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11 New Yugoslav L. 1 (1960)

handle is hein.journals/newyugl11 and id is 1 raw text is: THE NEW
YUGOSLAV LAW
NUMBER 1-2           JANUARY-JUNE 1960                YEAR XI
EDITORIAL NOTE
We are devoting this double number of our bulletin to docu-
ments of topical interest and constituting the furtherance of ind'vi-
dual principles and institutions of the Yugoslav legal system. At the
same time, a word is due here on one of the general questions of the
Yugoslav political, social and intellectual development. It involves
the role and importance of social sciences. The article dealing with
this question which appears in these columns represents the Aca-
demic address of the most eminent theoretician of socialism and the
.ocial-political system of Yugoslavia, Edvard Kardeli. The name and
significance of the author and the ideas advanced by him indubitably
vest -this arcitle with a wider intellectual and scientific interest.
In Yugoslavia a growing importance is being atached to socio-
logy, the fact being reflected not only in the publications and in the
number of the relevant scientific works, but in the country's aca-
demic life. As has been emphasized in our Issue No. 3 for 1959, from
the more or less traditional-type schools of jurisprudence Yugoslav
faculties of law are becoming faculties of social sciences with special
accent on legal and political sciences. In Yugoslavia there exist spe-
cial schools for public administration, some of them with faculty
rank. A High School of Political Science is to be opened soon. Yet
the singificance of sociology does not reside there alone. The premises
of sociology in Yugoslavia are increasingly founded and tested within
the process of quantitative and empirical research. However, it is
particularly important to stress the premise that sociology in Yugo-
slavia does not serve the practical political action that it represents
absolutely no pragmatical justification of such an action. This premise
might have, as it already does have in some measure, a far-reaching
effect on the further development of a scientific study of socialism, and
even of social sciences in general.
The significant amendments of the Criminal Code, w'iich hal
been brought to the attention of readers in our Issue No. 4 for 1959.

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