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Arendt'in Toplumsala Dair Endişesi
In her book, The Human Condition, Hannah Arendt explores the interconnected nature of the concepts of freedom, action, and the political. However, the theme of ‘the social’ remains one of the most perplexing aspects throughout the book. After presenting an exegesis of the second chapter of the book where Arendt discussed rise of the social predominantly, this article will try to evaluate different meanings of the social by incorporating eminent Arendt critics Hanna Fenichel Pitkin and Seyla Benhabib. The present article defends that Pitkin’s idea that linked rise of the social to the denial of human agency and Benhabib’s analysis of the social as sociability best expressed the meaning of the social in terms of showing both the destruction it caused and the possibility it held to construct an alternative public sphere and re-invent politics.<

Keywords
Public realm, private realm, the rise of the social, human agency, sociability.


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