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The Duality of Genius
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Sir Basil Markesinis was born into a family that, from his father’s side, was for over ten generations involved in politics, law, and the world of letters, first in Venice and later in Greece.
 
He holds a Doctor Iuris from the Univer­­sity of Athens, a Ph.D. and LL.D. from the University of Cambridge, and a DCL from the Uni­versity of Oxford.
 He is an honorary doctor of the Sorbonne as well as of the Uni­ver­sities of Ghent, Athens and Munich  and has held tenur­ed posts at the Uni­versities of Cam­bridge, London, and Ox­ford. He currently holds the Jamail Regents Chair at the University of Texas.
As a scholar, Sir Basil has authored (or co-authored) thirty-three books and over one hundred and twenty  articles. He has also written political articles for the Financial Times and The Guardian. He has given individual lectures or held seminars in over 25  Universities on three Conti­nents.
 
His scholarly work has been recognized by his election as Fellow of the British Academy, a Foreign Fellow of the Accademia dei Lincei of Rome, the Royal Belgian Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, and as Corresponding Member of the Institute de France  as well as the Academy of Athens. He is also a Member of the American Law Institute and a Bencher of Gray’s Inn. He was Knighted by H. M. the Queen and has received many high civic honours from the Presidents of France, Germany, Greece, and Italy, most recently the Insignia of Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of France.
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