World Phenomenology Institute (WPI)
Institut mondial de phénoménologies - Weltinstitut für Phaenomenologie
1975-12 Boston MA USA
Dec 1975, Boston MA (USA), as World Institute for Advanced Phenomenological Research and Learning (WPI) -- Institut mondial des hautes études phénoménologiques -- Instituto Mondiale de Altos Estudios Fenomenologicos -- Weltinstitut für fortgeschrittene phänomenologische Forschung und Bildung -- Istituto Mondiale di Ricerca e di Studi Avanscati di Fenomenologia.
Promote advanced interdisciplinary research on the phenomena of life.
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Incorporated with K-XE0403 - International Husserl and Phenomenological Research Society (IHPRS), being autonomous in direction but sharing a common research program. Other affiliated bodies are: E-XK0678 - International Society of Phenomenology, Aesthetics and the Fine Arts (ISPAFA); K-XD2292 - International Society for Phenomenology and the Sciences of Life; K-XD2291 - International Society for Phenomenology and Literature (ISPL); U-XJ7999 - Sociedad Ibero-Americana de Fenomenologia; 'American Society for Phenomenology, the Fine Arts and Aesthetics'.
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