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        G.M. Tamás

        political philosopher and writer, Budapest

      1. G.M. Tamás is a philosopher and writer. He was elected Director of the Institute of Philosophy of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences 1991–1995, and taught for two years at the University of Budapest. He has held visiting appointments at various institutions, including Columbia University, New York; Oxford; École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales; Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin; Georgetown; Yale; and the New School, New York. His work focuses on political philosophy and political theory, and he is known as a radical Left-wing figure and activist. He has published widely, his work has been translated into fourteen languages. Selected publications include: Kommunismus nach 1989 (2015); Postfascism şi anticomunism (2014); Innocent Power (2012); Telling the Truth about Class (2006); Les Idoles de la tribu (1989); and L’Oeil et la main (1985). Tamás lives and works in Budapest. [Last updated 2016]