Evaluation of Hannah Arendt’s Concepts of World Citizenship-Love of the World Through the Refugee Crisis

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  • Elvira Badalova

Keywords:

World Citizenship, Amor Mundi, Refugee Crisis, Exclusion, Alienation

Abstract

In this study, the "refuge crisis", which has existed for a lonf time and has become an even more effective "problem" today, will be examined. Hannah Arendt's "Right to Hava Right" and it will be discussed within the framework of their work titled "The Human Condition". The study first begins by reflecting the concept of "Amor Mundi", that is, Love of the World, through the eyes of a refugee Arendt. Whether the consept of World Citizenship is successuful in solving the Refugee Crisis will be discoussed with Arendt. At the same time, the subtitle of the consept of World citizenship or their consepts with the same meaning will be discussed. In particular, how the "idea of one world" was handled in Arendt will be examined. Hannah Arendt's "Amor Mundi", that is wordl love theory, is an effective example in terms of "world citizenship". For Arendt, the concept of "wordl citizenship" is important for basic human rights to work in practice, not in theory. In the last part of study, the subject of "Refugee Crisis/Foreigner" will be discussed. The main issue of importance for Arendt's is the problems and exclusion of refugees. The thinker who lives a refugee life knows what exclusion and alienation mean. That's why she focused most of her work on human problems/the human condition. As can be seen in the study, within the framework of the consepts in the title, both the refugee problem, the idea of cosmopolitanism, exclusion/alienation and Human Rights will be examined closely.

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Published

2023-03-15

How to Cite

Badalova, E. (2023). Evaluation of Hannah Arendt’s Concepts of World Citizenship-Love of the World Through the Refugee Crisis. Eximia, 6(1), 80–89. Retrieved from https://eximiajournal.com/index.php/eximia/article/view/232

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