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Alexander,​John.​“Ending​the​Liberal​Hegemony:​Republican​Freedom​and​Amartya​
Sen’s​Theory​of​Capabilities.”​Contemporary Political Theory​9,​no.​1​(2010).
Alford,​C.​Fred.​“Levinas​and​Political​Theory.”​Political Theory​32,​no.​2​(2004).
Allen,​Amy.​The Politics of Our Selves: Power, Autonomy, and Gender in Contemporary Criti-
cal Theory.​New​York:​Columbia​University​Press,​1998.
———.​“Solidarity​after​Identity​Politics:​Hannah​Arendt​and​the​Power​of​Feminist​
Theory.”​Philosophy and Social Criticism​25,​no.​1​(1999).
Anderson,​Amanda.​The Way We Argue Now.​Princeton:​Princeton​University​Press,​2005.
Apostolidis,​Paul.​“Politics​and​Connolly’s​Ethics:​Immigrant​Narratives,​Racism,​and​
Identity’s​Contingency.”​Theory and Event​11,​no.​3​(2008).​muse.jhu.edu/journals/
theory_and_event/.
Arendt,​ Hannah.​ “Civil​ Disobedience.”​ Crises of the Republic.​ New​ York:​ Harcourt​
Brace,​1972.
———.​“Concern​with​Politics​in​Recent​European​Philosophical​Thought.”​Essays in
Understanding 1930–1954.​New​York:​Harcourt​Brace,​1994.
———.​“The​Crisis​in​Culture.”​Between Past and Future: Eight Exercises in Political
Thought.​New​York:​Viking​Press,​1968.
———.​“Freedom​and​Politics.”​Freedom and Serfdom: An Anthology of Western Thought,​
ed.​Albert​Hunold.​Dordrecht:​Reidel,​1961.
———.​The Human Condition.​Chicago:​University​of​Chicago​Press,​1958.
———.​“Introduction​into​Politics.”​The Promise of Politics,​ed.​Jerome​Kohn.​New​
York:​Schocken​Books,​2005.
———.​The Life of the Mind.​New​York:​Harcourt​Brace​Jovanovich,​1978.
———.​“On​Hannah​Arendt.”​Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World,​ed.​
Melvyn​A.​Hill.​New​York:​St.​Martin’s​Press,​1979.
———.​“On​Humanity​in​Dark​Times:​Thoughts​on​Lessing.”​Men in Dark Times.​New​
York:​Harcourt,​Brace​and​World,​1968.
———.​On Revolution.​New​York:​Viking​Press,​1963.
———.​The Origins of Totalitarianism.​New​York:​World​Publishing,​1951.
———.​“Philosophy​and​Politics.”​Social Research​57,​no.​1​(1990).
———.​“Public​Rights​and​Private​Interests.”​Small Comforts for Hard Times: Human-
ists on Public Policy,​ed.​Michael​J.​Mooney​and​Florian​Stuber.​New​York:​Columbia​
University​Press,​1977.
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