On Revolution by Hannah ArendtOn Revolution by Hannah Arendt

On Revolution

byHannah ArendtIntroduction byJonathan Schell

Paperback | September 26, 2006

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A unique and fascinating look at violent political change by one of the most profound thinkers of the twentieth century and the author of Eichmann in Jerusalem and The Origins of Totalitarianism
 
Hannah Arendt’s penetrating observations on the modern world, based on a profound knowledge of the past, have been fundamental to our understanding of our political landscape. On Revolution is her classic exploration of a phenomenon that has reshaped the globe. From the eighteenth-century rebellions in America and France to the explosive changes of the twentieth century, Arendt traces the changing face of revolution and its relationship to war while underscoring the crucial role such events will play in the future. Illuminating and prescient, this timeless work will fascinate anyone who seeks to decipher the forces that shape our tumultuous age.
Hannah Arendt (1906–1975) was University Professor of political philosophy in the graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research, a visiting professor at several universities including California, Princeton, Columbia, and Chicago, a research director of the Conference on Jewish Relations, the chief editor of Schocken Books, and...
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Title:On RevolutionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 7.72 × 5.09 × 0.63 inPublished:September 26, 2006Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0143039903

ISBN - 13:9780143039907

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“Arendt’s admirers will welcome her excursion into the relatively neglected field of comparative revolution. She is never dull, enormously erudite, always imaginative, original and full of insights.” The Sunday Times (London)