Hannah Arendt: phenomenology of thinking and thoughtlessness

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Hannah Arendt bases her account of thinking on the phenomenological claim that genuine thinking arises out of the actuality of the existential experiences and should preserve a vital connection with «the world of appearances», with the «plurality» of human beings which is, in her opinion, one of the fundamental human conditions. Arendt’s phenomenology of thinking is impossible to conceive without her phenomenology of thoughtlessness — her reflections on the inner connection between thoughtlessness and the phenomenon of evil.

Philosophy of hanna arendt, human beeng, phenomenology of thinking, phenomenology of thoughtlessness, evil

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