Category Archives: Carl Schmitt

Books received – Schmitt, Kurelić, Porchnev, JUCS, Annals, RP, The Funambulist

Carl Schmitt’s Dialogues on Power and Space, Zoran Kurelić (ed.), Violence, Art and Politics (a gift from one of the contributors, Krešimir Petković), Boris Porchnev’s Les soulèvements populaires en France de 1623 à 1648 (see why here), and recent issues of the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies, Annals … Continue reading

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Foucault on Prisons (and Elden on Schmitt) in Radical Philosophy open access to link to Nottingham conference

From the good people at Radical Philosophy, in relation to tomorrow’s conference: A free two-day conference, ‘Time Served: Discipline and Punish Forty Years On,’ begins tomorrow at Nottingham Trent University, rethinking the legacy of Foucault’s text today and RP contributor … Continue reading

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Claudio Minca and Rory Rowan, On Schmitt and Space – now published with Routledge

Claudio Minca and Rory Rowan, On Schmitt and Space – now published with Routledge. Currently only in expensive hardback, but paperback to follow. This book represents the first comprehensive study of the influential German legal and political thinker Carl Schmitt’s spatial … Continue reading

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Jennifer Bates and Richard Wilson (eds.), Shakespeare and Continental Philosophy

This looks an interesting collection – Jennifer Bates and Richard Wilson (eds.), Shakespeare and Continental Philosophy. This collection of 15 essays by celebrated authors in Shakespeare studies and in continental philosophy develops different aspects of the interface between continental thinking … Continue reading

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Political Theology and Modernity: The Legacy of Carl Schmitt – Lancaster 9 June 2014

Political Theology and Modernity – The Legacy of Carl Schmitt Day Event at Lancaster University, Monday 9th June 2014 The Northern Theory Group in conjunction with the Journal for Cultural Research and the Politics, Philosophy and Religion Department of Lancaster University is organizing a one-day … Continue reading

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Claudio Minca & Rory Rowan – The question of space in Carl Schmitt

Claudio Minca & Rory Rowan’s article “The question of space in Carl Schmitt” is now available in the online part of Progress in Human Geography, ahead of appearing in print (requires subscription). In this paper we present an analysis of the … Continue reading

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Books received – Caygill, Schmitt, Heath-Kelly

Howard Caygill, On Resistance (see also Jacqueline Rose’s review here); Carl Schmitt’s Dictatorship; and Charlotte Heath-Kelly’s Politics of Violence.

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John Agnew review of Stephen Legg (ed.) Spatiality, Sovereignty and Carl Schmitt

John Agnew reviews Stephen Legg (ed.) Spatiality, Sovereignty and Carl Schmitt: Geographies of the Nomos in Progress in Human Geography – here (requires subscription).

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Books received

The Korean translation of Lefebvre’s Rhythmanalysis (including my introduction from the English translation); Jacob Taubes, To Carl Schmitt; Richard J. Bernstein’s Violence; and the 2013 diary from Passia, with a wealth of maps, information and data on Palestine, along with … Continue reading

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Taubes-Schmitt correspondence

To Carl Schmitt: Letters and Reflections by Jacob Taubes translated by Keith Tribe and with an introduction by Mike Grimshaw, has just been published by Columbia University Press. The announcement on the AUFS blog has a discount code.

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