Arendt, Eichmann and the Politics of the Past (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
310
Utgivningsdatum
2021-12-16
Förlag
Helsinki University Press
Illustrationer
Black & white illustrations
Dimensioner
210 x 148 x 18 mm
Vikt
409 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
424:B&W 5.83 x 8.27 in or 210 x 148 mm (A5) Perfect Bound on Creme w/Matte Lam
ISBN
9789523690707

Arendt, Eichmann and the Politics of the Past

Häftad,  Engelska, 2021-12-16
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Arendt, Eichmann and the Politics of the Past offers a critical analysis of the original American debate over Hannah Arendt's report of the trial of Adolf Eichmann. First published in 2008, Tuija Parvikko's book discusses both the campaign against Arendt organised by American Zionist organisations and the controversy Arendt's report caused within American Jewish intellectual circles. Parvikko's analysis carefully draws from the historical background of the report, discussing Arendt's early studies of Zionism and her critique of the Jewish state. The volume also gives an account of Eichmann's capture in Argentina and the reception of the report among legal scholars and the world press.

This edition includes a new prologue in which Parvikko reflects on her own account in connection to recent academic discussions on the controversy. The author's analysis also covers contributions that have attempted to follow Arendt's notion of thinking without banisters. With them, Parvikko engages in debate about going beyond Arendt's theoretical reflections on cohabitation, sharing the world, and discussing the new political evils of the present world without pregiven norms and patterns of thought.
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Tuija Parvikko, PhD, holds the title of docent at the University of Jyvskyl where she works as a senior researcher at the Department of History and Ethnology. She has published extensively on Hannah Arendt and the politics of memory.

Innehållsförteckning

foreword (taru haapala & anna kronlund)


prologue: on recent interpretations of hannah arendt's eichmann in jerusalem


acknowledgements


introduction


1. hannah arendt and zionism

1.1. the cornerstones of herzlian zionism

1.2. the lazarean-arendtian critique of the unworldly hierarchies of jewish tradition

1.3. the crisis of zionism

1.3.1. the ironies of zionist politics

1.4. arendt's critique of the jewish state

1.4.1. the artificial community in the shadow of natural justification


2. the capture of adolf eichmann

2.1. the capture and diplomatic conflict

2.2. the mossad operation

2.3. ben-gurion's mission

2.4. the judicial pre-trial debate

2.5.1. the pro-israel defence

2.5.2. the tale of adolf eichmann in Life Magazine

2.5.3. "leader of world opinion": The New York Times

2.5.4. monster or bureaucrat?


3. the campaign and its background

3.1. hannah arendt in jerusalem

3.2. "declaration of war"

3.3. writing against the current

3.4. arendt's response


4. the arendt controversy

4.1. Aufbau, 29 March

4.2. Pro domo

4.3. eichmann's new crime

4.4. the evil of banality: Facts

4.5. excommunication

4.6. the responsibility of the intellectuals

4.6.1. to know enough to judge

4.6.2. hannah arendt's "jewish revisionism"

4.6.3. the crisis of jewish identity


5. arendt's ironies and political judgement

5.1. irony as trope

5.2. "the darkest chapter of the whole dark story"

5.3. the collapse of the european political tradition

5.4. eichmann's new evil

5.5. arendt as judge


6. the eichmann trial and the politics of the past

6.1. the eichmann trial as a turning point

6.2. the conceptual revolution of the victim

6.3. the eichmann trial as a political trial

6.4. the politics of victims


7. conclusion