Dear readers, TIM press invites you to hang out at this year's Interliber, November 12-17! You can find us at...Read More
An interview with Dijana Bahtijari, our editor who spoke with Nenad Bartolčić about the beginnings of TIM press, t...Read More
On the occasion of publishing Men in Dark Times, a book by a famous philosopher Hannah Arendt, the book of November is Letters: 1925-1975, a collection of letters that testifies to a half-century correspondence, both amatory and friendly, between Hannah Arendt and Martin Heidegger.
Illuminating, revealing, and tender throughout, this correspondence offers a glimpse into the inner lives of two major philosophers.
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Hannah Arendt is one of the most famous and influential thinkers of the 20th century. In this collection of essays she writes about people who illuminated the early 20th centuty, people like Karl Jaspers, Rosa Luxemburg, Pope John XXIII, Isak Dinesen, Bertolt Brecht, Randall Jarrell, and others. „Dark times“ is Brecht's phrase, and Hannah Arendt uses it not to suggest that those she writes about are „mouthpieces of the Zeitgeist“ (none in fact fit such roles), but, rather, that the routine repetitive horrors of our century form the substance of the dark against which their lives of illumination were lived. All the essays, written over a period of years, are concerned with persons – writers who (except Lessing) share the first half of the twentieth century – and only implicitly with issues...Open