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Philosophical Organizations and Institutions
Caribbean Philosophical Association
Its primary goal is to support the free exchange of ideas and foster an intellectual community that is truly representative of the diversity of voices and perspectives that is paradigmatic of, but not limited to, the Caribbean.
The American Philosohical Association
The American Philosophical Association (APA) promotes the discipline and profession of philosophy, both within the academy and in the public arena. It supports the professional development of philosophers at all levels and works to foster greater understanding and appreciation of the value of philosophical inquiry.
Cambridge Philosophical Society
Founded in 1819, this is a scientific society at the University of Cambridge. The name derives from the medieval use of the word philosophy to denote any research undertaken outside the fields of theology and medicine.
John Dewey Society
Founded in 1935, the John Dewey Society exists to keep alive John Dewey's commitment to the use of critical and reflective intelligence in the search for solutions to crucial problems in education and culture.
The Royal Institute of Philosophy
This is a charity dedicated to the advancement of philosophy in all its branches through the organisation and promotion of teaching, discussion and research of all things philosophical.
Since its creation, UNESCO had used philosophy to implement the ideals that inspired its Constitution. These ideals come from the renewal of philosophical tradition.
The Alexandria Society explores the relationships between philosophy, cosmology, myth and culture; the spiritual, philosophical, and intellectual heritage of the Western world; and what the humanities have to contribute to the world today. Members of the Alexandria Society receive the journal, Alexandria.
Cavehill Philosophy Symposium
The aim of the Cave Hill Philosophy Symposium (CHiPS) is non-partisan. Their goal is to foster dialogue between various approaches to philosophy on a wide variety of topics in the hope that, even if resolution is not possible, it might at least be possible to encourage different traditions to converse with each other.
The site carries the latest news and developments in philosophy from all over the globe as well as original articles and blogs.
Philosophy in the Loop
Contains podcasts of intersting topics in different areas of philosophy.