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The Resource Hannah Arendt, the recovery of the public world, edited by Melvyn A. Hill

Hannah Arendt, the recovery of the public world, edited by Melvyn A. Hill

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Hannah Arendt, the recovery of the public world
Title
Hannah Arendt, the recovery of the public world
Statement of responsibility
edited by Melvyn A. Hill
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Subject
Language
eng
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1906-1975
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  • Hill, Melvyn A
  • Arendt, Hannah
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  • Arendt, Hannah
  • Political science
Label
Hannah Arendt, the recovery of the public world, edited by Melvyn A. Hill
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Hill, M. A. Introduction.--Young-Bruehl, E. From the pariah's point of view: reflections on Hannah Arendt's life and work.--Crick, B. On rereading The origins of totalitarianism.--Bakan, M. Hannah Arendt's concepts of labour and work.--Parekh, B. Hannah Arendt's critique of Marx.--Frampton, K. The status of man and the status of his objects: a reading of The human condition.--Major, R. W. A reading of Hannah Arendt's "unusual" distinction between labour and work.--Fuss, P. Hannah Arendt's conception of political community.--Miller, J. The pathos of novelty: Hannah Arendt's image of freedom in the modern world.--Draenos, S. S. Thinking without a ground: Hannah Arendt and the contemporary situation of understanding.--Gray, J. G. The abyss of freedom--and Hannah Arendt.--Denneny, M. The privilege of ourselves: Hannah Arendt on judgement.--Hill, M. A. The fictions of mankind and the stories of men.--Arendt, H. On Hannah Arendt.--Young-Bruehl, E. A chronological bibliography of the works of Hannah Arendt, 1906-1975 (p. 341-354)
Control code
000001276510
Extent
xiii, 362 p.
Isbn
9780312360719
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:
Lccn
78019393 //r91
Label
Hannah Arendt, the recovery of the public world, edited by Melvyn A. Hill
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Hill, M. A. Introduction.--Young-Bruehl, E. From the pariah's point of view: reflections on Hannah Arendt's life and work.--Crick, B. On rereading The origins of totalitarianism.--Bakan, M. Hannah Arendt's concepts of labour and work.--Parekh, B. Hannah Arendt's critique of Marx.--Frampton, K. The status of man and the status of his objects: a reading of The human condition.--Major, R. W. A reading of Hannah Arendt's "unusual" distinction between labour and work.--Fuss, P. Hannah Arendt's conception of political community.--Miller, J. The pathos of novelty: Hannah Arendt's image of freedom in the modern world.--Draenos, S. S. Thinking without a ground: Hannah Arendt and the contemporary situation of understanding.--Gray, J. G. The abyss of freedom--and Hannah Arendt.--Denneny, M. The privilege of ourselves: Hannah Arendt on judgement.--Hill, M. A. The fictions of mankind and the stories of men.--Arendt, H. On Hannah Arendt.--Young-Bruehl, E. A chronological bibliography of the works of Hannah Arendt, 1906-1975 (p. 341-354)
Control code
000001276510
Extent
xiii, 362 p.
Isbn
9780312360719
Isbn Type
:
Lccn
78019393 //r91

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