is the Director of the Institute of Political Science and Philosophy at the Corvinus University of Budapest. He has published books on Tradition and Modernity in Leo Strauss’s Political Philosophy, Democracy and Political Science, Political Philosophy of the 20th Century. He is also active in the revival of the Hungarian conservative political thought (Conservative Manifesto). He is the Hungarian editor of three relevant books of political science (Encyclopaedia of Political Thought, Encyclopedia of Political Science, and The New Handbook of Political Science). He has also translated several books including Leo Strauss’s Natural Right and History and Persecution and the Art of Writing. He was a Fulbright Scholar at the Eric Voegelin Institute (1997-8), and directed the Liberty Fund conference in Hungary. Presently he serves as the Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Center for European Revival.