Financial Support

We here at Third Factor believe we’re on to something big.  That’s why we’re willing to dedicate hundreds of hours a month to our mission.  But it will take more than our dedication to make Third Factor a success.  The fact is, it will take money.  We need funds to cover our hosting costs and add special features to our site; to publicize our work to others who have never heard of positive disintegration but will recognize it when they read about it; to live up to our ideals and eventually pay the writers who contribute to our magazine; and perhaps, if anything’s left over, to compensate our editor-in-chief, who otherwise works as a freelance writer, and our executive editor, who is a doctoral student.  They’re donating their time to this project because they believe that Kazimierz Dabrowski created a theory that was ahead of its time—and that its time is now.

If you believe that too, then we invite you to become a patron of Third Factor.

Subscribe with Patreon

Right now, the best way to do this is to subscribe to Third Factor via our Patreon account.  For as little as $1/month or as much as $100 a month or more, your recurring donation will enable us to keep this project afloat, spreading our message far and wide, and paying our authors for their hard work!

As an early subscriber, you’ll have access to our Patreon Community page.  This will give you direct access to the editorial board’s discussions about our future content.  Propose stories. Comment on our and others’ ideas.  Make requests and suggestions that will shape the future of Third Factor.  If you’re a subscriber, it’s your magazine, too.

To all those who have already subscribed, thank you!  We couldn’t do it without you.

Make a One-Time Gift with Indiegogo

Prefer to start off with a one-time donation?  In June and July, we’ll be conducting a fundraising campaign designed to cover our start-up costs and make Third Factor shine right from its first issue.  If you’d like to know when the fund drive goes live, we invite you to sign up for Third Factor‘s mailing list.