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|Title:||Hannah Arendt: Re-Thinking "The Social"|
|Abstract:||<p>This work connects two central texts by Hannah Arendt: <em>The Human Condition</em> and <em>Thinking</em>, volume one of <em>The Life of the Mind</em>. My approach will be to examine the rise of "the social" as outlined in <em>The Human Condition</em>, followed by a consideration of Arendt's response to this rise in <em>Thinking</em>. In doing so we will observe that both action and thought are grounded in the human condition of plurality.</p>|
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