Event videos

Research seminar 10/2023 on 22 November 2023

Matthew Andersen (DPhil Candidate in Intellectual History at Brasenose College, University of Oxford; Editor, Oxford Centre for Intellectual History): Christian Realism and the Canon of Cold War Liberalism




Panel discussion about the work and legacy of Sir Roger Scruton co-organized by Mathias Corvinus Collegium and Scruton Community Space on 13 November 2020.

The participants in the conversation were Douglas Murray, a British conservative author and journalist, Visiting fellow at the Danube Institute, Ferenc Hörcher, Director of the Research Institute for Politics and Government, and John O’Sullivan, president of the Danube Institute, and was moderated by journalist Boris Kalnoky, head of the Media School of Mathias Corvinus Collegium.





EDUCATING THE SOUL THROUGH ART, On the Political and Aesthetical Legacy of Sir Roger Scruton’s Work, co-organised by the University of Public Service, Budapest and Buckingham University, London, online, 1 October 2020

Ferenc Hörcher:  Aristotelian or Platonist? Scruton's Philosophy and the Great Tradition

Raymond Tallis: Salvation through Art

What Roger Scruton Meant to Students as a Teacher, a discussion with Zoltán Pető, Sebastian Morello and Fisher Derderian