promotes Biosophy, the science and art of intelligent living based on the awareness and practice of spiritual values, ethical-social principles and character qualities essential to individual freedom and social harmony.
English language web site of Société canadienne pour l'étude de l'éthique appliquée (SCEEA); provides society news and history, membership information, and meeting notices.
Holds annual meetings to promote philosophy and philosophical discussion among faculty or graduate students in philosophy or those with equivalent competence.
UNESCO pursues its work in the field of intercultural philosophy, including studies of cultural difference and cultural dialogue, and publications bringing together an arrays of views on philosophical and ethical themes.
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