Donations not only help cover the costs of running What Is It Like to Be a Philosopher? (which is not subsidized by the APA or ads), but they also supplement the modest income of the untenured philosophy lecturer who created the site, and for whom producing the interviews has become an extremely timely but not unpleasant second job. There are two ways you can keep this project running! You can make a one-time gift on PayPal, or you can contribute as little as $1 month on Patreon, in which case you will receive monthly e-mail updates on who I am interviewing, and be listed as an official supporter here (if you wish, you can donate anonymously). Here are some of our amazing, generous supporters! 

Paul Adamski, Carl Mattick, David McNaughton, anonymous, David Chalmers, Dan Haybron, Ryan Reece Shelley, Greg Smith, Jamie Watson, James McGuire, Leonardo Santoso, anonymous, Brian Jabarian, Prabhu Venkataraman, George Yancy, Dennis Earl, Christian Gibbons, Michelle Catalano, Maria Khoudary, anonymous, Gabriel Bruguier, Colin Burch, Don Sudduth, Anna Malka, anonymous, anonymous... you?