The Jew as Pariah: Hannah Arendt's political philosophy

@article{Botstein1983TheJA,
  title={The Jew as Pariah: Hannah Arendt's political philosophy},
  author={L. Botstein},
  journal={Dialectical Anthropology},
  year={1983},
  volume={8},
  pages={47-73}
}
  • L. Botstein
  • Published 1983
  • Philosophy
  • Dialectical Anthropology
Hannah Arendt has come to occupy, in the collective consciousness of Jews in this century, a notoriety comparable to that attained by Karl Marx a century ago. Respect for brilliance and compelling insight has been compromised by suspicion and shame. Rejection of Jewish identity and Judaism for both Marx and Arendt has gone hand in hand with creative contributions to secular thought. In the case of Marx, that suspicion was, of course, based primarily on his 1843 essay, "On the Jewish Question… Expand

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