Erman Gören received his doctorate in the department of Classics in Istanbul University in which he is also teaching as an Assistant Professor since 2013. As a faculty member at Istanbul University, he teaches Archaic Greek Poetry, Early Greek Thought, and Classical Greek Thought. His main research fields focus on the notions of truth in the Archaic Greek Poetry from the eight to fifth century BCE and also in the Platonic tradition including neo-Platonists. His forthcoming books on Naming and Truth in Archaic Greece, Plato's Cratylus: A Philological and Hermeneutical Commentary, Proclus' Commentary on Plato's Cratylus. In this academic year, he will focus on synthesis of apophatic and kataphatic theological approaches in early Christian thought as visiting scholar in Harvard Divinity School.