& Letters Daily
||A sort of thinking person's Reader's
Digest, carries (unabridged) reviews, articles and essays from journals around the world.
||Submit a question and receive an
answer from a Philosopher.
for European Philosophy
||Runs a varied programme of philosophy
and inter disciplinary events in the UK.
|The Journal of Modern Wisdom
||"The Journal collects together new essays by leading public thinkers and
younger voices from across the fields of philosophy, well-being studies,
psychology, sociology and economics, combining deep philosophical insights
with practical advice on how we can all live wisely and well. Each of the
essays is written in an accessible as opposed to an academic style, and the
Journal is beautifully illustrated throughout. It has no political
predisposition, but rather is intended to provoke and encourage discussion
about the aspects of life that ought to matter most to us all."
|Mary Ward Centre
||Adult education centre in Bloomsbury with a wide range of philosophy courses
school of philosophy
||Online courses run by the International
Society for Philosophers.
||Useful collection of reviews and notes on films that could be considered to have some philosophical content- we've leaned heavily on it for the PFA film club.
||An international journal with no
committment to any particular school of philosophy.
Philosophy discussion groups
||List of philosophy discussion groups around
Philosophy Education Resource Guide
||A guide with eight separate sections
comprising 40+ individual resources. Browse this guide for general
resources – including free online philosophy courses – study resources,
teaching resources and much more.
Philosophy in pubs
||List of philosophy discussion groups
meeting in pubs around the UK
||A news-stand magazine for everyone
interested in ideas. The website has a useful calendar and an
||Free monthly e-journal for general
philosophy launched in 2001.
|Pinner Philosophy Group
||Local group based around Harrow which meets weekly for philosophical discussion.
||A sort of history of philosophy in short
poems. A work in progress by a PFA member, at present the
Classical and Mediaeval philosophers are covered. Depending on
your browser, there are pictures too: they appear in Internet Explorer
and Chrome but not Firefox.