The author, former director of the Institute of Philosophy of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, is a visiting professor at the Central European university in Vienna and Budapest.
1989: the end of what?
It is not merely a bad mood that makes East Europeans look beyond ’liberal democracy’, but the unresolved political...
From Afrin to Ghouta
The egalitarian, feminist and socialist enclaves created by the Kurdish left are attacked with particular ferocity...
The mystery of ‘populism’ finally unveiled
The philosopher of post-Fascism enters the populism fray with his own candidate for post-truth – Left betrayal. Czech.
Anti-Immigration Referendum Sunday in Hungary
Our first major interview on openDemocracy was on the ‘Post-Fascism’ thesis recently expounded by the Hungarian...
"The majority of Hungarians are apathetic, indifferent, and devoid of hope." An interview with Gaspár M. Tamás
Jaroslav Fiala speaks to Gaspár M. Tamás about the brutality of capitalism, Orbán’s Hungary, and the failure of the...
The meaning of the refugee crisis
"One is reminded of the beautiful summer days of 1944, when tens of thousands of Jews were forcibly marched to their...