Monday, April 7 at 4:30 PM
Hannah Arendt: The Life of a Jewish Immigrant in
by David Pickus (
Hannah Arendt (1906-75) was one of the most important and original philosophers in modern American history. She deeply influenced the way we think about politics, freedom and the idea of totalitarianism. But how did she become who she was? This lecture explores hr life and career. It places special emphasis on hr experience as German-Jew and how this affected her perception of
Everyone is welcome.
David Pickus, a guest professor at the Philosophical Faculty, is spending the year in