This article intends to analyze the relations between Nietzsche’s concept of herd animal and Arendt’s concept of mass man. It will be highlighted the parallels between both philosophers concepts in an attempt to answer why Arendt doesn’t mention Nietzsche regarding this specific subject
Keywords Arendt – Nietzsche – mass man – herd animal.  Nietzsche  homem de massas  Arendt  animal de rebanho
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