Michael A. Soupios


Professor Michael Soupios

Professor of Political Philosophy & Development of American Government

Education

Ed.D., Columbia University; Ph.D., University at Buffalo, State University of New York; Ph.D., Fordham University

M.S., M.A., M.A., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University; M.A., D.Min., Seminary of the Immaculate Conception

B.A., St. Lawrence University

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  • Adjunct Professor, 2004 – present
  • Professor, LIU Post, 1977 – present

At Webb:

  • Political Philosophy
  • Development of American Government
  • Author, “Greeks Bearing Gifts” (forthcoming)
  • Co-author, “Ten Golden Rules: Ancient Wisdom on Living the Good Life” (2009)
  • Author, “The Song of Hellas” (2004)
  • Author, “European Political Theory” (1985)
  • Author, “Machiavelli and the Modern Assault on Natural Law,” published in Vera Lex (1992)
  • Author, “Callicles and the Inversion of Natural Law,” published in Vera Lex (1991)
  • Author, “Reason and Feeling in Plato,” published in “New Essays on Socrates” (1984)
  • Author, “Plato and the Natural Law,” published in Vera Lex (1983)
  • Author, Review of “Toward a Reformulation of Natural Law,” published in Vera Lex (1983)
  • Author, Review of “Natural Rights,” published in Vera Lex (1982)
  • Member, Natural Law Society
  • Member, Long Island Philosophical Society
  • Member, Cusanus Society
  • Member, Phi Alpha Theta-National History Honors Society
  • Member, Pi Sigma Alpha-National Political Science Honor Society
  • Recipient, Chancellors Award for Outstanding Service, 2007
  • Recipient, C.W. Post Library Association Award, 2006
  • Recipient, Hutton House Lectures Teacher of the Year Award
  • Recipient, Newton Teaching Award
  • Designated Presenter in Perpetuity, Diaz Memorial Lecture Series in Classical Civilization
  • Honoree, Long Island University 75th Anniversary Dinner, 2001
  • Lecture room named in his honor by students
  • Nominee, U.S. Teacher of the Year Award, 2008
  • Nominee, Robert F. Cherry National Teaching Award, 2007
  • Honoree, Post Library Association, 2006
  • International Fellow, Columbia University, 1974 – 1975