Item #3170 Invitation to the March feast of the Galilei circle
Illustrated by Lajos Kozma

Invitation to the March feast of the Galilei circle

Budapest: Around 1910. Illustrated by Lajos Kozma. 1 p. Fine condition.

The Galileo Circle (1908–1919) was an intellectual group that involved the great Hungarian thinker Karl Polanyi as well as other lead intellectuals such as Karl Mannheim and György Lukács (recurring lecturer). It sought to disseminate cutting-edge thought through lectures, seminars, and publications. It was a broad circle of opinion, including radical liberals, social democrats, socialists, and anarchists, but with common goals such as the protection and promotion of free thinking and unprejudiced science in universities.

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