The Philosophers' Magazine is a quarterly (March, June, September and December) magazine of philosophy available in bookshops and on newstands around the world.
Founded in 1997, its aim is to bring high-quality philosophy to the intelligent lay-public. It has featured interviews and contributions from people like: Dan Dennett, Richard Rorty, Richard Dawkins, John Searle, Edward O. Wilson and Stuart Hampshire.
Its content is themed, ranging from the latest news in the philosophy world to original philosophy by top academics. The centre piece of each issue is a "Forum" that explores a particular area in depth. Past forums include: freewill and determinism; realism and anti-realism; problems of consciousness; women thinkers; existentialism; and September 11th.