The online community for philosophers
PhilPeople is an online directory of philosophers, a social network for philosophers, and a tool for keeping up with everything in the philosophical profession.

Find Philosophers

Find a philosopher or department by research topic, publication record, region, and other criteria

News Feed

Follow your peers' publications, talks, blog posts, status updates, and professional moves in one news feed

Philosopher Radar

See who is coming near you using our philosopher radar and get on the radar yourself

Nodes

Create a profile and ...

  • Share your publications and thoughts with your followers on the News Feed.
  • Use Discussion Sessions to discuss draft papers with your peers using on-screen, shared comments.
  • Put our Follow Button on your website.
  • Add your Trips to the Radar to get event invitations.
  • Monitor your web traffic across Phil* sites using our powerful Web Analytics.

Give PhilPeople a try

It's easy

PhilPeople makes it easy to create and maintain a rich profile by automatically pulling together lists of your publications (from PhilPapers), talks (from PhilEvents), and career events (from PhilJobs). Of course, PhilPeople is also highly customizable.

It works with your website

You can use the PhilPeople widget to embed your PhilPeople publications on your website. This way, you maintain your publications in three important places at once: PhilPeople, PhilPapers, and your website. As a bonus, your papers will have our Recommend button next to them.

It's there for you

The PhilPapers Foundation and the Centre for Digital Philosophy are non-profit organizations with a long history of serving the profession. You can count on us to respect your privacy and make PhilPeople work for the profession.