The Society for the Philosophy of Sex and Love encourages and facilitates the philosophical study of sexuality, gender, love, friendship, marriage, and related topics. In addition to operating this website, it organizes lectures, workshops, and conferences. Written work by members of the Society addresses a wide range of topics and questions related to sex and love, including conceptual problems, political and ethical matters, the history of the philosophy of sex and love, and feminist theory.
A list of members with links and contact information is available here.
Membership in the Society is free. To become a member, send one of the officers listed below an email message. Let us know whether you would like your name listed on the members’ page, and what email address, areas of interest, and homepage link you’d like included there.
History of the Society
For current updates and blog posts, visit our blog, Erotes.
SPSL is co-run by Jordan Pascoe, Associate Professor of Philosophy Manhattan College and Andrea Dionne Warmack, a PhD student in the Philosophy Department at Emory University. To contact us, send an email to Andrea or Jordan.