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Current thesis topic proposals of University of Szeged, György Málnási Bartók Doctoral School of Philosophy

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Dezső CsejteiOrtega y Gasset's philosophy2021-10-30SZTE
András CzeglédiPhilosophical and aesthetic aspects of "the sublime"2021-10-30SZTE
András CzeglédiAmerican philosophy2021-10-30SZTE
András Czeglédi
Zoltán Gyenge
Modern aesthetics2021-10-30SZTE
Katalin DemcsákIssues of mediality in contemporary theatre2021-10-30SZTE
Katalin DemcsákCulture-hermeneutics2021-10-30SZTE
Zoltán GyengeThe Metaphysics of Theatre2021-10-30SZTE
Zoltán GyengeKierkegaard's philosophy2021-10-30SZTE
Zoltán GyengePost-Kantian Ethics2021-10-30SZTE
Zoltán GyengeSchelling's philosophy2021-10-30SZTE
Zoltán GyengeModern Art2021-10-30SZTE
Anikó JuhászIntersections between philosophy and literature in the 20th century2021-10-30SZTE
Anikó Juhász
János Tóth
Interdisciplinary issues of bioethics and medical ethics2021-10-30SZTE
Anikó JuhászMedical ethics -- from the viewpoint of the patient2021-10-30SZTE
Attila KissPhilosophy and theories of subjectivity in literary criticism2021-10-30SZTE
Attila KissThe relation of philosophy and literature2021-10-30SZTE
Sándor KrémerThe fundamental ontology of the early Heidegger and his late mysticism of being2021-10-30SZTE
Sándor KrémerIssues of the foundations of ethics2021-10-30SZTE
Sándor KrémerThe philosophy of art of Heidegger and Gadamer2021-10-30SZTE
Sándor KrémerThe philosophy of art of Heidegger and Gadamer2021-10-30SZTE
Sándor KrémerSchleiermacher's philosophy of religion2021-10-30SZTE
Sándor KrémerThree anti-metaphysical thinkers in the 20th century: Husserl, Heidegger, Rorty2021-10-30SZTE
Katalin KürtösiAesthetics and theory of drama2021-10-30SZTE
Zsuzsanna MátéPhilosophical Dilemmas of the Crisis/Change of Art2021-10-30SZTE
Zsuzsanna MátéPhilosophy in Hungarian fine art and literature2021-10-30SZTE
Zsuzsanna Máté
János Tóth
Utopias and counter utopias2021-10-30SZTE
Zsuzsanna MátéThe Interrelations of Cultural and Artistic Spheres2021-10-30SZTE
Zsuzsanna MátéPhilosophical Issues in Visual Culture2021-10-30SZTE
Zsuzsanna MátéProblems in Hungarian theories of art and aesthetic thought2021-10-30SZTE
András Máté-TóthReligion and religious experience in Central Eastern Europe2021-10-30SZTE
András Máté-TóthIndividual and society in post-secular thought2021-10-30SZTE
András Máté-TóthParadigms of theories of religion2021-10-30SZTE
András Máté-TóthIssues between philosophy and the theory of religion in the history of Hungarian science2021-10-30SZTE
Emese MogyoródiTragedy and philosophy2021-10-30SZTE
Emese MogyoródiModern theories of tragedy in philosophy (Hegel/Kierkegaard/Nietzsche)2021-10-30SZTE
Emese MogyoródiThe philosophy and trial of Socrates2021-10-30SZTE
Emese MogyoródiAncient Greek theories of the soul2021-10-30SZTE
Emese MogyoródiPresocratic philosophy2021-10-30SZTE
Emese MogyoródiPlato's critique of art2021-10-30SZTE
Ferenc OdoricsInterpretations of the Aesthetic and Metaphysical Tradition2021-10-30SZTE
Ferenc OdoricsFilm and its borderlines2021-10-30SZTE
Tamás PavlovitsPhilosophies of early modernity (Descartes, Pascal, Leibniz, Malebranche. Locke, Berkeley, Hume)2021-10-30SZTE
Tamás PavlovitsCartesian ethics2021-10-30SZTE
Tamás PavlovitsPractical Philosophy and the Philosophical Tradition2021-10-30SZTE
Tamás PavlovitsFreedom (political, positive, negative, autonomy) and free will, freedom and determinism from Antiquity to the present2021-10-30SZTE
Tamás PavlovitsInterpretations of the concept of infinity in European thought (Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, Cusanus, Pascal, Descartes, Leibniz, Lévinas, etc.)2021-10-30SZTE
Tamás PavlovitsFoucault's philosophy2021-10-30SZTE
Tamás PavlovitsCartesian ethics2021-10-30SZTE
László PereczPhilosophy of Science in 19th and 20th Century Hungary2021-10-30SZTE
Judit Nóra PintérPhenomenology of extreme situations: trauma, pain, illness, distorted body (image), disability, prothesis, anxiety2021-10-30SZTE
Judit Nóra PintérHolocaust - testification and theory2021-10-30SZTE
Bertalan PusztaiPilgrimage and tourism: allegorical interpretations of modernity in the context of travelling in search of authenticity2021-10-30SZTE
Klára SándorCultural Identity2021-10-30SZTE
Klára SándorCultural and Linguistic Relativism, Constructivism and Universalism2021-10-30SZTE
Klára SándorFamily resemblance and connectivism: from Wittgenstein to Clark2021-10-30SZTE
Klára SándorModels and Philosophical Aspects of Cultural Evolution2021-10-30SZTE
Klára SándorThe heritage of the Humboldtian paradigm philosophy of culture and language in 20th century philosophy of language and hermeneutics (Wittgenstein, Bahtyin, Fish)2021-10-30SZTE
József SimonObjective Reality (Suárez, Descartes, Kant)2021-10-30SZTE
József SimonMoral atheists and immoral metaphysicians in Early Modernity2021-10-30SZTE
József SimonMoral atheists and immoral metaphysicians in Early Modernity2021-10-30SZTE
József SimonThe Philosophy of Duns Scotus2021-10-30SZTE
József SimonProblems of Modality in the Late Middle Ages2021-10-30SZTE
József SimonOntology in the Middle Ages2021-10-30SZTE
József SimonMachiavelli's philosophy2021-10-30SZTE
Tibor SutyákPhilosophy of mind2021-10-30SZTE
Réka SzilárdiNationalism and theories of religion2021-10-30SZTE
Réka SzilárdiReligion and meme2021-10-30SZTE
György Endre SzőnyiTheories of cultural representation in early Modernity and its Post-Modern reception2021-10-30SZTE
János TóthEnvironmental philosophy and ethics2021-10-30SZTE
Emőke VargaTheories of art on the concurrence of verbal and visual media representation2021-10-30SZTE
Éva VíghStudia humanitatis and humanism2021-10-30SZTE
Éva VíghAristotle's ethics in early Modern Italy2021-10-30SZTE
Éva VíghFamous female figures in Italian Renaissance and Baroque2021-10-30SZTE
Éva VíghMoral philosophy in the Courtly Culture of Renaissance and Baroque2021-10-30SZTE
Emőke VargaLiterature and Fine Art Through the Mirror of 20th Century Art Theories2021-10-30BTK
Emőke VargaTheory of Illustration2021-10-30BTK
Emőke VargaTheories of the Relation of Text and Image2021-10-30BTK

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