Dr. Luis G. Roger-Castillo

Dr. Luis G. Roger-Castillo

Center of Byzantine, Modern Greek and Cypriot Studies, University of Granada, Spain

Dr. Luis Roger-Castillo has a grade in Law and a grade in Theology from the University of Granada, as well as a grade in Philosophy from UNED. He is a researcher at the Center of Byzantine, Modern Greece, and Cypriot Studies of the University of Granada, Spain. Dr. Roger-Castillo’s research and academic interests include Comparative Religions, Neoplatonism, Scholar Curriculum, Philosophy of Education, Origin of Societies, Culture in Late Antiquity, and Philosophy of Law. He is the author of several academic articles, as well as book chapters. Dr. Roger-Castillo has been a professor at the University of Granada, University of Jaen, and the Open University of Catalunya. He has participated in a variety of conferences in the fields of Philosophy and Theology.

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