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    Leeb, Claudia 2018. Rethinking embodied reflective judgment with Adorno and Arendt. Constellations, Vol. 25, Issue. 3, p. 446.

    Verovšek, Peter J 2017. Memory, narrative, and rupture: The power of the past as a resource for political change. Memory Studies, p. 175069801772025.

    Taberner, Stuart 2016. The possibilities and pitfalls of a Jewish cosmopolitanism: reading Natan Sznaider through Russian-Jewish writer Olga Grjasnowa’s German-language novelDer Russe ist einer, der Birken liebt(All Russians Love Birch Trees). European Review of History: Revue européenne d'histoire, Vol. 23, Issue. 5-6, p. 912.

    Heinämaa, Sara 2015. A Companion to Hermeneutics. p. 557.

    Moses, A. Dirk 2013. Das römische Gespräch in a New Key: Hannah Arendt, Genocide, and the Defense of Republican Civilization. The Journal of Modern History, Vol. 85, Issue. 4, p. 867.

    Voice, Paul 2013. Consuming the World: Hannah Arendt on Politics and the Environment. Journal of International Political Theory, Vol. 9, Issue. 2, p. 178.

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This outstanding collection of essays explores Hannah Arendt's thought against the background of recent world-political events unfolding since September 11, 2001, and engages in a contentious dialogue with one of the greatest political thinkers of the past century, with the conviction that she remains one of our contemporaries. Themes such as moral and political equality, action, judgment and freedom are re-evaluated with fresh insights by a group of thinkers who are themselves well known for their original contributions to political thought. Other essays focus on novel and little-discussed themes in the literature by highlighting Arendt's views of sovereignty, international law and genocide, nuclear weapons and revolutions, imperialism and Eurocentrism, and her contrasting images of Europe and America. Each essay displays not only superb Arendt scholarship but also stylistic flair and analytical tenacity.

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