Membership

There are three types of membership in the Canadian Philosophical Association: ordinary, student and life. Every new or renewed annual membership entitles the member to receive Dialogue, the Association's quarterly publication, for one year.

Ordinary Membership

Requirement: Degree in philosophy or equivalent, or instructor of philosophy or interest in the objectives of the Association but outside the already mentioned requirements.

Individual Membership
Income Fee
Less than $40,000 $65.00
$40,000 to $50,000 $85.00
$50,000 to $75,000 $140.00
$75,000 to $100,000 $175.00
$100,000 and greater $195.00

 

Retired Faculty Membership
Income Fee
Less than $40,000 $65.00
$40,000 to $50,000 $76.50
$50,000 to $75,000 $126.00
$75,000 to $100,000 $157.50
$100,000 and greater $175.50

 

Student Membership

Applicants must be full-time students enrolled in a programme in philosophy. If you are paying your membership by mail or fax, please indicate the name and e-mail address of the Chair or Graduate STudies Director of your department. This is for verification purposes only.

 

Student Membership $45.00

 

Life Membership

Life membership $3,000.00

 

Departmental Membership

Departmental Membership: January – December 2017 $140.00

 

How to become a member of the CPA or to RENEW your membership

Join or renew online

Departmental membership

By Post:
     Membership form
     Departmental memberships renewal notice 2017

To request a membership form by mail or for more information email Louise Morel, Executive Director or write to:

Louise Morel, Executive Director
The Canadian Philosophical Association
PO Box 47077; rpo Blackburn Hamlet
Gloucester ON K1B 5P9

administration@acpcpa.ca

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