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David Martin Jones

The New Techtopia or Thomas More Meets Big Data

"The Techtopian programme involves transhumanism and artificial intelligence leading to what Yuval Harari in Homo Deus (2017) terms the new religion of dataism. The control of social media has given Silicon Valley immense power to shape our identity and influence our choices."


Anthony Daniels

Peter Bauer and the Limits of Economic Development

"In assessing any country and its prospects, it was necessary to have an appreciation of its history, culture and psychology. Wealth is neither nothing nor everything; there is no single measure of life, not even GDP per capita."


Václav Klaus

Resurrecting Peter Bauer in Budapest – Notes for a Conference

"Indeed, I like in general his highlighting “the need to restate the obvious”, in particular his criticism of the exhibitionist guilt felt in the Western world. I could go on and on with such examples."


Gáspár Gróh

Parliamentary Elections in Hungary, 2018

"The key to the success of the Fidesz-KDNP coalition (beyond the sheer performance of their governance, which the opposition will naturally never endorse) lies in its ability to rebound from the bitter disenchantment of the 2002 and 2006 elections to reformulate its campaign strategy, with an emphasis on a pragmatism that has proven exceptionally conducive."


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