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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.

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 2022 Philosophy Essay Prize, on the topic of ‘Emotions’, are ‘Fitting Diminishment of Anger: A Permissivist account’ by Renee Rushing and ‘Empathy and Psychopaths’ Inability to Grieve’ by Michael Cholbi.

The topic of the 2023 Philosophy essay prize is Methodology.

Submissions have now closed for the 2023 Philosophy essay prize.

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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 inaugural essay competition for Think.

The winner will be published in an issue of Think, the shortlisted candidates will win a year’s free subscription to Think, and other prizes will be awarded to all those who make the longlist.

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