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This section features articles from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. The SEP is probably the most comprehensive online philosophy resource. It features in-depth articles on a huge number of philosophical topics, however, it is aimed at an academic audience and may be too detailed and technical for beginners. The IEP is generally more beginner-friendly but is also considered to be less reliable. Wikipedia is also an option, but it is much less reliable than either of these.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
This section features short articles written by professional philosophers and aimed at a general audience. These articles are ideal for anyone looking for a shorter or more beginner-friendly introduction to Arendt than the encyclopedia articles listed above.
- What did Hannah Arendt really mean by the banality of evil?
- Change the world, not yourself, or how Arendt called out Thoreau
- Belonging and exile made Hannah Arendt a cosmopolitan
The Times Literary Supplement
The New York Times (The Stone)
This section features episodes from leading philosophy podcasts. These are also aimed at a general audience and are a good option for beginners who prefer audio content.
In Our Time
The Philosopher’s Zone
The Partially Examined Life
- Hannah Arendt on the Banality of Evil (Part One)
- Hannah Arendt on the Banality of Evil (Part Two)
- Hannah Arendt on the Political & Private
New Books in Philosophy
Short Videos (<30 mins)
This section features short videos aimed at beginners.
Lectures/Longer Videos (>30 mins)
This section features longer videos and lectures.
See this collection of course syllabi on Arendt.
This section features requests for book recommendations on philosophy forums. These can also be useful to browse when trying to find reading recommendations.
See this list of the best books on Arendt.
See this selection of key quotes by Arendt.
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