is editor-in-chief of Magyar Lettre Internationale (Hungarian edition). She has been chair of the Hungarian National Committee of the European Cultural Foundation since 1998 and a coordinator of the "Central European Supplement" from 1994 onwards. She has organized many European and regional events, including "Revolutions and Restorations" (1992); "Intellectuals between Morals and Politics" (1996); "Samizdat" (2000); and "Joining the Club: The Central-European countries in the period of the referenda" (2003). She is co-organizer of the annual European First Novel Festival at the Budapest International Book Festival. She has a Ph.D. in philosophy and has taught philosophy at the Eotvos University, Budapest, since 1969.
A response to Samuel Abraham
Corruption continues to play a decisive role in the relationship between the state and its citizens, writes Éva Karádi. [more]