Both humans and animals can think. The essential difference is that humans are capable of exchanging thoughts with their fellows. Venue: Ibrahim Coffe-house and Restaurant, Kőszeg H-9730 Főtér 17. Date: on the 09th of April 2018 at 6 p.m.
The conversation will focus on the specifics of music as an analog mode of communication between human beings. Date: 21 of March, 2018 at 3.00 p.m. Venue: Szamos Marzipan Patisserie – Budapest, 1126 Böszörményi st. 44-46.
“Blessed and enviable is the man that has found his role in life.” (Elemér Hankiss) Lecture by Csaba Pléh psychologist, linguist.
How long can the Earth bear the burdens of the uncontrolled consequences of production?
When can the recovery mechanisms of the Earth restore the natural order?
Can environmentally friendly patterns be enforced considering global companies?
Pope Francis and the situation of Christendom – Science in the Pub – Monday, 12 February 2018 at 5 p.m. Speaker: Asztrik Várszegi archabbot, Pannonhalma “The joys and the hopes, the griefs and the anxieties of the men of this age, especially those who are poor or in any way afflicted, these are the…
Remembering and Forgetting – Communism in Hungary by Attila Pók (iASK).
Book Launch at Collegium Hungaricum in Vienna.
On the 20th of March 2018, at 7.00 p.m.
University of Pannonia and Institute of Advanced Studies will organise a conference titled
“Living and working in the Digital Age”
18-19 January 2018
Zalakaros, Hotel Karos Spa**** superior
The topic of monument restoration has almost become like football. Everyone has an opinion of it. However, neither the professional community, nor the art-loving community has a shared point of view.
It deals with great, general philosophical and moral questions and it started with many internal debates in different countries, in diverse manners and at different times. Lecture was given in Science in the Pub series by Attila Pók (historian (ELTE, iASK). It is the anniversary of freemasonry in the modern sense and one of the…
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Venue: third floor event hall of the main building of the Dr. Nagy László EGYMI Kőszeg (Kőszeg, Kiss J. St. 31) Date: at 17.30 on Thursday 7th December 2017 Concert programme: Franz Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 Franz Liszt: Tristia – La vallée d’Obermann Franz Liszt: “Carnival in Pest” / Rhapsody No. 9 …
Europe’s growing Muslim population has become a subject of debate and controversy over the past decade. Several factors have contributed to the heightened attention on the question of Islam in Europe and, correspondingly, to misconceptions surrounding that question. One is the reoccurring crisis of serious jihadi terrorism across the European space; another is the unruly…
Revelations Based on New Archival Evidence Lecturer: András Nagy – researcher of IASK; associate professor of University Pannonia More than six decades had passed after the Soviet Army brutally crashed the Hungarian Revolution yet its significance does not seem to diminish. Besides being a turning point of Hungarian history, its direct and indirect international influence was the same significant as…