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American Philosophical Association Views: 9823
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The American Philosophical Association is the main professional organization for philosophers in the United States. Founded in 1900, its mission is to promote the exchange of ideas among philosophers, to encourage creative and scholarly activity in philosophy, to facilitate the professional work and teaching of philosophers, and to represent philosophy as a discipline.

Association for Liberty, Philosophy, and Society Views: 9821
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"Established in 2002, the Association for Liberty, Philosophy, and Society is an independent philosophical society, formed to promote philosophical discussion and research on the importance of personal liberty in shaping a free and just society. This is meant to include such topics as individual liberty, legitimate political authority, limited government, self-ownership, the just acquisition of external resources, the rule of law, the social impact of free markets, economic justice, human rights, just war theory, the machinery of freedom, etc. The association meets annually in conjunction with the Eastern Division of The American Philosophical Association. Although we are primarily a society of philosophers, non-philosophers are also encouraged to become members."

Association for Politics and the Life Sciences Views: 9822
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The Association for Politics and the Life Sciences (APLS) is an international and interdisciplinary association of scholars, scientists, and policymakers concerned with problems or issues that involve politics or public policy and one or more of the life sciences. The association, founded in 1980, publishes a journal, Politics and the Life Sciences; a newsletter, APLS News; and a membership directory, The APLS Directory. The association's annual conference is held in late August or early September, concurrently with—but independently of—the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association.

Australasian Journal of Philosophy Views: 9821
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The AJP is Australasia's oldest and leading philosophy journal. It was founded in 1923 and is now in its 82nd year of continuous publication. It is published four times a year, in issues of about 156 pages ... since 1998, by Oxford University Press. From 2005 it will be published by Taylor and Francis under its Routledge imprint. (Contents of the Journal are now also available electronically.) It has a circulation — institutional, individual, and complimentary copies — of about 1000. Its Editors are based at Victoria University of Wellington and receive approximately 250 submissions per year, of which they select about 25-30 for publication, based on the advice of 10 Associate Editors, an editorial board of about 25, and more than 300 referees each year, drawn from a world-wide cohort.

Behavioral and Brain Sciences Views: 9823
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BBS publishes important and controversial interdisciplinary articles in psychology, neuroscience, behavioral biology, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, linguistics and philosophy. Articles are rigorously refereed and, if accepted, are circulated to a large number of potential commentators around the world in the various specialties on which the article impinges. Their 1000-word commentaries are then co-published with the target article as well as the author's response to each. The commentaries consist of analyses, elaborations, complementary and supplementary data and theory, criticisms and cross-specialty syntheses.

Brainworker's Online-Journal des Wissens [German] Views: 9821
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Wahrheitssuche in Philosophie, Wissenschaft, Kunst & Kultur. Brainworker sind Intellektuelle, Denker, die gerne Bücher lesen und ev. sogar sammeln, das Gehirn kreativ nutzen um denkend Chaos zu entziffern und zu ordnen, die skeptisch und kritisch analysieren, rational argumentieren und visionär synthetisieren - kurzum, Leute die ihre Verwunderung über verschiedenste Dinge die sie interessieren freien Lauf lassen (- wobei die praktische Umsetzung manchmal etwas zu kurz kommen kann).

Cambridge Forum for Legal and Political Philosophy Views: 9821
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The CFLPP was founded in 1999 as an interdisciplinary discussion/reading group focused on issues of legal and political philosophy. The activities of the CFLPP have expanded, and in 2001 it became a formally recognized research organization affiliated with the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law. It is composed of faculty members and research students from the Faculties of Law, Philosophy, History, and Social & Political Sciences. Its principal purpose is to promote research, discussion, and exchanges on various topics within legal and political philosophy.

Cato Institute Views: 9823
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A leading libertarian think-tank, the Cato institute does economic and public policy research on a wide range of issues.

Electronic Journal of Analytic Philosophy Views: 9821
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EJAP is available for free to an international audience on the world wide web. The editors understand analytic philosophy as characterized by a free use of formal methods, a close relationship with the natural and social sciences, and an incremental approach to problem solving.

EpistemeLinks.com Views: 9824
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EpistemeLinks.com includes over 17,500 categorized links to philosophy resources on the Internet and has several additional features. Begin browsing the site by using the Philosophers or Topics links below, or by using the link category or special feature links below. You can also learn more about this site – its history, creator, and how to support the work – by using the links at the right. EpistemeLinks.com is updated often, so regular visitors will want to find out what is new.

