Oh, Eichmann in Jerusalem; that was the second of Arendt’s writing that I read – after Men in Dark Times. Upon seeing that I was reading the latter, my physician recommended the former if I wanted “my mind blown and constantly punched in the gut.” He was not wrong. I would recommend, if you haven’t read it, Arendt’s The Human Condition as well, which stands as, I think, her most mature and complete writing on politics, economics, and the state of humankind.
As for your slate of readings, I’m glad to see you survived the succession of Eichmann, The Prince, and Republic with psyche intact – no small feat! I have yet to pick up Popper, though; any thoughts on his writing?