XANTHOPOULOS CHRISTOS

  

Title/academic status: Assistant Professor

Section: Sociology Department

Academic field: Social Theory of Knowledge

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Phone: 2109201769

Address: DESKOI building, Panteion University

Research interests: Epistemology, Social Theory of Knowledge, Sociology of Knowledge, Philosophy of Science, Ancient Philosophy

Member in scientific associations: Greek Philosophy Association

Courses: (Undergraduate): Introduction to Epistemology, Social Theory of Knowledge I & II.

              (Postgraduate): Society and Knowledge

Brief CV

Born1954. Bachelor of Philosophy – MA in Philosophy – PhD in Philosophy  (Sociology of Knowledge – Rationality – Relativism) from Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece.

Selected publications

Monographs

  • The New Sociology of Knowledge. A Philosophical Assessment. (2011)
  • Contributions to a Social Theory of Knowledge. (2015)
  • An Essay Concerning Human Understanding. Translation into Greek – Introduction & Comments of John Locke’s book. (2016)

Articles and chapters in series, journals and volumes (Selection)

  • “Rational Models Explicating Scientific Activities: Problems and Alternatives”, in dia-LOGOS, Annual Journal of Philosophical Research, (2) 2012, pp. 69-85. (http://www.dia-logosphil.com/arxikh.html).
  • “Platonic Epistemology and Contemporary Views of Knowledge: Is There a Meeting Point?”, in Philosophein, Journal of Philosophy, January 2014, pp. 305-315.
  • Translation into Greek of David Bloor’s “Epistemic Grace. Antirelativism as Theology in Disguise” {from (Common Knowledge, 13 (2-3) 250-280 (2007)}, in dia-LOGOS, Annual Journal of Philosophical Research, (6) 2016, pp.9-59.

Conference presentations (Selection)

  1. May, 2006: “Sociology of Knowledge or Sociology of Science?” 10th Panhellenic Philosophy Conference (Thessaloniki).
  2. July 2007: “Aristotelian hexis and John Dewey’s idea of child development”.

19th International Conference in Greek Philosophy (Samos island).  

  1. December 2016: “Constructivism and Empiricism in John Dewey”. 4th Panhellenic Conference in Philosophy of Science (Athens).

 

 

 

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