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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2018.tde-04042018-115745
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Author
Full name
Ronaldo Tadeu de Souza
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Araujo, Cicero Romao Resende de (President)
Adverse, Helton Machado
Cruz, André Kaysel Velasco e
Melo, Rurion Soares
Tierno, Patricio
Title in Portuguese
Tensões na teoria política contemporânea: um estudo sobre os conceitos de ação política e ordem natural em Hannah Arendt e Leo Strauss
Keywords in Portuguese
Ação política
Filosofia Política
Hannah Arendt
Leo Strauss
Ordem natural
Teoria política
Abstract in Portuguese
A presente pesquisa tem como objetivo investigar dois autores fundamentais e imprescindíveis para a área de teoria política, a saber, os judeus-alemães Leo Strauss e Hannah Arendt que vindos da uma Alemanha esfacelada pela guerra e as crises política e sociais que ali se instaurou, erigiram, o que nós hoje conhecemos como teoria política. Especificamente a pesquisa procura analisar os conceitos de ação política e ordem natural (transcendente) imutáveis, que são os conceitos pelos quais eles, Arendt e Strauss, se tornaram conhecidos. Procura-se demonstrar ao longo da investigação que há uma tensão nos conceitos referidos, pois enquanto o conceito de Arendt de ação política se transfigura em aspectos transcendentes da própria ação, o conceito de Strauss de ordem natural imutável adquire traços fortes de ação prático-política. Nos dois casos há, portanto, uma tensão que atravessa os escritos principais de ambos tendo em vista o projeto teórico inicial. O estudo estará concentrado nas principais obras de Leo Strauss e Hannah Arendt dos anos 1950 e que foram escritos nos Estados Unidos, são elas: A condição humana, Sobre a revolução, Direito natural e história e Thoughts on Machiavelli.
Title in English
Tensions in contemporary political theory: a study on the concepts of political action and natural order in Hannah Arendt and Leo Strauss
Keywords in English
Hannah Arendt
Leo Strauss
Natural order
Political action
Political philosophy
Political theory
Abstract in English
The present research aims to investigate two fundamental and indispensable authors for the area of political theory, namely the German-Jews Leo Strauss and Hannah Arendt who come from a war-torn Germany and the political and social crises that were established there, which we now know as political theory. Specifically, the research seeks to analyze the concepts of political action and natural order (transcendent) immutable, which are the concepts by which they, Arendt and Strauss, have become known. It is tried to demonstrate during the investigation that there is a tension in the referred concepts, because while the concept of Arendt of political action is transfigured in transcendent aspects of the own action, the concept of Strauss of immutable natural order acquires strong traces of practical-political action . In both cases there is, therefore, a tension that runs through the main writings of both in view of the initial theoretical project. The study will focus on the major works of Leo Strauss and Hannah Arendt of the 1950s and which were written in the United States, are: The Human Condition, On the Revolution, Natural Law and History and Thoughts on Machiavelli.
 
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2018-04-06
 
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