Arendt and Law

Christopher McCorkindale (Editor), Marco Goldoni (Editor)

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Part of Ashgate's Philosophers and Law series, the essays selected for this volume demonstrate the importance of law to a proper understanding of Hannah Arendt’s work. Although Arendt herself lacked any legal training and never wrote systematically about law her rich insights in this field have been studied closely by scholars and this collection marks the first attempt to gather that work, and to understand it thematically. The volume enables scholars to uncover what Arendt had to say about law, and legal scholars to evaluate her contribution to the field of law.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationFarnham, Surrey
Number of pages566
Publication statusPublished - 4 Jan 2017

Publication series

NamePhilosophers and Law
PublisherAshgate Publishing


  • Hannah Arendt
  • concepts of law


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  • Hannah Arendt and the Law

    McCorkindale, C. & Goldoni, M., 2012, Oxford. 382 p. (Law and Practical Reason; no. 4)

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