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Aspects of the New Right-Wing Extremism, „a frighteningly current“ book in the Annals

Aspects of the New Right-Wing Extremism, „a frighteningly current“ book in the Annals

The Annals of the Croatian Political Science Association published Damjan Stanić’s review of the Adorno book Aspects of ...

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All DElibriLATORs in one place

All DElibriLATORs in one place

We have revitalized book promotions! All three DelibriLATORs are now available on TIM press’ YouTube channel. Take a l...

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The Border in BestBook

The Border in BestBook

Petra Miočić Mandić's review of The Border, the newest Croatian translation of this Luan Starova novel from his Balkan s...

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Peer Gynt

Among the masterpieces of world literature, this verse drama in five acts by the celebrated Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen jokingly but deeply explores the virtues, vices and folly common to all mankind – represented by Peer Gynt, a charming but irresponsible young peasant who lives by the principle of „make do as you know best“. Based on Norwegian folklore and Ibsen's imaginative inventions, the play follows the wanderings of the protagonist who finds wealth and fame – but not happiness – although he is ultimately saved by love. At the beginning of the play, the young farmer goes to the wedding and meets Solveig, the woman who will eventually save him. However, the mischievous Peer then kidnaps the bride and leaves her in the wild. This dark performance is accompanied by a series of a...

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The Political Ontology of Martin Heidegger

A decade before the flare-up of the debate on the relation between Heidegger’s philosophical thought and political ideology, leading French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu published this, in a sense, predecessor to the discussion on “the greatest stupidity in Heidegger’s life”, but with it also an analysis of the institutional mechanisms present in the creation of philosophical discourse. By examining the complexity of Heidegger’s philosophical discourse positioned at an intersection of his academic ontology and political philosophy of the “conservative revolution”, at the time manifested in Nazism, Bourdieu attempted to approach the issue of Heidegger’s abstractness and vagueness with nuance.

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