Hannah Arendt og pædagogikkens: Fragmenter til en gryende pædagogik (Hannah Arendt and pedagogy: Fragments of an emerging pedagogy) by Morten Timmermann Korsgaard, is is his Danish-language academic book about theories of childhood education, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher the Aarhus University Press in Denmark. 382 more words
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And by the T-word I mean totalitarianism, of course.
Before they seize power and establish a world according to their doctrines, totalitarian movements conjure up a lying world of consistency which is more adequate to the needs of the human mind than reality itself; in which, through sheer imagination, uprooted masses can feel at home and are spared the never-ending shocks which real life and real experiences deal to human beings and their expectations. 160 more words
Marguerite Harrison and Hannah Arendt: The Notion of Strength within the Early Totalitarian Soviet Prison Experience
Introduction written on September 26, 2016, the day of my enrollment in my master’s program at Charles University.
Here it is: the essay. When I can say “award-winning author,” this is the why. 1,711 more words
There has been much discussion of introversion and extraversion but little agreement about what they are. Moreover, I have seen multiple implicit definitions of introversion within the same article or discussion. 979 more words
A Sort of “Introduction Into Politics”
Some may say that philosophy has no say in the political sphere or that it shouldn’t be concerned with such things. 1,051 more words