Hannah Arendt: Twenty Years Later
Larry May, Jerome Kohn
MIT Press, 1997 - Philosophy - 384 pages
"This collection provides innovative and provocative readings and re-readings of significant aspects of Arendt's work, suggesting that, twenty years after her death, we can better afford to listen to her. Because of the caliber of the contributors, this will make a significant contribution to the exponentially growing field of Arendt scholarship."
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