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Jeffrey Goldfarb papers ➔ Seminar on Totalitarianism

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New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997). Graduate Faculty. (producer)
Jeffrey C. Goldfarb (speaker)
Henri Zukier (speaker)
Ira Katznelson (speaker)
Andrew Arato (speaker)
Aristide R. Zolberg (speaker)
Osborne P. Wiggins (speaker)


May 1 1985


New School sociologist Jeffrey Goldfarb holding Democracy Seminar on Hannah Arendt and Agnes Heller and the meaning and usefulness of the term, "totalitarianism." Goldfarb mentions Adam Michnik in prison asking for a New School observer at his trial and a concurrent seminar being held in Poland with the same readings. Questions and discussion begin at 22:26, with Henri Zukier. Cuts at 29:50 to outside, with loud noises and children's voices. Returns to discussion at 30:40, with Andrew Arato speaking. Discussion continues with another question from Henri Zukier.

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