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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).
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Arendt

(ˈɛərənt)
n
(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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En sus manuscritos sobre Marx, correspondientes al periodo del proyecto inconcluso "Los elementos totalitarios del marxismo" (1952), (1) Arendt sostiene que el tratamiento marxiano de la violencia queda atrapado en una contradiccion basica que puede ser enunciada de la siguiente manera: "se necesita de la violencia para abolir la violencia" (Arendt 2007, 32).