Essays in Philosophy Views: 9821
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A Biannual Journal.

Filosofie magazine [dutch] Views: 9822
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The Dutch magazine about philosophy.

Forum for European Philosophy Views: 9827
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The Forum is an educational charity which organises and runs a full and varied programme of philosophy and inter disciplinary events in the UK. Over the past eight years, the Forum for European Philosophy has gained widespread recognition for its work in this area, developing a distinctive programme of thought-provoking events open to the general public. Our events range from conferences, discussion and reading groups to seminars and book forums, all of which are open to the public and most of which are free.

Information Philosophie im Internet Views: 9823
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Philosophy magazine in German.

Inquiry- An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy Views: 9823
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Founded by Arne Næss in 1958, Inquiry has come to occupy a distinctive and highly valued place amongst the philosophical journals. Inquiry is a refereed journal, publishing in all areas of philosophy. It has made its most distinctive mark in fostering exchange across the various internal boundaries and barriers that characterized philosophy over the past century. It has been a significant force in breaking down the distinction between so-called "analytic" and "continental" philosophy; it seeks to connect the history of philosophy with its current practice; it has been a venue for cross-fertilization between philosophy and the social sciences; and it seeks connections between fundamental philosophical issues and contemporary cultural developments. Inquiry publishes research articles, discussion pieces, review essays, symposia, and special issues. The range of special issues (see below) gives a sense of the editorial scope of the journal. Under the leadership of a distinguished international editorial board, the journal has created a forum presenting a wide range of material of the highest standard from philosophers across the world, reflecting the best thinking from a variety of philosophical perspectives, in a way that is accessible to all.

Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children Views: 9822
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Recognized by the American Philosophical Association for excellence and innovation, the Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children provides curriculum materials for engaging young people (pre-school through high school) in philosophical inquiry and provides teacher preparation in the pedagogy of the classroom community of inquiry. The IAPC also conducts philosophical and empirical research in teaching pre-college philosophy and the uses of philosophy for educational objectives including critical and creative thinking, social democracy and ethical judgment. Since 1974 the IAPC and its affiliate centers around the world have been largely responsible for the mutual encounter of children and philosophy.

International Council of Philosophical Inquiry with Children Views: 9823
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The International Council of Philosophical Inquiry with Children (ICPIC) was created in 1985 by philosophers and teachers interested in engaging children in philosophical inquiry. The objective of ICPIC is to strengthen communications among those in different parts of the world who are engaged in philosophical inquiry with children, in teacher education, in research and for school administrators looking to initiate and develop programs that would encourage children's philosophical thinking.

International School for Philosophy Views: 9822
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The ISVW organizes philosophical trainings and workshops since 1916. It was founded during World War I by a group of European intellectuals (Erich Gutkind, Frederik van Eeden) with the explicit task to contribute to a democratic and peaceful Europe by means of reason and philosophy. The ISVW has its own conference hotel with a professional staff. René Gude is managing director since 2002.

International Society for Philosophers Views: 9824
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The formation of the International Society for Philosophers, a sister organization of the Philosophical Society of England, reflects the increasing interest in the Pathways to Philosophy programs from outside the United Kingdom. In March 2002, the International Society assumed responsibility for running the Pathways programs and awards. Our aim is to bring together students and teachers of philosophy, and amateur philosophers from all over the world. Membership of the International Society is free.

International Studies in the Philosophy of Science Views: 9823
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International Studies in the Philosophy of Science is a scholarly journal dedicated to publishing original research in philosophy of science and in philosophically informed history and sociology of science. Its scope includes the foundations and methodology of the natural, social, and human sciences, philosophical implications of particular scientific theories, and broader philosophical reflection on science. The editors invite contributions not only from philosophers, historians, and sociologists of science, but also from researchers in the sciences. The journal publishes articles from a wide variety of countries and philosophical traditions. The editors encourage participation in the annual Philosophy of Science conference at the Inter-University Centre, Dubrovnik, a forum for high-quality research and international debate in philosophy of science.

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Views: 9821
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The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy is a non-profit organization run by the editors. The Encyclopedia receives no funding, and operates through the volunteer work of the editors, authors, and technical advisors.

