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Student
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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
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Year of Graduation
Anastasiia Dubrovina
The Faculty of Judgment as a Political Problem in Arendt`s Philosophy
Philosophy
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
The last years of Arendt`s life, she was actively working on his fundamental work "The Life Of Mind", which, according to her plan, was to consist of three logically derived from each other parts, "Thinking", "Willing" and "Judgment". However, unexpected death broke the plans of the philosopher and the third part of the philosophical work was not finished. This study will focus on the third, unwritten, part of the Arendt`s work. The main aim of the study is to reconstruct the theory of judgment, written by Hannah Arendt, to identify the main characteristics of the this theory and to determine in what relation the theory has political significance. In this work, I will try to prove statement that the Arendt's theory of judgment is important for the whole political concept of the philosopher. The work consists of three chapters, introduction, conclusion and bibliography.

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