master's thesis
The analysis and the theological outlook of Hannah Arendt's term vita activa

Željko Filajdić (2017)
Sveučilište Josipa Jurja Strossmayera u Osijeku
Katolički bogoslovni fakultet u Đakovu
Odsjek za sustavnu teologiju
Katedra dogmatske teologije
Metadata
TitleAnaliza u teološki pogled na pojam "vita activa" kod Hanne Arendt
AuthorŽeljko Filajdić
Mentor(s)Ivica Raguž (thesis advisor)
Abstract
U radu se analizira pojam vita activa u djelu The Human Condition njemačko-američke filozofkinje Hannahe Arendt, uključujući i ostale važne teme koje govor o ovome pojmu obuhvaća. Nekim temama pristupa se iz perspektive kršćanstva i pokušava dati teološki osvrt s ciljem produbljenja ili pojašnjenja. Prvi dio rada zaustavlja se na općem prikazu pojma vita activa, kojima Hannah Arendt označava tri osnovne ljudske djelatnosti: rad, proizvođenje i djelovanje. Ovdje se predstavljaju temeljne odrednice i razlikovanja njezinih promišljanja u vezi s ovim. Drugi dio rada pobliže prikazuje svaku od djelatnosti posebno, upućujući na njihova najvažnija obilježja koja naša autorica u njima prepoznaje i dinamične odnose ili zatamnjenja u kojima su se tijekom povijesti tri djelatnosti našle. Treći dio rada u prvome poglavlju donosi viđenje modernoga doba Hannahe Arendt i najznačajnijih događaja toga razdoblja u kontekstu obratâ u hijerarhiji djelatnosti vita activa. Drugo poglavlje trećega dijela donosi kritički teološki osvrt na četiri odabrane teme povezane s vita activa. Time se nastoji izdaleka približiti govor kršćanstva govoru Hannahe Arendt, ali i, uz određena neslaganja, produbiti i pojasniti njezine misli o čovjeku i njegovim djelatnostima.
Keywordsvita activa Hannah Arendt conditions activities christianity
Parallel title (English)The analysis and the theological outlook of Hannah Arendt's term vita activa
Committee MembersGrgo Grbešić (committee chairperson)
Davor Vuković (committee member)
Ivica Raguž (committee member)
GranterSveučilište Josipa Jurja Strossmayera u Osijeku
Katolički bogoslovni fakultet u Đakovu
Lower level organizational unitsOdsjek za sustavnu teologiju
Katedra dogmatske teologije
PlaceĐakovo
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineHUMANISTIC SCIENCES
Theology
Dogmatic Theology
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelintegrated undergraduate and graduate
Study programmeStudy of Philosophy and Theology
Academic title abbreviationmag.theol.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2017-04-25
Parallel abstract (English)
The paper analyzes the term vita activa in the work The Human Condition of german-american philosopher Hannah Arendt, and it includes other important topics which are encompased by the discourse about this term. Some topics are approached from the perspective of christianity and there is an attempt to give a theological outlook with the end of deepening and clarification. The first part of the paper goes no further but to generally present the term vita activa by which Hannah Arrendt designates the three fundamental human activities: labor, work and action. Here are presented the fundamental determinants and distinctions of her thought on this. The second part of this paper more closely presents every activity separately, directing at their most important characteristics which are recognized in them by our said author, and at their dynamic relations or obscurations in which those three activities found themselves over the course of history. The third part of the paper, in its first chapter, presents Hannah Arendt's view of the modern age and the most significant events of that period in the context of revolutions of the hierarchy of activities of vita activa. The second chapter of the third part presents a critical view of four selected topics which are connected to vita activa. By this it is endeavored from afar to make closer christian talk to Hannah Arendt's talk, but also, with certain disagreements, to deepen and clarify her thoughts on man and his activities.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)vita activa Hannah Arendt uvjeti djelatnosti kršćanstvo
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:120:131131
CommitterAnkica Landeka