Climate change is a global phenomenon that recognizes no national boundaries, political, social, religious, or economic systems, or ethnic origins. One element of climate change is the crisis of emerging diseases. This represents an existential threat to humanity; technological, heavily urbanized humanity may be at particular risk. Special Issue of the iASK Working Paper by Daniel R. Brooks.
Climate change has opened Pandora’s box of unknown pathogens that could have an untold impact on humanity unless we act now!
Péter Poczai: The Festetics Mistery. Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg, 2019. 159 p.
Kasputis, Juozas (2019) Scholar Entangled: New Implications for Social Inquiry / The Necessity for Peace and Pax Imperii: the Present and Future of European Integration
Juozas Kasputis: Scholar Entangled: New Implications for Social Inquiry / The Necessity for Peace and Pax Imperii: the Present and Future of European Integration. iASK Working Papers. II.2019/WP02
Translated from the German edition Mitteleuropa Revisited: Warum Europas Zukunft in Mitteleuropa entschieden wird
Ryszard Praszkier: The Anatomy of Obama’s “Yes We Can” iASK Working Papers. II.2019/WP01
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Thomas Filk: ‘Quantum’ and ‘Quantum-Like’: an Introduction to Quantum Theory and its Applications in Cognitive and Social Sciences
This article emphasizes the similarities between phenomena in quantum theory and phenomena in psychology and sociology, thereby presenting arguments why the formalism developed in quantum theory may be of relevance to the cognitive sciences. It is also intended to be a very cursory introduction to the ideas of quantum theory.
Negotiating Identity: Micro Politics of Mixing Apples and Pears in the High School of Jajce, Written by Igor Stipic (iASK)
This article, combining insights from political anthropology, identity studies and sociology, attempts to reinterpret symbolism of the student struggle by contextualizing its development inside of Jajce and BiH itself.
(Magyar) A könyv kőszegi sorsokról szól. Megpróbáltuk rekonstruálni és értelmezni a különleges paloták, házak tulajdonosainak, lakóinak egyéni életútját, karrierjét, társadalmi presztízsét, kapcsolatait, gazdasági helyzetét, gondolkodásmódját, értékvilágát.
This volume is a compilation of some of the keynote speeches and lectures that were delivered at the Third European Blue Sky Conference, held in Budapest between 23-25 November 2018.
The emergence of genetics from Festetics’ sheep through Mendel’s peas to Bateson’s chickens by Péter Poczai at Journal of Genetics
In its evolution towards genetics as a well-established scientific field in its own right, the history of ‘heredity’ has many plots and characters.