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 (âr′ənt, är′-), Hannah 1906-1975.
German-born American historian and political theorist whose major published works include The Origins of Totalitarianism (1951) and On Revolution (1963).

Arendt

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(Biography) Hannah. 1906–75, US political philosopher, born in Germany. Her publications include The Origins of Totalitarianism (1951) and Eichmann in Jerusalem (1961)
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The lives of Hannah Arendt and Gershom Scholem were variations on the same fate.
La relacion entre la filosofia y la politica recorre transversalmente toda la obra de Hannah Arendt.
Arendt cree que la politica es el imperio de la opinion y no de la verdad.
Arendt may strike the reader as a curious choice for a discussion of matter: not only has she been conspicuously absent from geographical discussions of materiality (and even space) but also she is known as a strong critic of materialism and science.
Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt is a film that strains against sentimentality--a quality of character that the political theorist herself criticized.
In 1961, German-born philosopher Hannah Arendt attended the trial of Nazi Henchman Adolph Eichmann.
Para comprender la pluralidad en Arendt, exige ponerla en el contexto de la emergencia del mundo moderno y en la vita activa, expresion con la que Arendt designa lo que para ella son las tres actividades fundamentales de la vida del hombre en la tierra: labor, trabajo y accion.
Tal vez sea la complejidad del tema lo que hace de la violencia una cuestion tan atrac tiva para filosofos de todos los tiempos, siendo el presente, de manera indudable, la etapa mas propicia para volver a revisar algunas de las destacadas aportaciones de la llamada filosofi a contemporanea: Walter Benjamin, Hannah Arendt, Frantz Fanon, entre otros.
In The Human Condition, Arendt argues that "the emergence of the social realm, which is neither public nor private, strictly speaking, is a relatively new phenomenon whose origin coincides with the emergence of the modern age," (1) and that the emergence of society,
Hannah Arendt was on her way to lunch with her mother Martha when a Berlin policeman arrested her and took her to the presidium at Alexanderplatz.
Beginning with Moses Mendelssohn (chapter one) and ending with Hannah Arendt, he lays out "the emergence of a liberal Jewish ethos" (6) as he travels through common stops along the way: Wissenschaft des Judentums, Leopold Zunz, Heinrich Heine, and Heinrich Graetz (chapter two), Abraham Geiger (chapter three), and Hermann Cohen (chapter four).
According to Matt Hahn, Arendt thinks that the emphasis on poverty eliminates the primacy of freedom for politics.