A3 Book section, Chapters in research books
Committed to Think, Judge, and Act. Hannah Arendt's Idealtypical Approach to Human Faculties. (1999)


Parvikko, T., Birmingham, P., Villa, D. R., Hermsen, J. J., Taminiaux, J., Collin, F., & Weyembergh, M. (1999). Committed to Think, Judge, and Act. Hannah Arendt's Idealtypical Approach to Human Faculties. In J. J. Hermsen, & D. R. Villa (Eds.), The Judge and the Spectator. Hannah Arendt's Political Philosophy (pp. 111-130). Leuven: Peeters.


JYU authors or editors


Publication details

All authors or editors: Parvikko, Tuija; Birmingham, Peg; Villa, Dana R.; Hermsen, Joke J.; Taminiaux, Jacques; Collin, Francoise; Weyembergh, Maurice

Parent publication: The Judge and the Spectator. Hannah Arendt's Political Philosophy

Parent publication editors: Hermsen, Joke J.; Villa, Dana R.

Publication year: 1999

Pages range: 111-130

Publisher: Peeters

Place of Publication: Leuven

Publication country: Belgium

Publication language: English

Open Access: Publication channel is not openly available


Free keywords: Hannah Arendt; Judgement; Responsibility

Fields of science:


Contributing organizations


Ministry reporting: Yes

Preliminary JUFO rating: Not rated


Last updated on 2020-13-10 at 22:46