Membership


Membership is open to professional philosophers, as well as to all interested persons. Membership of the Australasian Association of Philosophy is available only to individuals, whose subscription monies go entirely to the Association and are applied to its purposes.

Members are either Ordinary or Associate Members. Ordinary members are those members, including research students, who are or have been active in Australasian philosophy at tertiary (postgraduate research) level. Ordinary members have voting rights at AGMs. In all other ways, Members - Associate and Ordinary - have the same rights and benefits. 

Undergraduate members are Associate Members. Undergraduates at Universities in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore may apply to be Undergraduate members. 

Membership is for one year from join date.

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Annual rates:

 Membership Level
 Price AUD


 Ordinary Member - full rate
 $110.00
 Ordinary Member - concession
 $ 55.00
 Associate Member - full rate
 $110.00
 Associate Member - concession
 $ 55.00
 Undergraduate Member  $ 20.00
Affiliate Member
(Limited to Organisations)
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Benefits of joining the AAP include:

  • Discount on registration at the Annual Conference;
  • Voting rights at the AGM for Australasian (Ordinary) Members;
  • Online access to the Australasian Journal of Philosophy, including access to the digitised archive from Volume 1 (1923), and to the Australasian Philosophical Review, as well as hard copies of the AJP for the year of your subscription; 
  • Online access to Asian Philosophy, Inquiry and Philosophical Investigations
  • 30% discount off all Routledge e-books and 30% discount off the Australian Recommended Retail Price of related Routledge books 
  • 50% discount on personal subscriptions to related journals published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis.

Enquiries concerning the Association can be directed to the Executive Officer
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