JEWISHNESS AND THE PROBLEM OF NATIONALISM: A GENEALOGY OF ARENDT'S EARLY POLITICAL THOUGHT

@article{Ashcroft2015JEWISHNESSAT,
  title={JEWISHNESS AND THE PROBLEM OF NATIONALISM: A GENEALOGY OF ARENDT'S EARLY POLITICAL THOUGHT},
  author={Caroline Ashcroft},
  journal={Modern Intellectual History},
  year={2015},
  volume={14},
  pages={421 - 449}
}
Hannah Arendt's early writings, focused on Jewish politics in the 1930s and 1940s, are in many ways her most directly political work. Yet certain problematic concepts in these texts, notably the idea of the “Jewish nation,” have led many to disregard it. A shift in the themes of Arendt's work following the publication of The Origins of Totalitarianism in 1951 has resulted in further divisions being drawn between the pre- and post-Origins work. This essay opposes both these positions. By mapping… Expand

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