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Eudoxie Delli was born in Athens in 1969. She studied Law and Philosophy at the National and Kapodistriakon University of Athens. She received her Postgraduate Diploma (DEA) in the History of Philosophy from the University of Paris X Nanterre (Title: The creation and function of Symbol in On the Life of Moses of Gregory of Nyssa). Holding two Postgraduate scholarships, she carried on her studies at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (4th Section) in the History of Philosophy, Religions and Systems of Thought. In 2011 she obtained her Ph.D. with Distinction from E.P.H.E-Sorbonne (Title: The concept of Phantasia in the work of Michael Psellos and its Neoplatonic Origins: an Anthropology of the Middleness). Her main research areas are the Philosophy of Late Antiquity and especially Neoplatonism and its influence on Patristic Literature and Byzantine Thought and Science, as well as the philosophical texts and doctrines of Michael Psellos. She has written articles for international academic collective books and translated into Greek philosophical essays and literary texts. Since March 2013 she is affiliated to the Program NARSES - ARISTEIA at the HNRF (IHR/INR) as post-doctoral researcher specialized in Byzantine texts and writers from 6th to 12th centuries.
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