Hannah Arendt on the Holocaust: A Study of Jules Steinberg

ISBN: 9780773477605

Published: July 1st 2000

Hardcover

284 pages


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Hannah Arendt on the Holocaust: A Study of  by  Jules Steinberg

Hannah Arendt on the Holocaust: A Study of by Jules Steinberg
July 1st 2000 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 284 pages | ISBN: 9780773477605 | 4.15 Mb

Steinberg (political science, Denison University) assesses the work of Hannah Arendt, exposing her tortured relationship with her own Jewishness, her affinity for the work of Martin Heidegger, and her bizarre desperation to blame the victim in theMoreSteinberg (political science, Denison University) assesses the work of Hannah Arendt, exposing her tortured relationship with her own Jewishness, her affinity for the work of Martin Heidegger, and her bizarre desperation to blame the victim in the form of co- responsibility.

He argues that Arendt approaches the Holocaust with the very tools that led to it, and contends that her book, The Human Condition, deserves to be interpreted as the rehabilitation of a fascist pattern of political thinking. He shows that The Human Condition reveals a conception of the theory and practice of Nazi genocide against the Jews as a modern adaptation of the classical Greek theory and practice of slavery.

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