The Philosopher is a peer-reviewed academic journal that was established in 1923 and is one of the oldest general philosophy journals in the world. It publishes short, original, and accessible articles. It is the official journal of The Philosophical Society of England.
Historically interesting and notable articles, all available to the general public via its website, include:
- "Science, Art and Play", From Volume XIII 1935, by Erwin Schödinger;
- Moritz Schlick on 'Unanswerable Questions", Volume XIII, 1935, and
- "Individual Psychology and Education", Volume XIII, 1936, by John Dewey.
- First series, 1923–1948: Ada Sheridan, W.H.S. Dumphreys, Thomas Greenwood
- Second series, marked by emphasis on Philosophy and Religion, 1949–1972: C.S. Flick, Victor Rienaecker, A.J. Sinclair-Burton
- Third series, marked by a return to "general philosophy", 1973–1988: George Colbran, Alan Holloway, Geoffrey Brown
- Fourth series, marked by a return to "academic philosophy", 1989–present: Keith Dowling, Michael Bavidge, Martin Cohen