2004 Conservative Clubs

[01.01.2005, Admin, CONSERVATIVE CLUBS]

In September 2004 the Conservative Institute held a meeting on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the World War II beginning – World War II and Failure of Western Civilisation. Tomáš Zálešák, a political scientist (Trnava University), and advisor to the Chairman of the Parliament (The National Council of the SR), presented his contribution called Rise of National Socialism and the Development Preceding September 1, 1939 and Peter Osuský, the Vice-Chancellor of Comenius University, and Vice-Chairman of the Civic Conservative Party, approached the topic The Necessity to Oppose the Evil 65 Years Ago and Now.

In October 2004, philosopher Peter Fotta (Department of Political Science, Faculty of Philosophy, Trnava University) lectured on the topic Thomas of Aquine and His Work on the occasion of receiving an important work by Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologiae for the Library of Conservatism.