The Public Realm and the Public Self

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From the time she set the intellectual world on fire with her reflections on Eichmann (1963), Hannah Arendt has been seen, essentially, as a literary commentator who had interesting things to say about political and cultural matters. In this critical study, Shiraz Dossa argues that Arendt is a political theorist in the sense in which Aristotle is a theorist, and that the key to her political theory lies in the twin notions of the "public realm" and the "public self." In this work, the author explains how Arendt's ...

The Public Realm and the Public Self 1989, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, ON

ISBN-13: 9780889209671

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