American Catholic Philosophical Association

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The American Catholic Philosophical Association (ACPA) is an organization of Catholic philosophers established in 1926 to promote the advancement of philosophy as an intellectual discipline consonant with Catholic tradition. Among the means used to achieve this objective, the organization strives to develop philosophical scholarship, to improve the teaching of philosophy, and to communicate with other individuals and groups with similar aims.[1] The organization sponsors an annual conference and several scholarly publications, including a peer-reviewed journal, American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, and the Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association. Individual and institutional members of the ACPA receive online access to all ACPA publications as a benefit of membership.

Memberships, conference registrations, and continuing publication of the journal and proceeding, in both print and electronic formats, are managed for the ACPA by the Philosophy Documentation Center.

Publications of the American Catholic Philosophical Association[edit]

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  1. ^ "ACPA - Constitution and By-laws". Retrieved 2010-02-25. 

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