A similar qualification is offered in other texts. Thus, it seems that there is an idiosyncratic and perhaps even an eccentric dimension to his use of the term. In order to shed some light on this question, I wish to bring his work into dialogue with that of German political theorist Carl Schmitt. And indeed, at first glance, this seems as good a place as any at which to begin.

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Schmitt wrote extensively about the effective wielding of political power. He is noted as a critic of parliamentary democracy, liberalism, and cosmopolitanism, [3] and his work has been a major influence on subsequent political theory, legal theory, continental philosophy, and political theology , but the value and significance of his work is subject to controversy, mainly due to his intellectual support for and active involvement with Nazism. Schmitt was born in Plettenberg , Westphalia , German Empire. His father was a minor businessman.


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Within this context, Balakrishnan not only regards Schmitt as a necessary complement to Marx, but clearly as a superior analytical voice and point of reference in fully understanding the legal-political controversies and geopolitics that marked the crisis-ridden transition from the ius publicum europaeum —the classical European inter-state order, regulated by international law—to an apparently de-politicized legal-moral universalism, codified in the Versailles Peace Treaty and institutionalized in the League of Nations. Schmitt, Balakrishnan suggests, identified a politico-jurisprudential problematic—and developed a corresponding categorial register—that Marx, in his own time, had never fully addressed or conceptualized. The first aim conveys the nature of the work better than the second. The growing recognition and celebration of Schmitt in the wider social sciences and, specifically, in the field of International Relations, the actuality of Schmittian tropes in 21st-century American foreign-policy circles and the current contestation of dictatorial states of exception across the Middle East, from Tunisia and Egypt via Syria to Bahrain, have sharply re-politicized his significance, reception and legacy.


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