The Institute of Philosophy of the Research Centre for the Humanities cordially invites you to the upcoming hybrid workshop entitled Polish–Hungarian intellectual history in European context – Case studies.

The workshop is part of the bilateral research project supported by the Polish and Hungarian Academies of Sciences entitled Westernisers and ‘Narodniks’. Dichotomous Identity-Generating Narratives in the 19th–20th-century Polish and Hungarian Intellectual History.

Date: Tuesday, 16 November 2021

You can join by clicking on the link below.

Meeting ID: 869 8340 1979

Passcode: 207331


15:00–15:10 Welcome words of the virtual host of the conference in Warsaw, Béla MESTER

Béla MESTER (Budapest)
East-Central European reception of Kantianism from a Vienna aspect

Gábor KOVÁCS (Budapest)
Hungary, the ferry-boat country – West and East in the Hungarian identity-generating intellectual discourses

Rafał SMOCZYŃSKI (Warsaw–Seoul)
The exclusionary and inclusionary modes of Polish citizenship

Bettina SZABADOS (Vienna)
Lukács’s critique of culture (a research report)

Discussion on the next tasks within the project
(exclusively for the members of the project group)