Arendt


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United States historian and political philosopher (born in Germany) (1906-1975)

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Arendt saw Eichmann as a man who refused to think, who had sunk into a semi-robotic mode of existence, obeying orders without question, doing his duty as a good subject of the state, signing over his conscience to the cause he was serving.
For Arendt the horizon of meaning emerges from the reality of the world that men cherish as common in shared speech and practices.
Arendt considered Eichmann ''thoughtless,'' partly because, with a parochialism to which some intellectuals are prone, she could not accept the existence of a coherent and motivating ideological framework that rejected, root and branch, the universality of reason, and hence of human dignity.
For Arendt the nature of totalitarianism is the starting point for chastened political thought.
The biographical film looks at Hannah Arendt, a philosopher and political theorist who reported for The New Yorker on the war crimes trial of the Nazi Adolf Eichmann.
Arendt will assume a global product management responsibility for Household and Baby care, working closely with the sales, product management and product development in Convenience business area.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- GamesRadar+, Future's global entertainment brand, welcomed the addition of Ludwig Kietzmann and Susan Arendt to the US editorial team.
Arendt didn't say 'normal' is the same as innocent.
Arendt monitored the trial and recorded her impressions.
We look for birds sitting in the tops of these trees," said Arendt, his binoculars aimed to the northwest.
com)-- Jackie Arendt, a graduate from the North Royalton class of 1982, has announced that she will be running for a 4-year appointment on the North Royalton School Board.
HANNAH ARENDT (12A) BARBARA Sukowa delivers a strong central performance as the German-Jewish philosopher in Margarethe von Trotta's biopic.
By juxtaposing Arendt's texts with texts on education for sustainability, the following inquiry based questions arise: In what ways does the work of Arendt inform issues of multicultural education and sustainability?
Hannah Arendt, by then a well-known political philosopher, accepted a posting from the New Yorker magazine to cover the trial.
MARGARETHE VON TROTTA'S new film about the secular Jewish German thinker Hannah Arendt is not your standard biopic.