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This introduction to Hannah Arendts political thinking, based on a veryclose reading of the most relevant texts, suggests that her core teachingculminates in a unique kind of political humanism. It consists of the disclosureof unique individual personalities in free public actions inspired by publicprinciples.The full meaning of such principled actions...
This introduction to Hannah Arendts political thinking, based on a veryclose reading of the most relevant texts, suggests that her core teachingculminates in a unique kind of political humanism. It consists of the disclosureof unique individual personalities in free public actions inspired by publicprinciples.The full meaning of such principled actions and its actors emergesfrom an uneasy symbiosis between actors and their casts of judgmentalspectators. But it is the free spectators of action who determine its possiblemeanings. Importantly, only such public meanings save humans from the abyss ofmeaningless existence. Still, and even though individuals are driven by an urgeto public self-presentation, Arendt seems to insist that human freedomultimately rests on our inability to fully disclose who we are. Perhapsparadoxically, Arendts emphasis on a very public humanism links freedomto what remains ineffable about being human. After the destruction wrought by20th century totalitarianism, Arendt saw important residues of public freedomespecially in the modern democratic republic of the United States.
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