He is Professor of Political Science (Corvinus University and Eotvos Research Network, Budapest). He has been publishing in political theory and philosophy. His current interest includes the interface of politics and literature, political theology, and the thought of Aurel Kolnai. His recent publications in English include Constraining Government. Lexington Books. Lanham; New York; London: Rowman and Littlefield, 2021, The Never-Ending Story of Political Moralism and Realism. Ethical Perspectives 4 (2018): 589-616. , Viktor Orbán’s leadership: the prince, the political father and the doomed trickster. In Modern Leaders: Between Charisma and Trickery. A. Horvath, A. Szakolczai and M. Marangudakis (eds). London, New York: Routledge, 2020: 191-210, Political Death and the Political After life, International Political Anthropology, 2 (2020): 155-70, The Sovereign’s Beatitude. Political Theory 4 (2021): 1-21. Further, he has been publishing in various Hungarian conservative and Catholic platforms since the early nineties.