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Arendt, Eichmann, and the politics of the past

Author: Tuija Parvikko
Publisher: Helsinki : Finnish Political Science Association, 2008.
Series: Books from the Finnish Political Science Association.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Hannah Arendt; Adolf Eichmann; Hannah Arendt; Adolf Eichmann
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Tuija Parvikko
ISBN: 9789519851464 9519851461
OCLC Number: 275594188
Description: 277 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: I. Hannah Arendt and Zionism --
1.1. The Cornerstones of Herzlian Zionism --
1.2. The Lazarean-Arendtian Critique of the Unworldly --
Hierarchies ofJewish Tradition --
1.3. The Crisis of Zionism --
1.3.1. The Ironies of Zionist Politics --
1.4. Arendt's Critique of the Jewish State --
1.4.1. Artificial Community in the Shadow of Natural Justification --
2. The Capture of Adolf Eichmann --
2.1. The Capture and Diplomatic Conflict --
2.2. The Mossad Operation --
2.3. Ben-Gurion's Mission --
2.4. The Judicial Pre-trial Debate --
2.5. Eichmann in the World Press --
2.5.1. The Pro-Israel Defence --
2.5.2. The Tale of Adolf Eichmann in Life Magazine --
2.5.3. "Leader of World Opinion": The New York Times --
2.5.4. Monster or Bureaucrat? --
3. The Campaign and Its Background I03. 3.1. Hannah Arendt in Jerusalem 1o3 --
3.2. "Declaration of War" --
3.3. Writing Against the Current --
3.4. Arendt's Response --
4. The Arendt Controversy --
4.1. Aufbau, March 29 --
4.2. Pro domo --
4.3. Eichmann's New Crime --
4.4. The Evil of Banality: Facts I56 --
4.5. Excommunication --
4.6. The Responsibility of the Intellectuals --
4.6.1. To Know Enough to Judge --
4.6.2.1 Hannah Arendt's "Jewish Revisionism" --
4.6.3. The Crisis ofJewish Identity --
5. Arendt S Ironies and Political Judgment --
5.1. Irony as Trope --
5.2. "The Darkest Chapter of the Whole Dark Story" i89 --
5.3. The Collapse of the European Political Tradition --
5.4. Eichmann's New Evil --
5.5. Arendt as Judge --
6. The Eichmann Trial and the Politics of the Past --
6.1. Ihe Eichmann Trial as a Turning Point --
6.2. The Conceptual Revolution of the Victim --
6.3, The Eichmann Trial as a Political Trial --
6.4. 'he Politics of Victims --
7. Conclusion --
Literature.
Series Title: Books from the Finnish Political Science Association.
Responsibility: Tiuja Parvikko.
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