Konjović Marko



Konjović Marko

Research Assistant
marko.konjovic@gmail.com

 

 

 

CURRICULUM VITAE (pdf)

 

• Ph.D. in Philosophy, Central European University, Department of Philosophy, Budapest, Hungary, current
• M.A. in Philosophy, Central European University, Department of Philosophy, Budapest, Hungary, 2013 (with distinction)
• M.A. in Political Science and International Relations, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Science, Belgrade, Serbia, 2013
• B.A. in Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade, Serbia, 2011

 

My primary areas of philosophical interest are contemporary (analytical) political and moral philosophy, with a particular focus on caring relationships (marriage, parent-child relationships, and friendship) and theories of social justice. In my PhD thesis, I examine the importance of caring relationships for our lives to go well and whether, and if so how, the liberal state should regulate citizens’ caring relationships. I also have related interests in the history of political thought, moral psychology, philosophy of love and sex, various issues in applied ethics, philosophy of law, and feminism.

 

Publications

Peer-reviewed Articles:

(2014). “Cutting the Gordian Knot of World Poverty: Thomas Pogge’s Alexandrian Solution.” Filozofija i društvo 25 (3): 290–312. (Serbian)

(2011). “Progress or Regress: Kant and the right to (r)evolution.”  Sintezis III (1): 53–76. (Serbian)

 

Book Reviews:

(2019). “Clare Chambers, Against Marriage: An Egalitarian Defense of the Marriage-Free State.” Croatian Journal of Philosophy XVIII (55): 175–180. 

(2018). “Julie Rose, Free Time.”  Filozofija i društvo 29 (2): 301–304.

(2014). “Martha C. Nussbaum, Creating Capabilities: The Human Development Approach.” Filozofija i društvo 25 (1): 243–247. (Serbian)

 

 

https://ceu.academia.edu/MarkoKonjovic

https://philosophy.ceu.edu/people/marko-konjovic