Hannah Arendt

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Main Author : Kristeva Julia (Auteur)
Other Authors : Guberman Ross (Traducteur)
Format : Book
Language : anglais
Title statement : Hannah Arendt / Julia Kristeva; translated by Ross Guberman
Published : New York : Columbia University Press , cop. 2001
Physical Description : 1 vol. (xxi-291 p.)
Series : European perspectives (New York)
Traduction de : Le génie féminin, tome 1, Hannah Arendt
Content : Female genius : general introduction. Life as a narrative. A biography "so exposed" ; Love according to Saint Augustine ; The meaning of an example : Rahel Varnhagen ; Arendt and Aristotle : a defense of narration ; The tale of the twentieth century. Superfluous humanity. To be Jewish ; Among the elements in the structure ; The example of France ; What is modern anti-Semitism? ; Imperialism ... and totalitarianism ; The banality of evil ; Faith and revolution ... in society, that sanctified hearth. Thinking, willing, and judging. The "who" and the body ; The dialogue of the thinking ego : the "split," melancholy, tyranny ; From the interior man to the violence of the life process ; The taste of the spectator : toward a political philosophy ; Judgment : between forgiveness and promise
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