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Third World Love began around 2002 in Barcelona for a one-time tour that instantly developed into a unique brotherhood, col-ed by the “strikingly talented” (Entertainment Weekly) Omer Avital on bass; trumpeter Avishai Cohen, a “gifted improviser whose “nu-bop aesthetic glances around the globe to see what rhythms can be added to the formula” (Village Voice); Daniel Freedman, whose “drumming retains a sumptuous authenticity, as if he learned everything from the dusty street of some South America or Africa urban center” (Modern Drummer); and pianist Yonatan Avishai, who has been hailed by Israeli magazine Ha’ir as a “genius pure and simple.”
This book has become something of a classic. It unearths a mass of detail about Arendt's life - the pages on her upbringing and experiences before her flight from Europe are particularly memorable. However, the main focus is kept firmly on the way Arendt's thought developed during her life. The author [who knew Arendt in her later years] is well versed in philosophy and political thought and so her account becomes a useful companion to studies of Arendt's many contributions to modern thought: 'totalitarianism', 'the banality of evil', the loss of public space in the contemporary west and much more. This book is not the kind of simple minded attempt to reduce thought to biography that we see all too often. While it is no hagiography [Arendt comes in for some serious criticism on occasion], it ends with a sense of celebration for a life well lived, one of passionate thinking motivated by 'love of the world'