The lecture will explore some of the ideas that have been the focus of analysis and debate of the Dalmacio Negro Political Science Permanent Seminar at the CEU San Pablo University in Madrid, an independent research and debate forum for scholars, politicians, entrepreneurs and media specialists.

The talk will examine the following ideas:

  • What is radically new in the idea of the State that we have today in the West?
  • What is radically new about the idea of Man according to this new concept of the State?
  • How did these changes come about and where are they leading us to?
  • What is there to account for the difference in the idea of the State between Anglo-Saxon countries and Continental Europe?

Dalmacio Negro is Professor of History of Ideas at CEU San Pablo University in Madrid. The Dalmacio Negro Political Science Permanent Seminar is an independent research and debate forum established in 2000 which is actively patronized by scholars, politicians, entrepreneurs and media specialists, some of whom hold or have held high institutional and governmental positions in Spain.

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