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THE DISCOURSE ABOUT BUREAUCRACY AND STATE POWER IN POST-REVOLUTIONARY YUGOSLAVIA 1945-1975 (I)

Darko Suvin ; Casella Postale 56, Viale Puccini 903, 55100 Lucca, Italija


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The concept of “bureaucracy” covered the field of negative stances in post-
-revolutionary Yugoslavia. Its fuzziness allowed different, though ostensibly
all anti-Stalinist, interpretations by the Party-State discourse (mainly Kardelj
and Bakarić) vs. the discourse of the “loyal opposition” (Branko Horvat and
the Praxis group). The first group wanted to dismantle State centralization but
insisted there was no ruling class. The second group could not, for various
reasons, insist on a ruling class but discussed its power and effect. The term
“bureaucracy” grew from a useful start of public discussion finally into sterile
talmudism. But its very limits indicate a crucial, though absent, concept and
state of power.

Ključne riječi

Yugoslavia 1945-1975; bureaucracy; Party-State discourse; discourse of the “loyal opposition”; epistemology and semantics

Hrčak ID:

89185

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/89185

Datum izdavanja:

4.10.2012.

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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