ANTÓNIO DE CASTRO CAEIRO (Lisbon, 1966) is a lecturer in the Lisbon New University Faculty of Social Sciences and belongs to the IFILNOVA Research Unit. He is also an essayist and translator. He obtained his doctorate in Ancient Philosophy with the thesis “The Areté as an Extreme Possibility of the Human — Phenomenology of Praxis in Plato and Aristotle” (1998). He has been teaching at FCSH since 1990. His work embraces both Ancient and Contemporary Philosophy. He has been a Visiting Scholar at USP (São Paulo), USF (Florida) and Oriel College (Oxford). He has translated Pindar’s Pythian Odes (Quetzal, 2010) and Olympian Odes (Abysmo, 2017), and Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics (Quetzal), dialogue fragments (INCM, 2014) and lost Constitutions (Abysmo, 2018). He has also published the book “One Day is not Every Day” (Abysmo 2015) and the essay “Saint Paul: Apocalypse and Conversion” (Aletheia, 2014). He writes a weekely column for Hoje Macau (Macau’s newspaper). He hosted the TV show “It’s a Classic” (RTP: National Portuguese TV), 12 episodes on Philosophy. He published “Reflections on Everyday Life” Cambridge Scholars (2019).