By Joel Andreas
Addicted to warfare takes at the such a lot energetic, robust, and harmful army on the planet. Hard-hitting, conscientiously documented, and seriously illustrated, it unearths why the USA has been inquisitive about extra wars in recent times than the other nation. learn Addicted to struggle to discover who advantages from those army adventures, who pays—and who dies.
"Political comics at its best."—Michael Parenti
Joel Andreas wrote and illustrated The very good Rocky, a satire that brought greater than 100,000 humans to the unsavory actions of the Rockefeller relatives. In among drawing illustrated exposes, he investigates the trajectory and destiny of the chinese language Revolution.
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He has published work on Shakespeare, John Donne and Greek tragedy. He is currently writing an interdisciplinary book on the ethical impulse. Undoing What Has Been Done: Arendt and Levinas on Forgiveness Christopher R. Allers Abstract If it is true that to forgive a person qua offender involves forgiving the person’s deed qua offence, what does it mean to forgive an offence? Focusing the argument around Hannah Arendt and Emmanuel Levinas, this paper will argue that forgiveness involves undoing or reversing a misdeed by reversing time and acting upon the past misdeed, cleansing and repeating it in the past, and making it as if it did not happen.
For Arendt’s discussion of action as disclosing ‘who’ the actor is, see Arendt, HC, 175ff. 8 Arendt, HC, 178. 9 Jankélévitch, Forgiveness, 126. 10 E Levinas, Totality and Infinity: An Essay on Exteriority, trans. A. Lingis, Duquesne University Press, Pittsburgh, PA, 1969. 11 While Levinas focuses on the hope of being forgiven and has little to say about what it would mean to forgive others, I think that what he says can apply to both forgiving and being forgiven, to both times when I forgive and when I am forgiven.
15 Arendt, HC, 178. )). This quote is from Augustine, De civitate Dei, Book XII, Chapter 21. ). ’ Augustine, Christopher R. Allers 35 ______________________________________________________________ The City of God, trans. H. Bettenson, Penguin Books, London 1984, 502. For some excellent work on the inaccuracy of Arendt’s citation of the original Latin and the different ways she translates this phrase throughout her work, see D. Billings, ‘Natality and Advent: Hannah Arendt and Jürgen Moltmann on Hope and Politics’, The Future of Hope: Christian Tradition amid Modernity and Postmodernity, ed.
Addicted to War: Why the U.S. Can't Kick Militarism by Joel Andreas