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“Because the APA is devoted to enriching and sustaining philosophy.”

Tuesday, December 5, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Erin Shepherd
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The APA stands by its mission to support the discipline of philosophy and the philosophical community. By promoting inclusivity and diversity in the profession; defending the rights of professional philosophers; fighting for threatened philosophy departments; providing grants, prizes, and awards; and putting on three divisional meetings each year, the APA works hard for you.

Make a tax-deductible donation to the APA today and join your colleague Ann Cudd of Boston University in supporting the association’s work.

I am a proud member of the APA because it is devoted to enriching and sustaining philosophy as a discipline and a profession. The APA is becoming an even better organization through progressive and thoughtful leadership around issues of inclusion and diversity, as well as encouraging philosophers to play a more active role in public media. APA conferences remain the best way to stay current on trends and new work in philosophy, especially beyond one’s own more narrow specialty, and provide an important way to introduce new members to the broader philosophical community.

- Ann Cudd, Boston University

Your donation will help to ensure that the APA can support both new and existing projects in 2018, as well as continue to promote philosophy and philosophical issues in the public arena.

Please take a moment to donate today.

With gratitude,

Amy E. Ferrer
Executive Director

P.S. Those who make a donation of $500 or more by the end of 2017 will receive, as a thank-you gift, a copy of Portraits of American Philosophy (Rowman & Littlefield, 2013). This book is a collection of Dewey Lectures—autobiographical reflections on philosophy in America—by leading philosophers including Judith Jarvis Thomson, Harry Frankfurt, Marilyn McCord Adams, and Claudia Card.

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