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Eliopoulos Panos is a Ph.D., University of Peloponnese, Tripoli (Greece)

Dr. Panos Eliopoulos
Address: Pallantiou 44, 221 00 Tripoli, Greece
Telephone number: (0030) 2710 226183
Mobile phone: (0030) 6974 886914
Fax: (0030) 2710 561184
E-mail: ksatriya(at)tri.forthnet.gr
Skype: panoseliopoulos

EDUCATION

A) Graduate and Postgraduate Studies

  1. 2010: PhD in Philosophy in the Sector of Philosophy of the Department of Philosophy-Pedagogy and Psychology in the Philosophical School of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens. The title of my doctoral thesis: "The Moral Philosophy in the work of Seneca". Mark: unanimously “Excellent”.
  2. 2004 - 2006: Biennial Master’s degree course of studies (MA) in the Department of Philosophy￾Pedagogy and Psychology of the Philosophical School of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens. Name of the course: "History of Philosophy". My Master’s dissertation was under the title: "The concept of the Heimarmene in the theories of the Stoa and of Alexander of Aphrodisia". Mark: unanimously “Excellent”.
  3. 2003: Diploma in the Spanish language from the University of Salamanca. License to teach the Spanish language from the Greek Ministry of Education.
  4. 1993: University Degree (Ptychion) in “English Studies” from the Department of English Philology of the Philosophical School of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens. Specialization in the field of Literature and Culture.

B) Computer Knowledge

  1. 2008: Certification of computer skills and knowledge in I.C.T., level Α, according to the Presidential Decree 25/2002 regarding New Computer Technologies (10-6-2008).
  2. 1996: Training Programme at NELE Arcadia in MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows 3.1, Microsoft Word 6.0, Microsoft Excel 5.0, programming in Pascal language. Duration: seventy [70] hours.

C) Languages

English, Spanish, Italian, Modern and Ancient Greek, Latin.

TEACHING INTERESTS & AREAS OF COMPETENCE

Ancient Greek Philosophy, Hellenistic Philosophy, Roman Philosophy, Stoic Philosophy, Modern and Contemporary Philosophy, History of Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, Existentialism, Comparative Philosophy (western and non western traditions), NeoHellenic Philosophy, Medieval Philosophy (Byzantine), Metaphysics, Ethics, Social & Political Philosophy, Pedagogy and Philosophy of Education, Logic & Critical Thinking, Aesthetics (Poetry & Prose).

EMPLOYMENT

A) Teaching at the University

  1. 2014-2015: (Adjunct Lecturer) University of Peloponnese, Department of Philology, Postgraduate programme “Moral Philosophy”. I teach the course: a) “Modern Ethics” (Kierkegaard- Hume- Schopenhauer- Spinoza – Dilthey- Nietzsche- William James).II
  2. 2014-2015: (Adjunct Lecturer) Higher School of Pedagogical and Technological Education (ASPETE), Branch of the City of Argos, Pedagogical Training Programme (EPPAIK). I teach the course: “Pedagogy and Philosophy of Education”.
  3. 2013-2014: (Adjunct Lecturer) University of Peloponnese, Department of Philology, Postgraduate programme “Moral Philosophy”. I taught two courses: a) “Modern Ethics (Kierkegaard- Hume- Schopenhauer- Spinoza), b) Contemporary Ethics (Heidegger- Habermas￾Wittgenstein- Höffe-Ortega y Gasset- Unamuno- Stevenson- Hare).
  4. 2012-2013: (Adjunct Lecturer) University of Peloponnese, Department of Philology, Postgraduate Programme “Moral Philosophy”. I taught the course: “Modern Ethics” (Kierkegaard-Hume-Schopenhauer).
  5. 2012-2013: (Adjunct Lecturer) University of Peloponnese, Department of Philology, Undergraduate Level. I taught the course: “Ancient Greek Philosophy” (Presocratics, Plato, Aristotle and the Stoics).
  6. 2011-2012: (Adjunct Lecturer) University of Peloponnese, Department of Philology, Postgraduate Programme “Moral Philosophy”. I taught two courses: “Modern Ethics” (Kierkegaard-Hume), b) “Medieval and Renaissance Ethics”.
  7. 2011-2012: (Adjunct Lecturer) University of Athens, Department of Philosophy, Psychology and Pedagogic, Postgraduate Programme “Moral Philosophy”. I taught the course: “War, Ethics and Terrorism”.

B) Primary and Secondary Education

  1. Since 2011, I am the School Principal of the Primary School of Nestani, Arcadia.
  2. In the school years 2007-2011 I worked as a teacher of the English language in the 10th Primary School of Tripolis.
  3. During the school year 2006-2007 I worked at the Department of Scientific and Pedagogic Guidance of Primary and Secondary Education in the Region of Peloponnese.
  4. From school year 1996-97 to school year 2005-6, I worked as a teacher of the English language in schools of the Primary and Secondary Education of the Prefecture of Arcadia.
  5. From 1989 to 1996 I worked as a teacher of the English language in the private education (Foreign Language Centres in Athens and Tripolis).

    C) Teacher Training and Adult Education (388 hrs)

  6. 2012-2013: Teacher of Business English in KEK “Akmon” in Tripoli.
  7. 2012: June. Teacher Trainer in the Primary Education (Prefecture Arcadia) in the thematic field: “Discipline in the classroom”. Organised by the Administration of the Prefecture of Arcadia.
  8. 2011-2012: Teacher Trainer in the one-year Major Training Programme for the New School. Seminars and distance learning. Organized by the Pedagogical Institute (200 hours).
  9. 2009: August. Teacher Trainer (Prefecture Arcadia) in the PEK of Tripolis, in the thematic field (A): "Modern methods of teaching", "The Role of the teacher in the modern school", "Sensitization for the Management of polymorphy in the school population", "The school as a general educational and cultural centre”.
  10. 2010-2011: 3 rd Semester. Teacher of English at the Institute of Vocational Training (IEK) at the Department of Forest Protection, (42 hours).
  11. 2010-2011: 2 nd Semester. Teacher of English at the Center of Adult Education (KEE), Level I, (50 hours).
  12. 2008: December. Teacher Trainer of the Primary and Secondary Education (Prefecture Arcadia) in the thematic field: “Language and the Internet”. Organised by the Administration of the Prefecture of Arcadia, (4 hours).
  13. 2008: October. Teacher Trainer of the Primary and Secondary Education (Prefecture Arcadia) in the thematic field: “English at the Primary School”. Organised by the European ARION Programme. Teachers that attended were from England, Belgium, France, Poland, Italy, Greece and Holland.
  14. 2008: August. Teacher Trainer of the Primary and Secondary Education (Prefectures Laconia &III Argolida) in the PEK of Tripolis, in the Introductive Training Seminars for newly appointed teachers, in the thematic field (A): "Modern methods of teaching", "The Role of the teacher in the modern school", "Sensitization for the Management of polymorphy in the school population", "The school as a general educational and cultural centre", (12 hours).
  15. 2008: May. Teacher Trainer of the Primary and Secondary Education (Prefecture Arcadia) in the thematic field: “Language and Philosophy of Education”. Organised by the Administration of the Prefecture of Arcadia, (4 hours).
  16. 2007: October. Teacher Trainer of the Primary and Secondary Education (Prefecture Laconia) in the PEK of Tripolis, in the Introductive Training Seminars for newly appointed teachers, in the thematic field (A): "Modern methods of teaching", "The Role of the teacher in the modern school", "Sensitization for the Management of polymorphy in the school population", "The school as a general educational and cultural centre", (8 hours).
  17. 2007: March-April. Teacher Trainer of the Primary and Secondary Education (in the prefectures Arcadia, Laconia and Argolida) in the PEK of Tripolis in the program of OEPEK "Correlation of familial- social-cultural factors in the school achievement of the child", (28 hours).

