This article is available only in italian  Il Diritto romano nella civilistica Europea

Convegno Internazionale

Milano, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, 16 E 17 Gennaio 2014

Popper Péter - The Book of Inner Paths

True to its title, Péter Popper’s The Book of Inner Paths goes beyond presenting dry psychological concepts, and sets out a path aimed at developing self-awareness, inner balance and understanding. In this theoretical work, Popper integrates many sources, creating an effective and comprehensible collection of exercises and explanation. Aiming not to cure the mentally ill, but rather to come up with a methodology that may help healthy people who “lose their way, who look at inner dissatisfaction with the need for change” or who “wish to become better acquainted with and to develop themselves” The Book of Inner Paths provides them with the tools to start “with basics and simple training-programs aimed at individual sub-functions, and move towards more complex issues such as character and personality shaping.”

Dr. Ádám Boóc - lecture

Adam Boóc delivered a lecture in the Legal Section of the Hungarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce on the 28th of May, 2015.

Código Civil - Decreto Legislativo Nº 295

It is worth mentioning that the official, jubilee 16th edition of Código civil of Peru (1984) was published this March. The author of the prologue (Prólogo) refers to the outstanding academic achievement of Professor Gabor Hamza. The first part of the First book (Libro I – Derecho de las Personas) includes a study of Professor Hamza in Spanish as an introductory paper. This should be regarded as a significant source to the interpretation of the Code, most specifically to the articles related to the protection of personality. This reference and the publication of the study is unique both in Hungarian and international relations.

The Magna Carta and the Bulla Aurea

Seminar Commemorating

Thursday, 5 March 2015 at 16:00-18:00
Embassy of Hungary, 35 Eaton Place London, SW1X 8BY