Arendt


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Arendt

Hannah. 1906--75, US political philosopher, born in Germany. Her publications include The Origins of Totalitarianism (1951) and Eichmann in Jerusalem (1961)
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Frente a las interpretaciones que sostienen que el pensamiento arendtiano se encuentra atravesado por una dicotomia irreductible entre actor y espectador--entre pensamiento y accion, entre filosofia y politica--(Beiner, 1987 y 2003; Wellmer, 2000; Bernstein, 1991 y 2001), Di Pego afirma que si bien Arendt desarrolla una critica radical hacia la filosofia y su tradicion de pensamiento, en sus ultimos escritos retorna nuevamente a ella planteando un estrecho vinculo con la politica.
Hannah Arendt se comprometio en la lucha en contra de los totalitarismos y la corrupcion de las democracias modernas.
As I will try to show in this article, this accusation is justified in fact, it leads Arendt to some alarming conclusions--but it is also not, because of the kind of analysis that it enables Arendt to perform: an analysis of the dynamics of dehumanisation.
A mid-century German Jew, Arendt railed against totalitarianism, having been imprisoned by the Gestapo; she eventually settled in the U.
Adding to this work, I will first explain how Arendt defines thinking.
Es asi que el autor nos conmina a acompanarlo para re-pensar a Schmitt, Benjamin, Arendt, Fanon y Assman (este ultimo es el mas alejado de nuestra cultura filosofica, pero igualmente interesante).
The understanding of economy as a concept of time gives rise to an understanding of history that differs from its modern understanding, as described by Arendt in her article, "The Concept of History : Ancient and Modern.
Months later, Arendt closed a long, agonizing chapter of her life and became a naturalized citizen of the United States, a pariah no more.
According to him, the fact that Ernst Cassirer and Hannah Arendt have in common their elevation and revival of history and, in the end, especially the Enlightenment, endorses a politics that is in keeping with the German Jewish philosophical tradition.
While we cannot fully subscribe to the political elitism that Arendt proposes, we have to admit the truth in what she says.
Arendt englobo los tres tipos (appetitus, cupiditas y caritas) en un concepto paulino del amor, con lo que demostro considerar a Agustin mas cerca del santo de Tarso que de Platon.