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Georgios’s works focus on theoretical intersections, striving to revitalise philosophy as a thought that reaches beyond itself. 
 
His doctoral work, 'The Archaeology of Nothing', attempts to rethink the relation of presence and absence at the inception of Greek thought, through Heidegger’s reading of Anaximander, Heraclitus and Parmenides.
 
He is also exploring the question of animality in Derrida, Levinas and Agamben, the figure of the animal in the Platonic corpus and the revolutionary potential of parasitism in the work of Serres.

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Georgios is a Fellow at the Westminster Law & Theory Lab.