November 2019- October 2020 (cycle 35)

Click on the title to see the program of the course.
This is a general framework; for details check on the pages of Mandatory Teaching and Curricular Teaching; info for further seminars at the News page.  Dates and duration may change for organization reasons. Always check on the internal pages and check with the teachers or the organizers of the lessons.

     COURSE TOPIC      Place/Time         TEACHER(S)
Argumentation    Genoa,November    C.Amoretti, M.Benzi
Methods in philosophy    Genoa,November    M. Vignolo and others
Academic Skills    Genoa, November    I. Carter, J. Sprenger et al.
Ethics and Politics Seminar    Vercelli: Nov-Feb    E. Biale, M. Bocchiola
Aesthetics and Political Theology    Turin, December-January    F. Vercellone
Aesthetic Research Seminar    Turin, December-January    A. Bertinetto
Classics of Analytic Philosophy    Turin, February    G. Bonino, D.Marconi, C.Penco
LLC-Lectures    Turin, February onwards    A. Hattiangadi, S. Coleman, A. Marmodoro
Reading Seminar    Turin, November onwards    V. Crupi
EPILOG Seminar    Genoa, February onwards    C. Amoretti, M. Vignolo
Statistics    Turin, February-May    M. Ruggiero, P. Di Biase
Philosophy of Perception    Turin, March    A. Voltolini
Logic    Turin, April    A. Iacona
Ethics-work-in-progress    Online, March-May    F. Zuolo
Poliethics    Genoa, October-April    L. Fonnesu & others
Physical Nature    Genoa, March-April    Nino Zanghì
Aristotle’s Ontology    Online, June-July    Silvia Fazzo
Plato: History, Reception, Memory    Online, Aug-Nov   André Laks & Silvia Fazzo
Residential Seminar with papers    Genoa, Aug-Sept.    PhD Students
Topics in Philosophy of Language    Genoa, June    K. Korta (Donostia, Stanford)
Philosophy of Mind: Recent Books on Intentionality   Online, June    A. Voltolini
Ontology and Metaphysics   Online, June    G. Chiurazzi
Labont Seminars   Online, May-June    T. Andina
ART Seminars   Online, May-June    E. Alloa, S. Zabala & others
Technologies of visibility   Online, April-June    G. Lingua
Symbol: Antiquity and Middle Ages   Online, June-Oct    A. Fermanni & others
Theoretical work In Progress   Online, Nov-May    G. Lingua
Graduate Conferences    June-October    check on list of GC



Typology of Mandatory teaching

Minimum requirement. Some curricula may ask for more. See also general teaching regulation §10.

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I YEAR     
      Common core for all PhD Students 30 Credits
      Curricular teaching or teaching abroad 30 credits
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II YEAR     
      Participation to International Conferences 20 credits
      Curricular teaching or teaching abroad 30 credits
      Mandatory Exam for the passage to 3rd Year 10 credits
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     Seminars, Graduate Conferences and coordination with tutors . 30 credits
     Presentation of the Thesis 30 credits


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