Staff Catalogue

ANTIS LOIZIDES

LOIZIDES ANTIS
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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Department of Social and Political Sciences
FEB 01 - Faculty of Economics and Management, B106
University Campus

Antis Loizides is Assistant Professor at the Department of Social and Political Sciences. A graduate of the University of Cyprus, Loizides received his Ph.D. in the History of Political Thought from Queen Mary University of London and his MSc. in Political Theory from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

His research interests include political theory, the history of political thought, the reception of classics/classical reception, and digital humanities. He focuses on utilitarian moral and political thought, with a special interest in John Stuart Mill and James Mill, their classical influences and the authorship attribution problems found in their corpus.

Loizides is the author of James Mill's Utilitarian Logic and Politics (Routledge, 2019) and John Stuart Mill’s Platonic Heritage: Happiness through Character (Lexington Books, 2013). To date, besides various chapters in books, he has published articles in History of Political Thought (2 articles), The Review of Politics, Utilitas, Modern Intellectual History, British Journal for the History of Philosophy, History of European Ideas, Australian Journal of Politics & History, and IEEE Access (2 articles as co-author). Loizides edited Mill’s A System of Logic: Critical Appraisals (Routledge, 2014). He co-edited with K.N. Demetriou John Stuart Mill: A British Socrates (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) and Scientific Statesmanship, Governance and the History of Political Philosophy (Routledge, 2015).

Political Theory, History of Political Thought, British Utilitarianism
Monographs:
2019. James Mill’s Utilitarian Logic and Politics (Routledge).
2013. John Stuart Mill’s Platonic Heritage: Happiness Through Character (Lexington Books).
 
Edited Books:
2015. Scientific Statesmanship, Governance and the History of Political Philosophy. Co-editor with K.N. Demetriou (Routledge).
2014. Mill’s A System of Logic: Critical Appraisals. Editor (Routledge).
2013. John Stuart Mill: A British Socrates. Co-editor with K.N. Demetriou (Palgrave Macmillan).
 
Articles / Chapters:
2024. '"The Teacher of Teachers": James Mill and the education of John Stuart Mill'. The Review of Politics 84 (1): 47-69.
2023Co-author with Andreas Neocleous and Panagiotis Nicolaides. 'Did John Stuart Mill write On Social Freedom?' Humanities 12 (5): 1-18.
2023. 'Local and Contextual: John Stuart Mill's The Subjection of Women'. Australian Journal of Politcs & History 69 (2): 190-209.
2022. Co-author with Andreas Neocleous and Giorgos Kataliakos. 'Text Mining in 19th-Century Essays for Investigating a Possible Collaborative Authorship Problem: John Stuart Mill and Harriet Taylor Mill'. IEEE Access 10: 20937-20947.
2021. 'Permanence, Progression and Mill’s The Subjection of Women’. History of Political Thought 42 (4): 705-29.
2020. Co-author with Andreas Neocleous. 'Machine Learning and Feature Selection for Authorship Attribution: The Case of Mill, Taylor Mill and Taylor, in the Nineteenth Century'. IEEE Access 9: 7143-7151.
2020. Co-author with Terence Ball. 'James Mill'. In: The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2020 Edition), ed. Edward N. Zalta.
2019. 'Utility, Reason and Rhetoric: James Mill's Metaphor of the Historian as Judge'. Utilitas 31 (4): 431-49.
2019. 'James Mill on Happiness'. In: G. Varouxakis and M. Philp (eds.) Happiness and Utility: Essays Presented to Frederick Rosen (UCL Press): 161-83.
2019. 'The Mills'. In: C. Moore (ed.) Brill's Companion to the Reception of Socrates (Brill): 793-819.
2018. ‘Induction, Deduction, and James Mill’s “Government”’. Modern Intellectual History 15 (1): 33-61.
2017. ‘James Mill on the Conditions of Good Government’. History of Political Thought 38 (2): 267-94.
2017. ‘John Stuart Mill: Individuality, Dignity and Respect for Persons’. In: G. Giorgini and E. Irrera (eds.) The Roots of Respect. A Historic-Philosophical Itinerary (De Gruyter): 187-206.
2016. ‘Mill’s Aesthetics’. In: D.E. Miller and C. Macleod (eds.), A Companion to Mill (Wiley): 250-65.
2015. ‘Introduction’. In: Scientific Statesmanship, Governance and the History of Political Philosophy (Routledge): 1-8.
2014. ‘Mill on Happiness: A Question of Method’. British Journal for the History of Philosophy 22 (2): 302-21.
2014. ‘James Mill and George Grote: A Defense of “Theoretic” Reform’. In: K.N. Demetriou (ed.) George Grote and the Classical Heritage: A Brill Companion (Brill): 47-84.
2014. ‘Mill on the Method of Politics’. In: Mill’s A System of Logic: Critical Appraisals (Routledge): 218-45.
2014. ‘Introduction [The Reception of Mill’s A System of Logic]’. In: Mill’s A System of Logic: Critical Appraisals (Routledge): 1-43.
2013. ‘Taking their Cue from Plato: James and John Stuart Mill’. History of European Ideas 39 (1): 121-40.
2013. ‘The Socratic Origins of John Stuart Mill’s “Art of Life”’. In: John Stuart Mill: A British Socrates (Palgrave Macmillan): 75-96.
2013. ‘Introduction: John Stuart Mill as Britain’s Socrates’. In: John Stuart Mill: A British Socrates (Palgrave Macmillan): 1-16.