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"Heat Death in Ancient and Modern Thermodynamics".
Open Systems and Information Dynamics, 8 (2001)

"Az Univerzum jövõje és a hõhalál" [The Future of the Universe and Heat Death]
Fizikai Szemle, 2001/1.

"A matematikai megismerés Lakatos Imre szerint" [Lakatos's View of Cognition in Mathematics]
In: Kampis Gy., Ropolyi L. (eds): Evolúció és megismerés. Budapest, Typotex, 2001.

"Szabó Árpád -- Megemlékezés" [Árpád Szabó -- An Obituary]
Magyar Tudomány, 2002/6.

"Why Is There Motion in our World?"
Periodica Politechnica Ser. Soc. Man. Sci. 10/1 (2002)


English to Hungarian:

László Tisza: "End of Century Task: Resolving the Paradoxes of the Beginning"
Fizikai Szemle, 1998/5.

Alan Sokal - Jean Bricmont: Fashionable Nonsense
Budapest, Typotex, 2000.

Theodore J. Kisiel: "Foreword"
In: Schwendtner T., Ropolyi L., Kiss O. (eds): Hermeneutika és a természetudományok. Budapest, Áron Kiadó, 2001.

András Benedek: "Answering Zeno"
In: Forrai G., Margitay T. (eds): Tudomány és történet. Budapest, Typotex, 2002.

Hungarian to English:

Imre Lakatos: "Modern Physics, Modern Society"
In:  George Kampis, Ladislav Kvasz and Michael Stöltzner (eds.): Appraising Lakatos. Mathematics, Methodology and the Man. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002.

Conferences, public talks

"Irreversible Microeconomics"
Complex Systems in Natural and Economic Sciences
Oct. 26 - 28 1997, Budapest, University of Economics

"Imre Lakatos's Lost Doctoral Dissertation"
11th International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science
Aug. 20 - 26 1999, Cracow, Poland.

"From the Extropy of the Universe to the Economic constraints"
Complex Systems in Natural and Social Sciences
Oct. 14 - 17 1999, Kazimierz Dolny, Poland

"Imre Lakatos' Philosophy of Mathematics" (In Hungarian)
Matematikatörténet és Matematikatanítás [History and Education of Mathematics]
April 17 - 18 2000, Budapest, ELTE TFK

"The Copernican Revolution" (In Hungarian)
Paradigmák [Paradigms]
May 4 - 5 2000, Budapest, MTA Philosophical Institute

"Can rationality establish itself? Lakatos meets Popper's challenge"
HOPOS 2000 (3rd International Conference on the History of Philosophy of Science)
July 6 - 9 2000, Vienna, Austria

"Heat Daeth in Ancient and Modern Thermodynamics"
Complex Systems in Natural and Social Sciences
Oct. 5 - 8 2000, Zakopane, Poland

"Imre Lakatos and thePhilosophy of Mathematics"
Seminár studentu logiky
Nov. 6 2000, Prague, Czech Republic

"Lakatos's View of Cognition in Mathematics" (In Hungarian)
IX. MAKOG (Hungarian Assotiation for Cognitve Science)
Feb. 1 - 3 2001, Visegrád, Hungary

"Sociology and Philosophy of the Solar Neutrino Project" (In Hungarian)
Hungarian Colloquium in Astronomy
Oct. 3 2001, Budapest, ELTE TTK

"Can Mathematics Originate from Philosophy?" (In Hungarian)
"Remembering Árpád Szabó" -- Memorial Congress
Dec. 4 2001, Budapest, ELTE TTK

"Science Wars: A Contemporary Debate on Modern Science that Shook the Academic World"
Cognitive Science Colloquium
June 5 2002, Krakow, Poland

"The Problem of Heat Death"
Complex Systems in Natural and Social Sciences
Sept. 27 - 29 2002, Mátrafüred, Hungary

"Phiosophical Origins In Mathematics? Árpád Szabó Revisited"
13th Novembertagung on the History of Mathematics
Oct. 31 - Nov. 3, Frankfurt am Main, Germany