A collection of 13 previously published essays that presents both the range of Arendt's political thought and the patterns of controversy it has elicited. The essays are arranged in six parts around important themes in Arendt's work: totalitarianism and evil; narrative and history; the public world and personal identity; action and power; justice, equality, and democracy; and thinking and judging. Among the contributors are Jurgen Habermas, Hanna Pitkin, and Sheldon Wolin. The editors provide a general introduction and brief introductions to each part. Paper edition (1854-5), $16.95. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORCritical Essays Lewis P. Hinchman, Sandra Hinchman ... In The Human Condition she described the rise of the social as the process by which private needs, interests, and concerns become ... Arendta#39;s analysis of the rise of the social brings together under a single rubric many seemingly disparate trends and occurrences.
|Author||:||Lewis P. Hinchman, Sandra Hinchman|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1994-01-01|