HANNAH ARENDT AND THE USES OF HISTORY
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HANNAH ARENDT AND THE USES OF HISTORY (ebook)

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BERGHAHN BOOKS
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Introduction
Richard H. King and Dan Stone

PART I: IMPERIALISM AND COLONIALISM

Chapter 1. Race Power, Freedom, and the Democracy of Terror in German Racialist Thought
Elisa von Joeden-Forgey

Chapter 2. Race Thinking and Racism in Hannah Arendt's The Origins of Totalitarianism
Kathryn T. Gines

Chapter 3. When the Real Crime Began: Hannah Arendt's The Origins of Totalitarianism and the Dignity of the Western Philosophical Tradition
Robert Bernasconi

Chapter 4. Race and Bureaucracy Revisited: Hannah Arendt's Recent Re-Emergence in African Studies
Christopher J. Lee

Chapter 5. On Pain of Extinction: Laws of Nature and History in Darwin, Marx, and Arendt
Tony Barta

PART II: NATION AND RACE

Chapter 6. The Refractory Legacy of Decolonization: Revisiting Arendt on Violence
Ned Curthoys

Chapter 7. Anti-Semitism, the Bourgeoisie, and the Self-Destruction of the Nation-State
Marcel Stoetzler

Chapter 8. Eichmann's Mentality and Post-totalitarian Predicaments
Vlasta Jalušiè

PART III: INTELLECTUAL GENEALOGIES AND LEGACIES

Chapter 9. Hannah Arendt on Totalitarianism: Moral Equivalence and Degrees of Evil in Modern Political Violence
Richard Shorten

Chapter 10. Hannah Arendt, Biopolitics, and the Problem of Violence
Andre Duarte

Chapter 11. The 'Subterranean Stream of Western History
Robert Eaglestone

Chapter 12. Hannah Arendt and the Old 'New Science'
Steven Douglas Maloney

Chapter 13. The Holocaust and 'the Human'
Dan Stone

Conclusion: Arendt between Past and Future
Richard H. King

Bibliography
Contributors
Index