Master's in Logic and Theory of Science, Budapest

Laszlo E. Szabo laszlo.e.szabo at
Sat Jan 30 10:28:13 EST 2021

Master's in Logic and Theory of Science

The Logic and Theory of Science MA is a two-year master's program in English 
at Eotvos Lorand University Budapest. The program is open to students from 
all over the world with a BA or BSc degree in philosophy, mathematics, 
physics, computer science, linguistics, social science, and all related 
The curriculum includes core courses in logic and formal approaches to 
philosophy of science, and advanced optional courses in logic, philosophy of 
mathematics, foundations of physics, logical methods in linguistics, 
philosophy of language, metaphysics, and formal models in social sciences. 
Students can choose a focus according to their own fields of interests. In 
general, the program is research oriented, aiming to prepare students for a 
PhD program.
The program is administered by the Department of Logic in the Institute of 
Philosophy at Eotvos Lorand University Budapest, in cooperation with other 
departments and research institutes in Budapest, especially with the 
Algebraic Logic Group of Renyi Institute of Mathematics.
The department organizes and hosts a weekly colloquium called Logic and 
Philosophy of Science. Our MA and PhD students regularly and actively 
participate in these events.

The faculty includes:

Hajnal Andreka (Renyi Institute of Mathematics)
Marton Gomori (Department of Logic, Eotvos)
Zalan Gyenis (Department of Logic, Cracow)
Gabor Hofer-Szabo (Research Institute of Philosophy)
Andras Mate (Department of Logic, Eotvos)
Peter Mekis (Department of Logic, Eotvos)
Istvan Nemeti (Renyi Institute of Mathematics)
Ildiko Sain (Renyi Institute of Mathematics)
Laszlo E. Szabo (Department of Logic, Eotvos)
Zsofia Zvolenszky (Department of Logic, Eotvos)

If you have any questions, please contact Prof. Zsofia Zvolenszky:  
zvolenszky.zsofia at
For further information about the program, see:


L a s z l o  E.  S z a b o
Professor of Philosophy

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