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Remembering Jusztinián Serédi, scholar of canon law, archbishop of Esztergom, member of Upper House

Jusztinán Serédi was born on 24 April 1884 as the tenth child of the Szapucsek family. He was ordained as a monk and upon ordination received the surname of his predecessor, Jusztinián Hollósy astronomer and member of the academy. After graduation he continued his studies in Rome, where he became deeply involved in canon law, which profoundly shaped his future work as well as his world view and eventually made him a widely respected scholar and one of the most influential personalities within the Hungarian Catholic Church.

Published on - 2020-04-09 10:19:00
Category: Anniversaries
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Gusztáv Szászy-Schwarz scholar of private law died 100 year ago

Gusztáv Schwarz, internationally acclaimed scholar of private law was born on 1 January 1859 in Pest. He changed his name to Szászy-Schwarz in 1911 on the occasion of receiving the title of nobility.

Published on - 2020-04-08 12:29:00
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Freely available online resources for EU research – Part 2

In this brief summary you may find a selection of freely available online resources you can make use of if your field of research is the European Union. Although the article is written in Hungarian, the resources, the URLs of which are provided in the text are available in all or most of the official languages of the EU.

Published on - 2020-04-06 09:41:00
Category: News
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sources of national law online

In the brief summary below you may find a selection of freely available essential databases and websites for accessing primary sources of national law from all over the world.

Published on - 2020-04-01 01:50:00
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Tibor Joó, writer and philosopher died 75 years ago

Though lost in oblivion for decades, Tibor Joó was one of the most remarkable philosopher of history in Hungary. On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of his death, we remember his life and times.

Published on - 2020-03-30 12:07:00
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Freely available online resources for EU research

In this brief summary you may find a selection of freely available online resources you can make use of if your field of research is the European Union. Although the article is written in Hungarian, the resources, the URLs of which are provided in the text are available in all or most of the official languages of the EU.

Published on - 2020-03-30 11:05:00
Category: News
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