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The human condition.

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The author of Eichmann in Jerusalem considers the state of modern humanity in this classic work in political and social theory.

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absolutelyelsewhere

Intense and up-to-date

by absolutelyelsewhere on Aug 20, 2009

This is an excellent book for any avid reader, but anyone with a bent for philosophy will especially enjoy it. Professor Arendt writes about our current cultural condition with a knowledge of where we came from. This is a fantastic analysis of the philosophy of our times.

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