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The recovery of the public world

Author: Hannah Arendt; Melvyn A Hill
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, ©1979.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Named Person: Hannah Arendt; Hannah Arendt
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hannah Arendt; Melvyn A Hill
ISBN: 9780312360719 0312360711
OCLC Number: 793445841
Description: xiii, 362 pages ; 24 cm
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 labor 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 labor 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 judgment. --
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).
Responsibility: edited by Melvyn A. Hill.

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