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Keywords : Political theory, freedom, moral zeitgeist, wisdom, new order
Citation Information : Šahmanović S. From Freedom to Postmodern Retraditionalization; Laicism and the Fourth Political Theory as New Walls. 2022; 1 (2-4):199-202.
License: CC BY-NC 4.0
Published Online: 20-03-2023
Copyright Statement: Copyright © 2022; The Author(s).
Social liberties, social progress, then the moral zeitgeist as usually determined in the west, it is often problematic in the social context, on the one hand, the assertion about morality as biologically conditioned and morality as a philosophical-logical entity that is realized in freedom since the time of Kant, are only two polarities that reflect strength in discussions semantics, often contradictions that can often be characterized as good cognitive theoretical explanations of naturalists and their opponents vice versa of the origin of morality as social phenomena that regulate relationships in society and the world. In light of Dugin's theological statism and French laicism, we will try to show the influences of the Enlightenment through the prism of current theoretical discussions about the state, morality, international law, and postmodernist alternatives, the necessity of deciphering politics and theology throughout history and the new “excursion” of the fourth Russian political theory and the so-called of the new order which often characterized by major world events. The problem of knowledge (hikma) as such, between social, natural and spiritual sciences is everything less important in postmodern research that has crossed a development path that is just about irreversible, in an effort to explain human development, socialization, behavior, cognition processes and new aspirations that pretend to create a “humane machine” that will lose its basic divine purpose and all that is characteristic of homo sapiens