Prof.ssa Elisabetta Galeotti
Università del Piemonte Orientale
Direttore del III ciclo (Larmore)
Scholarships and Fellowships:
Scholarship for student “Luigi Radici” at Collegio Ghislieri University of Pavia, 1971-75.
Fellowship for graduate student.
Italian Research Council Fellowship for study abroad: 1981-82; 1982-83 at the
“Jean Monnet” Fellowship. European University Institute,
“Mellon Fellowship”, Institute for Advanced Study.
European Forum Fellowship. European University Institute, April 1994.
Fellowship at the Centre for Philosophy and Public Affairs, Moral Philosophy Department, University of St.Andrews, Scotland, March-June 2002.
Senior Fellowship at
Positions and Awards:
Research assistant in Moral Philosophy.
Researcher at Feltrinelli Foundation,
Editor of Quaderni della Fondazione Feltrinelli, 1979-81.
Visiting Scholar at SPS, Cambridge University, 1981-1983.
Affiliation at King’s College 1982-83.
Lecturer at Political Science Faculty.
Academic Visitor at Political Science Department.
Visitor at the
Summer Visitor at IAS,
Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Philosophy.
“Visiting member” at the
Summer Visitor at IAS,
Senior lecturer in Political Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy. Università del Piemonte Orientale, 1993.
Full Professorship, 1999.
Visiting scholar at the Philosophy Dept. at Cambridge University, UK: July and August 1999; July and August 2000.
Visiting Scholar at the Centre of Ethics, Philosophy and Public Affairs of
Visiting Scholar at SPS. Dept. at
Chair of Political Philosophy, Dept. of Studi Umanistici. Università del Piemonte Orientale. Vercelli.
“Edna O’Brien Distinguished Visiting Professor”, at
Professor at the Summer School of Comparative Politics, Ural State University, Ekaterinburg, Russia, August 28-Sept.4 2004.
Areas: Political philosophy, Philosophy of the social science, Moral Philosophy and Psychology, Public Ethics.
Subjects: Marx and contemporary Marxism; Max Weber; The Austrian School of Economics: Menger and Hayek. Contemporary Anglo-American liberalism and political theory. Rawls. Conceptions of individuals; Individualism and holism; intentional Explanation. Toleration, recognition, multiculturalism; individual and collective rights. Moral psychology: self-deception and akrasia. Political psychology: Forms of political deception. Respect and its social and political implications.