Author Archives: Sophie Loidolt
About Sophie LoidoltSince Oct 2011, Dr Loidolt has been Assistant Professor ("Post-Doc Universitätsassistentin") at the Philosophy Department of the University of Vienna. She is interested in the crucial relevance that experience and subjectivity/consciousness have in the epistemological (theoretical) as well as the ethical and political (practical) field: This involves questions on methodology and epistemological justification in discussion with other approaches (e. g. Philosophy of Mind) as well as explorations of the First-Person-Perspective in the context of intersubjectivity, plurality and alterity.
Hannah Arendt on Plurality, Spaces of Meaning, and Integrity
Posted on 30 September 2014 by Sophie Loidolt
The following paper was presented at Saints and Madmen: Integrity at its Limits, at the Einstein Forum in June 2014.
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