Where we go for insights on the meaning of life.
Andrew Taggert - A practical philosopher and entrepreneur who
teaches individuals and organizations how to inquire into the things
that matter most.
Basics of Philosophy - This site is an easily digestible online
warehouse with all kinds of manageable chunks of information
Charles Eisenstein – Philosopher, author, and speaker.
Daily Stoic - An introduction to Stoicism, curated list of resources,
Stoic exercises, a guide to help you through adversity and much
David Chalmers – Philosopher at New York University and co-director
of the Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness. Interested in the
philosophy of mind (especially consciousness) and the foundations of
cognitive science, as well the philosophy of language, metaphysics
and epistemology, and many other areas.
Foundation for Inner Peace – Home of “A Course in Miracles,” a
spiritual self-study program designed to awaken people to oneness
with God and Love.
Future of Humanity Institute - Investigates what we can do now to
ensure a long flourishing future. FHI is a multidisciplinary research
institute at the University of Oxford. Academics at FHI bring the tools
of mathematics, philosophy and social sciences to bear on big-
picture questions about humanity and its prospects.
Future Thinkers – A podcast about evolving technology, society and
consciousness by Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova.
History of Philosophy (without any gaps) - Peter Adamson, Professor
of Philosophy at the LMU in Munich and at King's College London,
takes listeners through the history of philosophy, "without any gaps."
The series looks at the ideas, lives and historical context of the major
philosophers as well as the lesser-known figures of the tradition.
The Information Philosopher - A philosophical method grounded in
science, especially modern physics, biology, psychology,
neuroscience, and the science of information. Information
philosophy offers novel solutions to classical problems in philosophy,
notably freedom of the will, the objective foundation of values, and
the problem of knowledge (epistemology).
Integral Life – A member-driven digital media company that supports
the growth, education and application of Integral Philosophy and
integrative metatheory to complex issues in the 21st century.
Institute of Noetic Sciences - Bridges scientific exploration and
experiential discovery to better understand a timeless truth — that
humanity is deeply interconnected.
Mark Vernon – Psychotherapist and writer, with a keen interest in
the vitality of inner life. Vernon’s studies began with a degree in
physics, before two degrees in theology, followed by a PhD in
philosophy – an academic journey that took him from the
universities of Durham and Oxford to Warwick. His professional life
began as a priest in the Church of England, from which he resigned
about 20 years ago.
MeaningofLife.tv - A place where people have conversations about
matters relating to the meaning of life. Since that subject can be
illuminated from many different angles, these people come from
many different backgrounds.
Microphilosophy - Small thoughts about big things; big thoughts
about small things; expansive ideas in few words; seeds of thought,
scatttered to either take root or not.
Modern Stoicism - Host of Stoic Week and a free online course, with
step by step exercises and audio meditations.
New Philosopher - An independent quarterly magazine devoted to
exploring philosophical ideas from past and present thinkers on ways
to live a more fulfilling life.
On Being - Krista Tippett explores what it means to be human and
live well, through conversations with scientists, artists, politicians
and more. The focus is not on any particular belief system or
denomination, but on the abstract forces — beauty, nature, loss —
that can shape an inner life.
Ozan Varol - Rocket scientist turned bestselling author and award-
winning law professor explains how extraordinary thinking produces
Perspectiva - A research platform that seeks to build the intellectual
foundations for a more conscious society – a diverse and plural
society awake to itself, united by an awareness of ecological
constraints, systemic influences and the development of human
empathy and consciousness throughout the lifespan.
Philosophers’ Magazine - An independent quarterly, founded by
Julian Baggini and Jeremy Stangroom in 1997, devoted to publishing
philosophy that’s clear, enlightening, and thought-provoking.
Philosophy for Life – The website of Jules Evans, a practical
philosopher and writer interested in therapeutic practices and
ethical ideas from ancient philosophies and wisdom tradition.
Philosophy Talk - Celebrates the value of an examined life.
Radically Enlightened - Dedicated to global activism and critical
thought in the areas of current events, culture, spirituality and
philosophy. Ask questions. Seek truth. Live from the soul. Act from
the heart. Pro-Active Planetary Consciousness: Because life is too
loud to stay quiet.
Reason and Meaning - Awesome site with links galore to great stuff
on numerous topics. Features philosophical reflections on life, death,
and the meaning of life, by John G. Messerly, PhD.
School of Life - A global organisation dedicated to developing
emotional intelligence that applies psychology, philosophy, and
culture to everyday life.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - Organizes scholars from
around the world in philosophy and related disciplines to create and
maintain an up-to-date reference work.
What Is It Like to Be a Philosopher - In-depth autobiographical
interviews with philosophers. Interviews you can’t find anywhere
else. In the interviews, you get a sense of what makes living,
breathing philosophers tick. How one becomes a philosopher. The
interviews show how our theories shape our lives and how our
experiences influence our theories.
World Philosophy Network - A worldwide based network centered
around the idea of networking philosophical portals, magazines,
individuals and institutions dealing with the humanities.
“The secret of
genius is to carry
the spirit of the
child into old age
never losing your
- Aldous Huxley