PUBLICATIONS

A) Books Published or Under Publication

  1. (English) Between Two Realms: Medea and Athens. Co-authorship with Professor Christopher Vasillopulos, University Press of America, Lanham 2015 (under publication).
  2. (Greek) The Moral Philosophy in the work of Seneca, Doctoral thesis, University of Athens Press, Saripolos Institution, Athens 2015 (under publication).
  3. (Greek) The Social Philosophy in the work of Seneca. Batsioulas Publications, Athens 2014 (under publication).
  4. (English) Christopher Vasillopulos- Panos Eliopoulos (Editors), The Human Being: its Nature and Functions [Proceedings of the Tenth World Congress of ISUD, at Craiova-Romania, 4-9 July 2014], Volumes I & II, Dialogue and Universalism, Warsaw-Poland, 2015.
  5. (Greek) Poetry collection: The Forthcoming Time [O Epion Kairos], Publications Odos Panos, October 2007 (ISBN 978-960-8378-57-5).

B) Books in Process

  1. (English) Hope Fitz- Panos Eliopoulos (Editors), Ancient Greece and Ancient India: A comparison of their Philosophies, collective volume, Springer, Netherlands, 2016.

C) Journal Articles

  1. (Translated in Chinese) “Zeno of Citium and Zhuangzi on Virtue and Eudaimonia”. In the SHANGQIU NORMAL UNIVERSITY RESEARCH JOURNAL 商丘师范大学学报, Shangqiu- China, January-March 2015 (under publication).
  2. (In English) “Seneca on virtue as psychological therapy and the causes of passions”. In PHILOSOPHICAL INQUIRY, vol. 42, issue 1-2, Winter-Spring 2014 (under publication).
  3. (In Greek) “The mass man in Ortega y Gasset and in Seneca”. In the Philosophical Journal PHILOSOPHEIN, Winter 2014 (under publication).
  4. (In English) “Epicurus and Lucretius on the creation of the Cosmos”. In PHILOSOPHY AND COSMOLOGY, published by the International Society of Philosophy and Cosmology and the Ukrainian Philosophical Foundation, Kiev- Ukraine, vol. 14, 2015, pp. 248-254.
  5. (In English) “A critique from the stoic point of view regarding Otfried Höffe’s dilemma between happiness and morality”. In INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DECISION ETHICS, IX. 2, Summer 2014, New York, pp. 77-90.
  6. (In English) “Moral Values and Education in the Neohellenic Enlightenment”. In PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION, joint edition of the Karlova University (Prague) and the University of Novosibirsk, vol. VI, 2013, pp. 97-103.IV
  7. (In Greek) “The concept of Time in the refutation of Nicholas of Methone to the Elements of Theology of Proclus”. In the Journal of Medieval History and Civilization BYZANTINOS DOMOS, Stamoulis Publications, vol. 19-20-21, Thessaloniki, 2011- 2013, pp. 445- 455.
  8. (In Greek) “The Stoic Views on Education: Principles and Methods”. In the Philosophical Journal DIA-LOGOS, vol. 3, Athens 2013, pp. 46-57.
  9. (In English) “The Anti-Plato of Charles Baudelaire”. In DIALOGUE AND UNIVERSALISM, edition of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the European Society of Culture, issue 4/2013, pp. 173-180.
  10. (Translated in Russian) “Cтоический космополитизм как образ жизни”. In ФИЛОСОФСКИЕ НАУКИ (JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHICAL SCIENCES), n. 6, Moscow 2013, pp. 140-146. Soon to be re-published in English: “The Stoic Cosmopolitanism as a way of Life”. In DIALOGUE AND UNIVERSALISM, edition of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the European Society of Culture, Vol. XXIV, issue 3/2014, pp. 30-35.
  11. (In English) “Duties and the Political Education in Cicero”. In PHILOSOPHY AND EDUCATION (ФИЛОСОФИЯ ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ), University of Novosibirsk, No1, 46, 2013, pp. 87-93.
  12. (Translated in Azerbaijani) “Roma stoisizmində və dzen-buddizmdə təbiət və insan arasında əlaqə”. In FƏLSƏFƏ VƏ SOSIAL-SIYASI ELMLƏR (PHILOSOPHY AND POLITICAL SCIENCES), № 1, 33. Baku, Azerbaijan 2012, pp. 7-20. Re-published in English: “Man and Nature in Imperial Stoicism and Zen Buddhism”. In the collective volume THE BEING OF A HUMAN: THE PROBLEM OF THE UNITY IN DIVERSITY OF THE MODERN WORLD, Chelyabinsk University, Russia 2014.
  13. (In English) “The concept of friendship in the thought of the Stoic Seneca: Bridging the gap between individualities”. In the INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DECISION ETHICS, VIII. 2 (Spring 2012), pp. 131-151.
  14. (In Greek) “The distinction between Being and Not-Being in Plato’s Sophist”. In the Philosophical Journal PHILOSOPHEIN, vol. 5, January 2012, pp. 67-81.
  15. (In English) “The Irrational Self in the Fathers of the Philokalia and in the Zen Buddhist tradition”. In the JOURNAL OF INDIAN PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION, vol. 16, December 2011, pp. 154-173.
  16. (In Greek) “Eudaimonia as transcendence of pain in Cicero”. In the Philosophical Journal DIA￾LOGOS, vol. 1, Papazisis publications, Athens 2011, pp. 147-158. Re-published in the scientific Journal PAPYRI-DELTI, edition of the Academy of Institutions and Cultures, volume 3, 2014.
  17. (In English) “The concept of Non Violence in the Philosophy of the Imperial Stoa”. In PHILOSOPHY STUDY, vol. 1, no 1, June 2011, pp. 28-40.
  18. (In English) “The Transcendence of Fate in Plato and in the Stoic Seneca”. In the International Journal PHILOSOPHICAL INQUIRY, vol. 34, issue 1-2, Winter-Spring 2011, pp. 91-100.
  19. In English) “Aristotle and the Stoics on Friendship: Borderlessness, Hospitality and the community”. In ANNALES DE L’UNIVERSITÉ DE CRAIOVA, SÉRIE PHILOSOPHIE, no 27, 1/2011, pp. 5-19.
  20. (In Greek) “The interdependence between body and soul in Aristotle”. In PHILOSOPHIA KAI PAIDEIA, vol. 56, October-December 2010, pp. 16-20.
  21. (In Greek) “The poet as a being deprived of the Light and the case of Baudelaire”. In the Literary Journal ODOS PANOS, vol. 149, July-September 2010, pp. 109-115.
  22. (In English) “Ars Vitae in Iamblichus and in the Stoic Seneca”. In the Russian Philosophical Journal SCHOLE, vol. 4, issue 2/2010, pp. 210-219.
  23. (In Greek) “The Categories of Quantity, Quality and Relation in Aristotle”. In the philosophical Journal PHILOSOPHEIN. vol. 1, January 2010, pp. 50-62.
  24. (In Greek) “Destiny and tragic existence: Ancient Greece in the poetry of Giannis Ritsos”. In the Literary Journal ODOS PANOS, October-December 2009, vol. 146, pp. 88-93.
  25. (In Greek) “The psychology of the first Buddhism: soteriological and gnoseological parameters”. In CELESTIA, vol. III, October 2009, pp. 63-67.
  26. (In Greek) “Platonic Eros and the overwhelming power of the Beautiful”. In CELESTIA, vol. II, April 2009, pp. 50-59.V
  27. (In English) “The conflict between stoic reason and kierkegaardian faith: a social anagnosis”. In ANNALES DE L’UNIVERSITÉ DE CRAIOVA, SÉRIE PHILOSOPHIE, n. 24 (2/2009), pp. 164-177.
  28. (In Greek) “Mystery as an experience and as a quest in the poetry of John Keats”. In the Literary Journal ODOS PANOS, vol. 143, January-March 2009, pp. 88-91.
  29. (In Greek) “The concept of Desire in the Stoic Seneca and in St Paul”. In PHILOSOPHIA KAI PAIDEIA, vol. 49-50, September-December 2008, pp. 45-48.
  30. (In English): “The loss of Life in the existentialist outlook of Miguel de Unamuno and in the Ancient Greek tragedy”. In SKEPSIS. Issue XIX/ i-ii 2008, pp. 172-182.
  31. (In Greek): “Blood as a symbol in the poetry of Tasos Leivaditis”. In the Literary Journal ODOS PANOS, vol. 140, April-June 2008, pp. 3-7.
  32. (In English): “Eudaimonia in the theories of Soeren Kierkegaard and Gregory of Nyssa”. In the Russian Philosophical Journal SCHOLE, vol. 2, issue 1/2008, pp. 160-167.
  33. (In Greek): "The problem of Death in the thought of the Danish philosopher Soeren Kierkegaard". In the Literary Journal ODOS PANOS, vol. 139, January-March 2008, pp. 152-161.
  34. (In English): “Pierre Bayle and his ideas on religious toleration”. In SKEPSIS, XVIII/ i-ii 2007, pp. 48-57.
  35. (In Greek): "Criticism and Metaphysics. The Middle Way of Immanuel Kant". In the Journal of Culture and Art DIOTIMA, Vol. 2, Autumn 2005, pp. 73-79.

