Born 1939 in Athens, from 1969-1974 Stelios Ramfos studied Law and Philosophy at the Universities of Athens and France respectively, followed by a teaching career in Philosophy at the University of Paris VII. He then returned to Athens where he devoted his life, apart from his family life, to writing and lecturing.
His books, as well as his lectures, refer to critical analysis of classical and modern philosophers and the reflection of their meaning on our current life.
The Secret of Jesus (trans. Fr. John Raffan)
Fate and Ambiguity in Oedipus the King (Somerset Hall Press 2005; trans. Norman Russell)
Like a Pelican in the Wilderness (Holy Cross Orthodox Press 2000; trans. Norman Russell)