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    Liberal Values and Political Stabilization in Serbia.Djordje Pavicevic - 2002 - Filozofija I Društvo 2002 (19):165-178.
    The paper is an expanded version of the project proposal 'Liberal values and political stabilization in Serbia'. The idea of the proposal is to explore the possibilities of acceptance and stabilization of liberal patterns of distribution of social goods in transitional countries, keeping in mind peculiarities of the Serbian case. Liberalization of these countries is usually an uneasy and uncertain process. There are two kind paradoxes of liberalization. The first concerns the necessity of political incentives for depoliticization of several social (...)
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    Political Messianism and Democracy: On Possibility of Political Self-Transformation of Democracy.Djordje Pavicevic - 2016 - Filozofija I Društvo 27 (3):644-663.
    The article deals with the relation of political messianism to ongoing debate on the crisis of democracy. The conceptual framework of political messianism is the convenient analytical tool because it makes the concept of crisis a starting point for formulating a different politics of redemption. Three conceptions of political messianism are being analyzed: as a revolutionary policies, as critical tool, as well as open possibility of radical changes. It shows in all three cases that deep beliefs play an important role (...)
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    Public Reason as a Political Ideal: John Rawls’s Conception.Djordje Pavicevic - 2007 - Filozofija I Društvo 18 (2):209-234.
    The article dealt with Rawlsian idea of public reason as a convergence point of his conception of political liberalism. The idea of public reason is taken as a norm of political justification a as well as a political ideal. Major lines of criticism of the Rawls' conception are also discussed in the article. The conclusion is that is possible to defend major elements of Rawls' conception against criticism along Rawlsian lines of argumentation. The thesis advocated through the text is that (...)
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