Hannah Arendt Reading Group

Hannah Arendt Reading Group

The Hannah Arendt Working Group is a free and open reading group open to all members of the public, dedicated to live reading of the works of Arendt, one of the foremost thinkers of the 20th century. Led by writer, teacher, editor, and activist Fred Dewey, it's purpose is to explore Arendt's unique focus and method. A German Jew who lived in Berlin before fleeing to Paris, Marseilles, and then the US, Arendt dedicated her life to matters of freedom and public happiness, language, the capacity to act, to think, and to judge, the meaning of basic rights, revolution, culture, and the republic, and how these collide with the unprecedented in contemporary politics, history, in total domination and the presence of the banality of evil, and in the power to begin again and to secure a space of appearance.

Happening on Saturady 07.03, 14.03 and 21.03 from 12.00h until 15.00h.

Sat, 21 Feb, 12.00h
21 Feb 20152 May 2015

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