Eugenio Nkogo Ondó, was born on October 18th 1944 in Bibás, Akonibe, Rio Muni, in Equatorial Guinea.
In 1975 he got a Ph.D in Philosophy by the Complutense University of Madrid. After his doctoral studies in Madrid, he followed specialized courses of Ontology, History of Ontology and Contemporary Philosophy at the University of Paris-Sorbonne (1975 – 1976). He has been Lecturer at the University of Ghana, Legon, Accra (1978 – 1980) from there he moved to the United States, conducting a private research at the University of Georgetown, Washington DC (1980-1981). Back to Spain, he worked as Assistant Professor at the College of the University of León (1981 – 1982) and Tenured Professor of Philosophy at the León High School (1982 – 1983). From 1984 to 1987, he taught at the High Teacher’s Training College of León.
A few months after the publications of his work La pensée radicale (2005), the Society of Writers (Société des Écrivains, de Paris) nominated him as candidate to the 6th edition of the International Amnesty Books, celebrated in Rennes between February 2nd and 5th 2006.
“For his great contribution to the dissemination and promotion of knowledge and appreciation of cultural values and truths about AFRICA from respect, sympathy and solidarity”, has been awarded the First Prize for Africa, on May 25, 2006, in Barcelona, awarded by the organization SOS-Africa. He is a member of the SNAI (Société Nationale des Auteurs Indépendants) (National Society of Independents Writers)
He retired from teaching in November 2009, without leaving his commitment, research, writing and his participation in national and international conferences.