Hannah Arendt Lewis P. Hinchman

ISBN: 9780791418536

Published: February 28th 1994

Hardcover

422 pages


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Hannah Arendt  by  Lewis P. Hinchman

Hannah Arendt by Lewis P. Hinchman
February 28th 1994 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 422 pages | ISBN: 9780791418536 | 3.27 Mb

This work presents both the range of Arendts political thought and the patterns of controversy it has elicited. The essays are arranged in six parts around important themes in Arendts work: totalitarianism and evil- narrative and history- theMoreThis work presents both the range of Arendts political thought and the patterns of controversy it has elicited.

The essays are arranged in six parts around important themes in Arendts work: totalitarianism and evil- narrative and history- the public world and personal identity- action and power- justice, equality, and democracy- and thinking and judging. Despite such thematic diversity, virtually all the contributors have made an effort to build bridges between interest-driven politics and Arendts Hellenic/existential politics. Although some are quite critical of the way Arendt develops her theory, most sympathize with her project of rescuing politics from both the foreshortening glance of the philosopher and its assimilation to social and biological processes.

This volume treats Arendts work as an imperfect, somewhat time-bound but still invaluable resource for challenging some of our most tenacious prejudices about what politics is and how to study it.



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