The Political Aesthetics of Hannah Arendt - Suh, You-Kyung
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Hannah Arendt's posthumous fame is only natural because she opened a new chapter in political philosophy by shedding fresh light on the relationship between the vita activa and the vita comtemplativa. As 'Judging,' the third part of The Life of the Mind was left unwritten, not a few people have so far been trying to expound her political thought in ingenious ways. Here is yet another theoretical attempt to redefine it in terms of 'political aesthetics' and how is it to be properly done? The discipline of aesthetics can be characterized by three distinct components; an aesthetic sense, an…mehr

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Hannah Arendt's posthumous fame is only natural because she opened a new chapter in political philosophy by shedding fresh light on the relationship between the vita activa and the vita comtemplativa. As 'Judging,' the third part of The Life of the Mind was left unwritten, not a few people have so far been trying to expound her political thought in ingenious ways. Here is yet another theoretical attempt to redefine it in terms of 'political aesthetics' and how is it to be properly done? The discipline of aesthetics can be characterized by three distinct components; an aesthetic sense, an aesthetic method of thinking, and an aesthetic regime and on this basis I single out conscience, Socratic critical thinking, and the Arendtian Archimedean point for her political aesthetics. Moving on to map out a typology of human plurality consisting of HP-I, HP-II, HP-III, HP-IV, and HP-V, I come up with a conclusion that those politically insignificant people of the HP-V can be invited to the HP-IV in the name of social justice. This is probably what Hannah Arendt meant when she signaled a call for a new political philosophy and what her political aesthetics can deliver to us today.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
  • Seitenzahl: 76
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. Dezember 2017
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 220mm x 150mm x 5mm
  • Gewicht: 130g
  • ISBN-13: 9786202068352
  • ISBN-10: 6202068353
  • Artikelnr.: 50336584
Autorenporträt
You-Kyung SUH is a Professor of Political Philosophy at Kyung Hee Cyber University, Korea. Holds an MA, an MPhil and a PhD in Political Sociology from Kent University, Oxford University and Kyung Hee University respectively. Currently, is an advisor to The Presidential Commission on Policy Planning for the Moon Jae-In Government of South Korea.