'This collection provides innovative and provocative readings and re-readings of significant aspects of Arendt's work, suggesting that, twenty years after her death, we can better afford to listen to her. Because of the caliber of the contributors, this will make a significant contribution to the exponentially growing field of Arendt scholarship.' -- Lisa J. Disch, University of Minnesota Hannah Arendt (1906-1975) was one of the most important political philosophers of our century. Now, twenty years after her death, this collection of fifteen essays brings her work into dialogue with those philosophical views that are at center stage today--in critical theory, communitarianism, virtue theory, and feminism. An extensive bibliography of work on Arendt in English is included as an appendix. THE ESSAYSHannah Arendt as a Conservative ThinkerMargaret Canovan. Hannah Arendt on Judgment: The Unwritten Doctrine of ReasonAlbrecht Wellmer. The Moral Costs of Political Pluralism: The Dilemmas of Difference and Equality in Arendt's 'Reflections on Little Rock,'James Bohman. Socialization and Institutional EvilLarry May. The Commodification of ValuesElizabeth M. Meade. Did Hannah Arendt Change Her Mind?: From Radical Evil to the Banality of EvilRichard J. Bernstein. Evil and Plurality: Hannah Arendt's Way to The Life of the Mind, IJerome Kohn. The Banality of Philosophy: Arendt on Heidegger and EichmannDana R. Villa. Thinking about the SelfSuzanne Duvall Jacobitti. Novus Ordo Saeclorum: The Trial of (Post)Modernity or the Tale of Two RevolutionsDavid Ingram. The Political Dimension of the Public World: On Hannah Arendt's Interpretation of Martin HeideggerJeffrey Andrew Barash. Love and Worldliness: Hannah Arendt's Reading of St. AugustineRonald Beiner. Women in Dark Times: Rahel Varnhagen, Rosa Luxemburg, Hannah Arendt, and MeBat-Ami Bar On. Hannah Arendt among FeministsElisabeth Young-Bruehl. Ethics in Many VoicesAnnette C. Baier.