By Srdan Dvornik
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The “problem” of the sequence and coordination of reforms The course of the “systemic revolutions,” including the development of democracies without social conditions, confronted the observers with many questions that were not asked in the previous decades of development of theories of democracy. ”74 It took 18 years to get from its first statement to this 70 71 Part 1 Postcommunist “revolutions”: making their own foundation 72 73 74 Mladen Lazic´, Promene i otpori [Changes and Resistance] (Belgrade: Filip Višnjic´, 2005), p.
309–16. The connection between the problem of simultaneity and the consolidation of democracy is discussed in Merkel, “Plausible Theory, Unexpected Results,” pp. pdf Merkel, “Plausible Theory, Unexpected Results,” p. 28. 45 46 Srd¯an Dvornik Actors without Society conclusion, almost the whole period of the postcommunist transformation. This makes the “simultaneity dilemma” itself a symptom of (mis)apprehending the nature, substance, and structure of those changes, which offers an opportunity to point out by contrast what was missed.
Those more critical Western observers of the postcommunist transformation already noticed that their own “cultural baggage,” their own “doxa”65 (meaning 64 See in that respect Jorge Nef and Bernd Reiter, The Democratic Challenge. Rethinking Democracy and Democratization (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), chapter 4. 65 Pierre Bourdieu’s concept from The Field of Cultural Production (Cambridge: Polity Press, 1993). 43 66 Schöpflin, “Liberal Pluralism,” p. 111. Carothers, “The End of the Transition Paradigm,” p.