THE JEWISH QUESTION, SECULARIZATION AND THE NATION-STATE CRISIS IN HANNAH ARENDT: FOR A POLITICS OF PLURALITY

Main Article Content

Tomas Borovinsky

Abstract

In the present paper we intend to rethink the “Jewish question”, in the context of religion’s secularization and the modern nation-state crisis, in Hannah Arendt’s political thought. She writes, on the other hand, in and over the decline of modern nation-states that expel and denationalize both foreign citizens and their own depending on the case. She also thinks as a Jew from birth who suffers persecutions and particularly theorizes on her Jew condition and the future of Judaism before and after the creation of the State of Israel. As we will see during this paper we can identify these three issues all together, particularly in the Zionist experience: modern secularization, decline of the nation-state and the “Jewish question”. And it is from these intertwined elements that we can draw a critical thinking for a politics of pluralism.

Article Details

How to Cite
BOROVINSKY, Tomas. THE JEWISH QUESTION, SECULARIZATION AND THE NATION-STATE CRISIS IN HANNAH ARENDT: FOR A POLITICS OF PLURALITY. Politics and Religion Journal, [S.l.], v. 10, n. 2, p. 191-205, dec. 2016. ISSN 1820-659X. Available at: <https://politicsandreligionjournal.com/index.php/prj/article/view/8>. Date accessed: 18 nov. 2017.
Section
TOPIC OF THIS ISSUE

References

Agamben Giorgio, Mezzi senza fine, Bollati Boringhieri, Torino, 2005.
Arendt Hannah, Lectures on Kant’s Political Philosophy, The Chicago University Press, Chicago, 1992.
Arendt Hannah, The Human Condition, The Chicago University Press, Chicago, 1998.
Arendt Hannah, The Promise of Politics, Schoken, Nueva York, 2003.
Arendt Hannah, The Jewish Writings, Schocken, New York, 2007.
Arendt Hannah, The Origins of Totalitarianism, Harcourt, New York, 2003.
Arendt Hannah, On Revolution, Penguin, New York, 2006.
Arendt Hannah, On Violence, Harcourt, Orlando, 1970.
Arendt Hannah, “On Hannah Arendt”, in: Melvyn Hill (ed.), The recovery of the public world, St. Martin’sPress, New York, 1979.
Benhabib Seyla, Los derechos de los otros, trad. Gabriel Zadunaisky, Gedisa, Madrid, 2005.Brunkhorst Hauke, El legado de Hannah Arendt, trad. Manuel Abella and José Luis López de Lizaga, Biblioteca Nueva, Madrid, 2006.
Gray John, Black Mass: Apocalyptic Religion and the Death of Utopia, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, London, 2007.
Hilb Claudia, “Tres miradas sobre el abismo de la modernidad: Hannah Arendt, Leo Strauss, Claude Lefort”, in: Gambarotta Emiliano, Borovinsky Tomas, Plot Martín (ed.). Estética, política, dialéctica. El debate contemporáneo, Prometeo, Buenos Aires.
Judt Tony, Reappraisals, Penguin, New York, 2009.
Kojève Alexandre, Introduction à la lecture de Hegel, Gallimard, Paris, 2005.
Kojève Alexandre, “Tyranny and Wisdom”, in: Strauss Leo, On Tyranny, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2000.
Löwith Karl, Historia del mundo y salvación, trad. Norberto Espinoza, Editorial Katz, Buenos Aires, 2007.
Raffin Marcelo, “Hannah Arendt, la condición judía y la asunción del mundo”, in: Sucasas Alberto and Taub Emmanuel, Pensamiento judío contemporáneo, Prometeo, Buenos Aires, 2015.
Sánchez Madrid Nuria, “Crisis del Estado-nación y dialéctica de los derechos humanos en Hannah Arendt. El totalitarismo como colapso de las formas políticas”,
ISEGORÍA. Revista de Filosofía Moral y Política N 49, 2013.
Schmitt Carl, El Leviathan en la teoría del Estado de Thomas Hobbes, trad. Francisco Javier Conde, Comares, Granada, 2004.
Scholem Gershom, Las grandes tendencias de la mística judía, trad. Beatriz Oberländer, Siruela, Madrid, 2000.
Scholem Gershom, Hay un misterio en el mundo, trad. Manuel Abella, Trotta, Madrid, 2006.
Steiner George, Nostalgia del absoluto, trad. María Tabuyo and Agustín López, Siruela, Madrid, 2011.
Strauss Leo, On Tyranny, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2000.
Strauss Leo, Estudios de filosofía política platónica, trad. Amelia Aguado, Amorrortu, Buenos Aires, 2008.
Strauss Leo, Liberalismo antiguo y moderno, trad. Leonel Livchits, Katz, Buenos Aires, 2007.
Taub Emmanuel, “Historia y neutralización: el mesianismo judío de Gershom Scholem”, Eadem Utraque Europa, N 14, Jun 2013.
Taubes Jacob, Escatología occidental, trad. Carola Pivetta, Miño y Dávila, Buenos Aires, 2010.
Taubes Jacob, Del culto a la cultura, trad. Silvia Villegas, Katz, Buenos Aires, 2007.
Young-Bruehl Elisabeth, Hannah Arendt. For love of the World, Yale University Press, Yale, 2004