Summary

This chapter has presented:

  • • Arendt’s view on dignity, in terms of living plurality and wordly durability, and further, human activities corresponding to existential conditions and different aspects of dignity.
  • • Organizing as conditioning human dignity to appear and actualize.
  • • Arendt’s reception in the field of management and organization, which has focused on the dignity of human action.
  • • Suggestions for aspects of dignity in organizing from the view of Arendtian worldliness.

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