Hannah Arendt: The Jewish Question

Botstein, Leon
October 1978
New Republic;10/21/78, Vol. 179 Issue 17, p32
Provides some insights into the life and works of Jewish historian-philosopher, Hannah Arendt. Achievements and contributions to Jewish politics; Popularity of her works including "The Human Condition" and "The Jew as Pariah"; Emphasis on Arendt's interpretation of the meaning and consequence of her Jewish identity in the presence of Nazism in her published works.


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