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Carl Schmitt, Crown Jurist of the Third Reich: On Preemptive War, Military Occupation, and World Empire (Studies in Political Science S. No. 27)By: Peter Stirk (author)Hardback
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DescriptionCarl Schmitt is one of the most contentious political theorists of the 20th century. His complicity in Nazi Germany left him discredited yet he has continued to attract widespread attention as an insightful, if flawed, critic of the modern world and global ambitions. Essays in this volume explore related aspects of Schmitt's arguments against intervention, concepts about the enemy, occupation, etc.
ContentsPreface vii; Acknowledgements xiii; Introduction: Carl Schmitt's Arguments and the Twenty-First Century 1; PART I: Carl Schmitt's Arguments 9; Indecision 9; Myth 11; The Enemy 14; The Myth of the Enemy 16; Intervention and the Global Order 21; The Fate of the European Order 26; The Partisan 31; PART 2: Carl Schmitt's Arguments in the Twenty-First Century 35; Indecision and the Enemy 36; War Myths 38; The Myth of War 40; Intervention 42; Occupation 49; Empire and the World Order 53; Conclusion 57; Chapter 1: Carl Schmitt's Volkerrechtliche Grossraumordnung 67; Chapter 2: Carl Schmitt's Enemy and the Rhetoric of Anti-Interventionism 91; Chapter 3: Carl Schmitt, the Law of Occupation and the Iraq War 115; Select Bibliography 131; Index 143.
- publication date: 31/08/2005
- ISBN13: 9780773461123
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 160
- ID: 9780773461123
- ISBN10: 0773461124
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