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Salon Project - The Great Thinkers: Arendt

Emma Goldman, John Paul Sartre, Machiavelli, John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, Milton Friedman

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Hannah Arendt on YouTube

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On Violence

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Also helpful is this essay "Reflections on Violence" (1969)

(from Salon Project description by Steve Retz)

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Interview: Hannah Arendt 1 of 2

Library of Congress

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Hannah Arendt

1906-1975

"In the pursuit of justice and closure in the aftermath of the Holocaust, many presumed it would come in the form of Adolf Eichmann's trial. But Hannah Arendt, a Jewish writer who had fled Germany prior to Hitler's ascent to power, would engage not only the Jewish people, but humanity in general in her assessment of the how any individual could be transformed into a perpetrator."

from the website: Perpetrators

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YouTube

There are many clips of Hannah Arendt on YouTube however many are in French or Spanish.

Dramatic Film: Hannah Arendt Biography with subtitles

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