Founded in 1922, the Australasian Association of Philosophy is the peak charity for the promotion of philosophical research, education and scholarship in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. Membership consists of academic philosophers, students and community members with an interest in philosophy. We promote philosophy in universities, schools, and among the general public.

Australasian Journal of Philosophy

Since 1923. One of the top ten professional philosophical journals in the world. More


Australasian 

Philosophical 

Review 

Since 2017, in Open Peer Commentary format. More


Philosophical

Exchange

Our New Online Journal. Launching 2024,  More

Sagacity - a new postgraduate run public philosophy magazine supported by the AAP

Check it out at sagacitymagazine.com.au 

1923 TO 2023 EXHIBITION Celebrating 100 YEARS of the AUSTRALASIAN ASSOCIATION of PHILOSOPHY 2 to 6 July 2023 ACU 115 Victoria Parade Melbourne Australia

        

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In addition to our annual July conference, including for those unable to attend the in person July conference, the online conference is an opportunity to present current work to a critical and collegial audience. More info

2024 AAP CONFERENCE

University of Western Australia

7 - 11 July 2024



The AAP is alarmed and dismayed to learn that Australian Catholic University is planning to disestablish the Dianoia Institute of Philosophy with 10 of its philosophers to be made redundant.

 AAP Letter to ACU Chancellor and Senate

Australasian Philosophy:

Bridging the Past, Present with the Future 

Centenary Closing Symposium 2023

Thursday 30 November - Friday 1 December 2023

University of Sydney


2023 CONFERENCE

2 - 6 July 2023

Australian Catholic University

Melbourne Australia

Membership of the Association is open to all. more

       

The Australasian Association of Philosophy recognises Australia’s First Nations Peoples as the traditional owners and custodians of this land, and their continuous connection to country, community and culture.

The Australasian Association of Philosophy recognises the unique role of Māori as Tangata Whenua and embraces Te Tiriti o Waitangi recognising Māori as tino rangitiratanga of Aotearoa/New Zealand while embracing the three guiding principles of the Treaty – Partnership Participation and Protection.

                    

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