The Center aims at bringing to light the phenomenological revolution with regard to the divide between appearance and reality. The Center strongly aims at opening a window onto two pivotal philosophical principles. On the one hand, our experiences — from the sensory ones to the affective ones — are not reducible to sets of subjective states: indeed, they are inherently open to reality itself and, because of this, inherently fallible. On the other hand, the phenomena we experience are not to be confined to sort of epiphenomena: indeed, the essential traits typical of the thing itself arise thanks to the phenomenon itself. These two principles are two sides of the same coin, i.e. the philosophical method Husserl named “phenomenology”.