The Barletta Declaration on Philosophy and Interculturality

We gladly share the news of a new Declaration on Philosophy and Interculturality. If you happen to be at the World Congress of Philosophy, do not miss the chance to discuss this declaration and its possible impact on academic philosophy.

The “Declaration on Philosophy and Interculturality” (informally known as “The Barletta Declaration”) was composed in response to an invitation from the G7 Summit in Italy to provide a document discussing some of the pressing philosophical issues facing the G7 nations (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom, United States) and the European Union. The Declaration was drafted in Barletta, Italy, over 23-24 May 2024, by a group of leading scholars who came to to attend an International Philosophy Summit on the topic of “Conviviality and Dialogue among People.”


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