Arendt and feminist spheres
In The Human Condition, Hannah Arendt discusses three different spheres and how they are applied to public and private spheres. These definitions were constructed in the 50s and accordingly times have changed. Although Arendt frequently refers to the ancient world, not much has changed to the contemporary times. Arendt argues that the past has been destroyed by modernity Arendt grew up in a time of war and chaos in which she was not welcomed to express her true self or freely practice her religion. Her history undoubtedly biased her to come to her conclusive definitions. Although deca…
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