Spyridon Rangos is Associate Professor of Ancient Greek Literature and Philosophy in the Department of Philology, University of Patras, Greece. He has been educated as a classical scholar and historian of ideas in the University of Athens (1985-1989), the École Pratique des Hautes Études (1992-1993), and the University of Cambridge (1990-1995), whence he received his Ph.D. He was then awarded a postdoctoral research fellowship at Princeton University (1995-1996). Spyridon Rangos has taught aspects of the intellectual history of Greece in the University of Crete and the Hellenic Open University. Undergraduate classes and graduate seminars taught in the University of Patras include such topics and authors as Hesiod, Early Greek Philosophy, Sophocles, Thucydides, Greek Rhetoric, Plato, Aristotle, Ancient Literary Criticism, Orphism, the Derveni Papyrus, Greek Theories of Love and Friendship, Plotinus, Late Antique Platonism. Spyridon Rangos’ research interests focus primarily on the interrelationships between philosophy and religion, and the history of metaphysics, in antiquity.