D) Papers in Proceedings & Collective Volumes

  1. (In Greek) “The Logocratic Ethics of the NeoHellenic Enlightenment: Pedagogic and Social Approaches”. In the Proceedings of the PanHellenic Conference of the Scientific Association of the Primary Teachers for the Proliferation of ICT in Education (New Pedagogue: Approaches in the educational process through the novelties of the pedagogic science), Athens 2015 (under publication).
  2. (In English) “The Epicurean Views on the Human Soul in Lucretius’ De Rerum Natura”. In the Proceedings of the Tenth World Congress of ISUD (The Human Being: Its Nature and Functions), edited by C. Vasillopulos - P. Eliopoulos, Dialogue and Universalism, Poland, 2015 (under publication).
  3. (In English) “Crisis and the Challenge for a Noble Life in Ortega y Gasset”. In the volume Philosophy and Crisis: Responding to Challenges to Ways of Life in the Contemporary World, of the series “Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change”, by The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy (RVP), Washington 2015 (under publication).
  4. (In Greek) “Logical distinctions and the development of critical thinking according to the Stoic Epictetus”. Proceedings of the 7 th Pan- Hellenic Conference of ELLIEPEK: Great Greek and Cypriot Pedagogues from the Antiquity till Today: Educational Contribution and Pedagogic Memory, organized by the Hellenic Institute of Applied Pedagogy and Education [ELLIEPEK] and the Maraslios Academy (Athens, 10-12 October 2014) (under publication).
  5. (In Greek) “Aristotle and Wittgenstein: Prerequisites for a Pedagogy of Critical Thinking”. Proceedings of the 9 th Pan-Hellenic Conference of the Greek Educational Society, organized by the Greek Educational Society and the School of Pedagogy of the University of Macedonia (Florina-Greece, 28-30 November 2014) (under publication).
  6. (In English and Russian) “The Interpretation of Human Nature in the Context of Stoic Ethics: a Basis for Humanism”. Proceedings of the International Conference of the State University of Moscow, the Federal University of Kazan, the Academy of Sciences of Republic of Tatarstan, and the Institute of Philosophy of National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Belarus: II Sadykov Readings: Social Philosophy- Russian XXth century philosophy, (Kazan, Russia, 24-25 October 2014) (under publication).
  7. (Translated in Hungarian) “Arisztoteliánus és sztoikus elgondolások a barátság témájában: a kiváló közösség toposza”. In the Proceedings of the Pecs Conference on The Ethics of Hospitality, Jelenkor, Budapest 2014 (under publication).VI
  8. (In Greek) “The humanitarian good in the pedagogic praxis and the antinomies of the modern school”. In the Proceedings of the 8 th Pan-Hellenic Conference of the Greek Educational Society, (Ioannina, 2-4 November 2012) (under publication).
  9. (In Greek) “The moral bond between hegemon and citizen in Cicero’s De Officiis”. In the collective volume: M. Veneti & K. Boudouris (eds.), Issues of Relations in Politics, Finance, and Environmental Philosophy, Ionia, Athens 2014, pp. 91-100.
  10. (In Greek) “Phenomenological and Axiological Theorization of the Concept of Eros in Ortega y Gasset”. In the collective volume: M. Veneti & K. Boudouris (eds.), Issues of Relations in Politics, Finance, and Environmental Philosophy, Ionia, Athens 2014, pp. 101-112.
  11. (In Greek) “The Greek Thought in the background of the great movements for education and social liberation”. In the Proceedings of the 1 st Conference of the Academy of Institutions and Cultures on the subject: “Rigas Feraios, Ioannis Kapodistrias, Fransisco de la Miranda. Greek Thought in the self institution of societies, in the Enlightenment and in Knowledge” (Athens, 28 December 2011), Thessaloniki 2013, pp. 222-227.
  12. (In English) “The Relation between Truth and Democracy: Principles for an Effective Interaction”. In Olympic and Elian Dialogues (Proceedings of the Ninth World Congress of ISUD), ed. L. Bargeliotes- K. Wang, XXII/iii-2012, pp. 399-410.
  13. (In English) “Stereotypes and the stoic perspective”. In Dialogue Among Cultures: Peace, Justice and Harmony (proceedings of ISUD 8 th World Congress), edited by Keping Wang, Foreign Language Press, Beijing 2012, pp. 146-162.
  14. (In Greek) “Moral language and communication in the school environment”. In the Proceedings of the 7 th Pan-Hellenic Conference of the Greek Educational Society on the subject: “Greek Pedagogical and Educational Research”, Rethymno, Crete, 19-21 November 2010. Edited by Malafantis, Andreadakis, Karagiorgos, Manolitsis, Oikonomidis. vols. I & II, Diadrasi Publishing, pp. 451-459.
  15. (In Greek) “True Eudaimonia according to the Greek Enlightener Athanassios Psalidas”. In the Proceedings of the 20 th International Symposium of Philosophy in Ancient Olympia (2-7 August 2009) on the subject: “Greek and European Enlightenment”. Publication of OCPC, Pyrgos 2011, pp. 73-80.
  16. (In Greek) “Nature in its realisation by the Stoic sage and the sage of Taoism”. In the Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium of Philosophy in Ancient Olympia (8-12 August 2008) on the subject: “Ecology and Ethics in the age of Globalization”. Publication of the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC), Pyrgos 2009, pp. 154-165.
  17. (In Greek): “The influence of the Internet on the moral and the aesthetic language”. In the Written discourse in the Internet: presence, influences and evolution of the Greek language, published by EKDDA, Athens 2008, pp. 1-16.

