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CV - Dr. Demeter Tamás

Personal data

Dr. Demeter Tamás

Nemzetközi, Politikai és Regionális Tanulmányok Intézet / Politikatudományi Tanszék
Professor
Qualifications, scientific degrees
Higher education qualifications
  • 1999 - 2000
    University of Bristol, MA, filozófia (B)
  • 2000 - 2003
    University of Cambridge, PhD, tudománytörténet és tudományfilozófia (F)
Scientific degrees and awards
  • 2008, Dr.Habil
    PTE
  • 2017, DSc
    Magyar Tudományos Akadémia
Career
Workplaces
  • 1997 -
    Bölcsészettudományi Kutatóközpont, tudományos tanácsadó
  • 2008 - 2010
    Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Berlin, Lorenz Krüger Fellow
  • 2021 -
    Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem, egyetemi tanár
Important study tours, delegacies
  • 1999, 12 hónap
    University of Bristol
  • 2000, 36 hónap
    Trinity College, Cambridge
  • 2005, 5 hónap
    University of Cambridge
  • 2006, 3 hónap
    IASH, University of Edinburgh
  • 2009, 6 hónap
    Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar
  • 2015, 6 hónap
    IASH, University of Edinburgh
  • 2016, 3 hónap
    University of St Andrews
  • 2021, 2 hónap
    IASH, University of Edinburgh
Awards, titles, honors
  • 1999, Pro Scientia Aranyérem
    OTDT
  • 2000, Akadémiai Ifjúsági Díj
    MTA
  • 2010, Talentum Díj
    MTA
Language skills
Language
Speaking
Writing
Reading
Media appearance
English
Advanced
Advanced
Advanced
Yes
Language skills
  • Language: English
    Speaking: Advanced
    Writing: Advanced
    Reading: Advanced
    Media appearance: Yes
Research, professional activity
Major research projects
  • 2017 - , Erkölcsök és értékek a modern tudományban
    Form of participation: leader of the research team
    Moneylender: MTA Lendület Program
    Further info about research: https://lendulet.fi.btk.mta.hu/en/about-us
Board memberships and positions
  • 2009 - 2018, Századvég, editor-in-chief, member of the editorial team
    Hungarian language
  • 2008 - , Studies in East European Thought, president or member of the editorial board
    Foreign language
Personal data

Dr. Demeter Tamás

Institute of International, Political and Regional Studies / Department of Political Science
Professor
Qualifications, scientific degrees
Higher education qualifications
  • 1999 - 2000
    University of Bristol, MA in Philosophy (D)
  • 2000 - 2003
    University of Cambridge, PhD in History and Philosophy of Science (F)
Scientific degrees and awards
  • 2008, Dr.Habil
    University of Pécs
  • 2017, DSc
    Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Career
Workplaces
  • 1997 -
    Institute of Philosophy, Research Centre for the Humanities, Budapest, Research Group Leader, Senior Research Fellow
  • 2008 - 2010
    Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Lorenz Krüger Fellow
  • 2021 -
    Corvinus University of Budapest, Professor of Philosophy
Important study tours, delegacies
  • 1999, 12 months
    University of Bristol
  • 2000, 36 months
    Trinity College, Cambridge
  • 2003, 3 months
    University of Helsinki
  • 2005, 5 months
    University of Cambridge
  • 2006, 3 months
    IASH, University of Edinburgh
  • 2009, 6 months
    NIAS, Wassenaar
  • 2015, 6 months
    IASH, University of Edinburgh
  • 2016, 3 months
    University of St Andrews
  • 2021, 2 months
    IASH, University of Edinburgh
Awards, titles, honors
  • 1999, Pro Scientia Gold Medal
    OTDT
  • 2000, Academy Junior Award
    Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • 2010, Talentum Academy Award
    Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Language skills
Language
Speaking
Writing
Reading
Media appearance
Hungarian
Native
Native
Native
Yes
English
Advanced
Advanced
Advanced
Yes
Language skills
  • Language: Hungarian
    Speaking: Native
    Writing: Native
    Reading: Native
    Media appearance: Yes
  • Language: English
    Speaking: Advanced
    Writing: Advanced
    Reading: Advanced
    Media appearance: Yes
Research, professional activity
Board memberships and positions
  • 2009 - 2018, Századvég, editor-in-chief, member of the editorial team
    Hungarian language
  • 2008 - , Studies in East European Thought, Springer, president or member of the editorial board
    Foreign language
Publications
  • Fodor's Guide to the Humean Mind, Synthese, 2021
  • Hume on the Social Construction of Mathematical Knowledge, Synthese, 2019
  • Hume on Moral Responsibility and Free Will in A.Covenry & A.Sager (eds.), The Humean Mind, Routldege, 2018
  • A Chemistry of Human Nature, Early Science and Medicine, 2017
  • Enlarging the Bounds of Moral Philosophy in Z.Biener & E.Schliesser (eds.), Newton and Empiricism, OUP, 2014
  • Hume's Experimental Method, British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 2012
  • Mental Fictionalism, Monist, 2013
  • Being Charitable to Scientific Controversies, Monist, 2010
  • Two Kinds of Mental Realism, Journal for General Philosophy of Science, 2009
  • Supervenient Causation and Programme Explanation, Grazer Philosophische Studien, 2002
  • A Metaphysics for Explanatory Ecumenism, Philosophica, 2003
  • David Hume and the Culture of Scottish Newtonianism, Brill, 2016
  • A társadalom zenei képe, Rózsavölgyi, 2017
  • A szociologizáló hagyomány, Századvég, 2011
  • Mentális fikcionalizmus, Gondolat, 2008
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