Since its foundation, FINO has placed considerable emphasis on teaching activities appropriate to doctoral studies. These comprise activities shared by all students in the doctoral program, and activities organized separately by the four different curricula.

Shared teaching activities

Shared teaching activities are principally located in the first year of the program. They include (2021-2022):

‚Äst1.¬† Arguments and Methods in Philosophy (10 credits)
‚Äst2: ¬†Skills (12 credits):¬†a seminar on skills like Academic English and organization of Research (and Grants)
‚Äst3: June Seminar ¬†of PhD students (8 credits)

Curricular activities

PhD students are invited to participate in curricular activities (you are not obliged to limit your activities to your own curriculum). For information on the curricular commitments see: 1-epistemology; 2-ethics&politics; 3- history of philosophy; 4- theoretical philosophy.

Curricular teaching activities are coordinated by:
Tommaso Piazza (Pavia; curriculum 1. Mind, Science, and Language):
Valeria Ottonelli (Genoa; curriulcum 2. Ethics and Political Philosophy):
Paola Rumore (Turin; curriculum 3. History of Philosophy and History of Science):
Graziano Lingua (Turin; curriculum 4. Hermeneutics, Aesthetics, and Phenomenology):

List of courses

November 2021- October 2022 (cycle 37)

This is a general framework. Dates and duration may change for organizational reasons. 

     COURSE TOPIC      Place/Time         TEACHER(S)
Argumentation Vercelli, Fall 2021  C.Amoretti, M.Benzi
Methods in philosophy Vercelli, Fall 2021  E. Galeotti, G. Leghissa et al.
Academic Skills Vercelli, Fall 2021  I. Carter, J. Sprenger et al.
Dochumanity Turin, Spring 2021  M. Ferraris, T. Andina
Theoretical work in progress Turin  Fall 21 Spring 22  G. Lingua
Aesthetics of improvisation Turin, Spring 2022  A. Bertinetto
History of Historiography Turin, Nov-June  M. Ferrari, P. Rumore
Physical Nature of Space and Time Genoa, Fall 2021  N. Zanghì
Logic  Pavia, Spring 2022  A. Iacona
Classics in Analytic Philosophy Pavia, Spring 2022  G. Bonino, D. Marconi, C.   Penco
Formal Epistemology  Pavia, TBA  V. Crupi, J. Sprenger
Epistemology work in progress  Pavia,  Spring 2022  T. Piazza
Virtue Ethics Genoa, Spring 2022  P. Kontos, M.S. Vaccarezza
Moral and Political Responsibility  Pavia, Spring 2022  L. Fonnesu, I. Carter
Political Exclusion  Vercelli, Spring 2022  A. Poama, E. Biale
Ethics & Politics work in progress  Genoa, Feb-May 2022  C. Fumagalli, V. Ottonelli
Topics in Philosophy of Language   Genoa, 2022   K. Korta
Aristotle Reading Seminar   Online, Fall 2022  S. Fazzo, M. Ghione
Workshop: Perspective in Platonism   Turin, Fall 2021  F. Petrucci, A Piazzalunga.
History of Philosophy work in progress   Turin, Spring 2022  P. Rumore
Transcendental Foundation of Phenomenology   Turin, Spring 2022  G. Leghissa
Philosophy and Art ¬† Turin, Spring 2022 ¬†G. Cuozzo, A. Dall’Igna
Plutea and Medieval Philosophy   Turin, Spring 2022  P. Porro
Cosmological Issues in Modern Philosophy   Turin, Spring 2022  B. Lotti
Graduate Conferences    June-October 2022  check on list of GC


Mandatory teaching: format

Minimum requirements. 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 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
     Thesis Defence 30 credits