Mind Association

This article is about the philosophical society. For the mental health charity, see Mind (charity).

The Mind Association is a philosophical society whose purpose is to promote the study of philosophy. The association publishes the journal Mind quarterly.

It was established in 1900 on the death of Henry Sidgwick, who had supported Mind financially since 1891 and had suggested that after his death the society should be formed to oversee the journal.[1]


  1. Preston, Aaron. A.C. Grayling, Naomi Goulder, Andrew Pyle, eds. The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Philosophy. ISBN 9780199754694. Retrieved 17 January 2013.
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