Volume 1 | Number 3 - Full-colour, 100+ pages
Hungary’s foremost English-language magazine on contemporary political, philosophical, religious, and cultural issues from a Central-European conservative perspective. Hungarian Conservative publishes essays, interviews and reviews addressing outstanding issues of conservative thought and featuring a broad spectrum of Hungarian and international thinkers and public figures.
In This Issue
The Autumn 2021 edition of the publication – Issue 3 – includes columns by Gábor Kutasi, Szabolcs Janik, Bence Bauer; features essays by Zsolt Semjén on “Mysterium Fidei” and Chantal Delsol on “The end of Christianity,” as well as Rod Dreher on St. Benedict’s legacy, Jeffrey Kaplan on “The Hungarian Jewish Community and the Question of Anti-Semitism Today,” Calum T. M. Nicholson on social media and Márton Békés on “The Conditions for a European Renaissance”. There are many more interesting peaces by our regular contributors and, as usual, we also included reviews in this issue.