Petar Bojanić is Director of the Institute for Philosophy and Theory at the University of Belgrade and Director of the Center for Ethics, Law and Applied Philosophy, Belgrade. He is also Director of the Center for Advanced Studies – South East Europe at the University of Rijeka. His expertise is located in the areas of political philosophy, social ontology, and Jewish political thought. Recently, this involved research on institutional agency as a fellow at the Käte Hamburger Center for Advanced Study in the Humanities “Law as Culture.” Selected publications include World Governance (ed. with Babić Jovan, 2013), Semantics of Statebuilding: Language, Meanings and Sovereignty (ed. with Vojin Rakić et al., 2013), and Violence and Messianism (2017).
As of March 2018
Six Perspectives for a “Practice of Theory”
Mar 17, 2018