Konstantine Dumbadze (1951) Born in Moscow, a Georgian philosopher. He studied at Tbilisi State University at the Faculty of Oriental Studies. He worked at the Institute of Oriental Studies and Philosophy of the Georgian Academy of Sciences. The author of a number of scientific-philosophical articles and essays: The Peculiarities of Georgian Urban Jargon (1979), Unconscious and Kant's Theory of Cognition (1980), Homo Hermeneuticus (1986), A Man of Underground Man and the Ideal (1986). Over the course of 2001-2015 he published nine collections of his poetry in Russian.