The London School of Philosophy was founded by a group of lecturers from Birkbeck College in 2010.
EW ! London School of Philosophy – short courses
Philosophy for All (PFA) is an association that is open to everyone who is interested in philosophy. It’s objectives are:
- to encourage non-technical debates between professional and non-professional philosophers
- to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information
- to provide guidance on philosophical courses and literature
- to inspire interest in philosophy
The Internet Sacred Text Archive has the largest freely available archive of online books on the topics of religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric.
Philosophy Now Magazineis a bi-monthly magazine for everybody who is interested in ideas. It has been published for 25 years and in 2016 won the Bertrand Russell Society Award. The site allows you to read four article a month for free!
The Forum for European Philosophyis an educational charity that was founded in 1996. It has gained widespread recognition as the sponsor of thoughtful events open to the general public. Promoting thought provoking discussion on issues connected with contemporary culture and intellectual life, the events showcase the work of contemporary academic philosophers in debate with each other and with academics from other disciplines.
Formed in 2002, the International Society for Philsophers exists to bring together amateur and professional philosophers. The ISFP publishes electronic journals Philosophy Pathways and Philosophy for Business.
International Society for Philosophers
MARY MIDGELY – Moral Philosopher
MARTHA NUSSBAUM – Ethical Relationships
The Philosophy Foundation trains and accredits philosophy graduates to faciliate philosophical enquiries with groups of children, teenagers and adults. The charity is particularly concerned with improving reflection and understanding in (and about) education.
Philosophy for Children
“Since philosophy is the art that teaches us how to live , and since children need to learn it as much as we do ,
why not instruct them in it ?”
Michel de Montaigne
Children Thinking teaches philosophy to children using the Socratic Dialogue method. It requires children to reason and explain their thinking and to listen to and build on the ideas of others.
Philosophy for children (P4C) website www.sapere.org.uk
Heythrop College, SW1 Philosophy and theology in the heart of London. The specialist College of the University of London offering full and part-time degrees in Theology and Philosophy.They also hold Conferences on a wide variety of topics open to the general public.
Temenos Academy – Lectures and publications maintaining traditional Wisdom through the arts and philosophy. Visit Website