Marina G. Ogden

Marina Ogden smallMarina G. Ogden is a PhD candidate at the University of Glasgow. Her dissertation focuses on the cultural, religious and philosophical significance of the Angel of Death in the writing of Lev Shestov. Marina is an artist with over 20 years of active professional career; she holds BA Humanities degree from St. Petersburg’s Herzen University, Russia and MRes in Art Theory and Philosophy from Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London. Her area of study is the philosophy of Lev Shestov within the field of religious, existential and psychoanalytic traditions of thought. She has written on the philosophy of Kant, Derrida, Shestov and Dostoevsky, her articles have been published in the Oxford Philosopher, the Lev Shestov Journal and the London-based academic journal Cyclops. In 2016 together with Dr. Ramona Fotiade she co-organised a conference in London to mark Lev Shestov’s 150th Birthday anniversary