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CHRYSIS ALEXANDROS

Title/academic status: Professor

Sector: General Sociology

Academic field: Philosophy of History and History of Ideas

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Phone: 210-9201774

Address: 136 Syngrou Avenue, 176 71 Athens

 

Research interests:

-History of Ideas (Enlightenment, Marxism)

-Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Revolutions

-Theories of Political Subject and Democracy (Marxism, Post-Marxism)

Member in scientific associations:

Greek Philosophical Society

Hellenic Political Science Association

Courses:

Undergraduate

-History of Ideas I: Enlightenment

-History of Ideas II: Marxism

-Philosophy of History

-Marx: Philosophy and Politics

Postgraduate

-Theories of Political Subject

 

Brief CV

Born in Athens (02.12.1958)

Graduated from Athens College

Graduated from University of Athens (School of Law-Department of Law)

Ph.D in Political Science (University of Athens)

Ph.D in Political Science (University of Leicester)

 

Selected publications (μέχρι 5 για κάθε κατηγορία)

Monographs

-The Marx of Revolt in the Garden of Epicurus, Govostis Publications, Athens 2003.

-The Stoic Montesquieu. Law and Freedom, Polytropon Publishers, Athens 2008.

-On the Power-Revolution Dialectic. Reflections on John Holloway’s “Change the World without Taking Power”, Kapsimi Publications, Athens 2009.

-The Marx of Democracy, Kapsimi Publications, Athens 2014

[*“True Democracy” as a Prelude to Communism. The Marx of Democracy, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.]

-Before and After Marx. Freedom and Necessity. Writings on Philosophy of Revolution and Communism, Kapsimi Publications, Athens 2018.

Articles in series, journals and volumes

-“Late Political Rousseau: Introduction to Letters Written from the Mountain”, in Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Letters Written from the Mountain, (ed. Alexandros Chrysis, transl. Katherina Kei), Stachi Publications, Athens 2002, pp. 9-83.

-“The Legislator Rousseau: Introduction to the Project for a Constitution for Corsica and Considerations on the Government of Poland” in Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Project for a Constitution for Corsica and Considerations on the Government of Poland (ed. Alexandros Chrysis, transl. Katherina Kei), Polytropon Publishers, Athens 2006, pp. 9-55.

-“Marx’s Communism as a Critique to Ernesto Laclau’s ‘Radical Democracy’”, Notebooks of Marxism, summer 2016, Issue 1, pp. 207-220.

-“October Revolution as an Event and Alain Badiou’s Idea of Communism”, Notebooks of Marxism, summer 2017, Issue 4, pp. 91-110.

-“In Search of the Modern Prince”, in Sotiris Panagiotis (ed.), Crisis, Movement, Strategy: The Greek Experience, Historical Materialism Series, Brill, Leiden/Boston 2018, pp. 244-266.

Edited Books

-Herbert Marcuse, Critique, Utopia, Liberation, Stachi Publications, (eds. A.Chrysis, G.Maniatis, G.Sagriotis), Athens 1999.

- Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Letters Written from the Mountain, (ed. Alexandros Chrysis, transl. Katherina Kei), Stachi Publications, Athens 2002.

-Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Project for a Constitution for Corsica and Considerations on the Government of Poland (ed. Alexandros Chrysis, transl. Katherina Kei), Polytropon Publishers, Athens 2006.

-Georg Lukács, Interpretive Approaches, (eds. A.Chrysis, G.Sagriotis), Alexandria Publications, Athens 2006.

Conference/meeting announcements

-“Louis Althusser as a Political Theorist of Transition. Once again on the Dictatorship of the Proletariat”. [Scientific Conference: “(Re) Reading Althusser Today. Politics, Philosophy, Marxism”, 02-03.04.2016].

-“Hegemony and Democracy. Theses on the Antithesis Marxism and Post-Marxism in Our Times”. [Scientific Congress: “Theory of Democracy” in memory of Stavros Konstantakopoulos, 10-11.06.2016].

-“1905-1917-2017.Democratism and Communism. Rising, Containment, Necessity of Revolutionary Dialectics”. [Scientific Congress: “Marxism of the 21st Century. The October Revolution. Its Times and Ours”, 08-09.12.2017].

 

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