Arianna Fermani is Associate Professor in History of Ancient Philosophy at the University of Macerata (February 1, 2022: National Scientific Qualification as Full Professor); President of the Council of Unified Classes in Philosophy at the University of Macerata; member of the international association “Collegium Politicum” (ttp://www.uc3m.es/portal/page/portal/inst_lucio_anneo_seneca/investigacion/collegium_politicum Official Member of the “International Plato Society”; member of the Board and National Secretary of SISFA ( Italian Society of History of Ancient Philosophy); President of the Macerata Section of the Italian Philosophical Society.
Human happy life: in dialogue with Plato and Aristotle, Eum, Macerata 2006 (second edition 2019), Portuguese translation A vida feliz humana. Diálogo com Platão e Aristóteles, Paulus, São Paulo 2015; Aristotle, The Three Ethics. Eudemian Ethics, Nicomachean Ethics, Great Ethics, with the first Italian translation of the treatise On Virtues and Vices, complete translation from the Greek by A. Fermani, Bompiani, Milan 2008; Joints, Milan 2020; Aristotle’s ethics. The world of human life, Morcelliana, Brescia 2012; Ethics, Economic Organizations and Human Flourishing. Lessons from Plato and Aristotle, (in collaboration with B. Giovanola), in G. P. Prastacos, F. Wang and K. E. Soderquist (eds.), Leadership through the Classics: Learning Management and Leadership from Ancient East and West Philosophy, Springer-Verlag, Berlin 2012, p. 273-287; At the origin of the Art of Money-Making. Conversation with Aristotle about Wealth and the Good Life, «Chinese Business Review» 11, 12 (2012), pp. 1242-1249; The χρηματιστική in Aristotle’s Politics: conceptual articulations and ethical-anthropological implications, «Pegé / Fons. Review of studies on classical civilization and its reception», n. 1 (2016), p. 34-58; Aristotle and the infinity of evil. Sufferings, vices and weaknesses of human beings, Morcelliana, Brescia 2019, pp. 357; «No one chooses to be happy, but to acquire riches for the purpose…. to be happy”. Wealth, economy and good life in Aristotle, in F. Totaro (ed.), Philosophy and economy, Morcelliana, Brescia 2019, pp. 343-351; Ancient philosophy. A multifocal perspective, M. Migliori-A. Fermani (eds.), Scholé, Morcelliana, Brescia 2020, pp. 617.