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2012, vol. 6, iss. 7, pp. 61-76
Politics and techniques in the works of Mihailo Markovic
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Sciences

emailivana.damnjanovic@fpn.bg.ac.rs
Abstract
This paper aims to describe and analyze views of Mihailo Marković on techniques within its’ social context, but primarily relationship between techniques and politics. Marković’s works on definitions of techniques, role of modern techniques in society and its’ influence on changing patterns of human behaviour, organization of labour and political organization of society are, in a way, representative for the 'zeitgeist', but in some aspect they are far beyond it. Pointing out deficiencies of one-sided approaches, he provides some unique and original insights, including a detailed analysis of those traits of modern technology that open great possibilities for misuse, but also bear huge potential for emancipation. Finally, one of major contributions of Mihailo Marković in the field of politics and techniques relations is his argumentation that politics can be seen as techniques. Drawing from Machiavelli’s works, he also provides a general analysis in which he shows why such understanding of politics is possible.
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