Hannah Arendt was among the most eminent twentieth-century political theorists. Born in Germany in 1906, she came of age during the darkest of “dark times.” Although born into a supposedly assimilated or “Germanized” and unobservant Jewish family, she felt the sting of anti-Semitism early on. She...
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