Hannah Arendt


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Noun1.Hannah Arendt - United States historian and political philosopher (born in Germany) (1906-1975)
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The lives of Hannah Arendt and Gershom Scholem were variations on the same fate.
Drawing on the ideas of Foucault, Luk<AEa>cs, and Hannah Arendt, this work develops a theory of sociotechnical rationality, based on constructivist methodology, and analyzes examples, especially contemporary debates about the Internet.
Hannah Arendt se comprometio en la lucha en contra de los totalitarismos y la corrupcion de las democracias modernas.
To tackle this question, I intend turn to a bit of an unusual place: the work of Hannah Arendt.
Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt is a film that strains against sentimentality--a quality of character that the political theorist herself criticized.
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).
En el pensamiento de Hannah Arendt (1906-1975), el amor es un concepto equivoco.
In 15 chapters the various authors present a lively and fascinating picture of the value and relevance of well-known political and ethical thinkers, among whom are Plato, Aristotle, Niccolo Machiavelli, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, Jean Jacques Rousseau, John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx and Hannah Arendt.
Tomorrow at 9pm you can catch the 2011 Biography/Drama Hannah Arendt -- Her thinking changed the world.
Hannah Arendt, The Last, Interview and Other Conversations, New York and London, Melville House 2013, 136pp; $15.
1) Se centra en la vida de la filosofa politica Hannah Arendt, una pensadora independiente que piensa sin apoyos y protagoniza pensar sin nada a lo que agarrarse (Denken ohne Gelander).