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Sociologija
1995, vol. 37, br. 4, str. 525-537
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
Intellectual elite in Serbia in the late nineties
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
Institut za kriminološka i sociološka istraživanja, Beograd

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(ne postoji na srpskom)
The author of this paper first indicates the renewed interest in European sociological circles in the position and role of intellectual elite in modern societies, primarily post-socialist, as manifested at the Second European Conference for Sociology in Budapest in August 1995. In a brief review he gives the most important views on intelligentsia, i.e. intellectual elite in sociological theory of K. Mannheim, T. Geiger, P. Banrdijer and F. H. Tenbruk. The author made only a brief reference to the emerging of the creative intelligentsia in Serbia in the 19th century and then provided a concise review of the structure and size of the contemporary intellectual elite in Serbia based on the publication Who is Who in Serbia '95, and some other source. At the same time, starting from the opinions of some well known intellectuals, the author sought to problematize the ambivalent position of intellectuals in the so-called socialist societies, especially the Yugoslav variant of socialism and indicate that this ambivalent position left a strong imprint on the modern courses of intellectual thought here and now. Finally, indicating different sources which make it possible to recognize the actual views of intellectuals in Serbia the author opted for a survey with the participation of 34 intellectuals. The survey was entitled 'Intellectuals in Troubled Times' and was carried out during two summer months in 1994, in the daily Politika. The answers are categorized in three basic groups by attitudes on intellectuals, public engagement of intellectuals and of the social and cultural identity of intellectuals. The prevailing view of this circle of intellectuals was that intellectuals must express autonomous opinions and search for the truth thus contributing to the advancement of the community they belong to.

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