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Philosophy: ASSOCIATIONS

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Associations

  • The American Philosophical Association (APA)
    From the site: The American Philosophical Association promotes the discipline and profession of philosophy, both within the academy and in the public arena. The APA supports the professional development of philosophers at all levels and works to foster greater understanding and appreciation of the value of philosophical inquiry.

  • American Association of Philosophy Teachers (AAPT)
    From the site: The AAPT is dedicated to the advancement of the art of teaching philosophy. To this end the organization sponsors a Biennial Workshop / Conference on teaching philosophy and a Teaching Fellows program. AAPT membership includes access to Teaching Philosophy and other publications.

  • American Catholic Philosophical Association (ACPA)
    From the site: ince 1926, scholars and thinkers, mostly based in Canada and the United States, have forged a unique tradition and community known as the "American Catholic Philosophical Association." Steeped in classical sources and cultivating the Catholic Philosophical heritage, this tradition is known for creative engagement with major philosophers of every era and bold responses to the themes and issues of contemporary philosophy.

  • The International Association for Philosophy and Literature (IAPL)
    From the site: The International Association for Philosophy and Literature is dedicated to the exchange of ideas and scholarly research within the humanities. Founded to provide a context for the interplay of Philosophy, Literary Theory, and Cultural / Aesthetic / Textual Studies, the IAPL brings together scholars from the full range of disciplines concerned with philosophical, historical, critical, and theoretical issues.

  • Radical Philosophy Association (RPA)
    From the site: Founded in 1982, RPA members struggle against capitalism, racism, sexism, homophobia, disability discrimination, environmental ruin, and all other forms of domination. We also oppose substituting new forms of authoritarianism for the ones we are now fighting. Our efforts are guided by the vision of a society founded on cooperation instead of competition, in which all areas of society are, as far as possible, governed by democratic decision-making.

  • Hegel Society of America
    From the site: The Hegel Society of America is a learned society, founded in 1968, whose goal is to promote the study of the philosophy of Hegel and Hegelianism, its place within the history of thought, and its relation to social, political, and cultural movements since his time.

  • Karl Jaspers Society of North America (KJSNA)
    From the site: The Society's purpose is to promote study and research in the thought of Karl Jaspers and related philosophical issues.

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