The human condition

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University of Chicago Press, 1958 - Philosophy - 332 pages
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User Review  - Mitchell Croom - Goodreads

Not as compelling as Eichmann in Jerusalem, but a fascinating argument by an equally fascinating scholar. Her reliance on going back to the "true meaning" of words in Greek or Latin becomes tiresome ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cosmo - Goodreads

This is an odd work. Arendt mischaracterizes a great many thinkers over the course of the book; her "labor," "work," "action," trichotomy seems only intermittently useful; it is unclear whether or not ... Read full review

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The Human Condition
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