Jordi Crespo Saumell is a Ph.D. in Philosophy, Epistemology, and History of Culture (Unica, 2017). His dissertation revolved around the Anonymus Londiniensis, a papyrus of medical content in Greek from the 1st century CE. Before that, he had coursed other related studies to this field: a MA in Ancient Philosophy (UCD, 2013); a MA in Classics (UCM, 2012); and a MA in History of Religions (UAB, 2005). In addition to this, he has worked for four terms as an associate lecturer of different subjects in Philosophy at the Department of Humanities for the Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona. The most part of the research he has conducted to the moment falls in the fields of philosophy and medicine in Antiquity. However, his interests go beyond the Antiquity and prove also broader than the aforementioned disciplines: evidence of that are the research lines of the clusters in which he takes part: « Influence of Greek Ethics on Contemporary Philosophy » (AUM) and « Eidos: Plato and Modernity » (UB). This combination of interests in particular was precisely what pushed him to get close to Philosophy as a Way of Life (PWL), and to realise that it is into this trend where he feels intellectually comfortable and where he is willing to direct his effort.
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