Hannah Arendt

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Noun1.Hannah Arendt - United States historian and political philosopher (born in Germany) (1906-1975)
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According to Hannah Arendt in Eichmann in Jerusalem, some of the techniques developed in this war of extermination against what Hitler called "useless eaters" were later used during the Final Solution.
The primary purpose of this work is to introduce the writings of German-American political theorist Hannah Arendt (1906-1975) to unfamiliar readers.
Hannah Arendt is seldom understood as an existentialist.
00--If Hannah Arendt has not already achieved recognition as a major thinker in this century, this book will help to bring it about.
s central themes is reflection on the banality of evil, a theme associated with Hannah Arendt, who was long a student of Augustine.
She draws on Hannah Arendt in distinguishing intellectual from manual labor, focusing on middle-class occupations as a result.
The conversation with Hannah Arendt took place at Heathrow Airport on May 19, 1973 where Dr.
Thus," wrote Hannah Arendt, in the case of a German and Jew under the conditions of the Third Reich it would scarcely have been a sign of humanness for the friends to have said: Are we not both human beings?
They cover the evidence of equality and the practice of writing, movies as the great democratic art form of the modern world, Godard and Ranciere, the names in his new historical poetics, the Hegelian background to his aesthetic revolution, The Ignorant Schoolmaster and contemporary work on pedagogy, anarchism, his utopian politics, Hannah Arendt and the philosophical repression of politics, his many interpretations of Marx, work, and identity and subject.
Contributors to this volume address the impact of exile over time--on the lives and intellectual work of the exiles, including Walter Benjamin, Hannah Arendt, Ernst Bloch, Bertolt Brecht, and others.
Nineteen contributions address communication in connection with the works of Hannah Arendt, Seyla Benhabib, Richard Bernstein, Robert Brandom, Martin Buber, Gilles Deleuze, Daniel C.
Among the voices are Kant, Tolstoy, Einstein, William James, Martin Luther King, Gandhi, Hannah Arendt, Elise Boulding, April Carter, Betty Reardon, and Noam Chomsky.