tzkep1 
 

 

senior research fellow

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List of publications

Research group

 

 Political and Moral Philosophy

Phone numbers
 
Room number

 

+36 1 224 6700/4650
 
B.7.20.
Research area

 

Ethics (in particular: the actual possibilities of the foundation of natural law, the problem of common good, sexual ethics, relation between morals, religion and State); Thomism

Research project

 

2012-2016  Narratives of the History of Hungarian Philosophy (1792-1947), OTKA K104643

Teaching

 

Corvinus University of Budapest (lecturer in the "Christian social principles in economy" [KETEG] programme)

Selected publications from the last five years

 

Zoltán Turgonyi, „Un professore ungherese dell'Angelicum contro il capitalismo. La concezione tomista di Sándor Horváth O. P. sul diritto di proprietà” In: Roberto Ruspanti, Zoltán Turgonyi (szerk.) Tra una guerra e l'altra: Incroci fra Italia e Ungheria: storia, letteratura, cultura, mondo delle idee (1921-1945). 341 p. Roma – Budapest, CISUECO – MTA BTK, 2018. pp. 117-130.

Zoltán Turgonyi, „»Lo schiaffo wilsoniano alle leggi naturali«: Diritto di autodeterminazione e principio di nazionalità nel pensiero cattolico alla fine della Grande Guerra” In: Roberto Ruspanti, Zoltán Turgonyi (szerk.), All'ombra della Grande Guerra: Incroci fra Italia e Ungheria: storia, letteratura, cultura. 370 p. Budapest, MTA BTK, 2017. pp. 331-350.

Turgonyi Zoltán, „Mit kezdjünk az első kőtáblával? Része lehet-e ma a természetjognak a természetes vallás?” In: Frivaldszky János, Tussay Ákos (szerk.) A Természetjog Napja: Konferenciatanulmányok. 373 p. Budapest: Pázmány Press, 2017. pp. 115-131.

Zoltán Turgonyi, „Taking Disanthropocentrism Seriously: Outlines of a Hypothetical Natural Law.” In: Ferenc Hörcher, Béla Mester, Zoltán Turgonyi (szerk.), Is a Universal Morality Possible?. 263 p. Budapest, HAS Research Centre for the Humanities, Institute of Philosophy; L'Harmattan, 2015. pp. 193-204.

Zoltán Turgonyi, „Per una teoria giusnaturalista della famiglia”, PÁZMÁNY LAW REVIEW 2:(2) pp. 161-178. (2014)

golden small 
 

 

research fellow

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Website

Research group

 

Epistemology

Phone numbers
 
Room number

 

+36 1 224 6700/4682
 
B.7.19.
Research area

 

Digital culture; philosophy of science; pragmatism

Research project

 

Sustainable digital culture; Imre Lakatos' heuristics; Richard Rorty's textualism; Functioning of knowledge webs
Teaching

 

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Selected publications from the last five years

 

„Narrative knowledge beyond the pictorial turn”, in: András Benedek and Kristóf Nyíri (eds.), Vision Fulfilled: The Victory of the Pictorial Turn, Budapest: Hungarian Academy of Sciences–Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 2018, 229–238.

„A virtualitás kettős természetéről”, Magyar Tudomány, 178 (2017), 8, 937–943.

„Visual management of time”, in: András Benedek, Ágnes Veszelszki (eds.), In the Beginning was the Image: The Omnipresence of Pictures: Time, Truth, Tradition, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2016, 51–57.

„Lakatos Imre történeti kutatási programja”, in: Rigán Lóránd és Ungvári Zrínyi Imre (szerk.), Az értelem anyanyelvén: Magyar filozófusok a 20. és 21. században, Kolozsvár: Komp-Press–Korunk, 2016, 244–260.

„Lakatos Imre és a tudományos felfedezés dialektikus logikája”, Századvég, 71 (2014/1), 109–145.

gyenis 
 

 

research fellow (on leave)
Fellow in philosophy of physics, at LSE

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Research group

 

Philosophy of physics

Phone numbers
 
Room number

 

+ 36 1 224 6700/4180
 
B.7.27.
Research area

 

Philosophy of modern physics, general philosophy of science

Research project

 

A formal approach to the metaphysical foundations of physics (NKFIH K115593, 2015-2019) 

Teaching

 

ELTE TÁTK ELTECON: philosophy of science for economists

LSE Department of Logic, Philosophy and Scientific Method: philosophy of physics and finance.

Selected publications from the last five years

 

2017: "Maxwell and the normal distribution: A colored story of probability, independence, and tendency toward equilibrium", Studies in History and Philosophy of  Modern Physics 57, 53-65.

2017: "Is it the Principal Principle that implies the Principle of Indifference?", in: L.  Wronski, G. Szabó (eds.): Making it Formally Explicit: Probability, Causality and  Indeterminism. New York: Springer International Publishing, 35-41. (with L. Wronski)

2017: "How do macrostates come about?", in: L. Wronski, G. Szabó (szerk.): Making it Formally Explicit: Probability, Causality and Indeterminism. New York: Springer International Publishing, 213-229. (with M. Gömörivel and G. Szabó)

2017: "Ki magyarázta először az egyensúly felé törekvést?", Fizikai Szemle 750, 2017/6.

