A Bibliography of Literature on Hannah Arendt Since 1975

This bibliography is a work-in-progress. My aim is to create a comprehensive list of the English secondary literature on Hannah Arendt since her death on December 4, 1975. The list includes published works on Arendt, but it does not include unpublished theses or dissertations. Sources are included in the bibliography if they are exclusively devoted to an exposition of Arendt or if they contain a substantive engagement with her work (I have excluded articles that merely mention Arendt or reference her in footnotes). I am building the bibliography in chronological order, and when a given year is complete, I indicate this with an asterisk (*) next to the year. If you are aware of any literature that is missing from a completed year, please email me the complete entry. Once I verify the source, I will add it to the bibliography.

1975*

  • Bird, David. “Hannah Arendt, Political Scientist Dead.” The New York Times, December 6, 1975.
  • Hart, Francis R. “The Spaces of Privacy: Jane Austen.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction Volume 30, Number 3 (December 1975): 305-333.

1976*

  • Ball, Milner S. “Authority and American Courts.” Rutgers-Camden Law Journal Volume 8 (1976): 563-594.
  • Baron, Salo. “Hannah Arendt: 1906-1975.” Jewish Social Studies, Volume 38, Number. 2 (Spring, 1976): 187-189.
  • Beatty, Joseph. “Thinking and moral considerations: Socrates and Arendt’s Eichmann.”  The Journal of Value Inquiry, Volume 10 (December, 1976): 266–278.
  • Clark, Ernest. “Revolutionary ritual: A Comparative Analysis of Thought Reform and the Show Trial.” Studies in Comparative Communism Volume 9, Number 3 (1976): 226-243.
  • Cooper, Leroy. “Hannah Arendt’s Political Philosophy: An Interpretation.” The Review of Politics, Volume 38, Number 2 (April, 1976): 145-176.
  • Cranston, Maurice. “Hannah Arendt.” Encounter, Volume 46, Number 3 (1976): 54-56.
  • Jonas, Hans. “Hannah Arendt.” Partisan Review, Volume 43, Number 1 (1976): 13. Words Spoken at the funeral service for Hannah Arendt at the Riverside Memorial Chapel in New York City on Monday, December 8, 1975.
  • Jonas, Hans. “Hannah Arendt: 1906-1975.” Social Research, Volume 43, Number 1, Interaction Between European and American Social Science (Spring 1976): 3-5.
  • Jung, Hwa Yol. “Embodiment and political action.” The Philosophy Forum, Volume 14, Number 4, (1976): 367-388.
  • Kaufman, Martin. “A Critique of Hannah Arendt’s Thesis on Totalitarianism and Modern Antisemitism.” Gesher Volume 5 (1976): 60-74.
  • Kitchen, Martin. Fascism. London: MacMillan Publishers, 1976.
  • Krieger, Leonard. “The Historical Hannah Arendt.” The Journal of Modern History, Volume 48, Number 4 (December, 1976): 672-684.
  • Laqueur, Walter. “Fascism–The Second Coming.” Commentary Volume 61, Number 2 (1976): 61-62.
  • Lowell, Robert. “On Hannah Arendt.” The New York Review of Books, May 13, 1976.
  • Lyons, Dan. “Action, Excellence, and Achievement.” Inquiry Volume 19, Number 1-4 (1976): 277-297.
  • Margolis, Joseph. “The Problem of Revolution.” Philosophy in Context Volume 5 (1976): 28-41.
  • Mojares, Resil B. “Aspects of Sentimentality in Philippine Vernacular Fiction.” Philippine Quarterly of Culture and Society Volume 4, Number 4 (1976): 243-249.
  • Morganthau, Hans. “Hannah Arendt: 1906-1975.” Political Theory, Volume 4, Number 1 (February, 1976): 5-8.
  • Muelder, Walter G. “Critical Reflections On’Violence, Non-Violence And The Struggle For Justice.” In Selected Papers from the Annual Meeting (American Society of Christian Ethics). Edited by Max L. Stackhouse, 1-16. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, 1976.
  • O’Meara, Patrick. “The Use of Full-Length Commercial Films in Political Science Undergraduate Education.” Teaching Political Science Volume 3, Number 2 (1976): 215-221.
  • Phillips, William. “Hannah Arendt and Lionel Trilling.” Partisan Review, Volume 43, Number 1 (1976): 9-11.
  • Pitkin, Hanna Fenichel. “III. Inhuman Conduct and Unpolitical Theory: Michael Oakeshott’s On Human Conduct.” Political Theory Volume 4, Number 3 (1976): 301-320.
  • Polkehn, Klaus. “The Secret Contacts: Zionism and Nazi Germany, 1933-1941.” Journal of Palestine Studies Volume 5, Number 3-4 (1976): 54-82.
  • Schorsch, Ismar. “On the History of the Political Judgment of the Jew.” The Leo Baeck Memorial Lecture. New York: Leo Baek Institute. 1976.
  • Singh, Gopal. “Politics and Violence.” Social Scientist, Volume 4, Number 11 (June, 1976): 58-66.
  • Sontheimer. Kurt. “Hannah Arendt: An Appreciation.” Political Studies, Volume XXIV, Number 2 (June, 1976): 192-194.
  • West, Thomas R. Nature, Community, & Will: A Study in Literary and Social Thought. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1976.
  • Wrong, Dennis H. “Competent Authority: Reality and Legitmating Model.” In The Uses of Controversy in Sociology. Edited by Simone Ferguson, et al, 262-272. New York: Free Press, 1976.
  • Baron, Salo. “Hannah Arendt: 1906-1975.” Jewish Social Studies, Volume 38, Number. 2 (Spring, 1976): 187-189.
  • Beatty, Joseph. “Thinking and moral considerations: Socrates and Arendt’s Eichmann.”  The Journal of Value Inquiry, Volume 10 (December, 1976): 266–278.
  • Bellah, Robert N. “To Kill and Survive or to Die and Become: The Active Life and the Contemplative Life as Ways of Being Adult.” Daedalus Volume 105, Number 2, Adulthood: (Spring 1976): 57-76.
  • Clark, Ernest. “Revolutionary ritual: A Comparative Analysis of Thought Reform and the Show Trial.” Studies in Comparative Communism Volume 9, Number 3 (1976): 226-243.
  • Cooper, Leroy. “Hannah Arendt’s Political Philosophy: An Interpretation.” The Review of Politics, Volume 38, Number 2 (April, 1976): 145-176.
  • Cranston, Maurice. “Hannah Arendt.” Encounter, Volume 46, Number 3 (1976): 54-56.
  • Jonas, Hans. “Hannah Arendt.” Partisan Review, Volume 43, Number 1 (1976): 13. Words Spoken at the funeral service for Hannah Arendt at the Riverside Memorial Chapel in New York City on Monday, December 8, 1975.
  • Jonas, Hans. “Hannah Arendt: 1906-1975.” Social Research, Volume 43, Number 1, Interaction Between European and American Social Science (Spring 1976): 3-5.
  • Jung, Hwa Yol. “Embodiment and political action.” The Philosophy Forum, Volume 14, Number 4, (1976): 367-388.
  • Kitchen, Martin. Fascism. London: MacMillan Publishers, 1976.
  • Krieger, Leonard. “The Historical Hannah Arendt.” The Journal of Modern History, Volume 48, Number 4 (December, 1976): 672-684.
  • Kriete, Charles F. The Changing Moral Dimension of Strategy. Carlisle Barracks: Army War College Strategic Studies Institute, 1976.
  • Laqueur, Walter. “Fascism–The Second Coming.” Commentary Volume 61, Number 2 (1976): 61-62.
  • Lowell, Robert. “On Hannah Arendt.” The New York Review of Books, May 13, 1976.
  • Margolis, Joseph. “The Problem of Revolution.” Philosophy in Context Volume 5 (1976): 28-41.
  • Mewes, Horst. “On the Concept of Politics in the Early Work of Karl Marx.” Social Research Volume 43, Number 2 (Summer 1976): 276-294.
  • Morganthau, Hans. “Hannah Arendt: 1906-1975.” Political Theory, Volume 4, Number 1 (February, 1976): 5-8.
  • O’Meara, Patrick. “The Use of Full-Length Commercial Films in Political Science Undergraduate Education.” Teaching Political Science Volume 3, Number 2 (1976): 215-221.
  • Parry, Geraint. “Trust, Distrust and Consensus.” British Journal of Political Science Volume 6, Number 2 (1976): 129-142.
  • Phillips, William. “Hannah Arendt and Lionel Trilling.” Partisan Review, Volume 43, Number 1 (1976): 9-11.
  • Polkehn, Klaus. “The Secret Contacts: Zionism and Nazi Germany, 1933-1941.” Journal of Palestine Studies Volume 5, Number 3-4 (1976): 54-82.
  • Schorsch, Ismar. “On the History of the Political Judgment of the Jew.” The Leo Baeck Memorial Lecture. New York: Leo Baek Institute. 1976.
  • Singh, Gopal. “Politics and Violence.” Social Scientist, Volume 4, Number 11 (June, 1976): 58-66.
  • Sontheimer. Kurt. “Hannah Arendt: An Appreciation.” Political Studies, Volume XXIV, Number 2 (June, 1976): 192-194.
  • West, Thomas R. Nature, Community, & Will: A Study in Literary and Social Thought. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1976.
  • Wrong, Dennis H. “Competent Authority: Reality and Legitmating Model.” In The Uses of Controversy in Sociology. Edited by Simone Ferguson, et al, 262-272. New York: Free Press, 1976.

