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  1. „Život u senci apokaliptičkog ruleta “: Razgovor sa Svetozarom Stojanovićem.Aleksandar Nikitović - 2010 - Filozofija I Društvo 21 (3):35-69.
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    Contemporary Reception of Byzantine Philosophical and Theological Tradition: The Problem of Person and Community.Aleksandar Nikitović - 1996 - Filozofija I Društvo 1996 (9):285-294.
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    Can Virtue Be Taught?Aleksandar Nikitovic - 2009 - Filozofija I Društvo 20 (3):159-183.
    The teachability of virtue is an issue on which were crossed swords during the struggle for supremacy between two basic principles of ancient Greek spirit - sophistry and ancient Greek ethics. Two great representatives of these opposite principles, Plato and Protagoras, confronted their arguments in Plato's dialog named after the great sophist. Paradoxically, during this philosophical struggle, Protagoras, who at the beginning supposed that virtue is teachable, later, on the contrary, states that virtue is not knowledge and this would make (...)
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  4. Država, Sloboda, Znanje.Aleksandar Nikitović - 2008 - Filozofija I Društvo 19 (3):37-59.
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    Filosof U Platonovoj Državi.Aleksandar Nikitović - 2012 - Filozofija I Društvo 23 (3):388-406.
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    Hegelovo razlikovanje'unutrašnje'od'spoljašnje'strane istorije filosofije.Aleksandar Nikitović - 1995 - Theoria 38 (3):23-30.
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    "Living in the Shadow of Apocalyptic Roulette": Conversation with Svetozar Stojanovic.Aleksandar Nikitovic - 2010 - Filozofija I Društvo 21 (3):35-69.
    Progress and invention of apocalyptic means have brought mankind to radically new situation of possible self-destruction. Living in a shadow of selfapocalypse rises new basic dilemmas and questions of understanding of the sense of hu?man actions and poses as most important goal the sole existence of humankind. Could ethics as we know it today and modern political philosophy find the answer to challenges of?apocalyptic roulette? which humankind is facing today, or we need entirely new principles of political organization, is crucial (...)
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    Perfect and Imperfect States.Aleksandar Nikitovic - 2013 - Filozofija I Društvo 24 (2):132-150.
    Early Greek ethics embodied in Cretan and Spartan mores, served as a model for Plato`s political theory. Plato theorized the contents of early Greek ethics, aspiring to justify and revitalize the fundamental principles of a traditional view of the world. However, according to Plato`s new insight, deed is further from the truth than a thought i.e. theory. The dorian model had to renounce its position to the perfect prototype of a righteous state, which is a result of the inner logic (...)
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    Plato, Statesman and Philosopher.Aleksandar Nikitovic - 2014 - Filozofija I Društvo 25 (2):235-256.
    Plato theoretically reinterpreted the contents of early Greek ethics, aspiring to revitalize the fundamental principles of a traditional view of the world. The best example of philosophically ontologized ethics is philosopher-statesman governing the best state. The ruler, however, should not be only a philosopher, though it is a necessary condition. Plato realised the necessity of problematisation of practical side of the activity of the ruler of the polis. Government as a practical activity manifested in experience must consider ethicality which as (...)
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    Recollection and Knowledge.Aleksandar Nikitovic - 2011 - Filozofija I Društvo 22 (1):207-218.
    Ancient Greek ethics held in its heritage contradictory relation in understanding of virtue as a key notion on which were founded polis and politics. Sharpening and revealing of this contradiction was mostly contribution of the sophistic movement, which by rational gauge observed philosophically not enough clarified topics of the Ancient Greek worldview. To solve contradiction arisen from traditional viewpoint premised on the principle that virtue cannot be taught and stand?point that virtue is connected to knowledge, Plato introduces notion of recollection. (...)
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    State, Freedom, Knowledge.Aleksandar Nikitovic - 2008 - Filozofija I Društvo 19 (3):37-57.
    This paper deals with Plato's problematisation of relation between state, freedom and knowledge in his analysis of different aspects of the model-state. Plato understands the state as a common good, and the purpose of establishing of the state is to compensate insufficiency that is immanent to every individual. Righteousness is present only if in the totality of polis are harmoniously bounded all different and individual abilities. Plato in his subtle analysis points out that for the existence of righteous state it (...)
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  12. Savršena I Nesavršene Države.Aleksandar Nikitović - 2013 - Filozofija I Društvo 24 (2):132-150.
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    Traditionalism and Modern Subjectivity: Enlightenment and Conservatism of Edmund Burke.Aleksandar Nikitovic - 2003 - Filozofija I Društvo 2003 (22):271-283.
    The issue of traditionalism versus modern subjectivism in the light of the conflict of Edmund Burke`s conservatism with the Enlightenment as the ideological basis of the French revolution was not discussed or studied sufficiently in our political and philosophical theory. In this paper we are reconsidering a theoretical debate between arising modern rationalism of Enlightenment and European traditionalism. The text further explains on the reasons for choosing this subject and course the research will take subsequently. An overview is provided of (...)
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    The Philosopher in Plato’s State.Aleksandar Nikitovic - 2012 - Filozofija I Društvo 23 (3):388-406.
    Plato?s political theory rests on metaphysical principles that are understandable to only a few. It is assumed that only a narrow group of philosophers is able to put this theory into practice, and using repressive measures. The fewer the initiated the greater the repression. It is assumed that those who do not know the truth can neither predict their destiny nor do anything to make it better because they are unable to understand the goal and purpose of the repression. It (...)
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    The Search for Virtue.Aleksandar Nikitovic - 2011 - Filozofija I Društvo 22 (4):157-181.
    In the combat for virtue, waged between Plato and the Sophists, Plato was striving to keep the contents of old Hellenic ethics, but not their mythical form, where Sophism discovered significant shortcomings and thanks to that challenged the whole contents of old Hellenic ethics. On the other hand, Plato accepted the new form of rational thinking, but not the dismantling unilateralism of Sohpism rationality. In other words, Plato embarked on theoreticizing the contents of old Hellenic ethics, aspiring to reconcile the (...)
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