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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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An ideology is an idea that has been elevated into a truth, Truth with a capital T, or, as Arendt maintained, the logic of an idea expressed in its most extreme and intolerant form.
To begin with, for Arendt, the teleological idea of history by definition eliminates what is fundamental and distinctive of politics altogether, since to speak of politics without action is to dismiss what is at stake in politics.
It was odd for Arendt to suppose that the pride Eichmann took in his deportations -- especially of the more than 430,000 Hungarian Jews when the war was already lost and even Heinrich Himmler, hoping for leniency, was urging it for the Jews -- was merely pride in managerial virtuosity.
Arendt seeks to redirect political thought to the public sphere as a place of nobility, freedom, and cooperative self-transcendence.
While at the trial Arendt expects to be confronted by a monster but, instead, she is faced with a banal bureaucrat who simply buried his conscience through his obedience to the Nazi Regime and its ideology.
Susan Arendt, former Managing Editor at Joystiq, was also formerly the Editor-in-Chief of The Escapist.
Arendt made it clear that great acts of tyranny may be the result of simple traits, the worst of which, she argued, was "careerism.
Arendt trained his telescope on the bird, which sat there long enough for all to take a gander through the telescope and see the majestic animal, with its gull-like colors and falcon-like shape, mostly white with black wing tips and shoulders.
We deserve hard working, passionate people who know how to analyze needs while being fiscally responsible,” said Arendt.
The film focuses on the 1961 trial of a former Nazi, Adolf Eichmann, which Arendt covered for the distinguished magazine The New Yorker under the aegis of editor William Shawn (Nicholas Woodeson).
I utilize Arendt's work because she offers relevant insights about humans, the world, and multicultural education; reading Arendt against scholars of sustainability education (Bednar, 2003, 2004, 2006; Cassell & Nelson, 2010; Martusewicz, Edmundsun, & Lupinacci, 2011; Orr, 2004; Stone & Barlow, 2005;) demonstrates the manner in which sustainability education can co-exist with critical pedagogy within the framework of systems thinking.
Arendt observed that the capture of Eichmann, who had been hiding in somewhat plain view in Argentina, and his indictment for trial in Jerusalem, were both accomplished to effect the telling of that story on a world stage.