Sorin Cerin (born Sorin Hodorogea on November 25, 1963, in Baia Mare Romania) is a Romanian philosopher and poet of Balkan and Greek origin. After finishing high school in Baia Mare he continued his studies in Bucharest. He took an active part in the Romanian Revolution of December 1989, after that he became editor of a Romanian newspaper Dreptatea , in order to finally choose the path of exile and took refuge in the United States, he left for the Australian continent as an international press correspondent for Australia. Sorin Cerin's poetry is considered in various academic studies a philosophical or existentialist poetry by literary critics published in literary magazines such as those signed by Alexandru Cistelecan, for which Sorin Cerin managed to write a philosophical poetry which combine the imaginative to the conceptual. Elvira Sorohan sees Sorin Cerin's poetry as a continuation of the 21st century existentialist movement, as proof even from the title of the article entitled An Existentialist Poet of the 21st century, where she highlights in Sorin Cerin a poetic work with influences from the forerunners of existentialism of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, like Jean Paul Sartre, Gabriel Marcel, Soren Kierkegaard or even the biblical Eclesiastes, appreciating that Sorin Cerin reconfigured the existentialism of the present, although it was believed until then that existentialism was exhausted.