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Occupy Myself: The Politics of Presence by Rosa Naparstek: Art exhibit and interview exploring the personal/political and the need to develop a politics based on being present to ourselves and each other. (2012)

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Comment by Rosa Naparstek on November 9, 2019 at 5:24pm

Occupy Myself: The Politics of Presence: An art exhibit and interview exploring the personal/political and the need to develop a politics based on being present to ourselves and each other.(2012)

Since I was a child, I have always wanted to know "the source of evil" and explore this in the video. As a long time admirer of Hannah Arendt, I was happy to see that the recent movie Hannah Arendt, based on her book Eichmann in Jerusalem, stirred up some crucial questions on the nature of evil, even though much of the discussion centered around her loyalties instead of the substantive issue.

If you watch the video, please let me know what you think and possibly join me in an online discussion regarding it's content.

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