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On political and philosophical identity: From dissident Marxist to revolutionary democrat

DOI: 10.2298/fid0321137s

Keywords: political identity , dissidents , philosophical identity , Marxism , praxis , social-eco-democracy

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In this paper the author seeks to shed light on the political and philosophical context of the second half of 20th century in which he intellectually came of age. In his intellectual and political development the author distinguishes three main phases. He characterizes the first phase of his development as Praxis, revisionist, dissident Marxism and reformist communism. The second phase was post-Marxism and post-communism, while in the last decade of the 20th century the author defines his theoretical views as non-Marxist. The author defines his latest philosophical-political standpoint as social democratic which, after his own self-understanding, comes closest to West European social democracy. .

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