Action and Appearance: Ethics and the Politics of Writing in Hannah Arendt

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Anna Yeatman, Charles Barbour, Phillip Hansen, Magdalena Zolkos
Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Apr 21, 2011 - Political Science - 230 pages
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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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Contents

Contributors
Recalling Arendt on Thinking
Politics and Worldliness in the Thought of Hannah
The Space of Appearance and the Space of Truth
Daimon Appearances and the Heideggerian Influence
Thinking With and beyond
Arendt between
The Appearance of the
Ethics and the Vocation of Politics
The Miraculous Power of Forgiveness and
Antisemitism
Hannah Arendt and
Arendts Metamorphic Figurations in The Jew
Index
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Phillip Hansen is Professor and Chair of Philosophy at the University of Regina, Canada. He is the author of Hannah Arendt: Politics, History and Citizenship (1993), Taxing Illusions: Taxation, Democracy and Embedded Political Theory (2003) and, with Harold Chorney, Toward a Humanist Political Economy (2003). He has published articles in Contemporary Political Theory; Studies in Political Economy; and The Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory.
Magdalena Zolkos is research fellow in political theory at the Center for Citizenship and Public Policy, University of Western Sydney. She has published on issues of reconciliation, collective trauma, community and testimony.

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