Islamic Philosophy Online Views: 9823
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This site contains hundreds of full-length books and articles on Islamic philosophy, ranging from the classical texts in the canon of Islamic philosophy to modern works of Muslim philosophy.

Journal of Moral Philosophy Views: 9821
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The Journal of Moral Philosophy is a peer reviewed journal of moral, political and legal philosophy with an international focus. It publishes articles in all areas of normative philosophy, including pure and applied ethics, as well as moral, legal, and political theory. Articles exploring non-Western traditions are also welcome.The Journal seeks to promote lively discussions and debates for established academics and the wider community, by publishing articles that avoid unnecessary jargon without sacrificing academic rigour. It encourages contributions from newer members of the philosophical community. The Journal of Moral Philosophy is published three times a year, in April, July and November. One issue per year is devoted to a particular theme and each issue will contain articles, discussion pieces, review essays and book reviews.

Journal of Philosophical Research Views: 9820
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The Journal of Philosophical Research (JPR) is a unique peer-reviewed journal committed to the advance of scholarship in all areas of philosophical inquiry. The journal has a generous length limit that provides an outlet for unusual work such as translations, commentaries and bibliographies, and it publishes articles from any philosophical orientation, in English or French, that make a significant contribution to the topic under discussion. Formerly known as the Philosophy Research Archives, the Journal of Philosophical Research is published annually by the Philosophy Documentation Center, and is sponsored by the Canadian Philosophical Association and the University of Notre Dame.

Modern Logic Views: 9821
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The international journal MODERN LOGIC: International Journal for the History of Mathematical Logic, Set Theory, and Foundations of Mathematics serves as a vehicle for rapid publication of high-quality historical studies and expository surveys of nineteenth- and twentieth-century mathematical logic, set theory, and foundations of mathematics. We strive to represent every major area of mathematical logic, including model theory, recursion theory, algebraic logic and Boolean algebras, general set theory and point set theory, proof theory and constructive mathematics. Topics are defined broadly, to include the connections of logic and set theory with such related areas as universal algebra, lattice theory and ordered sets, combinatorics, category theory, foundations of analysis, topology, philosophy, and computer science.

Philosopher Views: 9822
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Interactive electronic incarnation of the Journal of the Philosophical Society of England

Philosopher's Web Magazine Views: 9821
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Philosopher's Web Magazine

Philosophical Writings Views: 9822
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Philosophical Writings is an international journal published in the Philosophy Department at the University of Durham. We welcome submissions on any area so long as they are treated in an analytic style. Our remit is to provide a channel for the publication of original work by advanced postgraduates and new academics, though we also accept work by established academics. We have an international editorial board and past guest articles have been written by: Christopher Norris, John Gaskin, Anthony Flew, Alan Thomas and David Cooper. In publishing a wide variety of stimulating and original essays, the journal hopes to play a vital role in the growth and development o f philosophical awareness in the next generation of philosophers.

PhiloSophos Views: 9820
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open learning resources, advice and inspiration for students at university, on distance learning programs & college correspondence courses in philosophy.

Philosophy for Business Views: 9823
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Launched on 2 November 2003, Philosophy for Business is a new e-journal from the International Society for Philosophers, looking at philosophical and ethical aspects of business practice. We are aiming for a wide circulation to companies and corporations around the world.

Philosophy Now Views: 9823
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Philosophy Now is a news-stand magazine for everyone interested in ideas. It aims to corrupt innocent citizens by convincing them that philosophy can be exciting, worthwhile and comprehensible, and also to provide some light and enjoyable reading matter for those already ensnared by the muse, such as philosophy students and academics.

Philosophy of Management Views: 9822
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Philosophy of Management is the leading forum for philosophically informed thinking about management in theory and practice. Through its pages, conferences, seminars and discussion list it defines and develops the field of philosophy of management.

Prospect magazine Views: 9823
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Prospect magazine is a monthly package of essays, reviews, reportage, columns, portraits and fiction.

Radical Philosophy Views: 9824
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Radical Philosophy is a journal of socialist and feminist philosophy. It was founded in 1972 in response to the widely felt discontent with the sterility of academic philosophy at the time (in Britain completely dominated by the narrowest sort of "ordinary language" philosophy), with the purpose of providing a forum for the theoretical work which was emerging in the wake of the radical movements of the 1960s, in philosophy and other fields. Radical Philosophy is not committed to any particular philosophy, ideology or political programme. The purpose of the journal is to provide a forum for debate and discussion of theoretical issues on the left. It encourages the serious and informed discussion of such issues in clear and non-technical language, aimed to reach a wide audience.

