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Humanicus, No 2, 2009

Humanicus, No 2, 2009

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Published by Sanja Petkovska
HUMANICUS Academic journal of humanities, social sciences and philosophy issue #2 Winter 2009.

CONTENTS
ESSAYS:
• Dlaczego powieść może stać się narzędziem budowania
tożsamości? Rozważania nad ponowoczesną kondycją ludzką
przy wykorzystaniu narracji powieściowej Hermanna Hessego
(Michał Zawadzki)
• Концепция человеческого тела в высокой моде последней
трети хх века (M. A. Nesterova)
• The Kilba people, language, problems and the way forward
(Mohammed Aminu Mu’azu)
• Strindbergs kvinnohat i ’Fröken Julie’ (Srdjan Jovanović)
• An interdisciplinary concept: the demographic behavior of the
population, case study: Romania (Daniel Boldureanu)
REVIEWS:
• Ano. Bůh je halucinace. (Srdjan Jovanović)
THE STUDENT SECTION:
• Jezik kosti nema, ali... (Sanja Petkovska)
HUMANICUS Academic journal of humanities, social sciences and philosophy issue #2 Winter 2009.

CONTENTS
ESSAYS:
• Dlaczego powieść może stać się narzędziem budowania
tożsamości? Rozważania nad ponowoczesną kondycją ludzką
przy wykorzystaniu narracji powieściowej Hermanna Hessego
(Michał Zawadzki)
• Концепция человеческого тела в высокой моде последней
трети хх века (M. A. Nesterova)
• The Kilba people, language, problems and the way forward
(Mohammed Aminu Mu’azu)
• Strindbergs kvinnohat i ’Fröken Julie’ (Srdjan Jovanović)
• An interdisciplinary concept: the demographic behavior of the
population, case study: Romania (Daniel Boldureanu)
REVIEWS:
• Ano. Bůh je halucinace. (Srdjan Jovanović)
THE STUDENT SECTION:
• Jezik kosti nema, ali... (Sanja Petkovska)

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HUMANICUS
 Academic journal of humanities,social sciences and philosophy 
issue #2 Winter 2009
 
HUMANICUS
 
issue #2
2
CONTENTS
 
ESSAYS
:
 
Dlaczego powie
ść
mo
ż
e sta
ć
si
ę
narz
ę
dziem budowaniato
ż
samo
ś
ci? Rozwa
ż
ania nad ponowoczesn
ą 
kondycj
ą 
ludzk 
ą 
 przy wykorzystaniu narracji powie
ś
ciowej Hermanna Hessego(Micha
ł
Zawadzki)
 
Концепция
 
человеческого
 
тела
 
в
 
высокой
 
моде
 
последней
 
трети
 
хх
 
века
(M. A. Nesterova)
 
 The Kilba people, language, problems and the way forward(Mohammed Aminu Mu’azu)
 
Strindbergs kvinnohat i ’Fröken Julie’ (Srdjan Jovanovi
ć
 )
 
 An interdisciplinary concept: the demographic behavior of thepopulation, case study: Romania (Daniel Boldureanu)
REVIEWS
:
 
 Ano. B
ů
h je halucinace. (Srdjan Jovanovi
ć
 )
 THE STUDENT SECTION
:
 
 Jezik kosti nema, ali... (Sanja Petkovska)
 
HUMANICUS
 
issue #2
3
editor’s foreword 
Dear readers, After the successful launch of the pilot issue of Humanicus in Summer2008, we have come to the second edition in early 2009. Themultilingual orientation of the journal seems to have been more than aproductive idea, as we have managed to assemble a collection of articles in many a language. Besides English, we boast Polish, Russian,Serbo-Croatian, Czech and Swedish in this new issue. There has been adecent number of contributors, not all of which could have beenimmediately published, but we encourage everybody to freely resubmitfor our next issue, which should come out by the end of spring 2009. We have revised our format as well, as can well be noticed, slowly forming a bi-annual publishing strategy.Humanicus may actually see paperbound publication in 2009,though the modern pressures of the Internet almost insists on web-based publications. Still, we shall see what the future brings in theprospects of offering both hard and electronic copies. The next issueshould be targeted for the end of the summer of the year 2009;however, the possibility of extra issues with special topics is also underconsideration. As many are all too aware, the end of 2008 was chaotic onmany levels. The global financial crisis has affected nearly everyone, yetat the same time I wonder if all these economic experts forget the basiclaws of supply and demand. Periods of recession are almost invariably followed by periods of re-growth. Though I may be somewhatoptimistic, bordering on fits of naivety, I like to think that economicdownturns "re-balance" the playing field for those of us less fortunate,and provide new opportunities for innovation, investment, and faircompetition. And what will happen with the academic world?Universities have already been forced to cut back on funding, eliminate

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