Applications are still open for:

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

The MAP programme:

- teaching by some of the most renowned, leading figures in contemporary 
analytic philosophy.

- focus on metaphysics, philosophy of mind, ancient and medieval philosophy.

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

- 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.

In the 2019-2020 academic year faculty will include:

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)
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)

Teaching comprises lectures, master classes, discussion of presentations and 
papers by students, and group work
The MAP is a complete Masters programme over two years. It also offers several 
student exchange opportunities (for example Amsterdam, Geneva, and Barcelona) 
which complement nicely the local programme.

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