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fitting that amor mundi, love of the world, never became the title of only one of Arendt's studies, for it is the theme which permeates all of her thought. The purpose of this volume's a- ticles is to pay a critical tribute to this theme by exploring its meaning, the cultural and intellectual sources from which it derives, as well as its resources for conte- porary thought and action. We are privileged to include as part of the collection two previously unpu- lished lectures by Arendt as well as a rarely noticed essay which she wrote in 1964. Taken together, they engrave the central.
Martinus Nijhoff Philosophy Library. Table of contents (10 chapters). Natality, Amor Mundi and Nuclearism in the Thought of Hannah Arendt. Moore, Patricia Bowen. Explorations in the Faith and Thought of Hannah Arendt. The Faith of Hannah Arendt: Amor Mundi and its Critique - Assimilation of Religious Experience. Bernauer, S. J. James.
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This article explores the theme of love and the political in the thought of. .Bowen-moore, Patricia, Hannah Arendt's Philosophy of Natality (London: Macmillan Press Ltd, 1989), pp. 9–10.
This article explores the theme of love and the political in the thought of Hannah Arendt by examining her attitude toward such kinds of love as eros, philia, agape, cupiditas, caritas, compassio, fraternitas. Arendt generally regards love as unpolitical because of its inherent inclination to exclude the outside world. This public bond, what Arendt calls amor mundi, is basically grounded in the notion of political friendship. 11. Arendt, Hannah, On Revolution (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books Ltd, 1965), pp. 88–89. 12. Arendt,, Men in Dark Times, p.
Hannah Arendt was not a fan of Karl Marx, but she took his writing very seriously. She famously opens her chapter on Labor in The Human Condition declaring: In the following chapter, Karl Marx will be criticized. Arendt is critical of those who try to locate Marx’s writings in line with Lenin and Stalin.
First philosophical book by Hannah Arendt. Amor Mundi: Explorations in the Faith and Thought of Hannah Arendt. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 978-94-009-3565-5. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in German. Arendt's interpretation of love in the work of St. Augustine deals with three concepts, love as craving or desire (Amor qua appetitus), love in the relationship between man (creatura) and creator (Creator - Creatura), and neighborly love (Dilectio proximi), and is constructed in three sections dealing with each of these.