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by Margaret Betz Hull

  • Author: Margaret Betz Hull
  • ISBN: 0700717048
  • ISBN13: 978-0700717040
  • ePub: 1802 kb | FB2: 1818 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (September 20, 2002)
  • Pages: 224
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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The Hidden Philosophy of Hannah Arendt (Routledge Jewish Studies Series) ePub download

Margaret Betz Hull received a PhD in Philosophy from Temple University, Pennsylvania. Her areas of interest and work include political philosophy, Continental philosophy, feminist theory, and the ethical treatment of animals.

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The central argument of this book is that Hannah Arendt's deserved place . Margaret Betz Hull received a PhD in Philosophy from Temple University, Pennsylvania. Routledge Jewish Studies Series.

The central argument of this book is that Hannah Arendt's deserved place in the history of Western philosophy has been overlooked, and recognition of her contribution is long overdue.

by Margaret Betz Hull. series Routledge Jewish Studies Series. The central argument of this book is that Hannah Arendt's deserved place in the history of Western philosophy has been overlooked, and recognition of her contribution is long overdue

by Margaret Betz Hull. This book explores the indisputable philosophical dimensions of her work.

This work examines the philosophical dimension in the work of German Jewish political thinker, Hannah Arendt. Similar books and articles. Although trained as a philosopher, Arendt chose to reject this title because she believed the. The Hidden Philosophy of Hannah Arendt. Margaret Betz Hull - 2002 - Routledgecurzon. The Political Philosophy of Hannah Arendt. Maurizio Passerin D'Entrèves - 1994 - Routledge. The Cambridge Companion to Hannah Arendt.

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The central argument of this book is that Hannah Arendt's deserved place in the history of Western philosophy has been overlooked, and recognition of her contribution is long overdue

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The central argument of this book is that Hannah Arendt's deserved place in the history of Western philosophy has been overlooked, and recognition of her contribution is long overdue. In part a result of Arendt's own insistence on calling herself a 'political thinker' throughout her career, this is also due to a common tendency in philosophy to denigrate the political. This book explores the indisputable philosophical dimensions of her work. In particular, it examines Arendt's theoretical commitment to recognizing humanity as a plurality, which avoids the common mistake in Western philosophy of theoretically overemphasizing the self in isolation. Arendt's own personal dealings with aspects of her identity, namely her Jewishness and her womanhood, work to inform us of this position against solipsism.