6 edition of Carl Schmitt and the Jews found in the catalog.
July 2, 2007
by University of Wisconsin Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Peter C. Caldwell (Foreword), Joel Golb (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
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In Carl Schmitt and the Jews, available in English for the first time, historian Raphael Gross vigorously repudiates this "opportunism thesis." Through a reading of Schmitt's corpus, some of which became available only after his death, Gross highlights the importance of 2/5(1). Carl Schmitt and the Jews book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. German jurist and legal theorist Carl Schmitt (–) s Ratings: 0. In Carl Schmitt and the Jews, available in English for the first time, historian Raphael Gross vigorously repudiates this "opportunism thesis." Through a reading of Schmitt's corpus, some of which became available only after his death, Gross highlights the importance of.
For Schmitt, Jews (as liberals par excellence) are not so much the political enemy as the enemy of politics. Historian Raphael Gross, in an important book, Carl Schmitt and the Jews, already laid bare the profound affinities between Schmitt’s anti-Semitism and his political theory.
Although Schmitt’s published writings show signs of.