International Journal of

Arts , Humanities & Social Science

ISSN 2693-2547 (Print) , ISSN 2693-2555 (Online)
Hannah for Heidegger, Natural rights analysis of love context

Abstract

 

It is highly asserted that Hannah Arendt as a female philosopher could discover the true description of right to love which had been considered as the most effective. She passionately in her youth followed the ideas of some great genius such as Immanuel Kant, Soren Kiergaard, Karl Jaspers and so on. Hannah participated mostly in Martin Heidegger 's innovative seminars held on Greek philosophy in Marburg university and then through his brilliant thoughts, Hannah was influenced by his professors as unconscious spice of a true love of hers, however, gradually she was becoming far away from idealistic philosophy of the classical world and got closer and closer to the transitional age of emotion and philosophy from modernity to postmodernism. This article presented with the focus on logical and philosophical opinions and thoughts of Hannah has depicted how it is understandable to find out the real discovery of a natural rights on the basis of classical philosophy throughout the personal life of a philosopher. For Hannah the hypothesis of a pilgrim philosophy was an excursion on the path of love as a balanced and elevated power on natural rights.