Responsibility and Governance Standing up to the Test of Poverty, with Hannah Arendt and Joseph Wresinski – Louis Join-Lambert

Rethinking Accountability

Louis Join-Lambert approaches two ideas: the thinking and action of Joseph Wresinski: “… make the poorest the center and motor of every action… and value the existence of the families, their suffering without respite, in the world around them.” and the original thinking of Hannah Arendt on action, freedom, and history as inspired by her long research on the study of totalitarianism. Hannah Arendt sought out the confusions which led to the loss of the conditions necessary for a world livable for us all. She develops an anthropology which illuminates the thinking of Joseph Wresinski.


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