Definition of Arendt, Hannah in English:

Arendt, Hannah

Syllabification: Ar·endt, Hannah
Pronunciation: /ˈärənt
 
/
( 1906–75), US philosopher and political theorist; born in Germany. A student of Martin Heidegger, she established her reputation as a political thinker with one of the first works to propose that Nazism and Stalinism had common roots. Notable works: The Origins of Totalitarianism (1951), Eichmann in Jerusalem (1963), and On Violence (1970).

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