The Philosophical Society
"Hinc lucem et pocula sacra"
IOF/Business Overview
IOF Type {{{IOF Type}}}
IOF Number 25
Founded 8th September 2014 by Allan Frankland
Industry Education, polling, research, statistical.
CEO Allan Frankland
Market Overview
Ticker PS


The Philosophical Society is a society that seeks to scientifically advance and advise the public, the government and business. The Philosophical Society can perform and conduct opinion polls, research and produce statistical reports for business and the government. Polls, Statistical reports and research may take a long time, as the society will gather all the evidence, peer review and get all information straight from the horses mouth, before giving it's clients the results. It won't do public polls, but instead will directly message each active member of the public directly to get their opinion, this can take a while.

The Philosophical Society is not only a polling business, but a society you can join, via membership. The Society accepts members, in which like minded individuals interested in philosophy and the sciences can get to together to discuss and debate current UT affairs, to criticize affairs, to educate each other, to give speeches and post scientific journals and to co-operate with each other in conducting scientific research together.

The Philosophical Society will also perform polls and scientifically advance UT purely out of self-interest. While business and government can pay for the Society to conduct a specific poll or statistical report , the Society will also produce scientific journals for free, all in the name of advancing UT, however these will not be regular and will be as in depth as possible, before they're ever published.


  • To have a specific poll of your choice conducted by the society will cost: 10∇
  • To research a specific topic (peer review your business plan, give you advice and relevant information you need or assist you academically ect ect); 10∇
  • To produce a statistical report (Find out how much a department is spending on average, how many member stay active, mains source of recruits, or to help with your business plan ect ect): 10∇

Other (help you produce an argument for a court case (not advice), review an act or amendment, advise the government or an institution from a philosophical stand point, help with any form of education ect ect): 10∇


Cost: 15∇ (one payment)

Benefits: Members that own a business can receive a free poll/statistical report or piece of research once a month. Members can take part in private debates and discussions with other members in whatever topics they like (Is God real? Should we get involved in foreign nations affairs? Is UT going in the right direction? Do you approve of this bill/amendment____ ect). Members can post scientific journals, if you have an academic piece or finding you want to publish, if you're a member of the society then you can have it peer-reviewed for free and advertised and published by the society for free, you can also receive help from other fellows in producing and conducting your research.

To become a member of the Philosophical Society, message Allan Frankland. On becoming a member you will receive a certificate and can instantly join in with all the benefits a membership offers.


President: Allan Frankland

Fellows: Nicholas Romanov

Members: Alicia Pembrook. Victor Martel. Jacob Hefner.



President: The President is the head and chairman of the society, he acts as a moderator to make sure all journals published are valid and that tempers do not flair. He is also the speaker of the society, when the president stands down he shall choose a new president before leaving.

Fellows: Fellows are long-time serving members, that act on behalf of the president when he is not present or when he needs help. They hold the same powers as the president, however they cannot publicly speak on behalf of the society without the presidents approval.

Members: Members are basic members that can join in and use the tools the society offers. They can: Debate, discuss, publish journals, co-operate in development. They cannot speak on behalf of the society at all, they hold no moderation powers, although they can discuss and raise topics without the approval of the society (free speech is the foundation of philosophy, everything is open up to question).

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