On Violence

by Hannah Arendt
Germany
14 Oct 1906 // 4 Dec 1975
Political Theorist



When Nobody is Held Responsible (1)

These definitions coincide with the terms which, since Greek antiquity, have been used to define the forms of government as the rule of man over man—of one or the few in monarchy and oligarchy, of th...


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On Violence

Hannah Arendt

 

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