Interkulturalnost i multietnička društva - između kulturnog modela i društvene stvarnosti
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The text duscusses the problem of interculturality from the anthropological perspective. The main thesis is that cultural practice of multiethnic societies always to some extent switches from interculturality considered as a model of interaction of different ethnic cultures. It is due to the biological and psychic human structure that could be under the limited influence of social conditions. The standpoints is grounded on some basically insights of Freud's metapsychology. The conclusion is that, however, anthropological realism is comparable with existential idealism taken as the political platform. It arises from the hypothesis that man is, whatsoever, sociable being who can not exist out of community.
Keywords:interculturality / multiethnic societies / culture / anthropology
Source:Interkulturalnost/Interculturality (ed. B. Jakšić), 1995, 407-421
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