- BA: Sociology, Department of Sociology, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens, 1990.
- MA: Social and Political Thought, University of Sussex, 1992.
- PhD: Department of Sociology, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens, 2001.
- Social Subjectivity and Emancipation in the Work of Young Marx, [in Greek] PhD Thesis, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens, 2001.
Book (edited and translated)
- Droukopoulos, B. and A. Michalakis (editors) Robert Owen: A New View of Society, Athens: Alexandria, 2007. [in Greek]
- John Rawls, Social Justice and Kantian Ethics, Liberal Books, Athens, 2016. [in Greek]
- The Right and the Good: an essay on John Rawls’s Theory of Justice, Athens: Alexandria, 2nd edition 2018. [in Greek]
- “Ethics and Modernity in the Work of Max Weber” [in Greek] Dokimes 3 (1995).
- “Max Horkheimer and the Problem of the Justification of Values in the Early Critical Theory” [in Greek] in “Critical Theory: Tradition and Future Perspectives” edited by K. Kavoulakos. Athens: Nisos, 2003.
- “Social Crisis and Values in the writings of Robert Owen” [in Greek], Appendix in the volume: Robert Owen: A New View of Society, edited by B. Droukopoulos and A. Michalakis. Athens: Alexandria, 2007.
- “The Critique of Idealism and the Problem of Method: Aspects of the Marx-Feuerbach Relationship”, [in Greek] Axiologika, 18, 2007.
- “The Ethics of Mutual Recognition: From the Theory-Practice Relationship to the Justification of the Moral Point of View”, [in Greek] in Μ. Aggelidis, S. Dimitriou and A. Lavranou, Theory, Values and Critique: In memoriam of Kosmas Psychopedis, Athens: Polis 2008.
- “Hegel and Honneth: Recognition and the Justification of the Moral Point of View”, in Andreas Arndt, Paul Cruysberghs, Andrzej Przylebski (eds.) Hegel Jahrbuch 2009: Hegels Politische Philosophie (Zweiter Teil), Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2009.
- “Ethics of Autonomy”, [in Greek], Synchrona Themata, 111, 2010.
- “Karl Marx: Justice and Freedom”, [in Greek], in S. Zouboulakis (eds.), Justice and Law, Athens: Artos Zois, 2015.
- “Introduction”, [in Greek], in John Rawls, Social Justice and Kantian Ethics, Liberal Books, Athens, 2016.
- Contemporary theories of justice (especially J. Rawls) and the critical theory of the Frankfurt School.
- Classic and contemporary debates on political, moral and personal autonomy.
- Recent Kantian constructivist theories of morality (O. O’Neill and C. Korsgaard).
- The notion of mutual recognition: its importance in post-Kantian political philosophy as an attempt at an intersubjective understanding of the moral point of view and its contemporary relevance.
Undergraduate Courses: Modern Political Philosophy (Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau), Hegel, Marx, Freedom and Justice (Rousseau, Kant, Rawls) Contemporary Political Philosophy (Rawls), Philosophy of the Social Sciences.
Graduate Courses: Modern Moral and Political Philosophy (Hobbes, Rousseau and Kant), Marx and the Tradition of Practical Philosophy, Moral and Political Philosophy (Kant and Rawls), John Rawls’ Theory of Justice.