Hamlet in Wittenberg: 

Civic and Princely Education in Early Modern Europe

A Workshop at the Institute of Philosophy of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest.

Organisers: Ferenc Hörcher and Adam Smrcz

"Their approach to the reform of politics was quite different from that advocated by modern republicans. For them, education in virtue was the key to a successful polity; it was worth more than any number of laws, regulations and policies; it transcended the whole question of constitutions and even of political liberty. The humanists saw liberty as the reward of virtue, not its precondition; it was something to be merited, not a prescriptive right. All this seems foreign to our modern sensibilities. But that is not to say that the humanists' political thought is irrelevant to the modern world."

James Hankins

Institute of Philosophy - Hungarian Academy of Sciences
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