Filozofija I Društvo 22 (3):27-44 (2011)

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Aleksandar Dobrijević
University of Belgrade
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The author insists that, within contemporary theory, common division of social contract tradition on?Hobbesian? and?Kantian? line of thought is entirely justified. Analyzing the theories of David Gauthier and Thomas Scanlon, he also indicates the important difference between?moral? and?political? dimension of the idea of social contract. Finally, he rejects recent attempts of identifying contractualism with constructivism. Autor nastoji da pokaze da je uobicajena podela na?hobsovsku? i?kantovsku? liniju misljenja u sklopu savremene recepcije tradicije drustvenog ugovora potpuno opravdana. U tekstu se takodje naglasava kako se ideja drustvenog kao?moralnog? ugovora, nasuprot izvornijem?politickom? ugovoru, artikulise tek u poznoj?evolucionoj? fazi te ideje, narocito u dvadesetom veku. Najposle, odbacuje se pokusaj redefinisanja kontraktualizma kao neke vrste?konstruktivizma?, buduci da u kontraktualizmu nema nikakvih elemenata?proceduralnog? rasudjivanja koje je, prema opstem uverenju, karakteristicno za?konstruktivisticku? misao. PR Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. 43007
Keywords social contract tradition, contractualism, contractarianism, constructivism, actual and hypothetical agreement, David Gauthier, Thomas Scanlon
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DOI 10.2298/fid1103027d
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