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Postoji li u Hrvatskoj duboka država? Analiza percepcije duboke države hrvatskih političkih aktera

Izvorni znanstveni članak

https://doi.org/10.20901/pm.59.1.03

Žaklina Kuljanac ; Neovisna istraživačica
Matej Mikašinović-Komšo orcid id orcid.org/0000-0003-0153-2837 ; Neovisni istraživač


Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 369 Kb

str. 49-74

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Sažetak

U radu se analiziraju oblici percepcije postojanja duboke države u Hrvatskoj ‎kod političara kao skupine. Prikazom relevantne literature te provedenih istraživanja ‎o rasprostranjenosti teorija zavjera u Hrvatskoj (posebice onih u vezi‎ s postojanjem duboke države), postavljaju se temelji na kojima se razrađuje ‎eksplorativna analiza polustrukturiranih intervjua s hrvatskim političarima.‎ Glavni nalazi analize intervjua ukazuju na prisutnost percepcije postojanja ‎duboke države među političarima svih političkih skupina te na raznovrsnost‎ načina kojima je ona percipirana i opisana. Iako se percepcije oblika duboke‎ države među ispitanicima razlikuju, svi koji smatraju da ona postoji dijele‎ pesimistično viđenje sadašnjosti i uvjerenje da u kontroverznim događajima‎ bitnu ulogu imaju skrivene interesne skupine.‎

Ključne riječi

teorije zavjera, zavjera, duboka država, politička percepcija, hrvatski političari

Hrčak ID:

275484

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/275484

Podaci na drugim jezicima: engleski

From Hellholes to Hell: On Political Agency in Purgatory

Original scientific paper
https://doi.org/10.20901/pm.56.3-4.06

Zoran Kurelić ; Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Fulltext: english, pdf (342 KB) pages 137-152 cite

Abstracts
In this essay the author creates and discusses an interplay of two incommensurable concepts of evil: Hannah Arendt’s radical evil from The Origins of Totalitarianism, and David Lynch’s evil presented artistically as “the bad electricity” in Ronnie Rocket. The first concept is related to Hell which Arendt uses in a few essays and in The Origins… In her opinion the first step towards the pure hell of Auschwitz was made in internment camps for stateless refugees. Giorgio Agamben revisits this idea and shows the link between statelessness and superfluousness. For Arendt the road which started with the inability to solve the refugee problem in Europe ended up in a Hell on Earth created in extermination camps. Agamben believes that spaces of extermination which reappeared on the European continent during the wars in former Yugoslavia demonstrate the grim possibility of recreating Hell in Europe. In his extraordinary script for the unmade film Ronnie Rocket, David Lynch creates a fictional hellhole of a city in which the rulers torture the population with bad electricity. The author discusses these two dramatically different visions of hell in order to show how Arendt’s radical evil when compared to “the bad electricity” can be understood as a production of Hell, and how Lynch’s switching from the bad to good electricity represents a revolutionary change which is simultaneously political and cosmological.

Keywords
Hannah Arendt; David Lynch; Ronnie Rocket; Gestalt Switch; Radical Evil; Hell

Hrčak ID: 235364

URI
https://hrcak.srce.hr/235364