E) Editorials

  1. “Religion and Science: the limits of their antipraxis”. In Celestia, vol. III, October 2009, p. 2.
  2. “Eros”. In Celestia, vol. II, April 2009, pp. 3-4.
  3. “Fate and Free Will”. In Celestia, vol. I, November 2008, p. 3.

F) Book Reviews

  1. Christopher Vasillopulos, “Heirs to Freedom”, Dogear Publishing, 2014. In the Jung Journal (under publication).
  2. Christopher Vasillopulos, “The triumph of hate: The political theology of the Hitler movement”, University Press of America, Lanham 2012. In the Journal of the South African Society for Greek Philosophy and the Humanities Phronimon, vol. 14 (2) 2013, pp. 101-104.
  3. Panagiotis Damaskos, “Social and Political Philosophy”. In the Journal of Philosophy Philosophein, vol. 6, July 2012, pp. 176-178.
  4. [Foreword] Martha Beck, Interpreting Aeschylus’ Agamemnon through the categories of Aristotle: How Greek Tragedy shaped ethical citizens, Edwin Mellen Press, New York 2011.VII
  5. Dimitris Lambrellis, “The Blood of Dreams”. In the national newspaper Eleftherotypia, 2 nd October 2010, p. 11.
  6. Spyros Tsitsigkos, “Religion and Science”. In Celestia, vol. III, October 2009, pp. 155-156.
  7. Christos Evangeliou, “Mousa Glikofilousa” (poetry collection). In Celestia, vol. II, April 2009, pp. 119-120.

G) Interviews

  1. From the Professor of Philosophy at the Panteion University of Greece, Dimitris Lamprellis. In Celestia, vol. III, October 2009, pp. 102-106.
  2. From the novelist Vassilis Vassilikos. In Celestia, vol. III, October 2009, pp. 147-149.
  3. From the Greek Poet Antonis Fostieris. In Celestia, vol. II, April 2009, pp. 88-92.
  4. From the theatrologist, philosopher and professor in the University of Athens Chara Bakonikola. In Celestia, vol. II, April 2009, pp. 34-38.
  5. From the Greek Poet Giorgos Chronas. In Celestia, vol. I, November 2008, pp. 151-154.

H) Poetry in Literary Journals

  1. Two poems: "Metamorphosis" and "Beginning of Autumn". In the Review of Thought, Philosophy and Art YFOS, vol. 35, April-June 2009, pp. 57-58.
  2. Poetic Parabole: “A short-phrased and dilative elegy on the ambiguous perimeter of an imminent travel”. In the Literary Journal ODOS PANOS, vol. 144, April- June 2009, pp. 103-104.
  3. One poem: “Wreck survivors”. In the Literary Journal LEXI, vol. 197, June-September 2008, p. 449.
  4. One poem: “Helper of the Invisible”. In the Literary Journal AIOLIKA GRAMMATA, vol. 229, January-February 2008, p. 24.
  5. One poem: “The Bite of Time”. In the Journal of Letters and Fine Arts SYNCHRONI SKEPSI, vol. 62, November-December 2007, p. 3.
  6. Three poems: "The Light covered us", "Pictures", "Reverse Reality". In the Literary Journal of Greek and foreign Poetry DELEAR, Vol. 10, November 2007.
  7. Three poems: "Made of Trees", "Feast of Old people", "Selanna". In the Literary Journal ODOS PANOS, volume 134, October-December 2006, pp. 134-135.

I) Translations

  1. John Anton, Greece, Germany and the complex issue of war reparations. In the Journal EPIKAIRA, (under publication).
  2. Michael Charles Tobias, “Kazantzakis, Crete and Biodiversity”, in the book Kazantzakis and Nature, ed. Thanasis Maskaleris, Kazantzakis Publications, Athens (under publication).

J) Edited Volumes

  1. Nikos Batsioulas, Rome: Marcius, (history novel) N&S Batsioulas Publications, Athens 2011.
  2. Dimitris Batsioulas, O Kapetan Paralis, (history novel) N&S Batsioulas Publications, Athens 2011.
  3. Georgios Nasainas, Teacher Training in the context of Lifelong education, N&S Batsioulas Publications, Athens 2010.

K) Known Citations

  1. The Philosopher’s Index, 2013: On my article “The Relation between Truth and Democracy: Principles for an Effective Interaction”.
  2. Aikaterini Karakatsani, “The Greek Odes of John Keats”. In Celestia, volume 3, November 2009, pp. 142-146, footnote 15.

MASTER THESES DIRECTED

  1. Aikaterini Mitsakou, The concept of individuality in Soeren Kierkegaard, 2014 (University of Peloponnese). Supervisor.
  2. Ioanna Zarogkika, The Will and Human Freedom in Schopenhauer, 2014 (University ofVIII Peloponnese). Supervisor.
  3. Georgia Papoulia, Eros and Philia in the Platonic Dialogues Lysis, Symposium and Phaedrus, 2014 (University of Peloponnese). Supervisor.
  4. Baka Vasso, The meaning of life in the philosophy of Martin Heidegger, 2014 (University of Peloponnese). Supervisor.
  5. Frangou Iliana, God’s Death in Nietzsche: Moral Repercussions, 2014 (University of Peloponnese). Co- supervisor.
  6. Koukouma Maria, Pedagogic Approaches in the work of Karl Jaspers, 2014 (University of Peloponnese). Co- supervisor.

GRANTS AND RESEARCH PROJECTS

  1. Stavros Niarchos Foundation: Member of the international team of several universities around the world (from Greece, Belgium, Australia, South Africa, Ukraine) that received financial support for the years 2015-2018 for the research project: THE DIGITAL CARTOGRAPHY OF THE ECUMENICAL HELLENISM. Project management: University of Macedonia.

