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In today’s world, the idea of totalitarianism and the mechanisms by which it is achieved seemed to many a bygone concept of 20th-century regimes that have been long since dismantled. However, a new wave of totalitarian movements has been steadily rising from the ashes, and I believe it’s important to examine what makes them dangerous. They utilize many of the...
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Just as the Spanish flu is accredited for introducing a hand-washing basin into our bedroom, leading to the creation of the vanity room, the Covid pandemic is likely to influence home design. So how should this recent pandemic change the way we design residential buildings and on a wider scale, our cities? Division of space In her book The Human...
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To what extent does Anwar Congo exemplify Hannah Arendt’s concept of “the banality of evil”? In 1965, in Indonesia, Anwar Congo played a critical role in the mass murder of nearly half a million of his own people. The claims of a coup attempt by Communists released pent-up communal hatred; these flames of revulsion were fanned by the Indonesian Army,...
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The Operational Framework In the diagram below, Hannah Arendt’s concept of the “right to have rights” appears in the middle, topmost part of a square that encloses what defines the “right to have rights”. The Uyghurs, being that they are deprived of their right to religious freedom, are considered stateless given that an individual is a citizen if - and...
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To enter the world of Hannah Arendt (1906-1975) is to encounter the political and moral catastrophes of the 20th century. Her life spanned the convulsions of two world wars, revolutions and civil wars, and events worse than war in which human lives were uprooted and destroyed on a scale never seen before. She lived through what she called 'dark times,'...
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This paper will identify three groups of academia. Firstly, a theoretical philosophical approach by Hanna Arendt and Giorgio Agamben. Secondly, a group that consists of Bicocchi and Weissbrodt, and Collins elaborates on the academic work on statistical data and the problem of de facto statelessness. Finally, a third group consisting of Belton, Bicocchi, Bhabha & Matach, and Fekete which deals...
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