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Under a new leadership in the academy enrolled a total of students, in Empress and Queen Maria Theresa issued a decree founding the Royal Academy of Science.

It consisted of three studies or faculties of philosophy, theology, and law, the former political-cameral studies became part of the newly established faculty of law, and thus were integrated into the academy. Each of the faculties of the Royal Academy of Sciences had several chairs teaching one or several courses, the academy in Zagreb remained untildespite numerous organizational changes, the focal institution of higher education in Croatia, educating most of the members of the Croatian intelligentsia.

Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer in proposed to the Croatian Parliament the founding of a university at Zagreb, during his visit inthe Emperor Franz Joseph signed milivoj solar decree on the establishment of the University of Zagreb.

Five years later, the Parliament passed the Act of Founding, in the University had four faculties, Law Theology Philosophy Medicine The Faculty of Medicine was not put into function init had to wait milivoj solar The Faculty of Philosophy served as the scientific faculty.

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Inthe Academy of Forestry was founded as part of the Faculty of Philosophy, inthis school became the Faculty of Husbandry and Forestry. Inthe School of Technology was founded, which was transformed into a university faculty inalso in the School of Veterinary Medicine was founded, it milivoj solar into a university faculty in During the Independent State of Croatia, the university was known as the Croatian University, the individual departments of the Faculty of Philosophy became separate faculties inwhen the Faculty of Sciences was formed, and finally in 4.

Following the death of Tito on 4 Mayrising ethnic nationalism in the late s led to dissidence among the multiple ethnicities within the constituent republics. This led to the federation collapsing along the borders, followed by the final downfall and breakup of the federation on 27 April The term former Milivoj solar is now commonly used retrospectively, the name Yugoslavia, an Anglicised transcription of Jugoslavija, is a composite word made-up of jug and slavija.

The term is intended to denote the lands occupied by the six South Slavic nations, Serbs, Croats, Bosniaks, Montenegrins, Slovenes, the full official name of the federation varied significantly between and Yugoslavia was formed in under the name Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, the name deliberately left the republic-or-kingdom question open.

Inamid pervasive liberal constitutional reforms, the name Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was introduced, the state is most commonly referred to by the latter name, which it held for the longest period of all.

The Partisan supreme commander was Josip Broz Tito, and under his command the movement soon began establishing liberated territories which attracted the attentions of the occupying forces.

The coalition of parties, factions, and prominent individuals behind the movement was the Peoples Liberation Front.

In two major operations of Fall Weiss and Fall Schwartz, the Axis attempted to stamp-out the Yugoslav resistance once, on both occasions, milivoj solar heavy casualties, the Group succeeded in evading the trap and retreating to safety. The Partisans emerged stronger than before and now occupied a significant portion of Yugoslavia 5.

By its constitution, modern-day Croatia is its direct continuation, along with five other Yugoslav republics, it was formed during World War II and became a socialist republic after the war.

It had four full official names during its year existence, by territory and population, it was the second largest republic in Yugoslavia, after the Socialist Republic of Serbia. In the Peoples Republic of Croatia also accordingly became the Socialist Republic of Croatia, the country was re-constituted upon the breakup of Yugoslavia as the Republic of Croatia on Milivoj solar 25, In the first years of the war, Yugoslav Partisans in Croatia did not have support of Croats, the majority of partisans on the territory of Croatia were Croatian Serbs.

Because of partisan victories and increased territory held by partisans, AVNOJ decided to hold the second session in Jajce at the end of Novemberat that session, the Yugoslav communist leadership decided to reestablish Yugoslavia as federal state.

Not long after, the Communist Party started to prosecute those who opposed the communist one-party system, on January 30, the Constituent Assembly made the Constitution of the Federal Peoples Republic of Yugoslavia. SR Croatia was the last of the republics to make its constitution, the Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Croatia was made on January 18, In their constitutions, all republics have been deprieved of gaining independence, republics had only formal autonomy, in reality, communist Yugoslavia was a centralized state, based on the Soviet model.

The governments of the republics were only part of the mechanism in approval of Politburos decisions, in post-war Yugoslavia, communists had a struggle for power with the opposition that supported King Peter.

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Philosophy — Philosophy is the study of general and fundamental problems concerning matters such as existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language. The term was coined by Pythagoras. Philosophical milivoj solar include questioning, critical discussion, rational argument and systematic presentation, classic philosophical questions include, Is it possible to know anything and to prove it.


However, philosophers might also pose more practical and concrete questions such as, is it better to be just or unjust.