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1. Arendt Studies: Volume > 2
James Barry Editor's Introduction
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roundtable: the human condition at sixty
2. Arendt Studies: Volume > 2
James Barry Introduction to Roundtable: The Human Condition at Sixty
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Ronald Beiner The Presence of Art and the Absence of Heidegger
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Roger Berkowitz The Human Condition Today: The Challenge of Science
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Peg Birmingham Worldly Immortality in an Age of Superfluity: Arendt’s The Human Condition
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Adriana Cavarero Human Condition of Plurality
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Annabel Herzog The Perplexities of Instrumentality
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Wolfgang Heuer Plurality
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Dana Villa Totalitarianism, Tradition, and The Human Condition
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Lorraine Krall McCrary Natality and Disability: From Augustine to Arendt and Back
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Arendt’s “natality,” a promising foundation for humanness that might be expanded to include those with profound cognitive disabilities, emerges in part out of Arendt’s creative interpretation of Augustine. Returning to Augustine provides natality with resources to escape the weaknesses of Arendt’s thought when viewed from the perspective of disability theory: The traps of grounding human dignity in rationality, of downplaying expressions of creativity in non-political spheres, and of denigrating the role of the body.