Konferencia: Religion, State and Nationality

június 3. @ 09:30 - 17:00
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Az Országos Rabbiképző – Zsidó Egyetem tisztelettel meghív minden érdeklődőt a Religion, State and Nationality in Modern Jewish Intellectual History and Herzl’s Political Thought című egy napos, angol nyelvű tudományos konferenciára. A konferencia programja:

Opening and Welcome
9:30 Andor GRÓSZ, president of Mazsihisz (Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities)
Szonja Ráhel KOMORÓCZY, vice-rector of OR-ZSE

First Session
10:00–10:20 Tamás TURÁN: Rabbinic Perspectives on the Inner Tensions of Orthodoxy in Dualist Hungary
10:20–10:40 Johann NICOLAI: Hungary and the B’nai B’rith: Why Free Masons Did Not Open Lodges in Transleithania and Lodges in Follow-up States of Austria-Hungary in the Interwar Period
10:40–11:00 András ZIMA – Norbert GLÄSSER: Languages that Build on Each Other? The Relationship between Religious and Modern Political Symbolism in the Hungarian Jewish Press 1882–1944
11:00–11:20 Petar S. ĆURČIĆ: Jews, the Modern State and Capitalism: Re-examination of Werner Sombart’s Theory
11:20–11:40 Discussion

11:40–12:40 Lunch break

Second Session
Tivadar Herzl Special Panel & Roundtable
12:40–13:00 Ofir HAIVRY: Between the Nation and the Social Contract: The Political Thought of Tivadar Herzl
13:20–13:40 Gábor BALÁZS: Colonialism or Elitism in the Thought of Tivadar Herzl
13:40–14:00 Attila NOVÁK: Herzl, the Liberal and the Conservative, or Could Herzl be a Follower of Any Ideology?
14:00–14:20 Discussion

14:20–14:30 Coffee break
14:30–15:30 Guided tour in the historic building of the Jewish Theological Seminary – University of Jewish Studies (OR-ZSE)

Keynote Lecture and Discussion:
15:30–17:00 Daniel STATMAN: How Much Does „Public Reason” Constrain Legislation? Israel as a Test Case

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Dátum:
június 3.
Időpont:
09:30 - 17:00
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Helyszín

OR-ZSE Hexagonális terem
Scheiber Sándor utca 2.
Budapest, 1084