Below you can find the list of courses offered in the academic year 2019/2020. About five other courses will be added to the curriculum and be taught by visiting professors. Click here for a list of course descriptions.
The academic year in Turin is structured into four blocks of 6+1+2 weeks (regular classes, catch-up classes, exam weeks). See this page (in Italian) for details. Courses are ordered chronologically below.
First semester, first block
Regular classes take place from 30 September to 8 November 2019.
- Academic English (Prof. Magdalena Sawicka)
- Formal Epistemology and Philosophy of Science (Prof. Jan Sprenger)
First semester, second block
Regular classes take place from 2 December 2019 to 24 January 2020.
- History of Philosophy I: British Idealism and its Cultural Context (Prof. Guido Bonino)
- Mind and Language (Prof. Alberto Voltolini)
- Philosophy of Language (Dr. Matteo Plebani)
- Philosophy of Literature (Prof. Carola Barbero)
- Philosophy of Music (Prof. Alessandro Bertinetto)
- Philosophy of Nature (Prof. Elena Casetta)
Second semester, first block
Regular classes take place from 24 February to 4 April 2020.
- Asian Philosophy (Proff. Matteo Cestari, Alberto Pelissero, Gianni Pellegrini)
- Epistemology (Prof. Peter Brössel—-visiting professor)
- Logic (Prof. Andrea Iacona). First part of “Logic & Rationality”.
- Philosophy and Mathematics (Prof. Francesca Biagioli).
- from 2020/2021 onwards: “Games, Preferences and Decisions” (Prof. Jan Sprenger)
Second semester, second block
Regular classes take place from 27 April to 6 June 2020.
- Aesthetics (Prof. Federico Vercellone)
- Applied Philosophy (Prof. Il Kim—visiting professor)
- Bioethics (Prof. Maurizio Balistrieri)
- Continental Philosophy: Gadamer’s Hermeneutics (Prof. Gaetano Chiurazzi)
- History of Ideas (Prof. Arianna Betti—visiting professor)
- History of Philosophy II: Wittgenstein and the Cambridge Keynesians (Prof. Paolo Tripodi)
- History of Science (Prof. Enrico Pasini)
- Human Rights Culture in the European Union (Prof. Angela Condello)
- Italian Studies (Prof. Antonio Dall’Igna)
- Metaphysics (Prof. Rita Šerpytyte)
- Philosophy of Technology (Prof. Jimmy Hernández Marcelo—visiting professor)
- Social Ontology (Prof. Maurizio Ferraris)
- Theories of Rationality (Prof. Vincenzo Crupi). Second part of “Logic & Rationality”.
- Interpreting the Macroeconomic Scenario (Prof. Mariacristina Rossi and Prof. Teodoro Togati; Department of Business Administration)