International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies
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The International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies (French: Conseil international de la philosophie et des sciences humaines; ICPHS/CIPSH) is a non-governmental organization within UNESCO. It embraces hundreds of learned societies in the field of philosophy, human sciences and related subjects.
The officers of ICPHS are Chao Gejin (President), Rosalind Hackett (Vice President), François Djindjian (Vice President), Luiz Oosterbeek (Secretary General), Franco Montanari (Treasurer), and Adama Samassékou (Past President).
The ICPHS publishes the journal Diogène/Diogenes in French and English. It was founded in 1952 by Roger Caillois. For many years, Jean d'Ormesson was the Editor-in-Chief. Current Editors-in-Chief are Maurice Aymard and Luca Scarantino.
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