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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Carl Schmitt und die Juden : eine deutsche Rechtslehre

Gross, Raphael 2000 (has links) (PDF)
Univ., Diss.--Essen, 1997. Literaturverz. S. 391 - 429.
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Der Beutewert des Staates : Carl Schmitt und der Pluralismus

Waldstein, Thor von 2008 (has links)
Zugl.: Bochum, Univ., Diss., 1989 u.d.T.: Waldstein, Thor von: Die Pluralismuskritik in der Staatslehre von Carl Schmitt
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Katechon oder Großinquisitor? : eine Studie zu Inhalt und Struktur der politischen Theologie Carl Schmitts

Motschenbacher, Alfons. 2000 (has links) (PDF)
Univ., Diss.--Bamberg, 1997. Bibliographie S. 393 - 416.
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Political poetics

Reyes, Cyril. 2008 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)--York University, 2008. Graduate Programme in Interdisciplinary Studies. Typescript. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 139-141). Also available on the Internet. MODE OF ACCESS via web browser by entering the following URL: http://gateway.proquest.com/openurl?url_ver=Z39.88-2004&res_dat=xri:pqdiss&rft_val_fmt=info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:dissertation&rft_dat=xri:pqdiss:MR45968
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Do político à segurança e de volta outra vez: Carl Schmitt nos estudos críticos de segurança From the political to security and back again: Carl Schmitt in critical security studies

Campos, Rodrigo Duque Estrada [UNESP] 19 April 2017 (has links)
Submitted by RODRIGO DUQUE ESTRADA CAMPOS null (rodpanzera@gmail.com) on 2017-04-24T17:23:28Z No. of bitstreams: 1 Dissertação_Final_Rodrigo.pdf: 1595566 bytes, checksum: 996cb583b78dfd717151d546ad6162be (MD5) Approved for entry into archive by Luiz Galeffi (luizgaleffi@gmail.com) on 2017-04-26T13:46:26Z (GMT) No. of bitstreams: 1 campos_rde_me_mar.pdf: 1595566 bytes, checksum: 996cb583b78dfd717151d546ad6162be (MD5) Made available in DSpace on 2017-04-26T13:46:26Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 campos_rde_me_mar.pdf: 1595566 bytes, checksum: 996cb583b78dfd717151d546ad6162be (MD5) Previous issue date: 2017-04-19 Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES) A dissertação analisa o processo de recepção de Carl Schmitt nos Estudos Críticos de Segurança. Com base na discussão metodológica da história das ideias, problematizamos a bifurcação típica entre textualismo e contextualismo como princípios unívocos de interpretação do significado dos textos. Relevante para nossa análise não é identificar apenas o que o controverso jurista alemão realmente quis dizer em seus textos, mas o fato de que o significado de sua obra está também condicionado ao uso que se faz dela, e do que se pode fazê-la “falar” com base na recepção do pensamento de Schmitt. Quais os usos de Carl Schmitt nos Estudos Críticos de Segurança e que estruturas de pressuposições e interesses condicionam a leitura do pensador na área? Para responder tal pergunta, o primeiro capítulo oferece uma breve introdução ao pensamento de Schmitt, com especial atenção ao seu ‘pensamento internacional’. O segundo capítulo analisa a primeira via de recepção de Schmitt nos Estudos Críticos de Segurança, onde se construiu uma hermenêutica negativa no âmbito dos debates sobre a teoria da securitização e a necessidade normativa de se afastar da “lógica schmitteana” da segurança; o terceiro capítulo analisa a segunda via de recepção de Schmitt, que envolve críticas a uma concepção universal e intrínseca da segurança. Para os autores desta linha interpretativa, a crítica ao arcabouço teórico de Schmitt sobre o decisionismo soberano e o conceito do político permitiria deslocar a gramática fixa da segurança em termos mais progressistas e emancipadores; o último capítulo analisa a apropriação individual de Andreas Behnke da obra de Schmitt, que constitui a última via de recepção (até o presente momento) do autor nos ECS. Fugindo da hermenêutica negativa, Behnke critica o que considera a leitura reducionista de Schmitt nos ECS e constrói um novo marco analítico schmitteano da segurança, que expande o leque bibliográfico de Schmitt e critica as premissas liberais da maior parte dos ECS. This dissertation thesis analyses the process of intellectual reception of Carl Schmitt in Critical Security Studies. Drawing upon the methodological discussion on the history of ideas, we question the typical bifurcation between textualism and contextualism as univocal principles of interpretation of the meaning of texts. Relevant to our analysis is not only to identify what the controversial German jurist really meant to say in his texts, but that its meaning is also conditioned by the use that is made out of it, of what one can make Schmitt “say” concerning the reception of his thought. What have been the uses of Carl Schmitt in Critical Security Studies and what structure of presuppositions and interests condition the social reading of the thinker in the area? To answer such questions, the first chapter offers a brief introduction to Schmitt’s thought, with a special attention to his “international” thinking. The second chapter analyses the first reception venue of Schmitt in Critical Security Studies, where it developed a negative hermeneutics in the debates about securitization theory and the normative need to depart from the ‘Schmittean logic’ of security; the second chapter analyses the second reception venue, which involves the critique to a universal and intrinsic concept of security. To the authors of this line of interpretation, the critique of Schmitt’s theoretical framework on sovereign decisionism and the concept of the political would allow to shift the fixed grammar of security towards a more progressive and emancipative terms; the last chapter analyses the individual appropriation of Schmitt by Andreas Behnke, who developed the last reception venue until the present moment. Escaping the negative hermeneutics, Behnke builds a new Schmittean analytical framework for security, which expands on Schmitt’s bibliographical horizon and criticizes the predominantly liberal premises of Critical Security Studies.
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Ruská kritika západního liberalismu za vlády Vladimira Putina Russia's Critique of Western Liberalism under Vladimir Putin

