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.[1]

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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).

Publications[edit]

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.[2]

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