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LOPEZ MERINO, María José. Terror, Labor and Consumption: the society of superfluous beings as H. Arendt. Rev. filos. [online]. 2015, vol.71, pp.93-112. ISSN 0718-4360.

In the thought of H. Arendt, totalitarianism readings on The Origins of Totalitarianism, can be read in parallel to his lectures on mass society, the labor and consumption in The Human Condition. We are interested in this paper show that it is convergent readings, which are linked to the evolution of the author and thought to retain some common issues notes as concern for the isolation, loneliness, rootlessness and the project of making human beings superfluous.

Keywords : Terror; Totalitarianism; Concentration Camps; Labor; Social; mass society; consumption; superfluous beings.

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