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THE POLITICAL IR/RELEVANCE OF FREEDOM IN THE PHILOSOPHIES OF SARTRE AND ARENDT

@inproceedings{Kara2011THEPI,
  title={THE POLITICAL IR/RELEVANCE OF FREEDOM IN THE PHILOSOPHIES OF SARTRE AND ARENDT},
  author={Onur Kara},
  year={2011}
}
far from being embodied and so far from political minds and were not paid attention as potential and alternative source of political freedom. In other words, there is a common opinion that their existentialist and phenomenological conceptions of freedom are merely philosophical. However, I thought their conceptions are both performative, based on action and very political. This encouraged me to examine them in comparison with politics and in this study, my overall search has been to examine… 

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