Hannah Arendt: Politics and Philosophy

Term: Fall 2009

Subject Code: GPHI

Course Number: 6045

This course pursues a number of themes that are central to Arendt's thinking including the human condition, labor, work, action, politics, power, thinking, willing and judging. We roughly follow her intellectual development. Readings include selections from The Jewish Writings,The Origins of Totalitarianism, The Human Condition, On Revolution, Between Past and Future, Crises of the Republic, and The Life of the Mind.

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