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Hungary Resists the Disruptive Tendencies of Liberalism — An Interview with Harvard Professor Adrian Vermeule

The article of our senior researcher, Gergely Dobozi
‘A major theme of the classical law is that the law should be stable over time and protect traditional expectations about how human life is arranged and how society is conducted. Liberalism by contrast is a doctrine of perpetual disruption and instability, constantly trying to find new frontiers by which traditional societies, and traditional morality can be disrupted.’
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