PhilPeople is a free community for philosophers to share their work and keep up-to-date with their peers' publications, news, career moves, and more.

Once you join PhilPeople, you will be able to create your own personal profile. From there, you can follow different philosophers you are interested in. Their updates, thoughts, publications, and more will appear in your "News Feed". The community's platform allows you to easily maintain your profile by publishing your newest works and career updates.

PhilPeople also includes PhilPapers, PhilArchives, PhilEvents, and PhilJobs. As a member, you will be able to access all of these platforms, that enrich your experience in PhilPeople.

PhilPapers is a great platform to publish your work to get more eyeballs to it. Additionally, you can browse through your peers' publications, and discover new authors on topics of your interest. Furthermore, you can also submit your publications to PhilArchives. This archive has over 65,400 works from diverse philosophers from all over the world, which makes it a great research tool as well.

On the other hand, PhilEvents gathers different events according to location, type, and topic. It's easy to find events to attend on your preferred topics in hundreds of cities around the world. You can also submit your own events and share them. An interesting function of PhilPeople is the "Radar". The radar allows you to post your location (especially useful when traveling) and receive invitations to speak.

Lastly, PhilJobs is a job board with thousands of open positions in different countries. You can post a job and also find your next career opportunity.

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  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2017
  • Founders:

    David Chalmers and David Bourget

  • Amount of members: 300,100
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: Yes
  • Language: English
  • ONG: Yes
  • Method: Virtual


Build your professional network: 
PhilPeople allows you to build a following and follow others. You will be able to keep up to date with your peers' publications, news, updates, and career moves.

Publish and share your work:
PhilPapers makes it easy for you to publish your work. You can also browse works from other philosophers. Another place to publish your work is PhilArchives. With over 65,400 publications, this archive is a great research tool as well.

Participate in several events across the world:
PhilEvents gathers events like CFPs, seminars, conferences, and talks. You can browse by events location, topic, and type. On the other hand, you can submit your own events and update the "Radar" to receive invitations to speak.


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Learning Events

PhilEvents is a platform where you can browse local or online philosophy events. You can even submit your own events. Events can be browsed by topic, location, and type. If you are a student, you can also browse by students-only events. Types of events include CFPs (Call For Papers), other deadlines-type of events, conferences, and seminars.

Networking Events

PhilPeople's news feed allows you to keep up to date with your peers' publications, career events, talks, blog posts, and more. The community makes it simple for you to maintain a rich profile and share your publications and thoughts easily. PhilPeople also allows you to build a following and follow others, creating a professional network that can present you with multiple career opportunities.

To follow others' publications and to publish your own, you can use PhilPapers. On the other hand, PhilJobs allows you to find your next career opportunity in different cities across the world. Lastly, the community's "Radar" function allows you to add your trips and receive event invitations according to your location.

Content Library

You can find over 65,400 works in the PhilArchive. This archive contains lots of publications of diverse authors from all over the world, in 5,700+ topics. The community's archive can help you to do research when writing your next publications, and also to publish them and get your work out there.

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