Grade in Law (University of Granada), Grade in Theology (University of Granada), Grade in Philosophy (UNED). Ph.D. in Philosophy. Researcher of the Center of Byzantine, Modern Greece and Cypriot Studies of the University of Granada. His academic interests are Comparative Religions, Neoplatonism, Scholar Curriculum, Philosophy of Education, Origin of Societies, Culture in Late Antiquity and Philosophy of Law. Author of several articles, chapters and conferences in the field of Philosophy and Theology.
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