Hannah Arendt

Whilst researching what influenced Dumas with one of her painting’s:

 

“Many questions abound: is thinking to be understood as psychological process or, indeed, something that can be properly described, or is thinking in Arendnt’s sense always an exercise of judgement of some kind, and so implicated in a normative practice. If the “I” who thinks is part of a “we”, how do we understand the relation between “I” and “we” and what specific implications does thinking imply for the norms that govern politics and, especially, the critical relation to positive law?”

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