George L. Mosse series in modern European cultural and intellectual history.
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The Jews in Schmitt's early work Schmitt's position in 1933 Schmitt's assault on the "Jewish legal state" "Judaism in legal studies" The French Revolution and the Catholic reaction The counterrevolution in the Weimar Republic Catholic atheism Political theology as a Festschrift for Max Weber Jewish emancipation or a "Christian state" Protestant atheism "Pure legal theory" as secularized theology of the enemy The Jews in the Christian history of salvation Depolitization Desubstantialization The flight into religion Schmitt's struggle against the theologians and Jews.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.