1977*

  • Ahrens, Gary A. “Privacy and Property: Can They Remain after Juridical Personality is Lost.” Creighton Law Review Volume 1 (1977): 1077-1136.
  • Alexander, Edward. The Incredibility of the Holocaust. Proceedings of the World Congress of Jewish Studies, Volume 1: Holocaust Research (1977): 75-97.
  • Baker, C. Edwin. “Scope of the First Amendment Freedom of Speech.” UCLA Law Review Volume 25 (1977): 964-1040
  • Barnard, F. Mechner. “Infinity and Finality: Hannah Arendt on Politics and Truth.” Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory/Revue canadienne de theorie politique etsociale, Volume 1, Number 3 (Fall/Autumn, 1977): 29-57.
  • Bergesen, Albert James. “Political Witch Hunts: The Sacred and the Subversive in Cross-National Perspective.” American Sociological Review, Volume 42, Number 2 (1977): 220-233.
  • Bernstein, Richard. “Hannah Arendt: The Ambiguities of Theory and Practice.” In Theory and Practice: New Perspectives. Edited by Terrence Ball, 141-158. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1977.
  • Bookchin, Murray. “Toward a Vision of the Urban Future.” In The Rise of the Sunbelt Cities. Edited by David C. Perry and Alfred J. Watkins, 259–276. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1977.
  • Crick, Bernard. “On Rereading” The Origins of Totalitarianism”.” Social Research, Volume 44, Number 1 (Spring, 1977): 106-126.
  • Crick, Bernard. “Education and the Polity.” Higher Education Review Volume 9, Number 2 (1977): 7-22.
  • Dauenhauer, Bernard P. “Politics and Coercion.” Philosophy Today Volume 21, Number 2 (1977): 103-114.
  • Gilbert, Alan. “Violence and the State.” The Philosophical Review, Volume 86, Number 3 (July, 1977): 405-407.
  • Gray, J. Glenn. “The Winds of Thought.” Social Research, Volume 44, Number 1, Hannah Arendt (Spring 1977): 44-62.
  • Gray, J. Glenn. “The Sense of it All.” The College Volume XXIX, Number 2 (July 1977): 13-17.
  • Habermas, Jürgen. “Hannah Arendt’s Communications Concept of Power.” Social Research, Volume 44, Number 1, Hannah Arendt (Spring, 1977): 3-24.
  • Heller, Erich. “Hannah Arendt as a Critic of Literature.” Social Research, Volume 44, Number 1, Hannah Arendt (Spring 1977): 147-159.
  • Hicks, David C. “Moral Evil as Apparent Disvalue.” Religious Studies Volume 13, Number 1 (1977): 01-16.
  • Hutchins, Robert Maynard, and Mortimer Jerome Adler. Contemporary Ideas in Historical Perspective. New York: Arno Press, 1977.
  • Jonas, Hans. “Acting, Knowing, Thinking: Gleanings from Hannah Arendt’s Philosophical Work.” Social Research, Volume 44, Number 1, Hannah Arendt (Spring, 1977): 25-43.
  • Kateb, George. “Freedom and Worldliness in the Thought of Hannah Arendt.” Political Theory, Volume 5, Number 2 (May, 1977): 141-18.
  • Kelly, George Armstrong. “Politics, Violence, and Human Nature.” Nomos Volume 17 (1977): 111-141.
  • Kriete, Charles F. “The Moral Dimension of Strategy.” The US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters, Volume VII, Number 2 (1977): 65-76.
  • Lang, Berel. “Anti-Semitism-A Jewish Question.” Judaism Volume 26, Number 1 (1977): 68-72.
  • Lewis, Justine, and Albert Karbal. “On Sensitizing Youth to Moral Imperatives: The Holocaust as Case History.” Religious Education, Volume 72, Number 6 (1977): 657-663.
  • Marrus, Michael R. “European Jewry and the Politics of Assimilation: Assessment and Reassessment.” The Journal of Modern History Volume 49, Number 1 (1977): 89-109.
  • Moody, Peter R. Opposition and Dissent in Contemporary China. Stanford: Hoover Press, 1977.
  • Morganthau, Hans. “Hannah Arendt on Totalitarianism and Democracy.” Social Research, Volume 44, Number 1, Hannah Arendt (Spring, 1977): 127-131.
  • Nisbet, Robert. “Hannah Arendt and the American Revolution.” Social Research, Volume 44, Number 1, (Spring, 1977): 63-79.
  • O’Grady, Terence J. “High Culture and Music Education.” The Journal of Aesthetic Education, Volume 11, Number 1 (January, 1977): 109-111.
  • Phillips, William. “Hannah Arendt and Lionel Trilling.” Partisan Review 43 (Winter, 1976): 9–11.
  • Shklar, Judith. “Rethinking the Past.” Social Research, Volume 44, Number 1, Hannah Arendt (Spring, 1977): 80-90.
  • Salkever, Stephen G. “Freedom, participation, and happiness.” Political Theory Volume 5, Number 3 (1977): 391-414.
  • Stanley, John. “Equality of Opportunity as Philosophy and Ideology.” Political Theory, Volume 5, Number 1 (February, 1977): 61-74.
  • Sternberger, Dolf, and E.B. Ashton. “The Sunken City: Hannah Arendt’s Idea of Politics.” Social Research, Vol. 44, No. 1, Hannah Arendt (Spring, 1977): 132-146.
  • Stillman, Peter. “Freedom as Participation: The Revolutionary Theories of Hegel and Arendt.” The American Behavioral Scientist, Volume 20, Issue 4 (March/April, 1977): 477-493.
  • Topf, Mel A. “Hannah Arendt on Technology and Human Stature.” Newsletter of Lehigh University Humanities Perspectives on Technology Program Number 3 (December 1977): 11-13.
  • Vollrath, Ernst, and Hans Fantel. “Hannah Arendt and the Method of Political Thinking.” Social Research, Volume 44, Number 1, Hannah Arendt (Spring, 1977): 160-182.
  • Ward, John William. “The Revolution and the Meaning of the Humanities.” The Massachusetts Review, Volume 18, Number 1 (Spring, 1977): 93-103.
  • Warnick, Barbara. “The Rhetoric of Conservative Resistance.” Southern Journal of Communication Volume 42, Number 3 (1977): 256-273.
  • Wolin, Sheldon. “Hannah Arendt and the Ordinance of Time.” Social Research , Volume 44, Number 1, Hannah Arendt (Spring, 1977): 91-105.
  • Young, Iris Marion. “The Concept of Role-playing and Authentic Political Action.” Philosophy Today Volume 21, Number 2 (1977): 115-125.
  • Young-Bruehl, Elizabeth. “Hannah Arendt’s Storytelling.” Social Research, Volume 44, Number 1, Hannah Arendt (Spring, 1977): 183-190.

