|Abstract||Hannah Arendt and The Phenomenology of Human Rights examines contemporary debates on the foundations of human rights through the lens of Arendt's writings, showing how Arendt’s phenomenological standpoint, unique within these debates, is able to shed new light a number of problems within human rights theory|
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|Call number||JC251.A74.P35 2008|
|ISBN(s)||0415961084 0415876664 9780415961080|
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