Conference “Shared Commitment in Crisis. Social Ontology, Engagement, and Politics”, 28–29 September 2018

The Group for Practical Philosophy and Social Ontology of the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory announces the

Conference: The Critique of Violence Now, June 18-22, 2018

We are pleased to announce the fourth conference of the International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs (ICCTP) to

Annual Seminar: Adriana Zaharijević “The Apple of One’s Eye: Violent Frames and Critical Numbness”, May 9, 2018

The presentation will seek to offer a series of questions on what happens with our critical capacities when

Annual Seminar: Vladimir Safatle: Another kratos for the demos, 03. 04. 2018.

We know a social diagnosis which refers to a deficit of popular sovereignty in our representative democracies. This

International seminar dedicated to the thirtieth anniversary of RACE, NATION, CLASS: Ambiguous Identities by Etienne Balibar and Emmanuel Wallerstein

The coming year will mark three decades since the publication of Immanuel Wallerstein’s and Etienne Balibar’s seminal work Race,

Workshop in Madrid “Engaging Vulnerability and Exclusion: Rethinking the Subject in the XXI Century”

Representatives of the Center for Ethics, Law and Applied Philosophy (CELAP) together with the representatives of the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory of the University of Belgrade will take part in the first Spanish-Serbian workshop on philosophy and social theory on November 7-8, 2017. in Madrid. The workshop entitled „Engaging Vulnerability and Exclusion: Rethinking the

Margaret Moore: Seminar A Political Theory of Territory

21. 10. 2017. Belgrade Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory (4th floor)       Introduction by Aleksandar

Tamar Meisels: Targeted Killing with Drones? Old Arguments, New Technologies

20. 10. 2017. Belgrade Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory (4th floor)     Introduction: Srđan Prodanović (IFDT)

Francis Fukuyama

Francis Fukuyama has written widely on issues in development and international politics. His book, The End of History and the Last Man, was published by Free Press in 1992 and has appeared in over twenty foreign editions. Fukuyama’s “end of history” thesis was an influential attempt to make sense of the post-cold-war world. In this discussion, Fukuyama will reflect on his ideas and if they survived the tides of criticism and political change.