Thinking on Film: Jaspers, Scholem, and Thinking in Margarethe von Trotta’s Hannah Arendt

in German Politics and Society
Author: Babette Babich1
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Babette Babich is Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University in New York City and executive editor of New Nietzsche Studies (1996-). She is the author of The Hallelujah Effect (Surrey, 2013) a book on pop music and Facebook/YouTube culture focusing on Leonard Cohen and k.d. lang, centering on Adorno on music and radio sociology, and, finally, Nietzsche, the Greeks, and Beethoven. Her books include Un politique brisé. Le souci d’autrui, l’humanisme, et les juifs chez Heidegger (Paris, 2016); La fin de la pensée? Philosophie analytique contre philosophie continentale (Paris, 2012); »Eines Gottes Glück, voller Macht und Liebe«. Beiträge zu Nietzsche Hölderlin Heidegger (Weimar, 2009); Words in Blood, Like Flowers (Albany, 2006). Her Nietzsche’s Philosophy of Science (New York, 1994) appears in Italian as Nietzsche e la scienza (Milan, 1996) and, revised, in German as Nietzsches Wissenschaftsphilosophie (Oxford/Bern, 2010). She has edited more than eight book collections in addition to editing Patrick Aidan Heelan, The Observable: Heisenberg’s Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics (Oxford/Bern, 2016).


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