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A look at the life of philosopher and political theorist Hannah Arendt, who reported for The New Yorker on the war crimes trial of the Nazi Adolf Eichmann.
When the team of agents arrives in Buenos Aires, historical buildings are shown reflected on the modern mirrored glass façade of a skyscraper, an architecture which was not yet available at that time (the sixties).
The whole world is trying to prove that I'm wrong. And no one sees my real mistake. Evil cannot be both ordinary and radical. Evil is always extreme. Never radical. Good is always deep and radical.
Heinrich Blücher: Would you have covered the trial if you knew what ...
Arendt's article "Eichmann in Jerusalem" was published in five installments in the New Yorker. As Hans Jonas and others read the most infamous passages from "Eichmann in Jerusalem," they are holding the issue of the New Yorker that contained the first installment (February 16, 1963). However, the offending sections appeared in later installments, particularly no. 3 (March 2, 1963).
German, English, French, Hebrew, Latin
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