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    Enlightenment: The Crisis and Transformation of the Concept.Mile Savic - 2006 - Filozofija I Društvo 2006 (30):9-29.
    The subject of the paper is the crisis of the concept of enlightenment examined at three levels: polemic-rhetorical, historical-descriptive, and philosophical-normative. The author argues that the inconsistency of substantive definitions of enlightenment does not necessarily result in rejection of this concept but rather in its continuous transformation. By way of conclusion, the author stresses that the normative revival of the concept of enlightenment may be rendered more viable by making a distinction between Enlightenment, as a particular historical period and intellectual (...)
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    Conditio moderna/postmoderna.Mile V. Savić - 1996 - Theoria 39 (3):161-170.
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    Heidegger and the Deconstruction of Metaphysics.Mile V. Savić - 1995 - Filozofija I Društvo 1995 (8):9-29.
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    Practical Implications of 'Postmodern Philosophy'.Mile Savic - 2002 - Filozofija I Društvo 2002 (19):21-38.
    The article examines the implications of the discourse about postmodernity. Postmodernity is analyzed as a complex discursive figure. Within the discourse about postmodernity three levels are distinguished: the postmodern condition, postmodernism, and reflection of the postmodern condition. Special attention is paid to globalization and the problem of the enforcement of modern projects in East-European societies, particularly Serbia. These societies are termed object-societies, while their modification of modernity is called eastmodernity. The author's answer to the complexity of the postmodern condition is (...)
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  5. Prosvetiteljstvo: Kriza I Preobražaj Pojma.Mile Savić - 2006 - Filozofija I Društvo 2006 (30):9-31.
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    Praxis Philosophy Beyond its Epoch.Mile V. Savić - 1999 - Filozofija I Društvo 1999 (16):15-15.
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    Praxis Philosophy Between Critique and Breakdown of the Yugoslav Society.Mile V. Savić - 1996 - Filozofija I Društvo 1996 (9):43-52.
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    Philosophiam Profiteri or on Derrida's "Declarative Engagement".Mile Savic - 2003 - Filozofija I Društvo 2003 (21):165-203.
    In this paper the author reconstructs the meaning of Derrida's concept of "declarative engagement". He shows that Derrida revives the modern idea of the "engaged intellectual" and even develops it in a radical, prophetic/messianic form. The final consequence of such a position, in the opinion of the author, is a paradoxical coupling of political decisionism with social escapism, which renews in a specific way the nostalgia for the "heroic role" of the Marxist intellectual vanguard. This is a major reason for (...)
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    The Decline of Enlightenment: From Negative Assessment to Popular Positivism.Mile Savić - 2006 - Theoria 49 (3):53-83.
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    The Limits Of'substantial Democracy'.Mile V. Savić - 1999 - Filozofija I Društvo 1999 (16):27-44.
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    The Philosophical Politics of J. F. Lyotard, or Reflexive Writing as a Form of Disengagement.Mile Savic - 2004 - Filozofija I Društvo 2004 (24):9-49.
    The subject of this paper are the implications of Lyotard's critique of the intellectual as a public actor. It is shown that Lyotard's critique of politics results in a rejection of political theory, real politics and political involvement of the intellectual. In place of that, Lyotard develops his concept of "philosophical politics", i.e. "reflexive writing" as a specific form of political disengagement. The author argues that Lyotard's critique of the political involvement of the intellectual is acceptable, but that Lyotard's concept (...)
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