1978*

  • Adamson, Walter L. “Beyond” Reform or Revolution”: Notes on Political Education in Gramsci, Habermas and Arendt.” Theory and Society Volume 6, Number 3 (1978): 429-460.
  • Andriolo, Karin. “On Power in Egalitarian Societies.” Dialectical Anthropology Volume 3, Number 2 (1978): 191-195.
  • Baum, Rainer C. “The Holocaust–Anomic Hobbesian “State of Nature”.” Zeitschrift für Soziologie Volume 7, Number 4 (1978): 303-326.
  • Botstein, Leon. “The Children of the Lonely Crowd.” Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning Volume 10, Number 5 (1978): 16-20.
  • Botstein, Leon”Hannah Arendt: The Jewish Question. New Republic Volume 179, Number 17 (1978): 32-37.
  • Bush, Clive. “Toward the outside: The Quest for Discontinuity in Gertrude Stein’s The Making of Americans; Being a History of a Family’s Progress.” Twentieth Century Literature Volume 24, Number 1 (1978): 27-56.
  • Canovan, Margaret. “The Contradictions of Hannah Arendt’s Political Thought.” Political Theory Volume 6, Number 1 (1978): 5-26.
  • Cherrick, Jordan B. “The Role of the Court Jews in Jewish History.” Gesher Volume 6 (1978): 54-79.
  • Feldman, Ron H.. “Introduction” in The Jew as Pariah: Jewish Identity and Politics in the Modern Age. New York: Grove Press,1978.
  • Germen, Aydın. “Structuralism II.” Journal of the Faculty of Architecture Volume 4, Number 1 (Spring 1978): 65-89.
  • Greene, Maxine. “Teaching: The Question of Personal Reality.” Teachers College Record Volume 80, Number 1 (1978): 23-35.
  • Greene, Maxine. Landscapes of Learning. New York: Teachers College Press, 1978.
  • Guindon, Hubert. “Societal Changes and Their Impact.” Canadian Public Administration Volume 21, Number 3 (1978): 441-446.
  • Holland, Laurence B. “Authority, Power, and Form: Some American Texts.” The Yearbook of English Studies Volume 8 (1978): 1-14.
  • Horowitz, Irving Louis. “Small Lives for Big Words: Individualism and State Power Reconsidered.” Worldview Volume 21, Number 9 (1978): 13-19.
  • Jay, Martin, and Leon Botstein. “Hannah Arendt: Opposing Views.” Partisan Review Volume 45, Number 3 (1978): 348-368.
  • Jung, Hwa Yol. “Democratic Ontology & Technology: A Critique of CB Macpherson.” Polity Volume 11, Number 2 (1978): 247-269.
  • Jung, Hwa Yol. “A Hermeneutical Accent on the Conduct of Political Inquiry.” Human Studies Volume 1, Number 1 (1978): 48-82.
  • Kazemi, Farhad. “The Study of Political Unrest and Violence: The Middle East.” Review of Middle East Studies Volume 12, Number 2 (1978): 17-31.
  • Ladner, Benjamin. “Private Values and Public Learning.” Educational Studies Volume 9, Number 1 (1978): 37-44.
  • Mckenna, George. “The Life of the Mind. Vol. I: Thinking. Vol. II: Willing.” The Journal of Politics Volume 40, Number 4 (Nov., 1978): 1086-1088.
  • Miller, Stephen. “Bureaucracy baiting.” The American Scholar Volume 42, Number 7 (1978): 205-222.
  • Moehle, Natalia R. The Dimensions of Evil and of Transcendence: A Sociological Perspective. Washington DC: University Press of America, 1978.
  • Nelson, John S. “Politics and Truth: Arendt’s Problematic.” American Journal of Political Science Volume 22, Number 2 (1978): 270-301.
  • Rockmore, Tom. “Marxian man.” The Monist Volume 61, Number 1 (1978): 56-71.
  • Roshwald, Mordecai. “Authority, skepticism and dissent in Judaism.” Jewish Social Studies Volume 40, Number 3/4 (1978): 189-230.
  • Roettger, Walter B. “Strata and Stability: Reputations of American Political Scientists.” Political Science and Politics, Volume 11, Number 1 (1978): 6-12.
  • Schall, James V. “The Best Form of Government: A Perspective on the Continuity of Political Theory.” The Review of Politics Volume 40, Number 1 (1978): 97-123.
  • Suhürmann, Reiner. “Political thinking in Heidegger.” Social Research Volume 45, Number 1 (1978): 191-221.
  • Stern, Peter, and Jean Yarbrough. “Teaching: Hannah Arendt.” The American Scholar Volume 47, Number 3 (1978): 371-381.
  • Topf, Mel A. “Hannah Arendt: Literature and the Public Realm.” College English Volume 40, Number 4 (1978): 353-363.
  • Vincent, R. J. “Western Conceptions of a Universal Moral Order.” British Journal of International Studies Volume 4, Number 1 (1978): 20-46.
  • Wasserman, Loretta. “Book Review: The Life of the Mind.” Grand Valley Forum, Volume 2, Number 30 (April 24, 1978): 2.
  • Weir, Robert F. “What Revolution Is—and Is Not.” Worldview Volume 21, Number 11 (1978): 13-18.
  • Whitebook, Joel. “Pre-market economics: The Aristotelian perspective.” Dialectical Anthropology Volume 3, Number 3 (1978): 197-220.
  • Winner, Langdon. Autonomous Technology: Technics-Out-of-Control as a Theme in Political Thought. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1978.
  • Wiser, James L. “The Life of the Mind: Volume I: THINKING.” Thought: Fordham University Quarterly Volume 53, Number 4 (1978): 451-452.