2013: "Determinizmus és interpretáció", Magyar Filozófiai Szemle 57, 85-100.

arckep 
 

 

senior research fellow

 

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Research group

 

History of philosophy; Epistemology

 

Phone number
 
Room number
 

 

+36 1 224 6700/190

028

Research area

 

- The history of modern cosmology and its philosophical-epistemological background

- The history and physical interpretations of relativity theory

- The anthropic cosmological principle

- Science and religion

- Science and hermeneutics

- Thomas Kuhn's philosophy of science in the light of recent researches in history and philosophy of science

 

Research project

 

a) "Melchior Palagyi's philosophy of science". A subproject of "Narratives of the Hungarian History of Philosophy", a project supported by the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund.  (Principle investigator: Béla Mester)

b) "The philosophical, metaphysical and cultural aspects of modern cosmology and relativity theory". A subproject of "Philosophical Questions of Physics", a project supported by the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund.  (Principle investigator: László Ropolyi.)

 

Teaching

 

Eötvös Loránd University, Department of the History and Philosophy of
Science, invited lecturer

 

Selected publications from the last five years

 

Székely László

"Interpretációk a fizikában"

MAGYAR FILOZÓFIAI SZEMLE 57:(2) pp. 67-84. (2013)

Székely László

A fizikai megismerés határairól és határtalanságáról: A Higgs-bozon és a fizika „végső elmélet”-e

PANNONHALMI SZEMLE 103:(4) pp. 20-34. (2013)

László Székely

“Lajos Jánossy’s Reformulation of Relativity Theory.”

In: Poggi Stefano, Breidbach Olaf, Forstner Christian (szerk.)

Jahrbuch für Europäische Wissenschaftskultur / Yearbook for European Culture of Science 
6. Stuttgart
Franz Steiner Verlag, 2012. pp. 254-270.

Székely László

William Paley természetes teológiája ma

VIGILIA 77:(3) p. 188. 8 p. (2012)

Székely László

"A tudományos forradalmak szerkezete és a kopernikuszi recepció - 50 év után"

KELLÉK -:(47) pp. 51-75. (2012)

 

 

 

HF
 
 

 

scientific advisor

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Research group

 

Political and Moral Philosophy

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Room number
 
+ 36 1 224 6700/4135
 
B.7.29.
Research area

 

Political philosophy, history of political thought, history of aesthetic thought, aesthetics of literature, of the fine arts and of architecture, art criticism, Hungarian political thought, the intellectual history of the European city
Research project

 

Present projects:

2017-2018: The Hungarian Historical Constitution in Connection with Recent Constitutional Developments. Supported by: Pázmány KAP (app. 500.000 forint), University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies (app. 2000 pound). Publication: A History of the Hungarian Constitution (edited by Ferenc Hörcher and Thomas Lorman), Tauris, London, 2019. (co-edited volume)

2018-2019: The Political Philosophy of Prudence (book project contracted with Bloomsbury Publishers). Publication: The Political Philosophy of Prudence (by Ferenc Hörcher), Bloomsbury, London, 2019. (authored monograph)

2017- : The Political Philosophy of the City (conference series). Coorganiser: Ádám Smrcz. Supported by: bilateral cooperation, NKA, HAS international conference organisation grants, etc. (four conferences (2/year), app. 500.000 - 1.000.000 forint/occasion). Partner institutions: University of Debrecen, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, BME Department of Urban Studies, Hungarian Society for Urban Studies, Local government of Balatonfüred, Tempevölgy literary and cultural journal.  Publication: Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, An International Scientific Journal of Sapientia University.

2015- : Registers of Philosophy (conference series). Coorganiser: Tamás Paár. Supported by: HAS International Conference organisation grant (app. 500.000 forint/occasion). Online work-in-progress series: Registers of philosophy.

Teaching

 

Doctoral School, Pázmány Péter Catholic University

Selected publications from the last five years

 

Hörcher, Ferenc; Thomas, Lorman (eds.): A History of the Hungarian Constitution: Law, Government and Political Culture in Central Europe. New York, Amerikai Egyesült Államok, London, Egyesült Királyság/Anglia: I. B. Tauris, 2018. 345 p.

Hörcher, Ferenc: Is the Historical Constitution of Hungary Still a Living Tradition?: A Proposal for Reinterpretation. In: Górnisiewicz, Arkadiusz; Szlachta, Bogdan (eds.) The Concept of Constitution in the History of Political Thought. Berlin, Németország, Boston, Nemzetközi: De Gruyter Verlag, 2017. pp. 89-110.

Hörcher, Ferenc: Universal Morality. In: Hörcher, Ferenc; Mester, Béla; Turgonyi, Zoltán (eds.) Is a Universal Morality Possible? Budapest: HAS Research Centre for the Humanities, Institute of Philosophy; L'Harmattan, 2015. pp. 7-18.

Hörcher, Ferenc: Communal Values in the New Hungarian Fundamental Law. In: Bos, Ellen; Pócza, Kálmán (eds.) Verfassunggebung in konsolidierten Demokratien: Neubeginn oder Verfall eines Systems? [Constitution Building in Consolidated Democracies: a New Beginning or Decay of a Political System]. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2014. pp. 346-364.

Hörcher, Ferenc: Sources of the Other. In: Gens, Jean-Claude; Olay, Csaba eds.) Charles Taylor. Interprétation, modernité et identité: Interpretation, modernity and identity. Argenteuil: Cercle Herméneutique Éditeur, 2014. pp. 69-91.

 

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