Organizes a series of monthly lectures.
The primary professional organization for American philosophers.
Dedicated to dusting off and resuscitating philosophical inquiry, wresting philosophy from the confines of academia and giving it back to the people.
A comprehensive collection of online philosophy resources. Well-organized, easy to navigate, regularly updated.
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.
Promotes research and publication among students of the struggle between individualism and collectivism.
Center at Loyola Marymount University, dedicated to the study of the work of Bernard Lonergan.
Resource center, newsletter, and forum for the discussion of traditional philosophical questions, as seen through the eyes of a philosophical realism fundamentally grounded on the judgments of "common sense, critically examined."
Calls for papers, conference programs, history of the Society, and a list of South Carolina philosophy programs.
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.