Frenzel, Stefanie 2018 (has links)
While most of the states have embraced capitalist market economy, liberal and democratic norms face resistance in large parts of the world. The \enquote{liberal West} under the leadership of the United States has to face critique of his democratization practices and alleged hypocrisy when dealing with the enforcement of its own norms. One of the loudest critics is Russia under President Vladimir Putin. The first objective of my thesis is to understand the rationale behind Russia's Foreign Policy because without that, no efficient and deescalating policies towards Russia can be developed. I do this by means of an ideological discourse analysis of some of the most famous of Putin's speeches. The concepts of the German philosopher Carl Schmitt serve as a frame for tracing the ideas expressed in the speeches of the Russian President. The analysis concludes that, at least rhetorically, democracy, trust, disarmament, freedom of speech, balance of power and the UN as universal institution have a central place for both the Western World and Russia. NATO expansion, U.S. intervention in the Middle East and, related to that, the alleged non--respect of sovereignty are the most dividing issues between Russia and the Western liberal democracies. It becomes clear that Russia has the impression that Western liberal...
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Legitimität gegen Legalität : der Weg der politischen Philosophie Carl Schmitts

Hofmann, Hasso. 2002 (has links) (PDF)
Univ., Diss.--Erlangen-Nürnberg, 1962.
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[en] STATE OF EXCEPTION AS RUPTURE: A STUDY BASED ON CARL SCHMITT AND WALTER BENJAMIN [pt] ESTADO DE EXCEÇÃO COMO RUPTURA: UMA LEITURA A PARTIR DE CARL SCHMITT E WALTER BENJAMIN

