Hannah Arendt quotes

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Poets ... are the only people to whom love is not only a crucial, but an indispensable experience, which entitles them to mistake ...
Action without a name, a "who" attached to it, is meaningless.
In contrast to revenge, which is the natural, automatic reaction to transgression and which, because of the irreversibility of the ...
Our tradition of political thought had its definite beginning in the teachings of Plato and Aristotle. I believe it came to a no l ...
Immortality is what nature possesses without effort and without anybody's assistance, and immortality is what the mortals must the ...
Culture relates to objects and is a phenomenon of the world; entertainment relates to people and is a phenomenon of life.
... we may remember what the Romans ... thought a cultivated person ought to be: one who knows how to choose his company among men ...
... the word "education" has an evil sound in politics; there is a pretense of education,
when the real purpose is coercion w
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... the loss of belief in future states is politically, though certainly not spiritually, the most significant distinction between ...
Education is the point at which we decide whether we love our children enough not to expel them from our world and leave them to t ...
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