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Sociološki pregled
2019, vol. 53, br. 3, str. 787-811
jezik rada: engleski, srpski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
doi:10.5937/socpreg53-23061
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1989. godina u Čehoslovačkoj kroz oči Hane Arent - amoderna nerevolucija
Međunarodna škola slobodnih veština u Bratislavi, Bratislava, Slovačka

e-adresa: kusa@bisla.sk, griffith@bisla.sk

Projekat

Ovaj rad je podržala Agencija za istraživanje i razvoj Slovačke Republike prema ugovoru br. APVV-15-0682

Sažetak

Ovaj esej proučava status događaja iz 1989. godine u Čehoslovačkoj iz arentovske perspektive, usredsređujući se na to da li se oni kvalifikuju kao revolucija ili, precizno rečeno, moderni događaj. Po Hani Arent, revolucije su izrazito moderne po tome što ravnomerno šire slobodu svih ljudi, a to širenje je zamislivo zbog toga što se istorija može smatrati pravolinijskom i zato što se nove ideje mogu uvesti u sekularni svet. Ostavljajući na stranu važnost nasilja kao kriterijuma, otkrivamo da 1989. godina u Čehoslovačkoj ne ispunjava ostale kriterijume, niti ima smisla nazivati je modernom ili postmodernom. Stoga tvrdimo da je to "amoderni", nerevolucionarni događaj. U zaključku nalazimo da je njegova amodernost i razlog što nije mogla da bude revolucija.

Ključne reči

Plišana revolucija; Hana Arent; revolucija; moderna; postmoderna

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