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Third Philosophy Day 2004 - 18 November 2004  
Third Philosophy Day 2004 - 18 November 2004
On 18 November 2004, UNESCO Philosophy Day will be celebrated for the third time at UNESCO House in Paris and in Member States.
At Headquarters: Philosophers from all over the world will gather for this event, which will include a variety of themes and activities: round tables, conferences, a “philosophy café”, art events, book exhibitions, etc. The last event of the Day will be a debate and a concert with the jazz musicians Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter and Diane Reeves, accompanied by the Thelonious Monk Jazz Ambassadors.

In the field: Events will also take place in more than seventy countries around the world, in organization by National Commissions for UNESCO,UNESCO regional offices, UNESCO Chairs, universities, institutes, academies, and other partners.

  • Message from Mr Koïchiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO

  • Message from Mr Hans-Heinrich Wrede, Chairman of the Executive Board

  • For more information, please do not hesitate to contact philosophy&human-sciences;@unesco.org

    - Click here to download the Preliminary Programme.


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