• Мирослав Д. Стевановић
  • Драган Ж. Ђурђевић
Keywords: национални идентитет, универзализација вредности, корпоративизам, традиционална заједница, културни хегемонизам


Овај чланак представља налазе посматрања трансформација ка
неолибералном друштвеном поретку, посебно са аспекта негативних последица по
заједнице православних хришћана. Полазна теза је да неолиберализам вредносно негира
православно хришћанство, због чега његова универзализација нужно наилази на отпор.
Испитивање ове претпоставке обухвата структурно-функционалну анализу последица
универзализације неолибералног поретка и начина ширења неолибералиних вредности у
православним заједницама и у међународном систему. Резултати указују да
неолиберализам изискује институционализацију аутохтоних индивидуалних интереса и
њихове асоцијације, што подрива вредносне темеље организације заједница
православних хришћана. Налази дају основ за закључак да саставни део неолибералне
идеологије представља њена милитаризована имплементација, по цену деструкције
традиционалних заједница православних хришћана.


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