Dimas, Samuel


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Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Human Sciences in the Portuguese Catholic University since 2015. Member of to the Philosophy Studies Centre and member of the Luso - Brazilian Philosophy Institute Board of Directors.
He obtained the degree of doctor of philosophy in 2011 with a thesis entitled «The metaphysical theory of Experience in Leonardo Coimbra: Study on the mysteries of reason and the full redemption» and he has devoted himself to the research and promotion of The Portuguese and the Ibero-American Thought.
He is currently coordinator of the projects «Redemption and Eschatology in Portuguese Thought» and «Aesthetics in Portuguese Thought» both related to the research on Culture and Religion. He has been focusing his interest on Philosophical Anthropology, Ontology, Contemporary Philosophy, the Philosophy of Religion, Philosophical Theology, Philosophy of Culture and Philosophy of Art. He is the author of several publications on Philosophical Anthropology, Aesthetic, Philosophical Theology and Iberian Philosophy.