WORLD-CONQUERING HUNS IN ASIA AND EUROPE
The international scientific conference " WORLD-CONQUERING HUNS OF ASIA AND EUROPE", organised with the participation of internationally renowned scholars and researchers from seven countries (South Korea, the United States, the Netherlands, Hungary, Mongolia, Russia and Turkey), will be available online from 9 a.m. on 27 October and from 10 a.m. on 28 October.
"1956 - It is not that we Hungarians did anything wrong. WE WERE BETRAYED" (János Horváth)
On 26 October, from 9am, the scientific conference of the Institute of Hungarian Research, titled “1956 - It is not that we Hungarians did anything wrong. WE WERE BETRAYED" (János Horváth) will also be available online. The Institute of Hungarian Research will commemorate the events of 1956 in an unusual way, within the framework of a scientific conference, while at the same time the Institute will pay tribute to the memory of the legendary doyen of the National Assembly, János Horváth.
The Metaphysics and Theology of the Eucharist, international scientific conference
The Metaphysics and Theology of the Eucharist - report on the international scientific conference organised by the Research Centre for History of Philosophy of the Institute for Hungarian Studies
As a "scientific opening" of the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress, the Research Centre for History of Philosophy of the Institute for Hungarian Studies organised an international scientific conference from 1 September to 4 September, the opening day of the Congress. Philosophers and theologians from the most prestigious universities in Hungary and around the world (Oxford, UCLA, Notre Dame, etc.), who attended the event personally or virtually (via Zoom), explored the questions and historical solutions of the everyday miracle of the Eucharist, which were ultimately elaborated by High Scholasticism, with the use of and sometimes in spite of the categorical system of ancient and especially Aristotelian metaphysics. The lectures also focused on the initially subtle differences in the scholastic solutions that had developed into denominational conflicts and, in time, even into religious wars by the modern era.