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By Roger Berkowitz,Ian Storey
Unique in its shape, the Denktagebuch bargains magnificent insights into Arendt’s perform of considering and writing. Artifacts of considering presents an advent to the Denktagebuch in addition to a glimpse of those attention-grabbing yet untranslated fragments that show not just Arendt’s realizing of “the lifetime of the brain” yet her actual lived adventure of it.
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Artifacts of Thinking: Reading Hannah Arendt's Denktagebuch by Roger Berkowitz,Ian Storey