The author of Eichmann in Jerusalem considers the state of modern humanity in this classic work in political and social theory.The author of Eichmann in Jerusalem considers the state of modern humanity in this classic work in political and social theory.Read Less
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This is an excellent book for any avid reader, but anyone with a bent for philosophy will especially enjoy it. Professor Arendt writes about our current cultural condition with a knowledge of where we came from. This is a fantastic analysis of the philosophy of our times.
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