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Publication Timeline. As the introductory essay explains, in its history and analysis of the development of this group, the name Praxis focuses on the heart of Marx's social theory - the conception of human beings as creative, productive makers and shapers of their own history. The journal Praxis, which appeared regularly in Yugoslavia at Zagreb, and also in an International Edition for many years, is the source of many of these articles.
The journal had to suspend publication in because of political pressures in Yugoslavia. Eight members of the group were dismissed from their University posts in Belgrade, after a long struggle in which their colleagues stood by them staunchly. Yet the creativity and productivity of the group continues, by those in Belgrade and elsewhere.
Its contributions to the social sciences, and to the very conception of social science as critical and applied theory, remain vivid, timely and innovative. The importance of the theoretical work of the Praxis group is perhaps at its height now. Smisao i perspektive socijalizma.
Praxis : Yugoslav essays in the philosophy and methodology of the social sciences : with the cumulative index to the international edition of Praxis, Book 3 editions published in in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Audience Level. Related Identities. Associated Subjects. Project Page Feedback Known Problems.
The Philosophical Concept of Revolution
He was the only one among the editors of the Praxis journal to stay in this position throughout the journal's publication. He has started learning philosophy at the Zagreb University. From to he was in the Soviet Union as an exchange student, where he recognized the repression of philosophical thought under Joseph Stalin. After that, he came back to Yugoslavia, completing his studies and earned his PhD at the Zagreb University in with a dissertation concerning the philosophical views of Georgi Plekhanov. Upon graduating, from he taught logic and theory of philosophy at this university until his retirement. He presided over the Croat Philosophical Society from to
Gajo Petrović Archive
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