1979*

  • Agassi, Joseph. “Rights and Reason.” In Israel Yearbook on Human Rights, Volume 9, 9-20. Tel Aviv: Intersdar Shamir, Ltd., 1979.
  • Alexander, Edward. The Resonance of Dust: Essays on Holocaust Literature and Jewish Fate. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 1979.
  • Allardyce, Gilbert. “What Fascism is Not: Thoughts on the Deflation of a Concept.” The American Historical Review Volume 84, Number 2 (1979): 367-388.
  • Allen, James Sloan. “Modernity and the Evil of Banality.” Centennial Review Volume 23, Number 1 (Winter 1979): 20-39.
  • Bakan, Mildred. “Hannah Arendt’s Concepts of Labor and Work.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 49-66. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Blacher, Yehuda. To Think what We are Doing: Critical Reflections on the Political Thought of Hannah Arendt. Jerusalem: Hebrew University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Political Sciences, 1979.
  • Botstein, Leon. “More on Hannah Arendt, Reply.” Partisan Review Volume 46, Number 2 (1979): 313-317.
  • Childress, James F. “Appeals to conscience.” Ethics Volume 89, Number 4 (1979): 315-335.
  • Crick, Bernard. “On Rereading The Origins of Totalitarianism.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 27-48. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Curtis, Michael. Totalitarianism. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 1979.
  • Denneny, Michael. “The Privilege of Ourselves: Hannah Arendt on Judgment.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 245-274. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Donoghue, Denis. “Hannah Arendt’s ‘The Life of the Mind.'”The Hudson Review , Volume 32, Number 2 (Summer, 1979): 281-288.
  • Draenos, Stan Spyros. “Thinking without a Ground: Hannah Arendt and the Contemporary Situation of Understanding.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 209-224. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Elevitch, Bernard. “Hannah Arendt’s Testimony.” The Massachusetts Review Volume 20, Number 2 (1979): 369-376.
  • Ellis, Desmond. “The Prison Guard as Carceral Luddite: A Critical Review of the MacGuigan Report on the Penitentiary System in Canada.” Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie Volume 4, Number 1 (Winter 1979): 43-64.
  • Fischer, Gerhard. “‘… the state begins to wither away…’: Notes on the Interpretation of the Paris Commune by Bakunin, Marx, Engels and Lenin.” Australian Journal of Politics & History Volume 25, Number 1 (1979): 29-38.
  • Frampton, Kenneth. “The Status of Man and the Status of his Objects: A Reading of The Human Condition” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 101-130. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Friedlander, Henry. “Toward a Methodology of Teaching about the Holocaust.” Teachers College Record Volume 80, Number 3 (1979): 519-542.
  • Fuss, Peter. “Hannah Arendt’s Conception of Political Community.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 157-176. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Gray. J. Glenn. “The Abyss of Freedom and Hannah Arendt.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 225-244. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Greene, Maxine. “Liberal Education and the Newcomer.” The Phi Delta Kappan Volume 60, Number 9 (1979): 633-636.
  • Gunsteren, Herman van. “Public and Private.” Social Research Volume 46, Number 2 (1979): 255-271.
  • Harris, William C. The Day of the Carpetbagger: Republican Reconstruction in Mississippi. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1979.
  • Hauben, Paul J. “The Enlightenment and Minorities: Two Spanish Discussions.” The Catholic Historical Review Volume 65, Number 1 (1979): 1-19.
  • Heather, Gerard P., and Matthew Stolz. “Hannah Arendt and the Problem of Critical Theory.” The Journal of Politics, Volume 41, Number 1 (February, 1979): 2-22.
  • Hill, Melvyn A. “Introduction.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, ix-xiii. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Hill, Melvyn A. “The Fictions of Mankind and the Stories of Men.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 275-300. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Holmes, Stephen Taylor. “Aristippus in and out of Athens.” American Political Science Review Volume 73, Number 1 (1979): 113-128.
  • Horowitz, Irving Louis. “Open Societies and Free Minds: The Last Testament of Hannah Arendt.” Contemporary Sociology Volume 8, Number 1 (Jan., 1979): 15-19.
  • Jay, Martin. “More on Hannah Arendt.” Partisan Review Volume 46, Number 2 (1979): 310-313.
  • Justman, Stewart. “Authority and Authorship.” Higher Education Quarterly Volume 33, Number 2 (1979): 196-203.
  • Kateb, George. “Dismantling Philosophy.” The American Scholar, Volume 48, Number 1 (Winter 1979): 118-120, 122-124, 126.
  • Kurland, Philip B. “Ruminations on the Quality of Equality.” Brigham Young University Law Review Volume 1 (1979): 1-23.
  • Kuzminski, Adrian. “Defending Historical Realism.” History and Theory Volume 18, Number 3 (1979): 316-349.
  • Laqueur, Walter. “Re-reading Hannah Arendt,” Encounter Volume 52, Number 3 (1979): 73-79.
  • Laqueur, Walter. “Hannah Arendt Panic – Reply” Encounter Volume 53, Number 1 (1979): 95.
  • Levin, Martin. “On animal laborans and homo politicus in Hannah Arendt: A note.” Political Theory Volume 7, Number 4 (1979): 521-531.
  • Lewis, Florence C.(Flossie). “Isak Dinesen & Feminist Criticism.” The North American Review Volume 264, Number 1 (Spring, 1979): 62-72.
  • Longstaff, S. A. “Partisan Review and the Second World War.” Salmagundi Number 43 (Winter 1979): 108-129.
  • Luban, David. “On Habermas on Arendt on Power.” Philosophy & Social Criticism Volume 6, Number 1 (1979): 80-95.
  • Major, Robert W. “A Reading of Hannah Arendt’s ‘Unusual’ Distinction Between Labor and Work.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 131-156. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Marlow, Joan. The Great Women. New York: A & W Publishers, 1979.
  • Michelman, Frank I. “Politics and Values or What’s Really Wrong with Rationality Review.” Creighton Law Review Volume 13, Number 2 (1979): 487-512.
  • Miller, James. “The Pathos of Novelty: Hannah Arendt’s Image of Freedom in the Modern World.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 177-208. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Morgenthau, Hans J. “Hannah Arendt’s ‘Panic'” Encounter Volume 53, Number 1 (1979): 95.
  • Nachman, Larry, D. “The Question of the Jews: A Study in Culture.” Salmagundi, Number 44/45 (Spring-Summer 1979): 166-181.
  • Parekh, Bikhu. “Hannnah Arendt’s Critique of Marx.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 67-100. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Parekh, Bhikhu. “Does Traditional Philosophy Rest on a Mistake?.” Political Studies Volume 27, Number 2 (1979): 294-300.
  • Rathore, L. S., and P. S. Bhati. “Hannah Arendt’s Contribution to Contemporary Political Theory.” The Indian Journal of Political Science Volume 40, Number 3 (1979): 367-379.
  • Ricoeur, Paul. “The Human Experience of Time and Narrative.” Research in Phenomenology Volume 9 (1979): 17-34.
  • Ringleheim, Joan. “The Life of a Mind.” CrossCurrents Volume 29, Number 1 (Spring 1979): 73-79.
  • Schall, James V. “Book Review: The Life of the Mind 1: Thinking; 2: Willing.” Theological Studies Volume 40, Number 1 (1979): 204-206.
  • Schwartz, Nancy L. “Distinction between Public and Private Life Marx on the zōon politikon.” Political Theory Volume 7, Number 2 (1979): 245-266.
  • Shaw, Patrick D. “On Habermas on Arendt on Power.” Philosophy & Social Criticism Volume 1 (1979), 81-95
  • Shumer, Sara M. “Machiavelli Republican Politics and its Corruption.” Political theory Volume 7, Number 1 (1979): 5-34.
  • Sejersted, Francis. “Democracy and” the Rule of Law”. Some Historical Experiences of Contradictions in the Striving for Good Government.” Social Science Information Volume 18, Number 6 (1979): 945-966.
  • Sokolowski, Robert. “Making Distinctions.” The Review of Metaphysics Volume 32, Number 4 (1979): 639-676.
  • Sullivan, William M. “Shifting Loyalties: Critical Theory & the Problem of Legitimacy.” Polity Volume 12, Number 2 (1979): 253-272.
  • Wellington, Harry H. “On Freedom of Expression.” The Yale Law Journal Volume 88, Number 6 (1979): 1105-1142.
  • Wolin, Sheldon. “Exchange on Hannah Arendt – Reply” New York Review of Books Volume 25, Number 21-2 (1979): 46-47.
  • Wyatt, J. F. “Hanna Arendt: A Political Theorist on the Theme of Renewal in Education.” Educational Studies Volume 5, Number 1 (1979): 7-13.
  • Young-Bruehl, Elizabeth. “From the Pariah’s Point of View: Reflections on Hannah Arendt’s Life and Work.” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 3-26. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Young-Bruehl, Elizabeth. “A Chronological Bibliography of the Works of Hannah Arendt (1906-1975).” In Hannah Arendt: The Recovery of the Public World. Edited by Melvyn A. Hill, 341-354. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979.
  • Young-Bruehl, Elisabeth. “Exchange on Hannah Arendt.” The New York Review of Books Volume 25, Number 21-22 (1979).
  • Zaslavsky, Viktor. “The Regime and the Working Class in the USSR.” Telos Volume 1979, Number 42 (1979): 5-20.

