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(p. 803) Index

(p. 803) Index

Abendroth, Wolfgang 155, 167, 429–432, 435
Abitur 149
absolutism 19, 174, 218, 228, 229, 269, 369, 372, 381, 382, 385–388, 391, 394, 396, 397, 399, 400, 483, 496, 504, 552, 577, 596, 707, 719, 723
Academia Moralis xxix, 11, 68, 157–158, 168
acclamation 156, 187, 256, 260, 280, 314, 329–330, 332, 334, 335, 378, 429, 478–479, 481, 498, 503, 613, 622, 735, 742
Action Françoise 79
Ackerman, Bruce 444–445
Adams, Paul 105, 131
administrative state. See state
Adorno, Theodor W. 683, 700
aesthetic experience 294, 738
aesthetic play versus historical experience 660, 732, 736, 739, 737
aesthetics 39, 40, 52, 295, 352, 666, 671–672, 678, 704, 732–734, 737–744, 747, 748
___, transition to legality 671
affect 101–102, 106–107, 355, 636, 645, 707, 771
___, antisemitic 101–102, 107
Agamben, Giorgio 51, 60, 245, 261, 262, 265, 327, 442, 457–470, 570, 588, 632, 637, 642–643, 654, 683, 697, 700, 702, 737, 748, 777, 793–795, 800, 801
___, interpretation of Trinitarianism 261
___, on Ausnahmezustand (state of exception) 683, 793–795
age of concentration 128
agency problems 615
agents 16, 20, 47, 81, 180, 318, 327, 476, 484, 494, 615, 620, 625
agnosticism 286, 341, 349, 352, 360, 362–363, 603
aggressive war 10, 140, 273
Agrippa, Menenius 761
agonistic politics 447–448
Althusius, as a canonical source of political philosophy 228, 571
Altmann, Rüdiger 157, 165, 431, 432
American captivity. See United States
Angst 120–122, 135, 137, 142
anarchists 109
ancien régime 41, 386, 388–389, 399, 425, 669, 671
Andersch, Alfred 155
anomie 630, 637
antagonism 20, 23–24, 27, 235, 278, 296, 315, 377, 402, 441, 447–448, 458, 482, 485, 486, 577, 594, 605, 757
anthropology 123, 207, 210, 299, 310, 416, 663, 719, 727
___, as replacing theology 663
Antichrist 35, 46–47, 108, 156, 258, 381, 415–417, 421, 604, 636, 687, 715, 719
anti-cosmopolitan 376
anti-democratic 503
anti-Jewish boycotts xxiv, 135–136
anti-Judaism 124, 719
___, Christian 80, 98,
anti-liberal 35, 370, 503–504
anti-liberalism 493, 749
anti-Roman temper 246
antisemitic 8, 47, 96–111, 129, 134, 136, 140, 165, 173, 270, 451, 634, 647–649, 726, 798
___ affect 107
antisemitism 80, 96–113, 119, 124, 130, 134–136, 139–141, 143, 145, 171, 206, 207, 210, 283, 313, 343, 364, 367, 426, 428, 539, 633, 647, 693, 706, 717, 799
Aquinas, Thomas 79
Aragon, Louis 688
Arcanum 114, 160, 464
Argentina 149
aristocratic 357, 387, 479–480, 499, 662
aristocracy 189, 386–387, 396, 397, 585, 614, 756
Aristotelian social solidarity 280
Aristotle 192, 257, 261, 280, 292, 300, 469, 614, 671, 755–756, 758, 771, 773–774
Aron, Raymond 105, 113, 292, 300–305, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311
art, political stakes of 686, 731
assembly 235, 253–255, 263, 316, 478, 480, 521–522, 536, 538, 556, 689, 758
___, constituent xx, 231, 476, 478
___, constitutional 328, 554
Association of German Public Law Professors. See Vereinigung der deutschen Staatsrechtslehrer
Association of National Socialist German Legal Professionals. See Bund Nationalsozialistischer Deutscher Juristen
Atlantic 313, 384, 449
Augstein, Rudolf 160
Augustine 152, 161, 258, 265, 718, 754
Austin, John 532, 535, 539
Austria-Hungary 47, 392
Austrian Federal Constitution of 1920 512, 521–522, 531, 532, 537
Austro-Hungarian Empire 511, 521
