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Note on Contributors – Volume 7 | Analogia Journal

Note on Contributors – Volume 7


Elisa Coda (PhD at the University of Florence, 2011) is a Research Fellow at the University of Pisa. She studies the reception of the Aristotelian Physics and Cosmology in the Middle Ages and Early Renaissance. Her research interests include Late Ancient Philosophy and Medieval Philosophy, Arabic and Hebrew. Selected publications: Le forme degli elementi. Isaac Abravanel e la tradizione aristotelica medievale (Pisa: Pisa University Press, 2018); Georges Vajda, Pensées médiévales en hébreu et en arabe : Etudes (1931-1981) (Paris: Vrin, 2016); ‘The Soul as “Harmony” in Late Antiquity and in the Latin Middle Ages. A Note on Thomas Aquinas as a Reader of Themistius’ In Libros De Anima Paraphrasis’, Studia graeco-arabica 7 (2017), 307-30; ‘Alexander of Aphrodisias in Themistius’ Paraphrase of the De Caelo’, Studia graeco-arabica 2 (2012), 355-71.


Pantelis Golitsis is anAssistant Professor of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Philosophy. His main research interests lie in the reception of Aristotle in Late Antiquity and Byzantium. He is the author of Les Commentaires de Simplicius et de Jean Philopon à la Physique d’Aristote (Berlin, 2008; Prix Zographos de l’Association pour l’encouragement des Études Grecques en France). His recent publications include ‘ἐσέντζια, ὀντότης, οὐσία: George Scholarios’ philosophical understanding of Thomas Aquinas’ De ente et essentia and his use of Armandus de Bellovisu’s commentary’ (in D. Searby [ed.], Never the Twain Shall Meet: Latins and Greeks learning from each other in Byzantium, Berlin, 2017). He is currently finishing a new critical edition of Alexander of Aphrodisias’ commentary on Aristotle’s Metaphysics A-B.


Melina G. Mouzala is an Assistant Professor of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Patras, specializing in Ancient Philosophy. Main research area: Philosophy of Classical Antiquity, the Greek Commentaries (Hypomnēmata) and the Platonic- Aristotelian Tradition including the Byzantine period. She is the author of four books and several articles and editor of two books. Her primary research interests are in the areas of Ontology, Metaphysics, Theology, Philosophy of Nature, Philosophy of Language and Philosophy of Mathematics.


Sotiria Triantari is a Professor of Ethics and Social Philosophy, Rhetoric, Communication and Leadership at the Department of the Administrative Science and Technology, School of Economics, University of Western Macedonia. Selected publications: The Rhetoric, The Art of Communication from Antiquity to Byzantium. The update of Rhetoric and its development (Thessaloniki: Stamoulis, 2016); Epictetus 'Manual'. The art of life: The philosophical life of the politician (Thessaloniki: Zitros, 2015); The portrait of Philosopher according to Epiktetus as a basis of the Philosophy of Counseling (Thessaloniki: Stamoulis, 2012); Rhetoric of Aristotle in 'Lifelong Education' (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2012); Basic principles of the logic of Aristotle (Thessaloniki: Stamoulis, 2006).


Ilias Vavouras (Doctor of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), is the Editor of the scientific journal of philosophical thought Philosophein: knowledge, good will, outspokenness (Φιλοσοφεῖν: ἐπιστήμη, εὔνοια, παρρησία) and a Member of the Editorial Board of the scientific journal of philosophical thought Dia-noesis: A Journal of Philosophy. Selected publications: Vavouras Ilias, The Political Philosophy of Isocrates, inτο The Cypriot Works Of Isocrates, (Thessaloniki: Zitros, 2019); Vavouras Ilias, Tommas Hobbes, De Cive, (Introduction-philosophical analysis: The Man-citizen in the philosophical project of Thomas Hobbes, Translation in modern Greek (with Ms. Eut. Firipi, commentary), (Thessaloniki: Zitros, 2015); Vavouras Ilias, The 'political man' in Ancient Greece: The philosophical origins of the political act (From Homer to Aristotle), (Thessaloniki: Zitros, 2013).