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Helgard Mahrdt
University of Oslo
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    Responding to Wrong Doing.Helgard Mahrdt - 2022 - Ethics and Education 17 (2):197-210.
    ABSTRACT I argue that educators, by introducing young people to various ways of responding to wrongdoing, help prepare them for the task of acting in and taking responsibility for the world. I begin by introducing Hannah Arendt’s understanding of the world, the characteristics of action as unpredictable, boundless and irreversible, i.e. the frailty of human affairs. I then move to what Arendt calls the ‘power of forgiveness.’ Forgiving is an action, and as such is free and unpredictable. Moreover, forgiving concerns (...)
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    Refugees and Europe: a dilemma or a turning point?Helgard Mahrdt - 2016 - Studier i Pædagogisk Filosofi 4 (2):6-23.
    Europe is facing a wave of refugees and migrants. To solve the many inherent problems is primarily a practical political task. However, there are existential experiences, democratic values, human attitudes, and political principles involved, and I am going to look particularly to the following three aspects of the refugee crisis, 1) the existential, 2) the political, and 3) the legal. Finally, I will make a concluding remark on education’s task.
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  3. Frihet Er Politikkens Mening.Helgard Mahrdt - 2021 - Agora 38 (3-04):514-526.
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  4. Hannah Arendt Om Historie Og Historiefortelling.Helgard Mahrdt - 2002 - Norsk Filosofisk Tidsskrift 37 (3):169-180.
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  5. Race-Thinking” and “Tribal Nationalism” Versus a “Political Organization of Citizens.Helgard Mahrdt - 2005 - Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 2005 (132):121-131.
     
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    Phronēsis bei Aristoteles und Hannah Arendt. Von der Sorge um das Leben und das Selbst zur Sorge um die Welt.Helgard Mahrdt - 2007 - Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 55 (4):587-603.
    Hannah Arendt nimmt in ihrer Rekonzeptualisierung von Politik vielfach Bezug auf Aristoteles. Für die Beziehung zwischen Handeln und Sprechen als unterschieden von Herstellen und Arbeiten und für das Verhältnis Philosophie und Politik war Heidegger als Vermittler oder besser Interpret von Aristoteles' praktischer Philosophie für sie von zentraler Bedeutung. Für Hannah Arendt stellte die aristotelische phronēsis die Achse von Buch VI der Nikomachischen Ethik dar. Es war Martin Heidegger, der bei seiner gründlichen Exegese dieses Buches deutlich herausarbeitete, dass es die Aufgabe (...)
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