CONFERENCES AND LECTURES

A) Papers and Speeches

  1. 2015: Athens- Greece, 23-24 May. Pan-Hellenic Conference of the Scientific Association of the Primary Teachers for the Proliferation of ICT in Education on the subject: “New Pedagogue: Approaches in the educational process through the novelties of the pedagogic science”. Title of my paper: “The Logocratic Ethics of the NeoHellenic Enlightenment: Pedagogic and Social Approaches”.
  2. 2014: Florina-Greece, 28-30 November. The 9 th Pan-Hellenic Conference of the Greek Educational Society, organized by the Greek Educational Society and the School of Pedagogy of the University of Macedonia. Title of my paper: “Aristotle and Wittgenstein. Prerequisites for a Pedagogy of Critical Thinking”.
  3. 2014: Kazan, Russia, 24-25 October. International Conference of the Federal University of Kazan, the Academy of Sciences of Republic of Tatarstan, and the Institute of Philosophy of National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Belarus on the subject: “II Sadykov Readings: Social Philosophy- Russian XXth century philosophy”. Title of my paper: “The Interpretation of Human Nature in the Context of Stoic Ethics: a Basis for Humanism”.
  4. 2014: Athens, Greece, 10-12 October. The 7 th Pan- Hellenic Conference of ELLIEPEK: Great Greek and Cypriot Pedagogues from the Antiquity till Today: Educational Contribution and Pedagogic Memory, organized by the Hellenic Institute of Applied Pedagogy and Education [ELLIEPEK] and the Maraslios Academy. Title of my paper: “Logical distinctions and the development of critical thinking according to the Stoic Epictetus”.
  5. 2014: Craiova, Romania, 4-9 July. Tenth World Congress on the subject: “The Human Being: Its Nature and Functions”, organized by the International Society for Universal Dialogue (ISUD) and the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of the University of Craiova. Title of my paper: “The Epicurean Views on the Human Soul in Lucretius’ De Rerum Natura”.
  6. 2014: Thessaloniki, Greece, 15-17 June. 1 st International Hellenic Chinese Conference of Philosophy on the subject: “Virtue and Happiness in the East and the West”, organized by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki-Greece and the Qufu Normal University of China. Title of my paper: “Zeno of Citium and Zhuangzi on virtue and eudaimonia”.
  7. 2013: Athens, Greece, 4-10 August. World Philosophy Congress (23 th ) on the subject: “Philosophy as Inquiry and Way of Life”, organized by the Fédération Internationale des Sociétés de Philosophie (FISP). Title of my paper: “Passions and individual responsibility in Seneca”.
  8. 2013: Ιoannina, Greece, 28-30 July. International Conference of Philosophy on the subject: “Philosophy and Crisis: Responding to challenges to ways of life in the Contemporary World”, organized by the School of Philosophy of the University of Ioannina and the Council for Research in Values and Philosophy. Τitle of my paper: “Crisis and the Challenge for a Noble life in Ortega y Gasset”.IX
  9. 2013: Pécs, Hungary, 13-14 Μay. Closed scholar meeting (under invitation) on the subject: “The Political Philosophy of Otfried Höffe”, organized by the University of Pecs (Pécsi Tudományetgyetem). Title of my paper: “A Stoic Critique on Höffe’s Can Virtue Make Us Happy?”.
  10. 2013: Thessaloniki, Greece, 18-20 January. Pan-Hellenic Conference of Philosophy on the subject: “Speech, Communication, and Power: Massive Image and Global Processes” organized by the University of Thessaloniki and the University of Macedonia. Title of my paper: “The mass man in Seneca and in Ortega y Gasset”.
  11. 2012: Ioannina, Greece, 2-4 November. 8 th Pan-Hellenic Conference on the subject: “Greek Pedagogic Research”, organized by the Hellenic Educational Society at the Department of Education Sciences of the University of Ioannina. Title of my paper: «The humanitarian good in the educational praxis and the antinomies of the modern school».
  12. 2012: Pythagoreion-Samos, Greece, 17-22 July. 24 th International Conference of Philosophy on the subject: “The Philosophy of Inter-Human Relations and the Relations with Other Natural Beings in the Global Era”, organised by the International Association of Greek Philosophy (IAGP). Title of my paper: “Phenomenological and Axiological Theorization of the Concept of Eros in Ortega y Gasset”.
  13. 2012: Ancient Olympia-Elis, Greece, 22-27 June. 9 th Biannual ISUD World Congress, on the subject: “Democratic Culture: Historical Reflections and Modern Transformations”, organized by the International Society for Universal Dialogue (ISUD). Title of my paper: “The relation between Truth and Democracy: Principles for an Effective Interaction”.
  14. 2011: New York, U.S.A., 21-23 October. 29 th International Conference of Philosophy organized by the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP) and the Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy & Science (SSIPS). Title of my paper: “Seneca on virtue as psychological therapy and the causes of passions”.
  15. 2011: Ancient Olympia, Greece, 22-27 July. 22 nd International Symposium of Philosophy on the subject: “Philosophy and Education”, organized by the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC). Title of my paper: “The Stoic views on Paideia”.
  16. 2011: Vouliagmeni-Athens, Greece, 17-22 July. 23rd International Conference of Philosophy on the subject: “Philosophy, Politics and Economics in the Global Era”, organized by the International Association of Greek Philosophy (IAGP). Title of my paper: «The moral bond between hegemon and citizen in Cicero’s De Officiis».
  17. 2011: Athens, 28 December. 1 st Conference on the subject: “Rigas Feraios, Ioannis Kapodistrias, Fransisco de la Miranda. Greek Thought in the self institution of societies, in the Enlightenment and in Knowledge”, organized by the Academy of Institutions and Cultures. Title of my paper: “The Greek Thought in the background of the great movements for education and social liberation”.
  18. 2010: Rethymno, Crete, Greece, 19-21 November. 7 th Pan-Hellenic Conference of Paedagogics on the subject: “Educational Innovations”, organised by the Pedagogical Association of Greece (PEE). Title of my paper: “Moral language and communication in the classroom”.
  19. 2010: Pyrgos-Ancient Olympia, Greece 25-29 July. 21 st International Symposium of Philosophy on the subject: “Plato, Platonism and the Moderns”, organized by the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC). Title of my paper: “Being and Not being in Plato’s Sophist”.
  20. 2010: Ancient Olympia and Pyrgos, 25-29 July. 5 th International Bilingual Seminar of Philosophy and Culture on the subject: “Plato and the Arts”, organised by the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC). Title of my paper: “The anti-Plato of Charles Baudelaire”.
  21. 2010: Kalamata, Greece, 16-22 July. 22 nd International Conference of Philosophy on the subject: “The philosophy of the environment: Nature and crucial environmental issues in the 21st century”, organized by the International Association of Greek Philosophy (IAGP). Title of my paper: «The relation between Nature and man in the Imperial Stoicism and in Zen Buddhism».