authoritarian 13, 27, 36, 55, 61, 62, 82, 173, 192–194, 196, 203, 205, 207, 236, 241, 270–271, 282, 287–288, 366, 381, 415, 435, 444, 482, 485, 499, 548, 556–565, 567, 604, 650, 694, 749
authoritarianism 173, 196, 203, 381
authority 12, 22, 28–32, 52, 61, 69, 81–82, 86–87, 123, 128, 132, 134, 185, 187, 191–195, 222–225, 228, 235, 242, 249–254, 258, 260, 265, 266, 271, 276, 279–281, 286–288, 301–303, 312–313, 317, 320, 323, 327, 332, 339, 350, 353, 359–360, 377, 381–382, 386, 395, 421, 431 471, 474, 477, 481–483, 492, 494, 496, 498–505, 522, 529–530, 548–551, 555–558, 571–578, 582–584, 587, 588, 610, 614, 622–623, 630, 633, 636, 639–641, 687, 689, 691–694, 710, 717, 721, 724, 733–740, 743, 746–747, 748, 751, 754, 760–765, 768, 772, 789
___, and the idea of auctoritas interpositio 250
___ as an independent form of legitimation 737, 740
Badiou, Alain 259, 302, 309, 310
Bakhtin, Mikhail 64
Bakunin, Mikhail 245–248, 262, 265, 280, 705
Balakrishnan, Gopal xvi, 58, 60, 189, 191, 209, 367, 395, 397, 400, 427–428, 439–443, 446–450, 452
Balke, Friedrich 6, 55, 58, 60, 112, 113, 629–656, 675, 677, 726, 727, 773, 774, 795–796, 799, 800
Ball, Hugo xxi, 37, 40, 63, 74, 91, 222, 684, 712, 761, 774
Barion, Hans xxx, 11, 60, 80, 93, 166, 709, 712, 725, 727
Barth, Karl 85, 92
Basic Law. See Germany
basic norm 35, 326, 335, 493, 519–520, 531, 532, 535, 536, 581
___, Hans Kelsen’s concept of 531, 552, 536, 544
basic rights 323, 329, 498, 523–524, 537, 549, 551–554
Bauman, Zygmunt 12–16, 60, 632–633, 646–648, 652, 653, 654
Begriffsgeschichte (conceptual history) 10, 19, 367, 369, 371, 578, 589, 712, 728
Begriffsjurisprudenz (mechanical jurisprudence) 526, 538
behemoth xxxix, 54, 257, 270, 285, 290, 601, 779, 782
Belagerungszustand (state of siege) xix, xx, xxxiii, 7, 30, 65, 66, 231, 239, 242, 533, 544, 549, 567, 568, 569. See also state of siege
(p. 805) Bendersky, Joseph W. 10, 32, 34, 60, 98, 111, 112, 113, 117–146, 181, 205, 207, 208, 209, 566, 567, 588, 590, 679, 700, 790, 800
Benhabib, Seyla 36, 60, 440, 452
Bergson, Henri 177
Berlin xix, xx, xxii, xxv, xxvi, xxviii, xxix, xxx, xxxiv, 6–7, 10, 74, 79, 104, 105, 112, 130–131, 135, 137, 147–148, 150, 157, 163, 182–183, 193, 217–218, 412, 593, 603, 662, 667, 668, 680, 682, 695
___, Hochschule für Politik 217, 240, 243, 695, 703
___, conference (“Kongo-Konferenz”) 603, 786–787
Bernstein, Richard 426, 442, 449, 452, 696, 700
Best, Werner 10
Bible 35, 54, 83, 122, 128, 167, 588, 602, 676, 677, 715–717
biopolitics xvii, 89, 465, 633, 643, 663, 702
Bismarck, Otto von 164, 174, 246, 325, 473
Blei, Franz xx, xxi, xlii, 37–38, 60, 78, 643
Bloch, Ernst 40, 41, 105, 113, 697
Bloy, Léon 89, 152, 648, 653
Blumenberg, Hans 82, 99, 160–163, 167, 245, 259, 681–682, 706–730, 773
Bluntschli, Johann Kaspar 220, 229, 238, 239, 240
Bobbio, Norberto 314–315, 320, 335, 336
Bodin, Jean 149, 218, 219, 227, 511, 571, 575, 583–584, 586, 589, 664, 733
body politic 252, 254–255, 258, 320, 465–466, 663, 674, 694
Böckenförde, Ernst-Wolfgang xiii, xxx, 10, 11, 21, 22, 58, 60, 166, 206, 209, 262, 266, 477, 487, 709, 711, 725, 727, 773
Boehlich, Walter 680, 693, 696
Böhm, Franz 13
Bolshevism 233, 236, 270
Bolshevik Revolution 395
Bonald, Louis de 109, 414
Bonapartism 212, 225, 232–233, 239, 488
Bonn ix, xii, xxi, 7, 79–82, 90, 128, 167, 238, 396, 445, 544, 553, 725
Bonn, Moritz Julius xxi, 99, 103, 104–105, 111, 114, 129–130, 134, 217, 236, 238, 239, 240
