Florida Philosophical Association

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Florida Philosophical Association
Abbreviation FPA
Formation 1955[1]
Type scholarly and academic society
Headquarters FPA headquarters:
Department of Philosophy,
University of Florida
330 Griffin-Floyd Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611-8545

Florida Philosophical Review headquarters:
University of Central Florida,
4000 Central Florida Blvd,
Orlando, FL 32816-1352
Region served
Scott Kimbrough
Vice President
Piers Rawling
Joshua Rust
Website http://www.phil.ufl.edu/fpa/index.html

The Florida Philosophical Association (FPA) is a philosophical organization founded in 1955 to promote philosophy in Florida. The organization sponsors an annual conference in November. Past presidents include Grayson Douglas Browning (1967), Ellen Stone Haring (1975) and Roy Weatherford (1998).[2][3]

The Florida Philosophical Review is the peer-reviewed electronic journal of the FPA. It is published by the Department of Philosophy of the University of Central Florida.


  1. ^ Florida Philosophical Association
  2. ^ Shook JR, ed. Dictionary Of Modern American Philosophers, pp. 360, 1023 (Bloomsbury; 2005)
  3. ^ Klein ER (2007) Space Exploration: Humanity’s Single Most Important Moral Imperative Philosophy Now

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