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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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Hannah Arendt and Martin Heidegger: History of a Love.
La identidad individual en Hannah Arendt, Tirant Humanidades, Valencia, 2017, 391 pp.
Discussions of Jewish-German thinker, writer, and teacher Arendt's (1906-75) ethics usually pivot on her political thought, especially after she fled Nazi Germany for the US, says Mahony, but there are many more dimensions to explore.
La aparicion de Los origenes del totalitarismo en 1951 marca un momento decisivo en la vida teorica de Hannah Arendt. La obra, preparada en la segunda mitad de la decada de 1940, en estrecha colaboracion con su esposo Heinrich Blucher, pronto consigue significativas resenas de autores como David Riesman y George Lichtheim, ya en 1951; Philip Rieff y Waldemar Gurian, en 1952; y Raymond Aron y Erick Voegelin, en 1953.
En el trato que Arendt mantuvo con las obras de Homero, Lessing, Kafka, Proust, Brecht, Broch e Isak Dinesen, entre otros, vienen bien tratados temas todavia relevantes para hacer reflexionar sobre el poder del discurso, la poesia y la narracion.
The lives of Hannah Arendt and Gershom Scholem were variations on the same fate.
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).
Moral conduct constitution in Hannah Arendt's philosophy: the witness of thought and the world of appearances