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Ioanna Patsioti

Associate Professor, Deree - ACG


Ioanna Patsioti is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Deree – The American College of Greece, where she currently serves as Head of Department of History, Philosophy and the Ancient World. She was awarded an MPhil in Greek Philosophy and Classics from the University College London (UCL) and a PhD in Philosophy from the Philosophy School, University of Athens. At Deree, she has been teaching courses on Greek Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy, Ethics, Business Ethics and American Philosophy. Before joining Deree, Dr. Patsioti taught Classics at the University College London, and Moral and Political Philosophy, as Associate Lecturer, in the Open University, UK.

Her research interests and scholarship focus on the areas of Aristotelian moral philosophy, theoretical ethics, business ethics, and American pragmatism. She has participated in numerous international conferences in her field of expertise. She has published several articles on the Aristotelian thought and one book on the relevance of Aristotle’s ethics in the domain of business and moral leadership. Her current project examines the applicability of theoretical models from antiquity to contemporary moral and political thought in the domain of corporate governance and global affairs and their significance for conflict or dilemma resolution.