Submissions are invited for the conference "Modern Capitals and Historical Peripheries - Central Europe from the Perspective of Contested Modernities" to be held on 20-21 October 2017 at the Institute of Philosophy, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The details of the CFP are available here.
The History and Philosophy of Science research group of the Institute of Philosophy cordially invites you to its upcoming event:
László Bernáth (RCH HAS)
Neil Sinhababu (National University of Singapore)
Judit Szalai (ELTE)
Attila Tanyi (University of Liverpool)
Date of the event: 3rd July, 2017., 10:30.
Ferenc Hörcher and Zoltán Turgonyi are giving talks at the conference organized by Th Insitute of Philosophy of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and CISUECO at Università Roma Tre on 15-16 June, 2017. The title of their respective talks are: "La cultura politica di fare la pace. Il „messaggio” di Guglielmo Ferrero e István Bibó durante la seconda guerra mondiale" and "Un professore ungherese dell’Angelicum contro il capitalismo: il libro di Sándor Horváth OP sulla teoria tomista del diritto di proprietà". The programme is available here.
A new collective volume has been published by the Institute of Philosophy of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences entitled "All'ombra della Grande Guerra. Incroci fra Italia e Ungheria: storia, letteratura, cultura" (In the shadow of the Great War. Contacts between Italy and Hungary: history, literature, culture) edited by Zoltán Turgonyi, senior researcher of the Institute of Philosophy (RCH HAS) and Roberto Ruspanti, professor of Università degli Studi di Udine, director of CISUECO (Interuniversity Research Centre of Hungarology and Central and Eastern-European Studies). The book contains the selected and edited papers of the conference organized in Budapest on 11-12 June 2015. The table of contents is available here. Members of the Institute of Philosophy Zoltán Frenyó, Ferenc Hörcher and Zoltán Turgonyi are among the authors of the volume. The Italian language, multidisciplinary volume of essays can be ordered from the Institute of Philosophy.