• American Association of Philosophy Teachers (AAPT) 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, a Seminar and workshops on Teaching and Learning in Philosophy, the Lenssen Prize for Scholarship on the teaching of Philosophy, and other programs. AAPT membership also includes access to Teaching Philosophy and other publications.
  • Australasian Association of Philosophy (AAP) The AAP is a professional organization of academic philosophers in Australasia. The purposes of the Association are to promote philosophy through education, research, and scholarships; promote the exchange of philosophical ideas; and support members, and professional philosophers generally, in connection with their philosophical activities.
  • British Philosophical Society (BPA) The BPA seeks to promote the study of Philosophy, particularly within higher and secondary education but also in the wider community; to assist professional philosophers in carrying out their teaching, scholarship and research in Philosophy; to foster interest in and appreciation of Philosophy in the wider community; and to express the views of the community of professional philosophers in Britain to relevant bodies, both within higher education and beyond.
  • British Society for the History of Philosophy The British Society for the History of Philosophy (BSHP), launched in 1984, is a registered charity, which exists to promote and foster all aspects of the study and teaching of the history of philosophy.
  • Canadian Philosophical Association (CPA) The Canadian Philosophical Association was founded in 1958 to promote philosophical scholarship and education across Canada, and to represent the interests of the profession in public forums. To these ends, it organizes scholarly meetings at annual gatherings, publishes a quarterly journal Dialogue, maintains contact with sister organizations in Canada and other countries, and intervenes in policy issues pertaining to the profession. The Canadian Philosophical Association is made up principally of teachers and students of philosophy.
  • Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy (CSWIP) The Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy (CSWIP) was founded in 1976 with the objective of promoting the goals of women in philosophy. Its more specific aims are: to foster philosophical scholarship and teaching in the area of feminist studies as a legitimate area of interest within philosophic inquiry; to provide support and encouragement for the professional work of women philosophers; to work toward eliminating discrimination against women in philosophy.
  • PhilJobs: Jobs for Philosophers PhilJobs: Jobs for Philosophers is operated by PhilPapers Foundation and the American Philosophical Association and lists philosophy positions throughout the world.
  • The American Philosophical Association (APA) The American Philosophical Association was founded in 1900 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. Members receive discounts on books and journals, are eligible to receive APA prizes and fellowships, and get a bi-annual newsletter.

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