This is the first session of a course taught by Hubert Dreyfus at the University of California, Berkeley in Spring 2005 on The Phenomenology of Perception. The wonderful voice of Dreyfus is the perfect thing to listen to on this eighth day of ‘shelter in place.’ Several of his courses have been preserved by Archive.org.
The Naysayers: Walter Benjamin, Theodor Adorno, and the critique of pop culture
by Alex Ross, The New Yorker, September 15, 2014
The Frankfurt School Knew Trump Was Coming
by Alex Ross, The New Yorker, December 5, 2016
Why a forgotten 1930s critique of capitalism is back in fashion
by Stuart Jeffries, The Guardian, September 9, 2016
The entire 1986 film Rosa Luxemburg by Margarethe von Trotta is online at Archive.org. (English subtitles)
Hannah Arendt Center at Bard
Includes the Hannah Arendt Library
The Hannah Arendt Papers at The Library of Congress
Gifted by Hannah Arendt between 1965 – 2000, the papers span the years 1898 to 1977.
Hannah Arendt: Essays in Understanding, 1930-1954 – full text at Archive.org
Includes Franz Kafka: A Revaluation
Enter the Hannah Arendt Archives & Discover Rare Audio Lectures, Manuscripts, Marginalia, Letters, Postcards & More, Open Culture
This article includes audio of Arendt’s speech “Power & Violence”
Philosophy 6, taught by Hubert Dreyfus. This is the first lecture (the sound has some glitches in the beginning but improves). The rest of the course is on Archive.org and includes lectures on The Odyssey, Oresteia, Aeneid, Gospel of John, The Divine Comedy, Pascal’s Pensees, and Moby Dick.
My 2008 online project, Isolatoes, was a direct result of listening in on this class.
What are the Chances? Success in the Arts in the 21st Century by Alexis Clements
Judith Butler: Who Owns Kafka? – audio podcast