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The author considers philosophical, political, social and economic aspects of neoconservativism as one of the dominant ideologies of our time in its unilateral political tendencies. Special critical attention is focused on the views of Francis Fukuyama and Samuel Huntington who were trying to give the philosophical attire to a projection of neoimperial atlanticistic pretension for ruling the world.

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PEROVIĆ, M. A. (2019). POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF NEOCONSERVATIVISM. Arhe, 15(30), 17–26. Retrieved from https://arhe.ff.uns.ac.rs/index.php/arhe/article/view/2233


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