Lars Albinusborn 1965, studied in Aarhus, Cambridge, and Athens. He received his Ph.D. from the New University of Aarhus, Denmark, in 1998, with the thesis Dæmonologi fra Beretning til Begrundelse [Demonology from tale to argument] (Unpublished), and a full doctorate in 2010 with the monography Religion, magt og kommunikation [Religion, Power & Communication], published in Danish. He has been an Associate Professor at the School of Culture and Society, University of Aarhus, since 2004. He has been a Visiting Scholar in Cambridge 1996 and 1997, working with ancient Greek philosophy. He has been awarded a research prize of 75.000 Danish Crowns in 2005 from the Holst-Knudsen Science Foundation. His main research interests lie in Greek philosophy and religion, Philosophy of Religion and modern Philosophy in general. He has published several monographies including The House of Hades: Studies in Ancient Greek Eschatology (2000), Studium Generale (2002), and Religion as a Philosophical Matter (2016). He has co-edited and contributed to Wittgenstein's Remarks on Frazer: The Text and the Matter from the Book Series On Wittgenstein (vol. 3) together with Josef G.F. Rothhaupt and Aidan Seery (2016). email@example.com Marcin Baranborn in 1975 in Katowice (Poland). Jesuit. Studied in Cracow, Rome and Munich. He received his
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