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War/Non War?: A Dilemma

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Paperback, 78 pages
Published August 18th 2004 by Plutarch Press
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By the time Schmitt gave this lecture in 1938, Nazi Germany was continuing its expansionist foreign policy (although it had not annexed Austria and the Munich Crisis was still a bit away). Schmitt had lost some of his standing with the party by this time, but he continued as a university professor and many of his writings demonstrate support for German expansionism. This particular pamphlet/lecture examines competing theories of international law and how it should be institutionalized. Schmitt's ...more
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Carl Schmitt's early career as an academic lawyer falls into the last years of the Wilhelmine Empire. (See for Schmitt's life and career: Bendersky 1983; Balakrishnan 2000; Mehring 2009.) But Schmitt wrote his most influential works, as a young professor of constitutional law in Bonn and later in Berlin, during the Weimar-period: Political Theology, presenting Schmitt's theory of sovereignty, appe ...more
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