Octavian Gabor is associate professor of philosophy at Methodist College. He works in Greek philosophy and has strong interests in Dostoevsky. His most recent publications include, “Two Kinds of Responsibility in Crime and Punishment” (Mundo Eslavo, 16 (2017), 106-113) and “Noica’s Becoming within Being and Meno’s Paradox” (in Zara Martirosova Torlone et al., A Handbook to Classical Reception in Eastern and Central Europe. Blackwell, 2017, 300–311). He has translated from French to Romanian and Romanian to English. His most recent translation is Andre Scrima’s Apophatic Anthropology (Gorgias, 2016).