In this week's Amor Mundi, we reflect on how solitude can provide our inner voices with room to flourish, and much more!
Posted on 16 March 2015 | 11:30 am
This “Quote of the week was originally published on December 19, 2011. “Conceptually, we may call truth what we cannot change; metaphorically, it is the ground on which we stand and the sky that stretches above us.” — Hannah Arendt, “Truth and Politics” I spent December 2 in Greencastle, Indiana, talking about politics, political theory,…Read more On Facts (for Elisabeth Young-Bruehl)
Posted on 14 October 2013 | 11:40 am
People blame [übel nehmen] me for one thing—and I can understand that to some extent, outwardly—namely that I can still laugh [about it], right? And I was really of the opinion that Eichmann was a clown [ein Hanswurst], and I tell you, I read this police interrogation, 3600 pages, very carefully, and I don’t know…Read more Irony as an Antidote to Thoughtlessness
Posted on 7 October 2013 | 1:30 pm
Thanks to Stephen Trombley for sending this image along.
Posted on 2 May 2013 | 10:12 am
“German Jewry, like Western European Jewry in general, never understood that the simple person is the true center of politics in all democratically governed countries. And this is also the reason why German Jews often do not understand the just national aspirations of the Jewish people [folk]. Most do not know at all what a…Read more Hannah Arendt and Yiddish
Posted on 18 February 2013 | 11:57 am