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Tamboukou, Maria (2013)
Publisher: Sage
Languages: English
Types: Article
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In this article I explore relationships between love and politics by looking into Rosa Luxemburg’s letters to her lover and comrade Leo Jogiches. My discussion is framed within Hannah Arendt’s conceptualization of love as a manifestation of existence through the Augustinian journey of memory and as an existential force binding together the three faculties of the mind in her philosophical analysis: thinking, willing and judging. What I argue is that letters are crucial in enacting plurality and com- munication, and that Luxemburg’s letters to her lover and comrade intensify rather than obscure the force of the political in opening up radical futures.
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