António de Castro Caeiro

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ANTÓNIO DE CASTRO CAEIRO (Lisboa, 1966) é professor na FCSH/UNL, membro do IFILNOVA, ensaísta e tradutor. Obteve o grau de doutor em Filosofia Antiga com a tese «A Areté como possibilidade extrema do Humano, fenomenologia da práxis em Platão e Aristóteles» (1998), pela Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas (FCSH) da Universidade Nova de Lisboa (UNL). Ensina na FCSH desde 1990, dedicando-se à Filosofia Antiga e à Filosofia Contemporânea. Foi Visiting Scholar na FD de Ribeirão Preto da USP, USF (Florida) e Oriel College (Oxford). Traduziu do grego as Odes Para os Vencedores (Quetzal, 2010) e as Odes Olímpicas (Abysmo, 2017) de Píndaro. De Aristóteles, traduziu ainda Os Fragmentos dos Diálogos e Obras Exortativas (INCM, 2014), As Constituições Perdidas de Aristóteles (Abysmo, 2019), tendo publicado ainda os ensaios «São Paulo: apocalipse e conversão» (Aletheia, 2014) e um «Um Dia Não São Dias» (Abysmo, 2017). Recentemente, saiu “Reflexions on Everyday Life” (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019).

 

 

ANTÓNIO DE CASTRO CAEIRO (Lisbon, 1966) is a professor at Faculty of Social Sciences/ New University of Lisbon and belongs to the Investigation Unity IFILNOVA. He is an essayist and translator. He obtained his doctorate in Ancient Philosophy with the thesis "The Areté as a Extreme Possibility of the Human, Phenomenology of Praxis in Plato and Aristotle" (1998), He teaches at FCSH since 1990. He's working on Ancient and Contemporary Philosophy. He was Visiting Scholar at USP (São Paulo), USF (Florida) and Oriel College (Oxford). He translated Pindar's Pythical Odes (Quetzal, 2010) and the Olympic Odes (Abysmo, 2017). Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics (Quetzal), The Fragments of Dialogues (INCM, 2014) and The Lost Constitutions (Abysmo, 2018). He also published the essays Saint Paul: “Apocalypse and Conversion" (Aletheia, 2014) "One Day is not every Day” (Abysmo, 2015) and recently in the UK “Reflexions on Everyday Life” (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019).

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Filosofia Antiga, Doctorate, A Arete como Possibilidade Extrema do Humano, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa

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