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Abel Pablo Iannone

educator , Philosophy educator

Abel Pablo Iannone, Argentinian philosophy educator. Member of American Philosophical Association, Phi Beta Kappa.


Iannone, Abel Pablo was born on September 18, 1940 in Buenos Aires. Son of Nicolás Emilio and Marcelina (Diaz) Iannone.


Student, University Nacional Buenos Aires, 1966; Bachelor in Philosophy, University of California at Los Angeles, 1969; Master of Arts in Philosophy, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1972; Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1975.


Lecturer in philosophy University Wisconsin, Madison, 1974-1975; assistant professor of philosophy University Texas, Dallas, 1975-1978; Temporary Assistant Professor, Iowa State University, Ames, 1982; assistant professor of philosophy, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, 1983-1987;associate professor, 1987-1993, professor, since 1993; visiting assistant professor, department philosophy, Institute for Environmental Studies University Wisconsin, Madison, 1977, 78, honorary fellow, 79, 80, 82; postdoctoral fellow University Florida, Gainesville, 1982—1983; visiting professor department philosophy Henson College Public Affairs and Continuing Education Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1987; Author: Astérida, 1973; Philosophy as Diplomacy: Essays in Ethics and Policy Making, 1994; Philosophical Ecologies: Essays in Philosophy, Ecology, and Human Life, 1999; Dictionary of World Philosophy, 2001; Technology and Global Society, 2002; Business and Global Society, 2003; A Room with Closets: Tales of a Life Divided, 2006; Los negocios y la sociedad global,2007,Tecnología y sociedad global,2008, Seeking Balance: Philosophical Issues in Globalization and Policy Making, 2014;Practical Environmental Ethics,2016;Open-Ended,2016;editor: Contemporary Moral Controversies in Technology, 1987, Contemporary Moral Controversies in Business, 1989, Through Time and Culture, 1994; contributor articles to various publications.


  • American Philosophical Association

  • Phi Beta Kappa


Spouse Mary Kathryn Garrow.