The World Philosophy Network - Join us!

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The World Philosophy Network - Join us!

Time: March 9, 2016 to December 31, 2016
Location: Worldwide
Website or Map: http://www.worldphilosophynet…
Event Type: membership, application
Organized By: Olivera Z Mijuskovic and The World Philosophy Group
Latest Activity: Dec 26, 2016

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About the World Philosophy Network


We`re a worldwide based network  centered around  idea of networking philosophical portals, magazines, individuals and institutions. Colleagues around the world can exchange experiences and calls on the philosophical events. Our members are on all continets and they are true ambasadors of culture, arts and philosophy.

Only together we have more knowledge!


Olivera Z. Mijuskovic, PhM, M.Sc. h.c.

CEO, Founding Director and Editor-in-Chief of "Philosophical Views"

President of "The World Philosophy Network"

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