Kapantais Doukas


Doukas Kapantais
Researcher

Biographical note

PERSONAL

Citizenship: Greek.

Born: 30 December 1971.

Status: Research Director at the Research Centre for Greek Philosophy of the Academy of Athens.

 

EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY OF BERN (2004-2007)

PhD in Logic, History of Philosophy. The Sea-Battle and Intuitionism; pp. 267.

UNIVERSITY PARIS-IV (SORBONNE) (1996-2000)

PhD in History of Philosophy. Quelques paradoxes du non-être chez Aristote; pp. 283.

UNIVERSITY PARIS-I (SORBONNE) (1997-1998)

Diplôme d’Études Approfondies (Master) in Logic.

Ontologie et théorie des ensembles; pp. 71.

UNIVERSITY PARIS-IV (SORBONNE) (1995-1996)

Diplôme d’Études Approfondies (Master) in the History of Philosophy.

Le hasard chez Aristote en ce qui concerne la cause motrice; pp. 48.

ATHENS UNIVERSITY (1991-1995)

Department of Philosophy – Pedagogic – Psychology
Domain: PHILOSOPHY

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

1996-1999: Graduate Scholar of the National Scholarship Institute of Greece (I.K.Y.).

2001: Scholar of the Special Account (Eidikós Logargiasmós) of the University of Athens.

2003: Postdoctoral Scholar of the I. F. Kostopoulos Foundation.

 

AWARDS

2001: Award of the European and Cultural Center of Delphi (Ε.κ.Π.Κ.Δ.), for the 2400th anniversary of Socrates’ death. Meno Today – Remembering Essence (O Ménon SímeraAnamníseis Ousías.

 

PREVIOUS TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2001: Lectures at the Graduate Seminar in History of Philosophy at the National Polytechnic School of Athens. “Aristotle’s argument in De Interpretatione 9”.

2001-2002: Co-teacher of the courses (i) “History of Logic” and (ii) “Elements of Logic and Set Theory” at the University of Athens (Department of Methodology, History and Philosophy of Science).

2005-2007: Teaching Philosophy of Logic at the University of Athens (Philosophical School).

2009-2010. Teaching Philosophy of Logic at the University of Athens (Department of Methodology, History and Philosophy of Science).

2010-2011. Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Cyprus. Teaching Ancient Philosophy and Philosophy of Logic.

2012-2015. Teaching Philosophy of Mathematics at the University of Athens (Philosophical School).

2013-15. Teaching History of Philosophy at the University of Athens (Philosophical School).

2013-2014 and 2015-16. Professor Consultant at the Hellenic Open University. Teaching Ancient Philosophy and Science.

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

The Sea-Battle and Intuitionism, revised and augmented version of my PhD thesis, Bern, 2010: https://baselbern.swissbib.ch/Record/354860925.

“La dunamis du Sophiste et sa critique aristotélicienne dans les Topiques”, Revue de Philosophie Ancienne XXII, no 2, 2004, pp. 1-18.

“Zeno of Elea”, in Meet the Philosophers of Ancient Greece, P. F. O’Grady (ed.), Ashgate, 2005, pp. 85-88.

“On the Notion ofProving its own Consistency”, in New Studies in Weak Arithmetics, Partick Cégielski et al. (ed.), CSLI, Stanford University Press, 2013, pp. 149-178.

“Intuitionistic Semantics for Fitch’s Paradox”, in Perspectives and Foundational Problems in Philosophy of Science, D. Dieks (ed.), Springer, Synthese Library, 2013, pp. 29-39.

“A Refutation of the Church-Turing Thesis according to some Interpretation of what the Thesis says”, in Computing and Philosophy, (ed. Vincent C. Müller), Heidelberg, Springer (Synthese Library), 2015, pp. 45-62. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/301266175_A_Refutation_of_the_Church-Turing_Thesis_According_to_Some_Interpretation_of_What_the_Thesis_Says

Information and contact

Research Centre for Greek Philosophy

Research Director

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14, Anagnostopoulou str. 10673 Athens

Tel.: +30 210 3664 663
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e-mail: dkapa@academyofathens.gr