1980*

  • Babcock, Barbara A. “Reflexivity: Definitions and discriminations.” Semiotica Volume 30, Number 1-2(1980): 1-14.
  • Baron, Jeannette M. “Hannah Arendt: Personal Reflections.” Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review Volume 39 (1980): 58-63.
  • Beiner, Ronald. “Judging in a World of Appearances: A Commentary on Hannah Arendt’s Unwritten Finale.” History of Political Thought Volume 1, Number 1 (1980): 117-135.
  • Biale, David. “Arendt in Jerusalem.” In Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review, Special Issue: Hannah Arendt: Retrospective Symposium, Volume 19, Number 3 (1980): 33-44.
  • Boozer, Jack S. “Children of Hippocrates: Doctors in Nazi Germany.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Volume 450, Number 1 (1980): 83-97.
  • Budwig, Ernest G. “The Jew As Pariah: Jewish Identity and Politics in the Modern Age.” Journal of Church and State, Volume 22, Number 1 (Winter 1980): 165-165.
  • Canovan, Margaret. “On Levin’s “Animal Laborans and Homo Politicus in Hannah Arendt”(Volume 7, No. 4, November 1979).” Political Theory Volume 8, Number 3 (1980): 403-405.
  • Clarke, Barry. “Beyond ‘the Banality of Evil’.” British Journal of Political Science Volume 10, Number 4 (1980): 417-439.
  • Conway, John S. “The Holocaust and the Historians.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Volume 450, Number 1 (July 1980): 153-164.
  • Degenaar, J.J., “The Concept of Violence.” Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies Volume 7, Number 1 (1980): 14-27.
  • Dossa, Shiraz. “Human Status and Politics: Hannah Arendt on the Holocaust.” Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique Volume 13, Number 2 (1980): 309-323.
  • Ettinger, Samuel. “Jew Hatred in its Historical Context.” Immanuel. A Semi-Annual Bulletin of Religious Thought and Research in Israel Jérusalem Volume 11 (1980): 81-94.
  • Fein, Helen. “Beyond the Heroic Ethic.” Society Volume 17, Number 3 (1980): 51-55.
  • Feingold, Henry L. “Review Essay: Arendt Revisited.” Judaism Volume 29, Number 1 (1980): 122-128.
  • Friedlander, Robert A.. “Jews: The European and American Historical Experience,” Chitty’s Law Journal Volume 28, Number 3 (March 1980): 75-89.
  • Knauer, James T. “Motive and Goal in Hannah Arendt’s Concept of Political Action.” American Political Science Review Volume 74, Number 3 (1980): 721-733.
  • Link-Salinger, Ruth. “Hannah Arendt: The Jew as Pariah.” Jewish Social Studies Volume 42, Number 1 (Winter, 1980): 91-93.
  • McCully, R. S. “A Commentary on Adolf Eichmann’s Rorschach.” Journal of Personality Assessment, Volume 44, Number 3 (1980): 311–318.
  • Milbury-Steen, Sarah L. European and African Stereotypes in Twentieth-Century Fiction. London: MacMillan Press, 1980.
  • Momigliano, Arnaldo. “A Note on Max Weber’s Definition of Judaism as a Pariah-Religion.” History and Theory Volume 19, Number 3 (1980): 313-318.
  • Moors, Kent F. “Modernity and Human Initiative: The Structure of Hannah Arendt’s “The Life of the Mind”.” The Political Science Reviewer Volume 10 (1980): 189-230.
  • Nelson, Richard. “Propaganda, Behaviorism, and Conscience.” Journal of Thought Volume 15, Number 1 (1980): 45-51.
  • Orwin, Clifford. “Compassion.” The American Scholar Volume 49, Number 3 (Summer 1980): 309-333.
  • Pankow, Gisela. “Rejection and identity.” International Review of Psycho-analysis Volume 7 (1980): 319-325.
  • Pachter, Henry. “Our Hitler, or His?.” Cineaste Volume 10, Number 2 (1980): 25-27.
  • Pearlman, Daniel. “Ezra Pound: America’s Wandering Jew.” Paideuma Volume 9, Number 3 (1980): 461-480.
  • Ricoeur, Paul. “Narrative Time.” Critical inquiry Volume 7, Number 1 (1980): 169-190.
  • Rosenberg, Alan. “Philosophy and the Holocaust: Suggestion for a Systematic Approach to the Genocidal Universe.” European Judaism: A Journal for the New Europe Volume 14, Number 2 (1980): 31-38.
  • Sabini, John P., and Maury Silver. “Destroying the Innocent with a Clear Conscience: A Sociopsychology of the Holocaust.” In Survivors, Victims, and Perpetrators: Essays on the Nazi Holocaust. Edited by Joel E. Dimsdale, 329-358. Baskerville: Hemisphere Publishing, 1980.
  • Schall, James V. “Displacing Damnation: The Neglect of Hell in Political Theory.” The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review Volume 44, Number 1 (1980): 27-44.
  • Schürmann, Reiner. “The Time of the Mind and the History of Freedom.” Human Studies Volume 3, Number 1 (1980): 302-308.
  • Segal, Robert A. “The Historical Inexplicability of Anti-Semitism.” Contemporary Jewry Volume 5, Number 2 (Fall/Winter 1980): 66-73.
  • Sharp, Gene. Social Power and Political Freedom. Manchester: Extending Horizons Books, 1980.
  • Stein, Howard F. “The Cuckoo’s Nest, the Banality of Evil and the Psychopath as Hero.” Journal of American Culture Volume 2, Number 4 (1980): 635-645.
  • Stillman, Peter G. “Property, Freedom, and Individuality in Hegel’s and Marx’s Political Thought,” NOMOS: American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy Volume 22 (1980): 130-170.
  • Tristram, Robert J. “Values, Analysis and the Study of Revolution: I.” Sociology Volume 14, Number 1 (1980): 69-87.
  • Whitfield, Stephen J. Into the Dark Hannah Arendt and Totalitarianism. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1980.
  • Whitfield, Stephen J. “The Imagination of Disaster: The Response of American Jewish Intellectuals to Totalitarianism.” Jewish Social Studies Volume 42, Number 1 (1980): 1-20.

