Lucy Tatman’s ‘Tikkun Olam through Forgiveness and Promise: Renewing the World in the thought of Hannah Arendt’ is perhaps most relevant to our current discussion.
Anyway, the point of my interest in this is not to sell ‘Hannah Arendt’ as the solution to all the world’s problems. The important thing is the retelling of the problem we face: it is not necessarily about ideology (whether secular v. religious, or left v. right, tradition v. science, phallogocentrism v. funky French hermeneutics, etc.). That is, it’s not a problem of technique (so that if we could just find -- and enforce -- the ‘right’ one, that would be that! All problems solved! Yay!) A thinker like Arendt forces one to consider how limiting our modern fetish with technique can be.