Legal classics library. World constitutions illustrated.
"Portions of this volume were previously published in the Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, vol. 10, no. 1 (1997)."--Title page verso.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Carl Schmitt's critique of liberalism: systematic reconstruction and countercriticism /Heiner Bielefeldt The concept of the political: a key to understanding Carl Schmitt's constitutional theory /Ernst- Wolfgang Böckenförde From legitimacy to dictatorship and back again: Leo Strauss's critique of the anti-liberalism of Carl Schmitt /Robert Howse Hostis not imicus: toward a theory of the public in the work of Carl Schmitt /Ellen Kennedy Pluralism and the crisis of parliamentary democracy /Dominique Leydet Liberalism as a "metaphysical system": the methodological structure of Carl Schmitt's critique of political rationalism /Reinhard Mehring Carl Schmitt and the paradox of liberal democracy /Chantal Mouffe Carl Schmitt on sovereignty and constituent power /Renato Cristi The 1933 "break" in Carl Schmitt's theory /Ingeborg Maus Dilemmas of dictatorship: Carl Schmitt and constitutional emergency powers /John P. McCormick Revolutions and constitutions: Hannah Arendt's challenge to Carl Schmitt /William E. Scheuerman Carl Schmitt's internal critique of liberal constitutionalism: Verfassungslehre as a response to the Weimer State crisis /Jeffrey Seitzer.
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