The paper continues the study of forms of modern public philosophical discourse. The author carries out an analytical review and offers the way of classification of formats of modern philosophizing outside universities and the academic sphere. The topic is s relevant in the context of the rapid development of new formats of philosophizing in the second decade of the 21st century; subjects of this philosophizing are both academic philosophers and the general non-professional public. The result of this, the second part of the study was the analysis of such forms of modern public philosophizing as explanation and expert thought, therapy, leisure and entertainment. The tendency of "philosophizing" of culture as the penetration of elements of philosophical discourse into everyday life and language is considered separately.
The conclusions confirm the generalizations made in the first part of the article: 1) considered forms of public philosophical discourse, despite the apparent novelty, are modifications of classical forms of philosophizing, and therefore, publicity is rather an immanent feature of philosophy than a specific trend of nowadays; 2) an important sign of modern public philosophical discourse, which distinguishes it from the public philosophizing of previous periods, is that the general public is becoming its subjects along with professional philosophers; 3) non-academic philosophizing is being professionalized and institutionalized within a process of mutual penetration of academic and public discourses of philosophy, that changes both of them. The author emphasizes that the described situation includes both new perspectives and new risks for philosophy that may be associated, in particular, with profanation and simplification of philosophical knowledge, the dissemination of inaccurate information. A possible range of tasks for further research in this direction of the public philosophical discourse is proposed at the end of the paper.
Key words: public philosophy, philosophy in the public sphere, philosophy in the public space, public philosophical discourse, public turn, public sphere, popular philosophy.