LETÍCIA GARCIA RIBEIRO DYNIEWICZ 16 August 2016 (has links)
[pt] A tese toma como problema central discutir a possibilidade de ruptura da ordem constitucional por meio do estado de exceção, compreendido a partir das leituras de Carl Schmitt e Walter Benjamin. Propõe-se refletir sobre o estado de exceção não tanto como um conceito jurídico, mas como um momento que tem a possibilidade de romper ou não com a ordem jurídica até então vigente. Sendo assim, a hipótese defendida por este trabalho consiste na premissa da existência de um ponto cego no constitucionalismo liberal — uma forma de pensar o direito que, em linhas gerais, garante aos indivíduos, primeiramente, a não interferência do Estado nas relações privadas e, em segundo lugar, a possibilidade de participar do processo decisório -, qual seja: o estado de exceção. Carl Schmitt e Walter Benjamin - autores situados em extremos opostos do espectro político - compreendem a exceção nesse sentido, ou seja, como uma incapacidade do constitucionalismo liberal para tratar da possibilidade da ruptura da ordem. Por não tratar dessa fissura a partir da qual se inicia o direito, também não discute a violência que o funda e o mantém. Em outras palavras, o constitucionalismo liberal não enfrenta a exceção porque ela minaria sua própria existência e seu pressuposto. O estado de exceção, pensado tanto como mecanismo garantidor da ordem quanto como momento de ruptura, abala tais pressupostos, desnudando o constitucionalismo liberal. Para corroborar tal hipótese, o trabalho será dividido em três capítulos. No primeiro deles, expõe-se um rápido quadro histórico do momento de Weimar para contextualizar o surgimento de tais teorias. Em seguida, trata-se de aproximar e afastar Walter Benjamin e Carl Schmitt nos pressupostos que irão levar os autores a pensar o estado de exceção: a teologia política, a social-democracia e a crítica à técnica. No segundo capítulo, levanta-se a hipótese de que Schmitt teme a exceção como momento de ruptura que desencaderia o caos, por isso sua defesa de uma constituição autoritária. Para tanto, o capítulo divide-se em quatro partes. Na primeira delas, aborda-se a relação entre sujeito romântico e liberalismo. Na segunda, a tensão entre política e direito. Adiante, aborda-se soberania, política e democracia e, por último, a questão da ruptura. O último capítulo trata de pensar o direito a partir de Walter Benjamin, em especial no que diz respeito à lei e à soberania. Primeiramente, a análise centra-se na questão da soberania, para em seguida, desenvolver as concepções metodológicas e políticas de história que levaram Benjamin a pensar em um permanente estado de exceção. [en] This thesis takes as its central problem the discussion on the possibility of rupture of the constitutional order by means of the state of exception, as understood by Carl Schmitt s and Walter Benjamin s readings. It proposes the comprehension of the state of exception not so much as a legal concept, but as a moment that can or cannot break the actual juridical order. Thus, the hypothesis assumed by this thesis is that there is a blind spot in liberal constitutionalism — a point of view on law that, in general terms, assures the individual, firstly, the nonintervention of the State on private affairs, and, secondly, the possibility of taking part in the decision-making process —, that is, the state of exception. Both Carl Schmitt and Walter Benjamin — authors who hold opposite positions on the political spectrum — understand exception according to this meaning, that is to say, as the impossibility of liberal constitutionalism to deal with an eventual break of the order. Since it does not treat on this fissure from which law begins, it also does not discuss the violence that founds it and keeps it. In other words, the liberal constitutionalism does not faces exception because it would undermine its very existence and premises. The state of exception, considered both as a guarantor of order and as a moment of rupture, unsettles those premises, exposing liberal constitutionalism. In order to corroborate this hypothesis, this thesis is divided in three chapters. In the first one, a brief historical background of the Weimar Moment is presented, in order to contextualize the emergence of those theories. Then, it deals with the accords and discords between Walter Benjamin and Carl Schmitt concerning the assumptions that move both authors to think of the state of exception: political theology, social democracy, and critique of technique. In the second chapter, it is proposed the hypothesis that Schmitt would be afraid of exception as a moment of rupture that could initiate chaos, hence his defense of an authoritarian constitution. For this purpose, the chapter is divided in four parts. The first one treats on the relation between romantic subject and liberalism. The second, on the tension between politics and law. Further on, it treats on sovereignty, politics and democracy, and, finally, the issue of rupture. The last chapter thinks Legal Studies on the basis of Walter Benjamin s ideas, especially those concerning law and sovereignty. First, the analysis is centered on the question of sovereignty, and, next, it develops the methodological and politic conceptions of history that moved Benjamin to think of a permanent state of exception.
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Exception and Governmentality in the Critique of Sovereignty

Burles, Regan Maynard 2014 (has links)
This thesis investigates the relation between exception and governmentality in the critique of sovereignty. It considers exception and governmentality as an expression of the problem of sovereignty and argues that this problem is expressed both within the accounts of sovereignty that exception and governmentality articulate, as well as between them. Taking Michel Foucault and Carl Schmitt as the paradigmatic theorists of governmentality and exception, respectively, I engage in close readings of the texts in which these concepts are most thoroughly elaborated: Security, Territory, Population and Political Theology. These readings demonstrate that, despite their apparent differences, exception and governmentality cannot be differentiated from one another. The instability evident in Schmitt and Foucault’s concepts show that the relation between them is best characterized as aporetic. Graduate 0615 0616 reganburles@gmail.com
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From public/private spheres to tout autre est tout autre: christianity and politics in Carl Schmitt's The concept of the political and Jacques Derrida's The gift of death

Durden, William. 2008 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)--Western Washington University, 2008. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 44-45). Also available in electronic format.

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