Pablo M. Lamberti is an Affiliate Researcher at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Amsterdam. He holds a PhD from the University of Amsterdam and a bachelor’s degree in International Business Administration from the VU University in Amsterdam. As an interdisciplinary and intercultural researcher, writer, and teacher Pablo specialises in the emerging academic movement known as Philosophy as a Way of Life (PWL). Using a qualitative historiographic-hermeneutical approach, his main philosophical interest is to investigate existential philosophical practices in ancient Greco-Roman and Asian cultures, as well as adapt, revitalise, and redesign these practices to facilitate convergence with contemporary existential contexts, particularly in relation to physical exercise, martial arts, education, ecology, and artificial (general) intelligence. Recently, he was a 6-month visiting scholar at Rikkyo University in Tokyo. Besides his dissertation, Befriending the Ears. The Transformative Power of Listening, Pablo published an intercultural philosophy book in the Dutch language about PWL and Zen Buddhism with the title The Way of the Warrior – On the track of Socrates, Seneca and the Samurai, and he is currently preparing to publish a peer-reviewed article, a book chapter and another book.
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