On Active Solitude: Caring for the Self in Hannah Arendt’s Moral Philosophy, by Ned Curthoys

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Ned Curthoys is Senior Lecturer of English and Cultural Studies at the University of Western Australia. He is the author of the monograph The Legacy of Liberal Judaism: Ernst Cassirer and Hannah Arendt’s Hidden Conversation (Berghahn, 2013). His recently published articles include “Evaluating Risk in Perpetrator Narratives: Resituating Jonathan Littell’s The Kindly Ones as Historical Fiction,” Textual Practice (2017), “Selbstdenken, Remembrance, and the Future of Civil-Courage in Margarethe von Trotta’s Hannah Arendt (2012): On the Psychogenesis of the Banality of Evil,” Screening the Past (2016), and “A Pragmatic Intervention: Richard Rorty’s Therapeutic Impact on Literary Criticism,” Australian Literary Studies (2014).

Ned Curthoys, “On Active Solitude: Caring for the Self in Hannah Arendt’s Moral Philosophy,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 38:2 (2017), pp. 325-47.

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