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Οκτώ θέσεις για εκπόνηση διδακτορικής διατριβής στη φιλοσοφία (Παν/μιο Sapienza, Ρώμη) 8 Ιουλίου, 2013

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Οκτώ θέσεις για εκπόνηση διδακτορκικής διατριβής, μετά από γραπτές εξετάσεις.


Υποτροφίες για διδακτορικές σπουδές στην αρχαία φιλοσοφία (Humboldt-Universitaet, Βερολίνο) 30 Νοεμβρίου, 2012

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Graduate School of Ancient Philosophy (GSAP)
Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin

Apply by 15 January 2013 for the

- Three-Year Doctoral Program in Ancient Philosophy,
- Or for pre-doctoral studies of one year.

The Graduate School of Ancient Philosophy (http://www.gsap.hu-berlin.de) at the Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin (http://www.hu-berlin.de) is pleased to offer up to four fellowships for doctoral studies in Ancient Philosophy and Science. *Two of these fellowships are reserved for* *non-German applicants* because they are funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

The fellowships cover the living costs at Berlin and are for full-time study only. There are no tuition fees, but there are low administrative fees amounting to ca. 250-300 Euros per semester (and cover free public transportation in Berlin).

Students may also apply for a funded pre-doctorial year of studies at the Graduate School. Typical candidates for this option are students who hold a BA in philosophy or classics (but not an MA) and want to take a PhD without first taking an MA (which is the typical path within the German system of higher education).

*The Graduate School of Ancient Philosophy*
The GSAP provides a structured doctoral program in ancient philosophy and science (in English and German). The three-year program leads to the doctoral degree in Philosophy or Classics. It includes colloquia, dissertation seminars, reading groups, international workshops, and intensive short courses. The program culminates in the writing of a doctoral dissertation (in English or German).

The School’s core faculty:
- Prof. Jonathan Beere
- Prof. Stephen Menn
- Prof. Philip van der Eijk
- Dr. Jacob Rosen
- Tim Wagner

The School is embedded in a lively community of scholars and institutions (like the Excellence Cluster Topoi) all devoted to ancient studies.

The international Ancient Philosophy & Science Network (APSN)
Students of the program are automatically part of the international Ancient Philosophy & Science Network (APSN) initiated by the Graduate School. The APSN involves collaboration with five international partner institutions in the field of ancient philosophy and science:

- University of Chicago (Philosophy and Classics)
- University of Leuven (Philosophy, De Wulf-Mansioncentre)
- Princeton University (Philosophy and Classics)
- University of Toronto (Philosophy and Classics)
- University of Cambridge (History and Philosophy of Science)

The closing date for applications for the fellowships is 15 January. The doctoral fellowships advertised here have no thematic restrictions. Interviews will be held at Berlin during the second last week of March 2012. Candidates from overseas will not need to travel to Berlin for an interview.

Applications online at http://www.gsap.hu-berlin.de/application
Enquiries: info@ancient-philosophy.de.

Οδηγός για μεταπτυχιακές σπουδές στην Αισθητική σε πανεπιστήμια της Β. Αμερικής 30 Οκτωβρίου, 2012

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Η Αμερικανική Εταιρία Αισθητικής εκδίδει έναν οδηγό για τις μεταπτυχιακές σπουδές πρώτου (Master) και δεύτερου κύκλου (Διδακτορική διατριβής) στο πεδίο της Αισθητικής σε πανεπιστήμια της Β Αμερικής. Στον οδηγό θα βρείτε ποιοι είναι οι καθηγητές που διδάσκουν στα αντίστοιχα τμήματα, ποια τα ειδικά ενδιαφέροντά τους, τι σεμινάρια προσφέρονται στο πεδίο και πόσο συχνά, και άλλες χρήσιμες πληροφορίες:


Πρόγραμμα ΜΑSTER στην αρχαία φιλοσοφία στο Western University (Καναδάς) με θέσεις υποτρόφων 12 Οκτωβρίου, 2012

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Western University (Canada) would like to announce the introduction of
a new two-year Master's program in Ancient Philosophy jointly run by
the Departments of Philosophy and Classical Studies. The program is
aimed primarily at students interested in pursuing ancient philosophy
at the doctoral level. This new interdisciplinary program is the only
MA program of its kind in North America and only one of a handful of
similar programs in the world. Unlike those other programs, students
enrolled in Western’s MA receive full two-year funding packages.

