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The author, educator, philosopher and poet Dimitris Liantinis, associate professor of philosophy [of the teaching of Greek] at the University of Athens until 1998, was born in 1942 in the village of Polovitsa of the prefecture of Lakonia.

 

He finished the High School of Sparta in 1960. He studied at the Department of Philology of the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Athens, graduating in 1966. Between 1968 and 1970 he taught philology in Secondary High School Education. Between 1970 and 1972 he studied at the University of Munich. Between 1973 and 1975 he taught again in High School Education. In 1975 he was appointed as assistant in the Laboratory of Pedagogy of the University of Athens. In 1977 he received his PhD from the University of Athens, under Professor of Philosophy Evangelos Moutsopoulos of the Faculty of Philosophy, with distinction, the subject of his thesis being “The presence of Greek essence in the elegies of Duino by Rainer Maria Rilke.

 

Outside of the University of Athens he also taught in Greece at the Maraslios Academy in Postgraduate Teacher training, at the PEK of Kifisia, Peristeri and Piraeas, and at the School of Police. He has given lectures at the Naval School of War and at the Military School of Health.

 

He authored books of philosophical reflection with a particular personal and characteristic poetic style, but with a succinct flavour.

 

In 1972 in Munich he met Nikolitsa Georgopoulou, Professor of Introduction to Philosophy and History of Philosophy at the University of Athens, whom he married in 1973.

On the 1st of June 1998, Liantinis disappeared from his family and his university environment.

HIS  BOOKS

  1. Awakened Dream. (Rainer Maria Rilke’s Elegies of Duino. Philosophical Interpretation).
  2. Chasm of an Earthquake. (The Poetry of Greek National Poet Dionysios Solomos.
    Philosophical Interpretation).
  3. Friedrich Nietzsche. Ecce Homo. (Introduction and Greek Translation).
  4. Manic Sobriety. (The Poetry of Georgios Seferis. Philosophical Interpretation).
  5. Homo educandus. (Philosophy of Education).
  6. Stoa and Rome. (The Influence of  stoic Philosophy in Rome’ s politics).
  7. Ellinika. (The Didactic of Greek Language and Literature).
  8. Gemma. (Philosophical Approach of existential Problems of Man).
  9. Times of Stars. (Poems).

 

Dimitris Liantinis