Ferenc Hörcher - Art and Politics in Roger Scruton’s Conservative Philosophy

Book launch 16 November 2023


20.15 h.: Welcome (Willem Lemmens, University of Antwerp)

20.20 h.: Ferenc Hörcher (Hungarian Academy of Sciences), Politics - Art - Religion:  The Development of Roger Scruton's Conservative Philosophy

21.00 h.: Andreas Kinneging (University of Leiden), Why Scruton is not a true conservative

21.25 h.: Reply and Questions

21.45 h.: End

Practical information

Thursday 16 November 2023

20.15 – 21.45 h.

Universitty of Antwerp, Kapel Klooster Grauwzusters

Lange Sint-Annastraat 7 - 2000 Antwerp

The speakers

​Ferenc Hörcher is a research professor at Ludovika, University of Public Service and senior fellow at the Institute of Philosophy, HUN-REN, in Budapest. He is author of A Political Philosophy of Conservatism (Bloomsbury, 2020) and The Political Philosophy of the European City (Lexington Books, 2021). He coedited 19th Century Hungarian Political Thought and Culture (Bloomsbury, 2023).
​Andreas Kinneging is Full Professor Philosophy of Law at the University of Leiden. He is author of De Onzichtbare Maat (Prometheus 2020); Je mag zeggen wat je denkt, als je maar hetzelfde denkt als iedereen (Prometheus 2020); Hercules op de Tweesprong (Prometheus 2023).

This book presentation is organized by the Centre for Ethics