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The BULLETIN D'ANALYSE PHENOMENOLOGIQUE (BAP, Bull. anal. phén.) is a wholly open-access (Platinum OA) and double-blind peer-reviewed electronic journal of philosophical phenomenology, issued by the Centre de recherches phénoménologiques (Creph) at the University of Liège. Issues are published continuously (non-periodically) and collected in annual volumes. The purpose of the review is to promote phenomenological research by publishing original papers in any field related to philosophical phenomenology.

BAP includes two separate series: a book review series devoted to reviewing recent literature in the field of phenomenological philosophy, and a proceedings series devoted to the publication of conference and research seminar proceedings.

BAP is now hosted by PoPuPS portal. All past issues are available in PDF format on the new website.

Editors

Book Review Editor

Advisory Board

F. Boccaccini (Universidade de Brasilia), R. Breeur (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven), F. Caeymaex (FNRS, univ. de Liège), G. Cormann (univ. de Liège), M. Dupuis (Univ. catholique de Louvain), Ch. Gauvry (univ. de Liège, univ. de Lille), R. Gély (Univ. St-Louis à Bruxelles), D. Giovannangeli (univ. de Liège), M. Gyemant (Archives Husserl de Paris), M. Hagelstein (FNRS, univ. de Liège), G. Jean (univ. de Nice Sophia Antipolis), S. Laoureux (univ. de Namur), B. Leclercq (univ. de Liège), P. Limido (univ. de Rennes 2), A. Mazzú (Univ. libre de Bruxelles), J. Melançon (University of Regina, Canada), N. Monseu (univ. de Namur), L. Perreau (univ. de Franche-Comté, Archives Husserl de Paris), D. Popa (Villanova University, USA), D. Pradelle (univ. de Paris 4 Sorbonne), P. Reynaert (Universiteit Antwerpen), S. Richard (univ. libre de Bruxelles), R. Steinmetz (univ. de Liège).

Licence Creative Commons
BAP is published in open-access under the terms and conditions of the CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 License.

DOI Digital Object Identifier Open Access Peer-reviewed
Identifiers:
ISSN: 1782-2041
LC: 2009253056
OCLC: (OCoLC)243561209
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Bulletin d'analyse phénoménologique