About Diogenes

About Diogenes

Diogenes is a peer-reviewed journal of the International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies. It is international and transdisciplinary in scope, offering a wide-ranging publication outlet for scientific information and intellectual synthesis. Diogenes publishes work from all fields of philosophical, humanistic and social studies, from archaeology to education and from economics to sociology. Since its first issue in 1953 it has published many ground-breaking pieces by leading scholars across disciplines.

more...Next issues
  Forthcoming issues (French edition to appear one year before the English):   - From One World to Another (2007, 4) *   - On Persuasion (2008, 1)*   - Paths of History and Civilizations (2008, 2)*   - On Cultural Diversity (2008, 3)*   - Reinventing Democracy (2008, 4)*   - Current Trends of Political Philosophy in China (2009, 1)   - Current Tendancies in Philosophy (2009, 2)   - Eighty Years of Philosophy in Russia (2009, 3)   * already appea......
more...Former issues
Former issues no. 221 (vol. 56, 1): topic   - From One World to Another (2007, 4) *   - On Persuasion (2008, 1)*   - Paths of History and Civilizations (2008, 2)*   - On Cultural Diversity (2008, 3)*   - Reinventing Democracy (2008, 4)*   - Current Trends of Political Philosophy in China (2009, 1)   - Current Tendancies in Philosophy (2009, 2)   - Eighty Years of Philosophy in Russia (2009, 3) no. 221 (vol. 56, 1): Current Trends in Political Philoso......
more...History of Diogenes
  Diogenes was created in 1952 by Roger Caillois as an international transdisciplinary journal.   Since its beginning, it was conceived as a large organ for wide scientific information and international synthesis.   Former editors:   Roger Caillois 1952-1978   Jean d'Ormesson 1978-1994   Paola Costa Giovangigli 1994-2005......


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