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A dangerous mind

Carl Schmitt in post-war European thought

Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

A German public lawyer in the twentieth century
Masks and mirrors
In search of stability I : Schmittianism in the German constitutional jurisprudence
In search of stability II : industrial society, technocracy and the extinction of political will
Visions of global order : Schmitt, Aron and the civil servant of the world spirit
Schmitt and his historians : philosophies of history, the global civil war, and stranded objects
Melancholy modernism : the Ritter School
Don Carlos in Iberia : the 'new states' and the integrity of old Europe
The partisan in the landscape of treason : Schmitt's theory of guerilla warfare, and its partisans
Dangerous labyrinths : political theology and the legitimacy of the liberal age
Dangerous liaisons : Schmitt, the new left and the limits of liberalism
Terror, states of emergency and the liberal secessions
The death (and strange rebirth) of Carl Schmitt
Integral Europe and the rise of the European new right(s)
Schmitt's globalization : drawing the lines

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [251]-287) and index


Library of Congress
JC263 .S358 2003

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xi, 292 p. ;
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