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The date of the publication:
2016-02-15
The number of pages:
52
The issue:
4:4
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Konrad Szocik, Alex Shkotin, Vitaly I. Levin, Aneta Szyja, Beata Płonka, Béla Mester,

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On Hungarian Philosophy. Its European Past and European Future

Béla Mester (1962), PhD, Senior Research Fellow of the Institute of Philosophy, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary; share-time associate professor of University of Nyíregyháza when he is an alumnus; member of the editorial boards of Hungarian Philosophical Review and Kellék; vice-president of the Hungarian Philosophical Society; Doctor universitatis of history of philosophy (ELTE University, Budapest, 1997); PhD of literary studies (UBB University, Cluj/Kolozsvár/Klausenburg, 2003, in Romania, in Hungarian); PhD of political philosophy (ELTE University, Budapest, 2005); fields of research: history of early modern political philosophy, history of Hungarian philosophy.

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