Applications are open for

the MAP – the Research Master in Metaphysics and Mind at USI, Lugano

---Deadline 30th June 2019.

The MAP programme:

- is exceptional in that it counts among its teachers some of the most renown, 
leading figures in contemporary analytic philosophy.

- has a clear focus on metaphysics, the philosophy of mind, ancient and 
medieval philosophy.

- is a research-oriented programme, aimed at preparing master students to the 
most demanding Ph.D. programmes around the world.

- is based in Switzerland. Switzerland is committed to investing substantially 
in all areas of research, including philosophy. Switzerland is unusual in 
making available generous research grants both in universities and at the 
national level. The Swiss National Science Foundation awards both individual 
grants and grants for research projects and training networks.

Among the professors of the academic year 2019-2020:

Achille Varzi (Columbia University)
Kit Fine (New York University)
Kathrin Koslicki (University of Alberta)

Peter Simons (Trinity College, Dublin)

Barry Smith (University of Buffalo)
Kevin Mulligan (USI and Geneva)
Franz Berto (University of St. Andrews)
Anna Marmodoro (Durham and Oxford)

Thomas Sattig (University of Tübingen)

Christian Wüthrich (University of Geneva)
Pasquale Porro (Paris, Sorbonne)
John Marenbon (University of Cambridge)
Paolo Crivelli (University of Geneva)

Giovanni Ventimiglia (University of Lucerne)

Stephan Leuenberger (University of Glasgow)

Damiano Costa (USI)

Claudio Calosi (University of Geneva)



and several others to be announced.

Teaching comprises lectures, master classes, discussion of presentations by 
students, group work, and discussions of papers produced by students.


The MAP offers several students exchange opportunities which complement nicely 
the local programme.


The programme is supported by several generous merit-based scholarships, and 
seven research student assistant positions available for the students of the 
MAP.



You can find the application procedure at:



https://www.usi.ch/en/map-application-procedure


Further info can be found at:

www.map.usi.ch<http://www.map.usi.ch/>
www.facebook.com/usimap<http://www.facebook.com/usimap>


The coordinator of the programme, Damiano Costa, can be reached by email at 
damiano dot costa at usi dot ch.

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