Hannah Arendt Quote

Expulsion and genocide, though both are international offenses, must remain distinct; the former is an offense against fellow-nations, whereas the latter is an attack upon human diversity as such, that is, upon a characteristic of the "human status" without which the very words "mankind" or "humanity" would be devoid of meaning.


The Portable Hannah Arendt (ed. Penguin Group USA, 2000)

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