This edition includes a new prologue in which Parvikko reflects on her own account in connection to recent academic discussions on the controversy. The author’s analysis also covers contributions that have attempted to follow Arendt’s notion of thinking without banisters. With them, Parvikko engages in debate about going beyond Arendt’s theoretical reflections on cohabitation, sharing the world, and discussing the new political evils of the present world without pregiven norms and patterns of thought.
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Parvikko, T. 2021. Arendt, Eichmann and the Politics of the Past. Helsinki: Helsinki University Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.33134/pro-et-contra-2
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Published on Dec. 16, 2021