Botwinick, Aryeh 338–366, 733, 749
Bourdieu, Pierre 24, 579, 589, 699, 700
bourgeoisie 124, 128, 152, 271, 323, 433, 493, 496, 508
Brecht, Bertolt 501, 693–695, 702, 703
Bredekamp, Horst 679–704
Breton, André 688
Bruckberger, Raymond, prediction of World War III as holy war by 152
Brüning, Heinrich xxii, xxiii, 79, 131, 529–530
Bund Nationalsozialistischer Deutscher Juristen (BNSDJ) xxv, 8
Burke, Edmund 19, 63, 219
Bush, George W. 438–440, 560, 606, 621, 798
___, doctrine of 368
Butler, Judith 632–633, 637–642, 652, 653, 654, 793, 800
Caesarism 212, 232, 239, 472, 488, 557
Caldwell, Peter 62, 194–197, 207, 208, 209, 223, 238, 240, 308, 309, 427, 451, 472, 475–476, 487, 508, 552, 566, 567
Calker, Fritz von xix, 222
cameralism 570, 591
Campe, Rüdiger 657–678, 771, 774
Cantimori, Delio 464
caretaker government 500–501, 507
Carter, Jimmy 333–335, 336
catachresis 666–667
(p. 806) Cellini, Benvenuto 687
Center Party (Germany). See Zentrumspartei
Central and Eastern Europe 379, 602
Cereno, Benito 97, 111, 143, 157, 459–461, 467, 469, 724, 798, 799
Charlemagne 151, 164, 642
Christ und Welt 153, 423
Christendom 83–84, 653, 660, 665
Christian Epimetheus 84, 460–462, 469, 724
Christian Europe 151, 283, 373
Christian political order. See order
Christianity 76–77, 82–85, 90, 160, 163, 321, 364–365, 415, 644, 665, 706, 716, 718, 744, 746
___, and the doctrine of Trinity 160–161
Christology 82, 246, 249, 253, 255, 260, 263, 265, 665
Churchill, Winston 153, 416
Cicero 754, 756, 768, 771–772
civil war. See war
civitas (community) 190, 252–255, 709, 716, 718
class struggle xxxi, 62, 68, 152, 215, 427, 441, 449, 471, 474, 656
Clastres, Pierre 306, 309, 310
Clausewitz, Carl von xlii, 388
clergy 668
Clinton, Bill 439, 450
Cobban, Alfred 227, 229–230, 240
Cold War 37, 161, 295, 305, 307, 309, 368–369, 372, 432, 439, 446, 449, 594
collective bargaining 472
Cologne 10, 158, 524, 538
___, University of xxiii, xxiv, 7, 97, 130
colonialism 211, 319, 384, 389, 592, 594, 603, 607, 608, 609, 752, 762, 786–789, 794, 800
commitment problem 615
commonwealth 270, 277, 280, 282, 290, 570, 581, 583, 640, 754
communism 127, 152, 232, 233, 406, 685, 687
Communist Party (Germany). See Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands
Comte, Auguste 18, 410
contract, social 181, 242, 270, 347, 355, 358, 361, 365, 691, 726, 757
conventionalism 342, 350, 362
Conze, Werner 158
concept formation 15, 17, 41, 369–371, 394, 577
conceptual Jew, idea of
___, as analyzed by Zygmunt Bauman 648
conceptual combat 370
conceptual oppositions
___, between norm and exception 641
___, between play and tragedy 733–734, 740
Concert of Europe 375
concrete-order thinking 36, 369, 371–372, 377–380, 383, 391–392, 392, 392, 579–580, 581, 608
Conquista 384, 394
Conservative Revolution. See Konservative Revolution
Constant, Benjamin 314–318, 323, 328, 335, 336
(p. 807) constitution
___, essence of 445, 478
___, guardian of xxxi, 31, 35, 53, 69, 187, 192, 215, 377, 431, 443, 481, 483, 491, 497–498, 500, 502, 510, 512, 520, 524–525, 557
constitutional court xxiii, 10, 166, 445, 522, 524, 527, 536–537
constitutional crisis 7, 33, 478, 529
constitutional formalism 472
constitutional framework 512
___, presidential 512
constitutional monarchy 183, 236, 261, 325, 480, 747
constitutional norms 28, 235, 377, 475, 511, 519, 568, 622
