Who is Arendt?

  • (noun): United States historian and political philosopher (born in Germany) (1906-1975).
    Synonyms: Hannah Arendt

Some articles on arendt:

Adolf Eichmann - Analysis
... Political theorist Hannah Arendt, a Jew who fled Germany after Hitler's rise to power, reported on Eichmann's trial for The New Yorker ... In Eichmann in Jerusalem, a book formed by this reporting, Arendt details the conclusion of several Israeli psychiatrists that Eichmann was "normal." She called him the embodiment of the "banality of evil", as he ... Stanley Milgram interpreted Arendt's work as stating that even the most ordinary of people can commit horrendous crimes if placed in certain situations and given certain ...
Nicole Arendt
... Arendt (born August 26, 1969) is an American professional tennis player ... Arendt won sixteen doubles titles in her career ... Arendt reached her career-high doubles ranking of third in the world on August 25, 1997 ...
Arendt De Roy
... Arendt de Roy or Arendt van Roy (died May 24, 1589) was a Dutch architect ... Persondata Name Roy, Arendt de Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death May 24, 1589 Place of death ...
St.augustine - Influence
... Hannah Arendt began her philosophical writing with a dissertation on Augustine's concept of love, Der Liebesbegriff bei Augustin (1929) "The young ... Arendt.. ... Hannah Arendt, an influential 20th century political theorist, wrote her doctoral dissertation in philosophy on St ...
Margarethe Von Trotta - Career - HANNAH ARENDT
... Hannah Arendt (2012) portrays an important segment in the true life of the German-Jewish academic, Hannah Arendt ... In an interview with Thilo Wydra, von Trotta is asked if Arendt is similar to the women she has portrayed in past films ... Von Trotta says, “Hannah Arendt is a woman who fits into my personal mold of historically important women that I have portrayed in my films ...

Famous quotes containing the word arendt:

    What really distinguishes this generation in all countries from earlier generations ... is its determination to act, its joy in action, the assurance of being able to change things by one’s own efforts.
    —Hannah Arendt (1906–1975)

    What will happen once the authentic mass man takes over, we do not know yet, although it may be a fair guess that he will have more in common with the meticulous, calculated correctness of Himmler than with the hysterical fanaticism of Hitler, will more resemble the stubborn dullness of Molotov than the sensual vindictive cruelty of Stalin.
    —Hannah Arendt (1906–1975)

    Love, by its very nature, is unworldly, and it is for this reason rather than its rarity that it is not only apolitical but antipolitical, perhaps the most powerful of all antipolitical human forces.
    —Hannah Arendt (1906–1975)