Text topic: Culture, Subject, Philosophy
Text author: Aleksa VukašinovićThe paper presents a polemical examination of the possibility of achieving interculturalism in the context of Hegel’s totality, as the truth and the state of the modern world. In considering this problem, we start from the basic concepts of Hegel’s philosophy of Spirit, with the aim of providing insight into the key problems of totality in the Hegel’s philosophical system. The dialectical relationship that operates within the Hegel’s system of Spirit is considered, and the question of the philosophy of history is opened as a specific way of thinking about historical movement that directs us to re-examine the possibility of achieving interculturality in the modern global society. Overcoming the current historical totality – global capitalism, requires a re-confrontation with Hegel’s philosophy and setting of a dialectic that exists at the core of the world in which we live. Also, the paper offers an attempt to consider alternative actions, steps towards the realization of the idea and practice of interculturality and the development of a dialectical response to the perverted Hegelian totality that marks the present.