Suspended between negation and anticipation, post-socialist societies are a beginning with no end, writes Ozren Pupovac. A neoliberal order underwritten by the science of transitology ensures that the sole constant of post-socialism is inequality.
studied sociology at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb (B.A. 2001), and the Central European University in Warsaw (M.A. 2002). He obtained a PhD in 2008 from the Open University, UK, with a dissertation entitled “Post-Marxism and Post-Socialism: A theoretical and historical critique”. His research areas include contemporary French philosophy, Marxist social and political theory, theories of the nation-state, and the history and politics of socialism.