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|The earth is the very quintessence of the human condition, and earthly nature, for |
all we know, may be unique in the universe in providing human beings with a
habitat in which they can move and breathe without effort and without artifice.
|Arendt is a humanist who has focused her keen intellect on the human in the |
modern world. ... She writes with stunning perspicacity; The earth is the very
quintessence of the human condition, and earthly nature, for all we know, may be
|increasingly fractured world, and on an ever-fragile earth, to be engaging, |
learned, and of lasting value. ... doing) signifies to Arendt a fundamental rebellion
against the human condition, of which the earth is the "very quintessence," and
|For Arendt, habitation of the Earth is the most fundamental condition of human |
existence. The Earth “is the very quintessence of the human condition” (2), and “
earthly existence bestows the basic conditions of “birth and death, natality and ...
|2, "Prophel Without Honor' 11986) THE EARTH 1 The earth is the very |
quintessence of the human condition. HANNAH ARENDT (1906-75). German-
born U.S. political philosopher. The Human Condition, Prologue (1958). 2 After
one look at ...
|It is the same desire to escape from imprisonment to the earth that is manifest in |
the attempt to create life in the test tube ... means.57 Some transhumanists might
acknowledge that the earth is “the very quintessence” of the human condition, but
|Confronting an intensely humanized world was a singular event of consciousness, which Williams explores through the lives and works of three writers of the late nineteenth century: Jules Verne, William Morris, and Robert Louis Stevenson.|
|Human. Condition). Bernard Debarbieux Translated from the French by Carlo |
Salzani If political approaches take the lion's ... by our existence on Earth and our
material environment: “The earth is the very quintessence of the human condition
|The Earth is the very quintessence of the human condition. — Hannah Arendt |
Hannah Arendt was not alone in noting that Euro-masculinist1 cultures seem "
possessed by a rebellion against the human condition,"2 and particularly against
|It can hardly be doubted that in the mind of a reflecting man there would always |
be a desire to know the nature of the Planet ... 1845 Arendt, Hannah 1906–75
Political philosopher The earth is the very quintessence of the human condition.