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    Personalized Ad in Your Google Glass? Wearable Technology, Hands-Off Data Collection, and New Policy Imperative.Yong Jin Park & Marko Skoric - 2017 - Journal of Business Ethics 142 (1):71-82.
    This study analyzes the increasing presence and capabilities of wearable computing devices in the cornucopia of personalized digital data. We argue that the institutional data practices typical of Google Glass will pose policy challenges and herald yet another dramatic shift to personalized data marketing. We also highlight the characteristics of Google’s existing synergetic data practices that will shape the development of not only Google Glass, but also all subsequent wearable mobile devices in light of 360-degree data collection. The key organizing (...)
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    Virgin Birth Controversy. Study in the Anthropology of Ignorance.Marko Škorić & Ana Bilinović Rajačić - 2021 - Anthropos 116 (2):405-418.
    Virgin birth controversy enjoys a privileged status in the history of anthropology and reflects the exceptional interest anthropology takes in “biological facts” of human procreation. In the widest sense, this controversy centers around procreative beliefs, or more precisely, the “discovery” of people who were considered to be ignorant of the facts of physiological paternity and the causal relationship between copulation and pregnancy (in humans). This paper offers an overview of the main theoretical approaches and an insight into the variety of (...)
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    Metafizika imoralnosti – naturalizam, materijalizam i ateizam Marquisa de Sadea.Aleksej Kišjuhas & Marko Škorić - 2022 - Synthesis Philosophica 37 (1):69-87.
    This paper argues that Marquis de Sade is a more original and relevant Enlightenment philosopher than it is commonly thought. We argue that de Sade is a notable author and a noteworthy naturalist thinker in contemporary times as well, concerning modern science, organized religion, (homo)sexuality, political violence and prevalent sociocultural norms. In order to demonstrate these claims, we thoroughly analyse de Sadeʼs philosophies of naturalism and materialism, i.e., his metaphysics and his radical ethics of “immorality”, based on viewing (human) Nature (...)
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    Culture in Non-Human Animals and the Evolutionary Origin of Human Culture.Marko Škorić & Aleksej Kišjuhas - 2020 - Filozofska Istrazivanja 40 (2):343-360.
    This paper calls into question the ontological privilege of the human species that rests on many misguided ideas. One of these ideas is that Homo sapiens is the only species that possess culture. In this sense, the problem of culture is emphasised in the context of the so called minimalist and expansionist definitions. Furthermore, this paper details examples of cultural behaviour in non-human animals. The components commonly considered necessary to speak of true culture are also critically analysed. These components are (...)
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    Georg Simmel's Selection Theory.Marko Škorić - 2013 - Filozofska Istrazivanja 33 (2):331-342.
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    Sociologija nauke: mertonovski i konstruktivistički programi.Marko Škorić - 2010 - Sremski Karlovci: Izdavačka knjižarnica Zorana Stojanovića.
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    Teorija selekcije Georga Simmela.Marko Škorić - 2013 - Filozofska Istrazivanja 33 (2):331-342.
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    Politics of memory, historical revisionism, and negationism in postsocialist Serbia.Marko Skoric & Milivoj Beslin - 2017 - Filozofija I Društvo 28 (3):631-649.
    This paper explores the phenomenon of revisionism in historiography, while focusing in particular on illegitimate revisionism and negationism. It is indisputably true that historiography must be subject to constant revisions. Like all scientific theories, it needs to be characterized by a sort of?conservative? openness towards new ideas; however, revisions and negations are often put forward without scientific grounding. They reject the well-established historiographical methods, while opening themselves to various kinds of ideologies, biases and manipulations. The paper further offers a synthesized (...)
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