1981*

  • Appelbaum, David. “Violence and the Rule of Law.” Journal of Offender Counseling Services Rehabilitation Volume 5, Number 2 (1981): 5-18.
  • Baker, C. Edwin. “The Process of Change and the Liberty Theory of the First Amendment.” Southern California Law Review 55 (1981): 293-344.
  • Baumgold, Deborah. “Political Commentary on the History of Political Theory.” American Political Science Review Volume 75, Number 4 (1981): 928-940.
  • Beres, Louis Rene. “Nation without a Soul, Policy without a Purpose.” Chitty’s Law Journal Volume 29 (1981): 1-12.
  • Bloom, Harold. “Auras: The Sublime Crossing and the Death of Love.” Oxford Literary Review Volume 4, Number 3 (1981): 3-19.
  • Boone, C. Keith. “Political Majesty: Promise or Peril to Contemporary Society?.” Thought: Fordham University Quarterly Volume 56, Number 2 (1981): 163-177.
  • Bulka, Reuven P. “Psychoanalyzing the Nazis.” Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought Volume 19, Number 2 (1981): 171-181.
  • Canovan, Margaret. “Chesterton and Hannah Arendt.” The Chesterton Review Volume 7, Number 2 (1981): 139-153.
  • Cranston, Maurice. “Hannah Arendt, Personally.” Encounter Volume 46 (1981): 54-56.
  • Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly, and Eugene Halton. The Meaning of Things: Domestic Symbols and the Self. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1981.
  • Dossa, Shiraz. “Hannah Arendt on Billy-Budd and Robespierre: The Public Realm and the Private Self.” Philosophy and Social Criticism Volume 9, Number 3-4 (1982): 307-318.
  • Elshtain, Jean Bethke. “Reconstructing the Public and Private.” Public Man, Private Woman: Women in Social and Political Thought. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1981.
  • Epstein, Joseph, and Mark Epstein. Masters. New York: Basic Books, 1981.
  • Forester, John. “Hannah Arendt and Critical Theory: A Critical Response.” The Journal of Politics Volume 43, Number 1 (1981): 196-202.
  • Giannone, Richard. “Violence in the Fiction of Kurt Vonnegut.” Thought: Fordham University Quarterly Volume 56, Number 1 (1981): 58-76.
  • Gray, Sherry. “Hannah Arendt and the Solitariness of Thinking.” Philosophy Today Volume 25, Number 2 (1981): 121-130.
  • Greene, Maxine. “Exploring Imaginary Realities: New Perspectives on the” Real”.” Educational Studies Volume 12, Number 2 (1981): 185-192.
  • Greene, Maxine. “The Humanities and Emancipatory Possibility.” Journal of Education Volume 163, Number 4 (1981): 287-305.
  • Heller, Agnes, and David Caldwell. “Enlightenment Against Fundamentalism: The Example of Lessing.” New German Critique Volume 23 (1981): 13-26.
  • Herf, Jeffrey. “Reactionary Modernism: Some Ideological Origins of the Primacy of Politics in the Third Reich.” Theory and Society Volume 10, Number 6 (1981): 805-832.
  • Hertz, Deborah. “The Varnhagen Collection is in Krakow.” The American Archivist Volume 44, Number 3 (1981): 223-228.
  • Justman, Stewart. “Hannah Arendt and the Idea of Disclosure.” Philosophy & Social Criticism Volume 8, Number 4 (1981): 406-423.
  • Keohane, Nannerl O. “Speaking from Silence: Women and the Science of Politics.” Soundings Volume 64, Number 4 (Winter 1981): 422-436.
  • Krell, David Farrell. “A Smile and a Sense of Tragedy: Letters from J. Glenn Gray.” Philosophy Today Volume 25, Number 2 (1981): 95-113.
  • Krieger, Leonard. “Contemporary American Liberalism.” TriQuarterly Issue 52 (Fall 1981): 31-42.
  • Kuic, Vukan. “Work, Leisure and Culture.” The Review of Politics Volume 43, Number 3 (1981): 436-465.
  • Milne, David. “Architecture, Politics and the Public realm.” Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory Volume 5, Number 1-2 (1981): 131-146.
  • Mock, Wolfgang. “The Function of ‘Race’in Imperialist Ideologies: The Example of Joseph Chamberlain.” In Nationalist and Racialist Movements in Britain and Germany Before 1914. Edited by Paul Kennedy and Anthony Nicholls, 190-203. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 1981.
  • Muller, Sharon. “The Origins of Eichmann in Jerusalem: Hannah Arendt’s Interpretation of Jewish History.” Jewish Social Studies Volume 43, Number 3/4 (Summer-Autumn 1981): 237-254.
  • Nicholson, Linda J. “‘The Personal is Political’: An Analysis in Retrospect.” Social Theory and Practice Volume 7, Number 1 (1981): 85-98.
  • O’Brien, Mary, and Dusty Springfield. The Politics of Reproduction. New York: Routledge, 1981.
  • Orum, Anthony M. “Is a Social Science of Politics Possible?.” American Journal of Sociology Volume 87, Number 2 (Sep., 1981): 445-452.
  • Parekh, Bhikhu. Hannah Arendt and the Search for a New Political Philosophy. London: The Macmillan Press, 1981.
  • Pitkin, Hanna. “Justice: On Relating Private and Public.” Political Theory Volume 9, Number 3 (1981): 327-352.
  • Rapp, Friedrich. Analytical Philosophy of Technology. Translated by Stanley R. Carpenter and Theodor Langenbruch. Dordecht: Springer, 1981.
  • Riley, Patrick. “Introduction to the Reading of Alexandre Kojève.” Political Theory Volume 9, Number 1 (1981): 5-48.
  • Schaar, John H. Legitimacy in the Modern State. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 1981.
  • Shorris, Earl. The Oppressed Middle: Politics of Middle Management: Scenes from Corporate Life. Garden City, NY: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1981.
  • Stolz, Matthew F., and Gerard P. Heather. “Reply to Professor Forester.” The Journal of Politics Volume 43, Number 1 (1981): 203-207.
  • Thompson, Kenneth W. “Power, Force and Diplomacy.” The Review of Politics Volume 43, Number 3 (1981): 410-435.
  • White, George Abbott. “Simone Weil’s Work Experiences: From Wigan Pier to Chrystie Street.” CrossCurrents Volume 31, Number 2 (1981): 129-162.
  • Whitfield, Stephen J. “Hannah Arendt and the Banality of Evil.” The History Teacher Volume 14, Number 4 (1981): 469-477.
  • Wieseltier, Leon. “Understanding Anti-Semitism: Hannah Arendt on the Origins of Prejudice.” The New Republic Volume 7 (1981): 20-32.
  • Wieseltier, Leon. “Pariah and Politics: Hannah Arendt and the Jews, Part II.” New Republic Volume 14 (1981): 143-57.
  • Wiggins, Osborne. “Thinking and the Crisis of Reason.” In Phenomenology and the Understanding of Human Destiny. Edited by Stephen Skousgaard, 239-248. Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1981.
  • Yarbrough, Jean, and Peter Stern. “Vita Activa and Vita Contemplativa: Reflections on Hannah Arendt’s Political Thought in The Life of the Mind.” The Review of Politics Volume 43, Number 3 (1981): 323-354.

