Principal Research Fellow
BA in Philosophy from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, 1990
MA in Philosophy from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, 1996
PhD in Philosophy from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, 2005
- German idealism
- Ancient Greek philosophy
- Social and political philosophy
Vladimir Milisavljević was born in Vukovar in 1966. He attended primary and secondary school in Belgrade and Poitiers (baccalaureate in 1984). He completed his studies of philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade in 1990.
From 1992 to 2006 he worked at the Faculty of Philosophy in Novi Sad, and from 2006 to 2014 at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory in Belgrade; since 2014 he has worked at the Institute of Social Sciences in Belgrade.
He also teaches at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of East Sarajevo, Pale. In 2010/2011 and 2012/2013 he taught as a guest professor at the University of Toulouse II – Le Mirail.
He has authored two monographs on Hegel and classical German philosophy, and one on the concept of autochthony in ancient Greek culture and philosophy. He has published several dozen articles in the field of philosophy and social sciences, some of them in international volumes or reviews, and has edited five volumes of proceedings.
- "Die Stärke der Existenz: Völkerrecht und internationale Politik bei Kant und Hegel", in: A. Arndt, J. Zovko (eds.), Zwischen Konfrontation und Integration. Die Logik internationaler Beziehungen bei Hegel und Kant, Akademie Verlag, Berlin, 2007, pp. 85-97.
- "Penser les Balkans aujourd’hui: l’orientalisme, le balkanisme, et la question de la modernité", META, Research in Hermeneutics, Phenomenology, and Practical Philosophy, Vol. he, 2 (2009), pp. 249-271
- „Une violence qui se présuppose: la question de la violence de Benjamin à Deleuze et Guattari“, Actuel Marx, 2012/2 (no 52), pp. 78-91.
- „Hegel et la conversion de la Terreur“, in: Petar Bojanić, Guillaume Sibertin-Blanc (eds.), De la terreur à l’extrême violence, Editions EuroPhilosophie, Toulouse, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, Belgrade, 2014, pp. 57-73