Hannah Arendt (1906 - 1975)

Colleague of Jaspers, student and extramarital obsession of Heidegger, Conference on Jewish Relations' research director, Jewish Cultural Reconstruction's executive director, philosopher, and esteemed writer on human conflict, evil, and modernity's worship of work over mind, continues to shine wisdom into the world's darkness.


"Hannah Arendt, 100 Years Later" - The Forward 2006


"Hannah Arendt: Prophet For Our Time" - James M. Campbell




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List of Works



The Origins of Totalitarianism


The Human Condition


Rahel Varnhagen: The Life of a Jewess


Between Past and Future


On Revolution


Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil


Men in Dark Times


On Violence


Crises of the Republic













(not a complete list)






"It would be a serious error to assume that the leaders of the pan-movements were reactionaries or 'counter-revolutionaries'...[T]hey never made the mistake of siding with capitalist exploitation and most of them had belonged, and quite a few continued to belong, to liberal, progressive parties."






"[M]en determined to commit crimes will find it expedient to organize them on the vastest, most improbable scale."

























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