1982*

  • Abel, Lionel. “Sartre Remembered.” Salmagundi Volume 56 (Spring 1982): 101-127.
  • Abel, Lionel. “Breakup: A Memoir.” The American Scholar Volume 51, Number 3 (1982): 339-350.
  • Allen, Wayne F. “Hannah Arendt: Existential Phenomenology and Political Freedom.” Philosophy & Social Criticism Volume 9, Number 2 (1982): 170-190.
  • Aschheim, Steven E. Brothers and Strangers: The East European Jew in German and German Jewish Consciousness, 1800–1923. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1982.
  • Baumgarten, Murray. City Scriptures: Modern Jewish Writing. Harvard University Press, 1982.
  • Beiner, Ronald. “Hannah Arendt on Judging.” Lectures on Kant’s Political Philosophy. Edited by Ronald Beiner., 89-156. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1982.
  • Beres, Louis René. “Vaporous Fairy Tales: America’s Plans for Surviving Nuclear War.” International Studies Notes Volume 9, Number 1 (1982): 1-4.
  • Bernstein, Richard J. “Hannah Arendt: Judging–the Actor and the Spectator.” In The Realm of Humanitas. Responses to the Writings of Hannah Arendt. Edited by Reuben Garner, 235-253. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1982.
  • Birkerts, Sven. “Walter Benjamin, flâneur: A flânerie.” The Iowa Review Volume 13, Number 3/4 (Spring 1982): 164-179.
  • Bloom, Harold. “Morning Session:” A Speculation Upon American Jewish Culture”.” Judaism Volume 31, Number 3 (1982): 266-273.
  • Botstein, Leon. “Stefan Zweig and the Illusion of the Jewish European.” Jewish Social Studies Volume 44, Number 1 (1982): 63-84.
  • Canovan, Margaret. “On Pitkin, ‘Justice'(Volume 9, No. 3, August 1981).” Political Theory Volume 10 (August 1982): 464-468.
  • Carey, James W. “The Mass Media and Critical Theory: An American View.” Annals of the International Communication Association Volume 6, Number 1 (1982): 18-33.
  • Churchill, Larry R. “The Teaching of Ethics and Moral Values in Teaching: Some Contemporary Confusions.” The Journal of Higher Education Volume 53, Number 3 (1982): 296-306.
  • Cochran, Clark. Character, Community, and Politics. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 1982.
  • Coser, Lewis A. “Book Review: Hannah Arendt: For Love of the World.” Political Science Quarterly, Volume 97, Number 4 (Winter, 1982-1983): 735-737.
  • Crick, Bernard. “Hannah Arendt’s Political Philosophy.” In Proceedings of History, Ethics, Politics: A Conference Based on the Work of Hannah Arendt. Edited by Robert Boyers, 23-30. New York: Empire State College, 1982.
  • Cripps, Michael. ““Under the Volcano”: The Politics of the Imperial Self.” Canadian Literature Volume 95 (1982): 85-101.
  • Davies, ML. “Hannah Arendt.” The Times Literary Supplement 4142 (1982): 904.
  • Dossa, Shiraz. “Hannah Arendt on Billy Budd and Robespierre: The Public Realm and the Private Self.” Philosophy & Social Criticism Volume 9, Number 3-4 (1982): 305-318.
  • Draenos, Stan. “The Totalitarian Theme in Horkheimer and Arendt.” Salmagundi Volume 56 (Spring 1982): 155-169.
  • Fehervary, Helen. “Christa Wolf’s Prose: A Landscape of Masks.” New German Critique Volume 27 (1982): 57-87.
  • Francis, Huw WS. “Of Gossips, Eavesdroppers, and Peeping Toms.” Journal of medical ethics Volume 8, Number 3 (1982): 134-143.
  • Goldfarb, Jeffrey C. On Cultural Freedom: An Exploration of Public Life in Poland and America. University of Chicago Press, 1982.
  • Goldring, Louis. “World Without Representation.” Man and World Volume 15, Number 4 (1982): 395-406.
  • Greene, Maxine. “Literacy for What?.” The Phi Delta Kappan Volume 63, Number 5 (1982): 326-329.
  • Greene, Maxine. “Wide-Awakeness in Dark Times.” Educational Perspectives Volume 21, Number 1 (1982): 6-13.
  • Gunnell, John G. “The Technocratic Image and the Theory of Technocracy.” Technology and Culture Volume 23, Number 3 (1982): 392-416.
  • Heller, Agnes. “The Dissatisfied Society.” Praxis International Volume 2, Number 4 (1982): 359-370.
  • Honneth, Axel, and Mitchell G. Ash. “Work and Instrumental Action.” New German Critique Volume 26 (1982): 31-54.
  • Honneth, Axel. “Work and Instrumental Action: On the Normative Basis of Critical Theory.” Thesis Eleven Volume 5, Number 1 (1982): 162-184.
  • Jonas, Hans. “Is Faith Still Possible? Memories of Rudolf Bultmann and Reflections on the Philosophical Aspects of His Work.” Harvard Theological Review Volume 75, Number 1 (1982): 1-23.
  • Jung, Hwa Yol. “Phenomenology As A Critique of Public Affairs Education.” Southern Review of Public Administration Volume 6, Number 2 (1982): 175-187.
  • Katz, Fred E. “A Sociological Perspective to the Holocaust.” Modern Judaism Volume 2, Number 3 (1982): 273-296.
  • Kelly, George Armstrong. “Faith, Freedom, and Disenchantment: Politics and the American Religious Consciousness.” Daedalus (1982): 127-148.
  • King, Richard H. “Hannah Arendt. For Love of the World by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl.” Worldview Volume 25, Number 8 (1982): 27-28.
  • Lacoue-Labarthe, Philippe, and Peter Caws. “Transcendence ends in politics.” Social Research Volume 49, Number 2 (1982): 405-440.
  • Laqueur, Walter. “Hannah Arendt, by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl (Book Review).” Commentary Volume 73, Number 6 (1982): 64-66.
  • Lenk, Elisabeth, and Maureen Krause. “Indiscretions of the Literary Beast: Pariah Consciousness of Women Writers since Romanticism.” New German Critique Volume 27 (1982): 101-114.
  • Mâgnes, Yehûdā Lêb, and Judah Leon Magnes. Dissenter in Zion: From the Writings of Judah L. Magnes. Harvard University Press, 1982.
  • McBride, William L. “What is the Value of Thinking.” Yale Law Journal, Volume 92 (1982): 396-406.
  • Mommsen, Wolfgang J. Theories of Imperialism. University of Chicago Press, 1982.
  • Murakami, Yasusuke. “Values, Demands, and Scenarios.” Changing Value Patterns and Their Impact on Economic Structure: A Report to the OECD, 185-222. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1982.
  • Popper, Karl. “Heidegger and Hannah Arendt.” The Times Literary Supplement 4145 (1982): 973.
  • Schürmann, Reiner. “Hannah Arendt Memorial Symposia.” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal Volume 9, Number 1 (1982): 79-80.
  • Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty. “The Politics of Interpretations.” Critical Inquiry Volume 9, Number 1 (1982): 259-278.
  • Stark, Judith Chelius. “Thinking What She Did.” CrossCurrents, Volume 32, Number 2 (Summer 1982): 233-236.
  • Stern, Herbert. “Reconceiving the Future.” Teachers College Record Volume 84, Number 2 (1982): 509-519.
  • Tolle, Gordon J. Human Nature Under fire: The Political Philosophy of Hannah Arendt. Lanham: University Press of America, 1982.
  • Tucker, Robert C. “The Problem of Totalitarianism: Does Big Brother Exist?.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry Volume 2, Number 1 (1982): 95-107.
  • Weinsheimer, Joel. “Writing about Literature, and Through It.” Boundary 2 Volume 10, Number 23 (1982): 69-91.
  • Wilson, Stephen. Ideology and Experience: Anti-Semitism in France at the Time of the Dreyfus Affair. Liverpool University Press, 1982.
  • Wolff, Robert Paul. “Notes for a Materialist Analysis of the Public and the Private Realms.” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal Volume 9, Number 1 (1982): 135-150.
  • Young-Bruehl, Elizabeth. Hannah Arendt: For the Love of the World. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1982.
  • Young-Bruehl, Elizabeth. “Reflections on Hannah Arendt’s The Life of the Mind.” Political Theory Volume 10, Number 2 (1982): 277-305.

