Heavenly Serbia: From Myth to Genocide
NYU Press, 1.03.1999 г. - 256 страници
As violence and turmoil continue to define the former Yugoslavia, basic questions remain unanswered: What are the forces behind the Serbian expansionist drive that has brought death and destruction to Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo? How did the Serbs rationalize, and rally support for, this genocidal activity?
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9 Each of the three groups engaged in the wars that marked the disintegration of
Yugoslavia (disregarding the very brief one in Slovenia) is characterized by a
different religion. This fact has led some observers to believe that we are dealing
Like any higher religion, it has strived to tame violence, in part by diverting man's
attention from the immediate to the transcendent. It condemned the abuse of
power, wealth, and sensual pleasures, and emphasized humility and equality of ...
The historian Michael B. Petrovich points out that “This role of the Serbian church
had little to do with religion either as theology or as a set of personal beliefs and
convictions. Rather, the Serbian church was a cultural and quasi-political ...
The drastic neglect of the religious function of the Serbian Orthodox Church may
account for the unusually low popular interest in religion among present-day
Serbs. “Opinion polls reported by Ilustrovana politika (February 23, 1982)
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An independent scholar living in Washington, DC, Anzulovic interprets Serbia's violent history as a consequence of historical legacies: Saint Sava's mystical identification of the church and nation ... Прочетете пълната рецензия