Arendt and the Human Condition
In her Prologue to the Human Condition, Hannah Arendt expresses great concern regarding the impact modern science has had on how we think about human nature and how we relate to the world in which we live. She writes, in many respects in direct contrast to Descartes, “the earth is the very quintessence of the human condition” (p. 2). As we have seen from Descartes’s Mediations on First Philosophy, he defines the human as primarily as a thinking being, a being considered “quintessentially” as a mind. A central question for Arendt concerns what scientific progress means when we consider the human being as a mind, as no longer bound to the earth or perhaps no longer a member of the living, embodied world.
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