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8 augusti 2008
 
 
Sociologisk forskning nr 3 2008
 
1945: A New Order of Centuries? Hannah Arendt and Hermann Broch's " The Death of Virgil"
 
In On Revolution (1963) Hannah Arendt heads one of her chapters with the three Latin words inscribed on the Great Seal of the United States of America: novus ordo seclorum, modified from magnus ab integro saeclorum nascitur ordo in line 5 of Virgil's fourth Eclogue.1 The men of the American revolution, Arendt famously argued, succeeded in founding the political community in a sovereign act of inaugural legislation that instituted a "new order of the centuries" between the "no-longer" of old European political and religious precedent and the "not-yet" of salvation on earth for all.
 
 
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