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‘Fierce Warriors’ or ‘Bloodthirsty Savages’: Albanians in Serbian Textbooks (1882–1941)
(Göttingen : V&R unipress GmbH, 2017)
This article analyses Serbian elementary school textbooks from 1882 to 1941 in order to determine the two main phases or modes of representing Albanians in the Serbian educational system during this period: the rise of ...
Affirmation of Principles and Improved Corporate Governance in Serbia - Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
(Coimbra : Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra, 2012)
The aim of this chapter is to examine whether corporate governance in Serbia is based on affirmation of responsible and ethical conduct. The concept of corporate governance refers to the system by which companies are ...
(Non)cognitive Aspects of the Notebook: Extended Cognition and Practice of Use
(Wien : The Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society, Kirchberg am Wechsel, AustriaPölten : Department for Science and Research of the Province of Lower Austria, 2014)
In the first part of the article the basic characteristics of the hypothesis of extended cognition (HEC) are briefly sketched, as well as some problems and objections to this hypothesis. The second part points to affiliations ...
"Violence extreme"et "violence institutionelle". Violence revolutionnaire : Core (Korah) de Walter Benjamin
(Beograd : Champs&contreChamps ; Institut de Pilosophie et de Theorie Sociale, 2013)
Orthodox Church (since 1453)
(Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013)
Da li je neprotivrečno i moguće? Sholastički i rani moderni odgovori
(Kragujevac : Filološko-umetnički fakultet, 2012)
Why Still Education: Retrospected and Inspected
(Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars, 2016)
Why Still Education? will appeal to researchers of education – scholars and students alike – in the fields of philosophy, sociology, pedagogy, andragogy, psychology, political theory, anthropology, and history, as well as ...
Žal za vremenima kada su knjige bile zabranjivane
(Podgorica : Jumedia Mont, 2015)
Naming/Taming the Enemy: Balkan Oral Tradition and the Formation of ‘the Turk’ as the Political Enemy
(Belgrade: The Centre for Empirical Cultural Studies of South-East Europe, 2013)
The article approaches the question of political views promoted by oral tradition through Carl Schmitt’s notion of politics as the distinction between friend and enemy. It focuses on four versions of “Perović Batrić”, a ...
Angažman i problem univerzalnosti: prefigurativna politika
(Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teorijuAkademska knjiga, 2017)
U prvom odeljku ovog teksta nudim klasifikaciju pojma angažmana prema objektu na koji je angažman usmeren. U skladu sa tom klasifikacijom angažman delim na privatni, društveni i politički. Osim što nudi pojmovno razjašnjenje, ...