Konstantinos Maritsas was born on September 29th 1957 in Sofia in the family of his father - Greek and mother -Bulgarian. The environment in which he grew up was rich in literature and music. Thus he got to know both cultures to perfection. Konstantinos graduated from the prestigious National Technical University of Athens as an engineer, and as a master - philosopher from the University of Sofia. In his mature years he writes a lot, travels and translates. His philosophical ideas are unconventional and provoke a new reading of the birth of civilization and our place - of men, women, hermaphrodites and others - in it. Thorough research and reflection give him grounds to suggest a new definition of civilization far beyond the anthropocentric attempts before him. Civilization is the survival of the weak -he says and defends it convincingly with a variety of examples from the development of flora and fauna in the Beginning.
His works are broadly published in Bulgarian, Greek, English and Russian.