Books writen by Dimitris Lamprellis
Dimitris Lamprellis was born in Athens. His origins are from Asia Minor and Lesvos.
He studied philosophy with scholarship at the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki and Pittsburgh University.
He is a Professor of Philosophy at Panteion University and Director of Research Center of Biopolitics at the same University. He has published many philosophical studies and articles in Greece and abroad and he has participated in philosophical Conferences.
His interest is mainly focused on the area of philosophical anthropology, social philosophy and aesthetics. He has published sixteen philosophical books. He is the Editor of the Annual Journal of Philosophical Research dia-LOGOS and Director of the dia-LOGOS/PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY Series of Papazisis Editions. He is also the Director of the Theuth/LITERATURE LIBRARYSeries of Romi Editions.
Dimitris Lamprellis is a poet. Several poems and collective works concerning the study and the critics of literature have been published in a series of literature magazines, in newspapers and anthologies.
He is a member of the Society of Greek Authors, of the Society of Authors of Thessaloniki and he served as Vice President of the Committee of National Literature Awards. He has already published nine poetic collections and a study on the Greek poet M. Sachtouris.
He has also seriously dealt with photography for many years but the last fifteen years he has focused exclusively on the photography of Nature. He is a member of the Greek Photographical Society, he has participated into group exhibitions of photography and has been awarded with two prizes. He has made two personal photographical exhibitions in Athens and Thessaloniki and he has already published two photographic albums and two diaries.
Books & Essays
The object of this specific study is Greek Nietzscheism. In …
Poems of the Selection translated from the Greek by David Connolly POEMS Ikaros Editions, 4 …
Petros Golitsis, “The expressionist poet and philosopher Dimitris Lamprellis. Carcasses …