This week’s 8-Bit Philosophy takes Hannah Arendt’s writing in “Eichmann and Jerusalem,” where the theorist discusses the war crime trials against Adolf Eichmann.
Today is Hannah Arendt’s birthday, and Google has modified their homepage in select countries to celebrate the occasion.
In 1959, Princeton University hosted Fidel Castro, the prime minister of the newly formed Cuban government, for a conference entitled “The United States and the Revolutionary Spirit.”
In this video, new wave French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard narrates an excerpt from Hannah Arendt’ essay “On the Nature of Totalitarianism: An Essay in Understanding.”
Spectra, a student-led open-access journal, is now accepting submissions for their forthcoming special issue on Hannah Arendt.
The 2012 drama is now available for home viewing.
The banality of the banality of evil.
“I’m afraid I have to protest. I don’t belong to the circle of philosophers,” she argues. “My profession, if one can speak of it all, is political theory
It turns out Arendt didn”t think what everyone thinks she thought.
A relatively unknown Giorgio Agamben writes to Hannah Arendt.