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We publish a wide range of thought-provoking content, from online Think articles to academic journals and full-length books. Subscribe to our journals Think and Philosophy and open your mind to exciting ideas as they appear.

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Philosophy 

Our flagship academic journal, edited by Professor Maria Alvarez and Professor Bill Brewer, was established in 1926 and publishes rigorous, high impact articles, discussions and book reviews from world-leading academics across a wide range of topics.

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The Philosophy Essay Prize 

The joint winners of the 2023 Philosophy Essay Prize, on the topic of ‘Methodology’, are ‘Scorekeeping in a Therapeutic Language Game’ by Stefan Rinner and ‘The Emptiness of Naturalism’  by Thomas Raleigh.

The 2024 Philosophy Essay Prize competition will be opening in Autumn 2024.

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Think 

Exercise your mind with philosophy for everyone. Think, edited by Stephen Law, is our accessible but challenging journal filled with digestible content from leading philosophers.

Published three times a year- Spring, Summer and Autumn- it is written for a general audience and perfect for schools and those studying philosophy at A-Level.

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The Think Essay Prize 

The Royal Institute of Philosophy is pleased to announce the longlist and shortlist for the 2024 Think Essay Prize competition.

 

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Listen to our mind-expanding long-form philosophy talks and discussions that are both rigorous and accessible.

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Globally Inclusive Philosophy 

We are proud to be endorsing the Barcelona Principles for a Globally Inclusive Philosophy, which seek to highlight and address the structural inequality between native and non-native speakers in academic philosophy.

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