Filozofija I Društvo 26 (4):917-933 (2015)

Rastko Jovanov
University of Belgrade
In this text, I begin from a brief presentation of Edith Stein's neglected theory of collective identity in contemporary social ontology, in order to, building on and resisting her conclusions, elaborate a new differentiation of various forms of collective identity. The thesis is that there are only three basic forms of communal living and action which have a feeling of collective belonging and solidarity, that is, collective identity: the masses, associations and communities. I go on to further develop their respective particularities through the use of the terms of mimesis, law and struggle, and by using certain insights from Hegel regarding the nature of?objective spirit?. nema
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