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TRAKTAT O SAVREMENOM REPOZICIONIRANJU DISKURSA DRŽAVE

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Ovaj rad će pokušati da prezentuje i analizira neke od diskurzivnih komponenti destabilizacije klasičnog koncepta države. U tom smislu u posebnom fokusu će biti njena spacijalna dimenzija (teritorija, teritorijalnost i „teritorijalna zamka“) i dimenzija suvereniteta. Sa druge strane, ovaj rad će se baviti i mogućnošću pluralnog razumevanja suvereniteta, reartikulisanjem odnosa između anarhije i suvereniteta za međunarodni poredak i „simboličkim nasiljem“ moderne države.

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