1983

  • Allen, Wayne F. “Homo Aristocus: Hannah Arendt’s Elites.” Idealistic Studies Volume 13, Number 3 (1983): 226-239.
  • Asaro, Andrea. “The Public/Private Distinction in American Liberal Thought: Unger’s Critique and Synthesis.” American Journal of Jurisprudence Volume 28 (1983): 118-148.
  • Barnouw, Dagme. “The Secularity of Evil: Hannah Arendt and the Eichmann Controversy.” Modern Judaism Volume 3, Number 1 (1983): 75-94.
  • Beres, Louis Rene. “Embracing Omnicide: President Reagan and the Strategic Mythmakers.” The Hudson Review Volume 36, Number 1 (1983): 17-29.
  • Bloom, Harold. “Jewish Culture and Jewish Memory.” Dialectical Anthropology Volume 8, Number 1/2 The Jewish Question (October 1983): 7-19.
  • Boskin, Joseph. “The Rite of Purification: The FBI and the Black Historical Possibility.” Reviews in American History, Volume 11, Number 3 (September, 1983): 472-478.
  • Botstein, Leon. “Liberating the Pariah: Politics, the Jews, and Hannah Arendt.” Salmagundi Volume 60 (1983): 73-106.
  • Botstein, Leon. “The Jew as Pariah: Hannah Arendt’s Political Philosophy.” Dialectical Anthropology Volume 8, Number 1/2, The Jewish Question (1983): 47-73.
  • Bradshaw, Leah. “Hannah Arendt’s Legacy.” Queen’s Quarterly Volume 90, Number 4 (1983): 1072.
  • Canovan, Margaret. “A Case of Distorted Communication: A Note on Habermas and Arendt.” Political Theory Volume 11, Number 1 (1983): 105-116.
  • Canovan, Margaret. “Arendt, Rousseau, and Human Plurality in Politics.” The Journal of Politics Volume 45, Number 2 (1983): 286-302.
  • Canovan, Margaret. “Hannah Arendt: For Love of the World, by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl.” The Chesterton Review Volume 9, Number 4 (1983): 370-373.
  • Casey, Edward S. “Keeping the Past in Mind.” The Review of Metaphysics Volume 37, Number 1 (1983): 77-95.
  • Castoriadis, Cornelius. “The Destinies of Totalitarianism.” Salmagundi Number 60 (1983): 107-122.
  • Castoriadis, Cornelius. “The Greek Polis and the Creation of Democracy.” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal Volume 9, Number 2 (1983): 79-115.
  • Chanan, Gabriel. “Hannah Arendt: Pariah and Amateur.” Higher Education Quarterly Volume 37, Number 3 (1983): 271-274.
  • Finkielkraut, A. “Day and Night: Rereading Hannah Arendt.” Infini Volume 3 (1983): 3-13.
  • Fisher, Philip. “Pins, a Table, Works of Art.” Representations Volume 1 (1983): 43-57.
  • Fiss, Owen M. “The Bureaucratization of the Judiciary.” The Yale Law Journal Volume 92, Number 8 (1983): 1442-1468.
  • Frankel, Herbert S.. “The Riddle of Hannah Arendt.” The Journal of Jewish Studies Volume 34 (1983): 93-100.
  • Gay, Peter. “The Intellectual Emigrés,” Humanities, Volume 4, Number 5 (November 1983): 1-4.
  • Goodwin, James. “The Education of Henry Adams: A Non-Person in History.” Biography Volume 6, Number 2 (1983): 117-135.
  • Gregor, Mary J. “Lectures on Kant’s Political Philosophy.” The Review of Metaphysics, Volume 37, Number 1 (Sep., 1983): 102-104.
  • Habermas, Jürgen. “Hannah Arendt: On the Concept of Power.” In Philosophical-Political Profiles. Translated by Frederick Lawrence, 171-188. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1983.
  • Heilbut, Anthony. “The Emigrés’ Vision of America,” Humanities, Volume 4, Number 5 (November 1983): 5-7.
  • Jacobson, Norman. “Parable and Paradox: In Response to Arendt’s On Revolution.” Salmagundi (1983): 123-139.
  • Jehenson, Myriam Yvonne. “Four Women in Search of Freedom: Agustini, Ibarbourou, Storni, and Mistral.” Hispanic Journal Volume 5, Number 1 (Fall 1983): 169-180.
  • Kateb, George. “Arendt and Representative Democracy.” Salmagundi Volume 60 (Spring/Summer, 1983): 20-59.
  • Kateb, George. “Hannah Arendt: Alienation and America.” Raritan Review Volume 3, Number 1 (1983), 4-21.
  • Kostelanetz, R. “Hannah Arendt. The Modern Seer.” Free Inquiry Buffalo, New York Volume 3, Number 2 (1983): 15-18.
  • Lafferty, William M. “Political Participation in the Social‐Democratic State A Normative‐Empirical Framework for the Analysis of Decision‐Making Involvement in Norway.” Scandinavian Political Studies Volume 6, Number 4 (1983): 281-308.
  • Lane, Ann M. “The Feminism of Hannah Arendt.” Democracy Volume 3, Number 3 (1983): 107-17.
  • Lasch, Christopher. “Introduction to the Special Edition on Hannah Arendt.” Salmagundi Number 60 (1983), vii-viii.
  • Little, Sara. To Set One’s Heart: Belief and Teaching in the Church. Atlanta: Westminster John Knox Press, 1983.
  • Luban, David. “Explaining Dark Times: Hannah Arendt’s Theory of Theory.” Social Research Volume 50, Number 1 (1983): 215-248.
  • MacDonald, H. Malcolm. “Arendt, Lectures on Kant’s Political Philosphy (Book Review).” Social Science Quarterly Volume 64, Number 4 (1983): 914.
  • May, Larry. “On Conscience.” American Philosophical Quarterly Volume 20, Number 1 (1983): 57-67.
  • Mackinnon, Lachlan. “Further Perspectives.” In Eliot, Auden, Lowell, 138-155, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 1983.
  • Meyers, Jeffrey. “Randall Jarrell and German Culture.” Salmagundi Volume 61 (Fall 1983): 71-89.
  • Mitchell, Douglas E., and William G. Spady. “Authority, Power, and the Legitimation of Social Control.” Educational Administration Quarterly Volume 19, Number 1 (1983): 5-33.
  • O’Donnell, Francis J. “Hannah Arendt,” Humanities, Volume 4, Number 5 (November 1983): 12-13.
  • Quinton, Anthony. “Hannah Arendt.” 20th-Century Culture: A Biographical Companion. Edited by Alan Bullock, John Cumming, Robert Bertram Woodings, 19. New York: Harper & Row, 1983.
  • Ricoeur, Paul. “Action, Story and History: On Re-reading The Human Condition.” Salmagundi Number 60 (Spring-Summer, 1983): 60-72.
  • Salkever, Stephen G. “Beyond Interpretation: Human Agency and the Slovenly Wilderness.” In Social science as Moral Inquiry, edited by Norma Haan, Robert N. Bellah, Paul Rabinow and William M. Sullivan, 195-217. Columbia University Press, 1983.
  • Salmony, Steven E., and Richard Smoke. “Benefic autonomy: Thomas More as Exemplar.” The Journal of Mind and Behavior Volume 4, Number 2 (Spring 1983): 221-229.
  • Shklar, Judith N. “Hannah Arendt as Pariah.” Partisan Review New Brunswick, NJ Volume 50, Number 1 (1983): 64-77.
  • Sochen, June. “Identities Within Identity: Thoughts on Jewish American Women Writers.” Studies in American Jewish Literature (1981-) Number 3, (1983): 6-10.
  • Steinberger, Peter J. “Nostromo’s Fall: Conrad on Political Action.” Polity Volume 15, Number 3 (1983): 416-428.
  • Telotte, Jay P. “Human Artifice and the Science Fiction Film.” Film Quarterly Volume 36, Number 3 (1983): 44-51.
  • Udovicki, Jasminka. “The Uses of Freedom and the Human Condition.” Praxis International Volume 3, Number 1 (1983): 54-61.
  • Weiland, Steven. “Teachers, Truants, and the Humanities.” The Georgia Review Volume 37, Number 3 (1983): 481-499.
  • Wolin, Sheldon S. “Hannah Arendt: Democracy and the Political.” Salmagundi  Volume 60 (1983): 3-19.
  • Young-Bruehl, Elisabeth. “Cosmopolitan History.” Revue Internationale de Philosophie, Volume 37, Number 147 (4), JASPERS (1883-1983) (1983): 440-459.
  • Young-Bruehl, Elizabeth. “BRUEHL, E. “”Reflections on Hannah Arendt: Her Life and Works.” Revista de Occidente Volume 23 (1983): 21-42.
  • Zolberg, Aristide R. “The Formation of New States as a Refugee-generating Process.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Volume 467, Number 1 (1983): 24-38.

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  • Dossa, Shiraz. “Hannah Arendt’s political theory: Ethics and enemies.” History of European Ideas Volume 13, Number 4 (1991): 385-398.

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  • Laqueur, Walter. “The Arendt Cult: Hannah Arendt as Political Commentator.” Journal of Contemporary History Volume 33, Number 4 (October 1998): 483-496.

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  • For secondary literature on Hannah Arendt since 2000, please visit HannahArendt.net.