Overview of the Program

The MA program is designed to provide students with the philosophical
and philological skills necessary for work at the doctoral level,
which requires assessing philosophical arguments on the basis of a
careful study of the text in the original language. Students will
attend graduate seminars in the Philosophy Department, where they will
acquire a level of understanding necessary for pursuing a PhD
dissertation in at least one of the major ancient philosophical
traditions as well as a critical awareness of the main philosophical
problems that shape the broader discipline (e.g. essentialism, problem
of universals, virtue ethics, etc.). In addition students will take
language courses in Greek and Latin through the Classics Department.
Students who graduate from the program can expect to have a mastery of
at least one of the two languages, which will allow them to read texts
in the original language for the purpose of conducting doctoral
research, and a complete introduction to grammar and syntax in the
other language. In cases where a student enters the program with less
than introductory Greek or Latin, that student can expect to attain no
less than an intermediate level of proficiency in one or both
languages that includes the ability to read a continuous text with
substantial consolidation of grammar and syntax skills.


All students admitted to the program will receive a full two-year
funding package as part of the normal process for funding graduate
students in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Exceptional applicants
may be offered additional funding in the form of various Entrance
Scholarships ranging from $1000 to $4000 in value. There are also
funding opportunities for students through various government-funded
grant competitions, including the Ontario Graduate Scholarship and the
Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Masters Scholarship from the Social
Science and Humanities Research Council. You may also contact Devin
Henry (dhenry3@uwo.ca) for possibilities regarding Research

Admission Requirements

Normally, students will be required to have an honours bachelor degree
in either Philosophy or Classics with an average grade of B+ or higher
in the last two years or last ten half courses. In addition, students
will typically be required to have taken an introductory course in at
least one ancient language (Greek or Latin) covering all basic
grammar. However, students with less than introductory language
training may also be considered for admission.

For more information about the program or to obtain an application
please visit our website at http://www.uwo.ca/philosophy/graduate
(under "Degrees Offered" or "Ancient Philosophy") or contact Susan
Bock (sbock@uwo.ca).

Prospective students are advised that offers of admission to the
program may be made only after the university’s own quality assurance
processes have been completed and the Ontario Universities Council on
Quality Assurance has approved the program. We expect these processes
to be complete before offers are made.

Devin Henry
Associate Professor
Department of Philosophy
Western University

Πρόγραμμα μεταπτυχιακών σπουδών και υποτροφίες του Παν/μίου του Southampton 24 Ιανουαρίου, 2012

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Applications are invited for the Postgraduate Philosophy programmes at the University of Southampton.  Apply by 24 February 2012 to be considered for funded places (for details see below):

(1) Research degrees: MPhil/PhD.

Our staff have a wide range of research interests and there is considerable overlap between them, making for a lively and productive research environment.
Our main overlapping areas of research interest in Philosophy at Southampton include:
* 19th and early 20th century European philosophy
* Analytic aesthetics and the history of aesthetics
* Early modern and modern philosophy
* Ethics and practical reason
* Philosophy of mind, philosophy of language and epistemology
* Wittgenstein and early analytic philosophy

(2) Taught courses: we run an MA in Philosophy and an MA in Aesthetics.  Both comprise core seminar courses, a research skills module, an individually supervised dissertation, and a flexible programme of optional subjects taught in small groups or one-to-one.

Please note the following information about applying for funding at the University of Southampton, to start October 2012.  All applications for either Research or MA courses in Philosophy are submitted to the Faculty of Humanities. Candidates make a single funding application and will be considered for all appropriate sources of funding.

Applying for funding. To find funding application forms, go to http://www.soton.ac.uk/humanities/postgraduate/money_matters.page
Then click on ‘Humanities funding form’ on the right.

The deadline for completed funding applications is 24 February 2012
Applications should be returned by email to pgafh@southampton.ac.uk

Applying for a postgraduate place.  This funding form is in addition to the university postgraduate application form.  If you have already completed  the application form, you need not do so again.  If you have not yet applied, it is important to do so as soon as possible.  The application form must be completed and submitted separately online, by the same deadline of 24 February 2012.  You can find the online application form at  http://www.southampton.ac.uk/postgraduate/pgstudy/howdoiapplypg.html

Enquiries about the process should be directed to the PG Admissions team, +44 (0) 23 8059 8062 or pgafh@southampton.ac.uk or Professor Chris Janaway cjanaway@soton.ac.uk

Study portals: Διαδικτυακή πλατφόρμα πληροφόρησης για σπουδές σε Ευρωπαικά Πανεπιστήμια 1 Φεβρουαρίου, 2011

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Στο Study portals υπάρχει ένας αρκετά αναλυτικός οδηγός, και ανανεούμενος τακτικά, για προγράμματα σπουδών, μεταπτυχιακά και προπτυχιακά, σε ευρωπαϊκά πανεπιστήμια, και υποτροφίες.  Τουλάχιστον για μία πρώτη εικόνα ώστε να εντοπίσει κανείς τί είδους μεταπτυχιακά προγράμματα υπάρχουν σε ποιά Πανεπιστήμια. Από εκεί και πέρα για καλύτερη και λεπτομερή πληροφορήση, το καλύτερο είναι η επίσκεψη στην ίδια την ιστοσελίδα του κάθε Πανεπιστημιακού τμήματος.