Hannah Arendt

Hannah Arendt

Many at The New School would agree that it is difficult to graduate from the university without hearing the name Hannah Arendt. Working primarily

Frieda Wunderlich

Frieda Wunderlich

Frieda Wunderlich was one of ten German professors brought to the United States by the New School for Social Research in 1933 to form

Max Wertheimer

Max Wertheimer

Max Wertheimer was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia during the late 1800s. His father was an educator and served as the director of a local

Leo Strauss

Leo Strauss

Leo Strauss was a twentieth-century German Jewish émigré to the United States whose intellectual corpus spans ancient, medieval and modern political philosophy and includes,

Hans Staudinger

Hans Staudinger

Hans Staudinger (born 16 August 1889 in Worms, Germany; died 25 February 1980 in New York City, NY) was a politician of the Social

Hans Speier

Hans Speier

In 1933, Professor Speier came to the United States from Berlin and was one of 10 intellectuals who formed the University in Exile and

Alfred Schutz

Alfred Schutz

Alfred Schutz, (born April 13, 1899, Vienna, Austria—died May 20, 1959, New York, N.Y., U.S.), Austrian-born U.S. sociologist and philosopher who developed a social

Kurt Riezler

Kurt Riezler

Kurt Riezler (February 11, 1882 – September 5, 1955) was a German philosopher and diplomat. A top-level cabinet adviser in the German Empire and

Maurice Natanson

Maurice Natanson

Maurice Alexander Natanson (1924–1996) was an American philosopher “who helped introduce the work of Jean-Paul Sartre and Edmund Husserl in the United States”[2] He

Jakob Marschak

Jakob Marschak

Jacob Marschak (23 July 1898 – 27 July 1977) was a Russian-American economist, known as “the Father of Econometrics”. Jacob Marschak (until 1933 Jakob)

Karl Löwith

Karl Löwith

Karl Löwith (9 January 1897 – 26 May 1973), was a German philosopher, a student of Heidegger. Löwith was one of the most prolific

Alezandre Koyre

Alezandre Koyre

Alexandre Koyré (French: [kwaʁe]; 29 August 1892 – 28 April 1964), was a French philosopher of Russian origin who wrote on the history and