Carl schmitt constitutional theory ebook

 

    Carl Schmitt's magnum opus, Constitutional Theory, was originally published in and has been in print in German ever since. This volume makes Schmitt's. Carl Schmitt's magnum opus, Constitutional Theory, was originally published in and has been in print in German ever since. This volume. Political theory/Legal studies Carl Schmitt's magnum opus, Constitutional Theory, was originally published in and has been in print in German ever since.

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    Carl Schmitt Constitutional Theory Ebook

    Editorial Reviews. Review. "Our understanding of Carl Schmitt's work is bedevilled by two eBook features: Highlight, take notes, and search in the book ; In this edition, page numbers are just like the physical edition; Length: pages; Word Wise. Read "Carl Schmitt's State and Constitutional Theory A Critical Analysis" by Benjamin Schupmann available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today. This book analyzes Carl Schmitt's state and constitutional theory and shows how he conceived it in response to the Weimar crisis. Schmitt modeled his theory on.

    Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! See if you have enough points for this item. Can an illiberal antidemocratic party legitimately obtain power through democratic elections and amend liberalism and democracy out of the constitution entirely? In Weimar Germany, these theoretical questions were both practically and existentially relevant. By , the Nazi and Communist parties combined held a majority of seats in parliament. Neither accepted the legitimacy of liberal democracy. Their only reason for participating democratically was to amend the constitution out of existence. This book analyses Carl Schmitt's state and constitutional theory and shows how it was conceived in response to the Weimar crisis. Right-wing and left-wing political extremists recognized that a path to legal revolution lay in the Weimar constitution's combination of democratic procedures, total neutrality toward political goals, and positive law.

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