Royal Institute of Philosophy Views: 9824
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The Institute, founded in 1925, aims to promote the study and discussion of philosophy and original work through its journals PHILOSOPHY and THINK and by arranging and sponsoring programmes of lectures and conferences. The Council of the Institute welcomes applications for membership from all those interested in Philosophy.

Society for Utopian Studies Views: 9821
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Founded in 1975, The Society for Utopian Studies is an international, interdisciplinary association devoted to the study of utopianism in all its forms, with a particular emphasis on literary and experimental utopias. Scholars representing a wide variety of disciplines are active in the association, and approach utopian studies from such diverse backgrounds as American Studies, Architecture, the Arts, Classics, Cultural Studies, Economics, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Gender Studies, History, Languages and Literatures, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and Urban Planning. Although many Society members are involved in social activism or communitarianism, the purpose of the Society itself is to study utopianism rather than to pursue utopian projects. The Society publishes the journal Utopian Studies and a newsletter, Utopus Discovered, which contains information about upcoming conferences and workshops, and details on publications in the field.

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Views: 9822
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The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy was designed from its inception (September 1995) as a dynamic reference work. In a dynamic reference work, each entry is maintained and kept up to date by an expert or group of experts in the field. All entries and updates are refereed by the members of a distinguished Editorial Board before they are made public. (See the table at the top of the Editorial Information page, for a list of other people involved in the project.) Consequently, our dynamic reference work is responsive to new research. You can, however, cite fixed editions which are made on a quarterly basis and stored in our Archives. Thank you for your patience as our Encyclopedia develops. The Abridged Table of Contents lists entries that are assigned and/or published. The Unabridged Table of Contents also lists entries which are currently unassigned but nevertheless projected.

Techné Views: 9822
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Research in Philosophy and Technology

The Philosophers' Magazine Views: 9820
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Julian Baggini founded The Philosophers’ Magazine with Jeremy Stangroom in 1997 and has edited it ever since. Published four times a year, TPM as it is increasingly known, is a real magazine of real philosophy. It contains essays, features, debates, interviews, columns, news and reviews. Each issue feautures a single-issue forum which contains a variety of articles around a specific theme, such as bioethics, existentilialism, sex, after 11 September and women thinkers.

Think Views: 9823
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A Periodical of the Royal Institute of Philosophy

Integral Institute Views: 9822
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Integral Institute is dedicated to the proposition that partial and piecemeal approaches to complex problems are ineffective. Whether addressing individual and personal issues of meaning and transformation, or increasingly complex social problems such as war, hunger, disease, over-population, housing, ecology, and education, partial and fragmented approaches need to be replaced by solutions that are more comprehensive, systematic, encompassing - and integral.

Integral Naked Views: 9824
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Integral Naked is a multimedia doorway to the world of integral awareness. Conversations, performances, live events - all involving the most influential, provocative, and important thinkers and leaders in the world. Often these are moderated by Ken Wilber, considered the most influential integral theorist today, and his colleagues at Integral Institute.

Naked Punch Views: 9822
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Since its inception in 2004, Naked Punch has sought to incorporate high quality articles on a wide range of issues covering disciplines that are rarely related to, or contrasted with one another (literature, theatre, art and music, political and social critique). We have published philosophical approaches to the poetry of William Blake, a series of drawings inspired by India and the conflict between empiricism and idealism, and many more features challenging, and sometimes bridging, the divides between fields of knowledge and expression that have been hardened into categories, those impenetrable and insurmountable fortresses of ideas!

Social Epistemology Views: 9821
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Social Epistemology provides a forum for philosophical and social scientific enquiry that incorporates the work of scholars from a variety of disciplines who share a concern with the production, assessment and validation of knowledge. The journal covers both empirical research into the origination and transmission of knowledge and normative considerations which arise as such research is implemented, serving as a guide for directing contemporary knowledge enterprises. Social Epistemology publishes ‘exchanges’ which are the collective product of several contributors and take the form of critical syntheses, open peer commentaries interviews, applications, provocations, reviews and responses. Social Epistemology will be operating in collaboration with The Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) and the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST).



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