Action and Appearance: Ethics and the Politics of Writing in Hannah Arendt
Anna Yeatman, Charles Barbour, Phillip Hansen, Magdalena Zolkos
Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Apr 21, 2011 - Political Science - 230 pages
This collection of essays by established scholars explores the juncture of action and appearance in the political thought of Hannah Arendt.
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