  22. 2010: Beijing, China, 2-7 July. 8 th Biannual International Philosophical Conference on the subject: “Dialogue among Cultures: Peace, Justice and Harmony”, organized by the International Society for Universal Dialogue (ISUD). Title of my paper: “Stereotypes and the Stoic Perspective”.X
  23. 2010: Vaasa, Finland, 27-28 May. International Conference on the subject: “Philosophy and Literature”, organized by the Center for Spirituality, Ethics and Global Awareness and the University of Vaasa. Title of my paper: “The Path of Passion in Seneca’s Phaedra”.
  24. 2009: Kolkata, India, 28-30 December. International Interdisciplinary Conference on the subject: “Spirituality, Morality and Social Justice: East and West”, organised by the Society for Indian Philosophy and Culture and by the Center for Spirituality, Ethics and Global Awareness. Title of my paper: “The conflict between stoic reason and kierkegaardian faith: a social anagnosis”.
  25. 2009: New York, U.S.A., 16-18 October. 27 th annual Conference of Philosophy organized by the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP) and the Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science (SSIPS). Title of my paper: “The concept of ‘Philia’ in the thought of the Stoic Seneca: bridging the gap between individualities”.
  26. 2009: Ancient Olympia, Greece, 4-7 August. 20 th International Symposium of Philosophy on the subject: “Enlightenment in the Greek and in the European Tradition”, organized by the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC) and the Prefecture of Elis. Title of my paper: “True Eudaimonia according to the Greek Enlightener Athanassios Psalidas”.
  27. 2009: Kalamata, Greece, 28 June. Philosophical Annual Meeting on the subject: “St Paul’ philosophical & theological thought VI”, organized by the International Centre of the Philosophy of History and Culture. Title of my paper: “Providence and Heimarmene in the Stoic Philosophy”.
  28. 2009: Krakow, Poland, 18-21 June. 7 th Annual ISNS Philosophical Conference on the subject: “Platonism and Neo-Platonism”, organized by the International Society of Neoplatonic Studies and the Jesuit University of Philosophy and Education “Ignatianum”. Title of my paper: “The transcendence of Fate in Plato and Seneca”.
  29. 2009: Elkins WV, USA, 17-18 April. International Interdisciplinary Conference on the subject: “Human Rights, International Law & Collective Violence”, organized by the Center for Spirituality, Ethics and Global Awareness. Title of my paper: “The concept of non violence in the Philosophy of the Imperial Stoa”.
  30. 2009: Athens, Greece, 8-10 March. Philosophical Conference on the subject: “Iamblichus: His sources and influence”, organized by the Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens, the Centre for Ancient Philosophy and the Classical Tradition (Novosibirsk, Russia). Title of my paper: “Ars Vitae in Iamblichus and in the Stoic Seneca”.
  31. 2009: Kolkata, India, 6-9 January 2009. International Interdisciplinary Conference on the subject: “Self, Identity and Culture: East and West”, organized by the Society for Indian Philosophy and Culture and by the Center for Spirituality, Ethics and Global Awareness. Title of my paper: “The Irrational Self in the Fathers of the Philokalia and in the Zen Buddhist tradition”.
  32. 2008: Tripolis, Greece, 29-30 November. 2 nd Symposium of Philosophy on the subject: "Ethics and Politics", organized by the International Scientific Association of Ancient Greek Philosophy in collaboration with the Library of Philosophy of the Philosophical School of the University of Athens, the Municipality of Tripoli and the Prefecture of Arcadia. Title of my paper: “The ideal of the Prince in the moral and political thought of Cicero and Marcus Aurelius”.
  33. 2008: Patras, Greece, 20 September and Athens, Greece, 20 June. Seminars on the subject: “Written discourse in the Internet: presence, influences and evolution of the Greek language”, organized by EKDDA. Title of my paper: “The influence of the Internet on the moral and the aesthetic language”.
  34. 2008: Ancient Olympia, Greece, 8-12 August, 19 th International Symposium of Philosophy on the subject: “Ecology and Ethics in the age of Globalization”, organised by the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC) and the Prefecture of Elis. Title of my paper: “Nature in its realisation by the Stoic sage and the sage of Taoism”.
  35. 2008: Arfara, Greece, 30 June. Philosophical Seminar on the subject: “The influence of St Paul in the Theological and Philosophical thought”, organized by the International Centre of the Philosophy of History and Culture. Title of my paper: “The concept of Desire in the Stoic Seneca and in St Paul”.
  36. 2008: Methoni, Greece, 1-2 June. Philosophical Conference on the subject: “Neo-Platonism and Theology in Byzantium”, organised by the International Scientific Association of Ancient GreekXI Philosophy in collaboration with the Municipality of Methoni. Title of my paper: “The concept of Time in the antiresis of Nicolaus of Methoni against Proclus”.
  37. 2008 Messini, Greeece, 17-18 May. Philosophical Conference on the subject: “Values and Society”. Organised by the International Scientific Association of Ancient Greek Philosophy in collaboration with the Municipality of Messini. Title of my paper: “Moral values as an educational parameter in the Neo-Hellenic Enlightenment”.
  38. 2008: Arfara, Greece, 30 March. Philosophical Conference on the subject: “Plato-Aristotle and Education”, organised by the Association for the promotion of Philosophy in Education and by the International Scientific Association of Ancient Greek Philosophy. Title of my paper: “Platonic Eros and Education”.
  39. 2007: Τripolis, Greece, 24-25 November. 1st Conference of Philosophy on the subject: "The Crisis of Values in Politics, Education and Society", organized by the Library of Philosophy of the Philosophical School of the University of Athens, the International Scientific Association of Ancient Greek Philosophy and the Prefecture of Arcadia in the Cultural Centre of the Municipality of Tripolis. Title of my paper: "Re-approaching current values via the moral￾practical conception of the New-Hellenic Enlightenment".
  40. 2007: Pyrgos-Ancient Olympia, 4-7 August. 2nd Bilingual International Seminar on the subject: "Religion and Ancient Greek Tragedy", organized by the Olympic Centre of Philosophy and Culture (OCPC). Title of my paper: "The loss of life in the existentialist outlook of Miguel de Unamuno and in the Ancient Greek Tragedy".
  41. 2007: Pyrgos-Ancient Olympia, 30 July-3 August. 18th International Symposium on the subject: "Religion and Science", organized by the Olympic Centre of Philosophy and Culture (OCPC). Title of my paper: "Pierre Bayle and his ideas on Religious Toleration".
  42. 2007: Athens, Greece, 1 Μarch. Seminar organized by the Philosophical School of the University of Athens in the Cultural Centre of the Municipality of Athens. Title of my paper: "The relation between soul and body in the Stoic Philosophy".
  43. 2006: Αncient Olympia, 6-13 August. 1st Bilingual International Seminar on the subject: "Eudaimonia in the Greek philosophical and cultural tradition", organized by the Olympic Centre of Philosophy and Culture (OCPC). Title of my paper: "Eudaimonia in the theories of Soeren Kierkegaard and Gregory of Nyssa".

