Short CV: 

Zoltán Gábor Szűcs (1979) is a political theorist, intellectual historian, and student of post-1989 Hungarian politics. He studied Hungarian literature and earned his PhD in political science at ELTE. He published a monograph and many book chapters and journal articles about Hungarian politics and the 18th and early 19th-century history of political thought. Recently, he has been studying normative political theory (political realism, political ethics, political theory in popular culture). He is also a research fellow at Centre for Social Sciences. 

Selected publications: 

Zoltán Gábor Szűcs: Tacitus on Political Failure: A Realist Interpretation EUROPEAN LEGACY: TOWARD NEW PARADIGMS (1084-8770 1470-1316): 26 5 pp 519-534 (2021)

Zoltán Gábor Szűcs: Political Obligations in Illiberal Regimes RES PUBLICA: A JOURNAL OF MORAL LEGAL AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY (1356-4765 1572-8692): 26 4 pp 541-558 (2020)

Zoltán Gábor Szűcs: Aristotle’s realist regime theory EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL THEORY (1474-8851 1741-2730): 2018 p. 147488511880608. (2018)

HU 2021.11.07.