Category Archives: ČASOPIS

јануар
1
2017.

Deana Jovanović, Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, Univerzitet u Beogradu

Sreda, 24. maj u 12.00 časova
sala na I spratu IFDT

Ambivalencija i ‘rad nade’: anticipiranje budućnosti u industrijskom gradu Bor u Istočnoj Srbiji

U predavanju ću se fokusirati na načine na koje su ljudi u industrijskom gradu Bor u Istočnoj Srbiji anticipirali budućnosti, i na načine na koje su se investirali u svakodnevne prakse kojima su održavali svoje nade i pokušavali da ih realizuju (prakse koje označavam kao „rad nade“). Pokazaću načine na koje se ambivalencija, koja se sastojala od istovremene sprege nade sa različitim drugim, nekad medjusobno sukobljenim dispozicijama poput rizika, očaja, poraženosti, frustriranosti itd, ogledala u načinima na koje su budućnosti bile zamišljavane, i u odnosu na koje su moji sagovornici živeli i delovali. Analiza je zasnovana na materijalu koji sam sakupila tokom 14 meseci (2012/2013) etnografskog istraživanja u Boru, i koji oslikava iskustva ljudi koji su imali različite susrete sa tadašnjim pokušajima da se revitalizuje i transformiše svakodnevni život u kontekstu „uspona“ grada i kompanije Rudarsko topioničarski basen Bor.

април
26
2017.

Legat Vladimira Vukićevića

Sreda, 26. april u 12.00 časova, sala na I spratu IFDT

Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju dobio je vredan poklon u vidu lične biblioteke filozofa Vladimira Vukićevića (1947–2012). Ugovorom je napravljen legat koji će značajno upotpuniti postojeći fond biblioteke Instituta. Legat broji ukupno 952 bibliografske jedinice, prevashodno na srpskom i nemačkom jeziku.

март
23
2017.

Filozofija i društvo, Volume 28, Broj 1 (2017)

HOW TO ACT TOGETHER
LIBERALISMS AND ANTI-LIBERALISMS – CHALLENGES AND ALTERNATIVES
STUDIES AND ARTICLES
INTERVIEW
REVIEWS
FROM THE ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE
децембар
9
2016.

Filozofija i društvo, Volume 27, Broj 4 (2016)


DEMOCRACY AND ETHICAL VALUES

JEAN-LUC MARION AND THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF GIVENNESS
STUDIES AND ARTICLES
POLEMICS
REVIEWS
новембар
3
2016.

Nova verzija sajta

In a month filled with potential best picture nominees (most notably, Manchester by the Sea and Arrival), potential blockbusters (like Doctor Strange, Disney’s Moana, and Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), and intriguing works by auteurs like Tom Ford, Warren Beatty, and Paul Verhoeven, there should be no shortage of films to see in theaters. Check out the 15 most promising titles headed to the big screen in November in the gallery below.

октобар
19
2016.

Filozofija i društvo, Volume 27, Broj 3 (2016)


POLITICS OF REMEMBRANCE: POSTSOCIALISM AND ITS REVISIONS

CONCEPTUALIZING CAPITALISM: SEMINAR WITH GEOFFREY HODGSON
STUDIES AND ARTICLES
REVIEWS
октобар
18
2016.

Aleksandar Molnar

октобар
18
2016.

Figura neprijatelja

октобар
18
2016.

Postapokaliptika

октобар
18
2016.

Hegelovo pravo naroda

октобар
18
2016.

Narativna modifikacija Hajdegerove fenomenologije

септембар
22-23
2016.

Transition without Justice

Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade and

Faculty of Media and Communications, Singidunum University organize the conference

“Transition without Justice?”

Belgrade and Novi Sad, 22-23 September 2016

Transitional justice has established itself as a relatively puzzling and comprehensive problem in the modern theories of justice. Its range has expanded from the justice meted out for war crimes and other crimes committed in situations of state disintegration or transformation, marked by institutional crises, to any kind of institutional justice which arises from changing social, political, ideological and value circumstances and assumptions. Thus the scope of the concept of transitional justice is influenced by the breath of understanding of ‘transition’.

This conference is triggered by the publication, in 2015, of the book authored by Klaus Bachmann and Aleksandar Fatic, The UN International Criminal Tribunals: Transition without Justice? (Routledge, 2015). The book proposes, among other ideas, the controversial thesis that transitional justice is in fact more about achieving the goals of political transition than about fulfilling the demands of moral and legal justice per se. Thus to assess transitional justice, and especially the international tribunals, fairly and historically correctly, one must first discern which specific political goals of social and institutional transition are implicit in the mission of these tribunals.