Canadian Philosophical Association

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The Canadian Philosophical Association (CPA; French: L'Association canadienne de philosophie, ACP) was founded in 1958 as a bilingual non-profit organization to promote philosophical scholarship and education across Canada, and to represent the interests of the profession in public forums.It publishes a quarterly journal, Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review. All activities and publications are bilingual.[1] As of 2019, the association numbers over 600 active members.

Past presidents of the society include Luc Langlois, David Braybrooke, Kai Nielsen, William Sweet, Ronald de Sousa, Adèle Mercier, Thomas De Koninck, Samantha Brennan and Daniel Weinstock. The current president is Dominic McIver Lopes of The University of British Columbia.

The administrative offices are located in Toronto.

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