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Epiphany Journal of Transdiciplinary Studies
165 Publications
OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)


  • Urgent Reforms Taking Their Time in the Republic of Macedonia

    Since 2001, the Republic of Macedonia had gone through several waves of international and national actions, which resulted in requests of the international community, primarily by the European Union, for systemic reform processes. The first wave came with the Ohrid Agreement, which brought armed ethnic-based conflict to an end. The second one emerged due to the usual association and accession commitments of a candidate state since 2005 and implementation of the Road Map for Visa Liberalisatio...

    Constitutional Reform in Serbia in the Perspective of EU Membership: Europeanization of Serbian Constitutional Law

    This paper deals with the process of constitutional reform in Serbia in the context of European integration. Serbia has officially started the negotiations process for European Union membership, something which will require Serbia to conduct fundamental changes to its legal, economic and political system. Changes will also have to be introduced to Serbia’s Constitution. These changes, ultimately, will lead to the Europeanization of Serbian constitutional law and should enable this country’s s...

    Following the Trace of Byronic Hero in Yushij's Afsaneh

    Romanticism broke the hierarchical chain of thought permeated into the society of human being and indeed initiated a new and unprecedented process of thought. Morse Peckham has coined the term "dynamic organicism" and "static mechanism" to describe and distinguish between these two ways of thoughts. Considering "dynamic organicism" as the prominent way of thought in romantic era, he subcategorized it into positive and negative romanticism to better illustrates the works of different romantic ...

    Henrik Ibsen's Dr Stockmann and Jean-Jacques Rousseau's “General Will”

    This work examines the concept of the general will developed by the 18th-century Swiss-French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau through Henrik Ibsen’s 1882 play An Enemy of the People.It reveals that the formulation of the concept of the general will comes about through Rousseau’s attempt, as part of the economic or social contract tradition, to solve the problem of the relation of freedom to society. It then looks at the difference between the general will and the will of all, an agglomerati...

    Earliest Memories, Positive Emotional Memories of Warmth and Safeness, and Attachment Style in Adolescent

    Research has shown that early childhood experiences, especially those related to feelings of threat or safeness play a key role in subsequent emotional and social development. The aims of the study are to explore the relationship between early memories of warmth and safeness and attachment style in adolescents (1) and to define specificities of earliest memories with regard to the current attachment style(2). In order to explore relationships between earliest memories, emotional memories o...
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