B) Lectures and Invitations

  1. 2015: Eastern Connecticut, U.S.A., 19 February. Lecture (after invitation) on the issue of “Comparing Philosophies: Taoism and Stoicism” at the State University of Eastern Connecticut (USA), at the Department of Political Science, Philosophy and Geography.
  2. 2014: Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.A., 19 th March. Lecture, at the College of Arts and Letters of the Old Dominion University, on the subject: “The interpretation of Human Nature in the context of Stoic Ethics: a Basis for Humanism”. I also taught a class of students at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies on the issue: “Aristotle on Virtue and Eudaimonia”.
  3. 2013: Kazan, Tartarstan, Russia, 26-27 Αpril. Keynote speaker on the issue “The Stoic Cosmopolitanism as a way of life” at the Conference “Towards the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy”, organized by the Kazan State Power Engineering University, Department of Philosophy.
  4. 2012: Patras, Greece, 14 November. Lecture (after invitation) on the issue “The concept of ‘secundum naturam vivere’ in the Stoic Seneca” at the University of Patras-Greece, at the Department of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
  5. 2012: Tolo, Argolis, Greece, 8 January. Lecture as a guest lecturer on the issue “Introduction to Stoicism” for the course “Ancient Greek Philosophy and Literature”, during the visit of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies of the Pace University of New York in Tolo.
  6. 2011: Eastern Connecticut, U.S.A., 20 October. Lecture (after invitation) on the issue of “Philosophical underpinnings of the concept of the just war” at the State University of Eastern Connecticut (USA), at the Departments of International Relations and Political Philosophy.
  7. 2011: Rhodes, Greece, 25 May. Lecture (after invitation) on the issue of “The influences of theXII language of the Internet on moral and aesthetic communication”, at the Aegean University, Rhodes-Greece, Department of Pedagogy, Postgraduate programme.
  8. 2010: Pecs, Hungary, 3-6 November. Lecture (after invitation) on the subject: “Aristotelian and Stoic Notions in the issue of Friendship: the Topos of the excellent community” at the University of Pecs, in the framework of the celebration of the East-West Passage 2010, Pecs, Cultural Capital of Europe.
  9. 2009: Eastern Connecticut, U.S.A., 14-15 April. A) Two-day lecture on the subject: “Human Rights and collaborative violence” at the departments of International Relations and Political Philosophy at the State University of Eastern Connecticut as a visiting scholar, after the invitation of the University, and B) round table discussion on the same subject at the annual meeting of The Peace and Human Rights Committee.

C) Round Table Discussions

  1. 2013: Αthens, 4-10 August. Round table discussion on the subject: “From Humanism to Meta-, Post- and Transhumanism?” in the context of the World Conference of Philosophy, organized by FISP. Title of my paper: “Logos, virtue and the human nature in Stoicism”.
  2. 2013: Αthens, 4-10 August. Round table discussion on the subject: “Ancient Greece and Ancient India: A comparison of their philosophies and cultures”, in the context of the World Conference of Philosophy, organized by FISP. Title of my paper: “The Stoic Philanthropy and the Buddhist Compassion: the Other Pole of Wisdom”.
  3. 2013: Αthens, 4-10 August. Round table discussion of the International Society for Universal Dialogue (ISUD), on the subject: “Dialogue among Cultures as a Philosophical Way of Life”, in the context of the World Conference of Philosophy, organized by FISP.
  4. 2010: Ancient Olympia, 25-29 July. Round table discussion on the subject “Plato and the Arts”, organized in the context of the 21 st International Symposium of Philosophy by the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC).
  5. 2010: Beijing, China, 2-7 July. Round table discussion on the subject: «East and West: Ethical Problems» organized in the context of the 8 th International Congress of the International Society for Universal Dialogue (ISUD).
  6. 2009: Kolkata, India, 28-30 December. Round table discussion on the subject: “Spirituality, Morality and Social Justice: East and West”, organized in the context of the International Interdisciplinary Conference of the Society for Indian Philosophy and Culture and the Center for Spirituality, Ethics and Global Awareness.
  7. 2009: Ancient Olympia, 2-7 August. Round table discussion on the subject “Neo Hellenic Enlightenment”, organized within the framework of the 20 th International Symposium of Philosophy by the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC).
  8. 2009: Athens, 24 June. Member of the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC) committee in the meeting with philosophers from the University of Beijing and the Chinese Embassy on the subjects: Α) The influence of the Greek culture on the political systems of modern capitalist countries. Β) The differences between the eastern and western cultures. C) Identification or conflict of cultures in the context of globalization.

D) Organisation of Conferences

  1. 2014: Craiova, Romania 4-9 July. Congress coordinator, Reviewer and Member of the Organizing Committee of the 10 th World Congress of the International Society for Universal Dialogue (ISUD), on the subject “The Human Being: Its Nature and Functions”.
  2. 2013: Illinois, U.S.A., 4-5 October. Member of the Advisory Board of the International Interdisciplinary Conference on the subject: “Law, Culture and Morality: East and West”, organized by the University of Illinois, the Society for Indian Philosophy and Culture and by the Institute of Cross-Cultural Studies and Academic Exchange.
  3. 2013: Athens, 4-10 August. Οrganizer of the round table discussion panel of the International Society of Universal Dialogue on the subject: “Dialogue among Cultures as a Philosophical Way of Life”, during the World Conference of Philosophy, organized by FISP.XIII
  4. 2013: Athens, 4-10 August. Οrganizer of the round table discussion panel on the subject: “Ancient Greece and Ancient India: A comparison of their philosophies and cultures”, during the World Conference of Philosophy, organized by FISP.
  5. 2013: Athens, 4-10 August. Οrganizer of the round table discussion panel on the subject: “From Humanism to Meta-, Post- and Transhumanism?”, during the World Conference of Philosophy, organized by FISP.
  6. 2013: Kolkata, India, 3-5 January. Member of the Advisory Board of the International Interdisciplinary Conference on the subject: “Knowledge, Reality and Value: East and West”, organized by the Society for Indian Philosophy and Culture and the Center for Spirituality, Ethics and Global Awareness.
  7. 2012: Ancient Olympia, Greece 22-27 July. Review panel coordinator and Site coordinator of the 9 th World Congress of the International Society for Universal Dialogue (ISUD), on the subject “Democratic Culture: Historic Reflections and Modern Transformations”.
  8. 2010: Ancient Olympia, 25-29 July 2010. Member of the organizing and coordinating committees of the 5 th Bilingual Seminar of Philosophy on the subject: “Plato and the Arts”, organized by the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC).
  9. 2010: New Delhi India, 21-22 July. Member of the Advisory Board of the International Interdisciplinary Conference on the subject: “Language, Culture and Civilization: East and West”, organized by the Society for Indian Philosophy and Culture and the Center for Spirituality, Ethics and Global Awareness.
  10. 2010: Vaasa, Finland, 27-28 May. Member of the Advisory Board of the International Interdisciplinary Conference on the subject: “Philosophy and Literature”, organized by the Society for Indian Philosophy and Culture and the University of Vaasa.
  11. 2009: Kolkata, India, 28-30 December. Member of the Advisory Board of the International Interdisciplinary Conference on the subject: “Spirituality, Morality and Social Justice: East and West”, organized by the Society for Indian Philosophy and Culture and the Center for Spirituality, Ethics and Global Awareness.
  12. 2009: Ancient Olympia, 7 August. Organizer and Coordinator of the International Poetry Meeting on the subject “Ancient Greece in Modern Poetry” that took place in with the participation of personalities from literature and philosophy during the 20 th International Symposium of Philosophy, organised by the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC).
  13. 2009: Ancient Olympia, 2-7. August. Co-organizer of the 4th Bilingual Seminar of Philosophy on the subject: “Ancient Greek Culture as source of inspiration for modern artistic creation” under the aegis of the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC) and the Prefecture of Elis.
  14. 2009: Co-organizer of the 20 th International Symposium of Philosophy on the subject: “Enlightenment in the Greek and in the European Tradition” under the aegis of the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC) and the Prefecture of Elis, on 2-7 August 2009.
  15. 2009: Tripoli, Greece, 13 June. Organizer and Coordinator of the Conference of Astronomy, organized by the University of Athens, the Greek Association of Astronomy and the Space Observatory of Athens.
  16. 2008: Tripolis, 29-30 November. Organizer and Coordinator as well as a member of the Scientific Organising Committee of the Conference of Philosophy on the subject: “Ethics and Politics”, under the aegis of the Prefecture of Arcadia and the Municipality of Tripolis, organized by the Library of Philosophy of the Philosophical School of the University of Athens and the International Scientific Association of Ancient Greek Philosophy.
  17. 2008: Ancient Olympia, 8-12 August 2008. Organizer and Coordinator of the International Poetry Meeting on the subject “Nature in Poetry: East and West” with the participation of personalities from literature and philosophy within the 19 th International Symposium of Philosophy, organised by the Olympic Centre for Philosophy and Culture (OCPC).
  18. 2008: Messini, Greece, 17-18 May. Organizer and Coordinator and a member of the Scientific Organising Committee of the Philosophical Conference on the subject: “Are there any values left today in Politics, Society and Education?”, under the aegis of the Municipality of Messini, organized by the International Scientific Association of Ancient Greek Philosophy,XIV
  19. 2007: Tripolis, Greece, 24-25 November 2007. Organizer and Coordinator as well as a member of the Scientific Organising Committee of the Conference of Philosophy on the subject: “The crisis of values on Politics, Society and Education”, under the aegis of the Prefecture of Arcadia and the Municipality of Tripolis, organized by the Library of Philosophy of the Philosophical School of the University of Athens and the International Scientific Association of Ancient Greek Philosophy.

SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS

  1. Chief Editor of the electronic scientific Journal for the Humanities PAPYRI & DELTI, ISSN 2241- 5106 (http://www.academy.edu.gr/index.php/en/scientific-reviews/papyri).
  2. Member of the Editorial Board and Reviewer for the Journal PHILOSOPHY STUDY, David Publishing Company (Illinois, USA, ISSN 2159-5313).
  3. Member of the Editorial Board and Reviewer for the JOURNAL OF RESEARCH ON CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY, Longbridge Publishing Company (Hong Kong, ISSN 1998-2607).
  4. Member of the Editorial Board for the Journal PHILOSOPHY AND COSMOLOGY, published by the International Society of Philosophy and Cosmology and by the Ukrainian Philosophical Foundation, in Kiev- Ukraine (ISSN 2307- 3705).
  5. Deputy Editor of the scientific Journal STOA OF SCIENCES (Greece).
  6. Reviewer for the Journal of Sociology SOCIOLOGY STUDY (California, USA, ISSN 2159-5526).
  7. Reviewer for the Greek Journal of Pedagogic Science NEOS PAIDAGOGOS (http://www.neospaidagogos.gr/periodiko/index.html)
  8. Reviewer for the papers of the PanHellenic conference of NEOS PAIDAGOGOS “Education in the Era of ICT”, Athens- Greece, November 2015.
  9. Reviewer for the European Journal of Philosophy DIALOGUE AND UNIVERSALISM (Poland, ISSN 1234-5792).
  10. Editor of the biannual Greek Journal of Philosophy, Education and Arts CELESTIA (volumes I, II & III) [Greece, ISSN 1791-6925].

MEMBERSHIP IN ORGANISATIONS

  1. Vice President of the International Society of Universal Dialogue (ISUD).
  2. Vice President of the Scientific Council of the Academy of Institutions and Cultures (AIC).
  3. Member of the board of directors of the “International Scientific Association of Ancient Greek Philosophy” (2007-2010).
  4. Member of the Advisory Board of the Institute for Cross Cultural Studies and Academic Exchange.
  5. Member of the American “Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy” (SAGP).
  6. Member of the “International Association of Greek Philosophy” (IAGP).
  7. International Associate of the American Philosophical Association (APA).
  8. Member of the Greek Philosophical Society.
  9. Member of the Hellenic Society of Ethics.

DISSERTATION ABSTRACT:

THE MORAL PHILOSOPHY IN THE WORK OF SENECA

The thesis consists of contents, foreword, abbreviations, introduction, three parts, conclusion, bibliography, index nominum and index verborum. In the introduction (pp. 10-26) the author defines the main parameters of Stoic philosophy, regarding issues of logic, nature and ethics, but also briefly examines specific concepts such as the Heimarmene, Logos, Virtue (arete), Eudemonia, etc, so as to demarcate the context of Seneca’s views as well as the theoretical setting inside which his thought is developed. In the introduction there is found reference to Seneca’s biography as well as to his philosophical goals. The author, all in all, uses the analytical method. Further, he assessesXV the pre-existing bibliography and the related studies of the past and, thus, proceeds to define the originality of his thesis in the absence of any former book on the issue of the moral philosophy of Seneca, in the adoption of more recent hermeneutical schemata from the fields of philosophy and psychology, evaluating the absence of anterior bibliography through the international database of L'Année Philologique.

Having clarified, in the previous chapters of his thesis, the partial differentiations of Seneca from the rest of the Stoics, in issues such as apathy, the autonomy of certain emotions, good and evil, virtue, eudemonia, etc, in the conclusion the author gives emphasis on the assimilation of the concept of “dignitas” in the main corpus of the stoic terminology. Particular attention, in consequence, is paid to the fact that the Roman Stoic revivifies the classical doctrines of his School, making innovative responses to older problematic areas of the stoic thought, and contributes to the necessary evolution of the Stoic philosophy. In this context, the author gives a negative answer to the hypothesis of Seneca’s eclecticism. Moreover, he connects will (voluntas) with the moral responsibility each man assumes in the events of his life, he elucidates certain aspects of Seneca’s views but also of the historical era, and provides information, which is essential for the continuation of the research on the Roman Stoic’s philosophy. In his concluding remarks, the author evidently shows that, while for Seneca a certain teleology is not essential (one that would answer to the dilemma of the immortality of the soul), still the sage is defined as the human being who overcomes death, through his absence of fear, as well as anything else which is considered to be an evil by the majority of the people. This turn to the nucleus of the Being, that each man separately is, in his deepest interiority, highlights this theorization as an individualistic one, but simultaneously, by means of the active participation of the sage in the work of wisdom and in the mission of therapy of the other people who are not yet sages, reconciles it with the social reality.

 


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