The Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center, founded in 1980, is an embodied expression of the phenomenological orientation of Duquesne University, especially found in the graduate programs in Philosophy and Psychology.

The goal of the Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center is to promote and facilitate original phenomenological research, and thereby add to the corpus of literature in all disciplines, especially in continental philosophy, psychology as a human science, the philosophy and ethics of communication and rhetoric, and theology.


Browse the Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center Collections:

IAJS Conference

Karl Stern Lectures

Phenomenology Center Annual Symposium

Phenomenology Center Books

Phenomenology Center Miscellanea

Phenomenology is for Beginners