Dr Stergios Mitas

Programme Coordinator

Stergios Mitas holds a PhD degree in Philosophy of Law, from the Law School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He is an LLM Graduate, from the aforementioned School, in Public Law and Political Science, and holds a Certificate of Pedagogical and Teaching Competence from the School of Pedagogical and Technological Education. From 2014 onwards, he is teaching as a Lecturer in Legal Philosophy and Methodology at the University of Nicosia. His research interests lie in the fields of Legal Theory and Methodology, Legal and Moral Philosophy, Fundamental Rights, Social Constitutional Law. Indicative Publications: Solidarity as a Fundamental Legal Principle, ed. Sakis Karagiorgas Foundation [Scientific Library Series], Athens, 2016, « Les origines du mal et les limites du droit: Egoïsme humain et philosophie juridique », Dia-noesis: A Journal of Philosophy, 1/2016, “Marx’s blank page and the aristotelian ink”, Philosophein, 13/2016, “The Solidarity Principle – examined under the art. 25 par. 4 of the Greek Constitution”, Journal of Administrative Law, 5/2013, “The Well-being of others and the Self-reliance of all: Conditions of grounding solidarity as a binding legal duty”, Axiologica, 27/2012, “Sexuality and Constitutional Rights”, To Syntagma, 3/2007.