Pensare contro: Hegel e Arendt

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Abstract

[automatically translated] In the role that Arendt attributes to think, as the only activities capable of keeping human consciousness, not only wide awake but, because of that, capable of authentic responsibility, returning inevitably Hegelian reasons; and this especially when it is in play reflection on human history and consideration of the meaning of this same reflection can take in the evolution of the same thinking.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationG.W.F.HEGEL:Contemporary Readings. The Presence of Hegel's Philosophy in the Current Philosophical Debates
Pages117-137
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Tagliavia, G. (2011). Pensare contro: Hegel e Arendt. In G.W.F.HEGEL:Contemporary Readings. The Presence of Hegel's Philosophy in the Current Philosophical Debates (pp. 117-137)