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Gergely Egedy

FERENC HÖRCHER (Budapest, 1964) is a philosopher, intellectual historian, poet and legal theorist. Currently, he is head of the Research Institute of Politics and Government at the National University of Public Service, Budapest, and senior fellow at the Institute of Philosophy of the Loránd Eötvös Research Network. His interests in philosophy include political philosophy and the philosophy of art, in intellectual history early modern political and aesthetic thought and most recently, the history of modern Hungarian political thought. He recently published a co-edited and co-authored volume, A History of the Hungarian Constitution. Law, Government and Political Culture in Central Europe (Bloomsbury,2019), and his own monograph, A Political Philosophy of Conservatism. Prudence, Moderation and Tradition (BloomsburyAcademic, 2020). His next volume is going to be published with the title A Political Philosophy of the European City by Lexington Books.



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