Hannah Arendt

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Mar 19th, 2013
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Stripping those born here of their citizenship by arbitrary acts of government has alarming historical overtones and raises serious questions about the British state. Why have such acts increased so rapidly under the Coalition? A recent investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism for The ...
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Jul 5th, 2012
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Sokari Ekine SOUTH AFRICA: EMANCIPATORY VISION, NOT LEGISLATION Over the past three weeks at least seven LGBTIQ people have been murdered in South Africa, in Cape Town, in Kuruman in the Northern Province, in Soweto and in Limpopo. Yet the government, religious leaders, community leaders outside the ...
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Feb 8th, 2012
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Why Ethiopians failed to bring about the peoples’ government sooner than later? by Teshome Debalke The political, economic, and social crises have been upon us for decades. Every change the people wished for turned inWhy Ethiopians failed to bring about the peoples’ government sooner than later? to n...
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Jan 16th, 2012
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This article is reprinted from City Journal. In last year’s extensive commentary marking the 50th anniversary of the Eichmann trial, one name—Hannah Arendt​—was mentioned nearly as often as that of the trial’s notorious defendant. It’s hard to think of another major twentieth-century event so closely...