constitutional rules 613, 615, 617, 624
constitutionalism 34–35, 209–210, 217, 226, 267, 308–309, 367, 391, 432, 439, 443–444, 474, 485, 487–489, 491, 498, 504, 508, 515
___, liberal 34–35, 87, 226, 323, 383, 390–391, 432, 464, 476, 479, 485, 488, 489, 496, 624
Cortés, Juan Donoso xxix, xxxii–xxxv, xl, 78, 82, 207, 280, 412, 421–423, 584, 729
cosmopolitanism 142, 220, 406, 437–438, 448, 801
Critical Legal Studies 301, 562
critique, as method 43, 57, 371, 377, 380, 491, 506, 658, 661, 686, 779, 783, 799
Cromwell, Oliver 185, 233, 286
counterfactual reasoning, method of 408
Curtius, Robert 755, 774
cultural pessimism 75, 120, 124, 128, 142
Dahm, Georg 490, 502, 506
Dada, Dadaism xxi
Däubler, Theodor xix–xx, xxxi, 7, 37–38, 42–43, 53, 59, 66, 122, 145, 150–151, 166–167, 222, 224, 634, 682, 684, 697, 700, 706, 761–768, 772–774
___, and Nordlicht xx, xxxi, 7, 66, 122, 145, 150, 166–7, 634, 761–768, 772, 774
de Maistre, Joseph 109, 207, 219, 414, 584
decisionism 17, 25, 30, 35, 52, 81, 89–90, 134, 172–173, 178, 183, 186, 259, 350–351, 369, 371, 377–381, 385, 394–395, 413–414, 423, 434–435, 458, 507, 527–528, 538, 561, 579, 582, 584, 589, 594, 596, 608, 635–636, 714, 736, 759
___, as a historical way of thinking about law 414
___, as Carl Schmitt’s politico-juridical answer to modernity’s multiple temporalities 411
___, legal 579
Deleuze, Gilles 777, 793, 795–797, 800
democracy
___, Carl Schmitt’s redefinition of 378
___, concept of 485
___, constitutional 156, 323, 465, 488, 626
___, liberal 156, 233, 315, 320, 348, 426, 428, 439–440, 447, 450, 453, 473, 504, 508, 564, 626
___, mass 226, 323, 329, 466, 472, 480, 485
___, meaning of 378
___, parliamentary xxxi, 6–7, 39, 52–53, 146, 176, 180, 190–191, 218, 221, 233, 236, 281, 320, 324, 365, 378, 412, 430, 434, 439, 484, 497, 499, 501–502, 511, 618, 625, 751, 756–757, 768
___, theory of 226, 436, 443–444, 511
demos (populace) 280, 327, 330, 378, 438–439, 446, 563, 565
Derrida, Jacques 19, 60, 61, 265–266, 351, 363–366, 419, 422, 649, 654, 695, 699, 701
Descartes, René xxvi, xxxviii, 9, 197, 263, 699, 714
___, Discours de la méthode 9
Deutscher Herbst (German fall) 435
diaries of Carl Schmitt. See Schmitt, Carl
dictatorship
___, commissarial 5–6, 18, 32, 56, 79, 172, 182–187, 207, 227, 230, 232, 237, 483–484, 504, 554–555, 557, 567, 613, 624
___, constitutional 65, 184, 211, 213, 221, 235–236, 553, 556–557, 568
(p. 808) ___, democratic 475, 479, 484
___, Carl Schmitt’s apparent conflation with the liberal Rechtsstaat of 223, 233, 480
___, Carl Schmitt’s concept of 44, 217, 225, 229, 231–232, 237, 473
___, Carl Schmitt’s typology of 5
___, Marxist concept of 475
___, of the representatives 230
___, racial 171
___, reactionary. See Duverger, Maurice
___, revolutionary. See Duverger, Maurice
___, theory of 32, 63, 184, 186, 211, 217–218, 232, 241, 654
disorder 16, 25, 27–28, 30, 32, 35, 39–40, 42, 48, 57, 64, 171–175, 181–183, 187, 191, 197, 205, 206, 207, 261, 270, 283, 285, 313, 377, 393, 460, 467, 474, 499, 500, 555, 583, 642. See also order
Dönhoff, Marion, opposition to publication in Die Zeit of essay by Carl Schmitt 156, 166
Dorotić, Pawla (Pauline) xix, 59, 77, 100, 102, 121
Dostojevski, Fjodor 122, 128
Droste-Hülshoff, Annette 152
dualism of state and law 248
Durkheim, Emile 18, 177, 311
Duverger, Maurice 227, 240
dystopia 633
Ebert, Friedrich xx, xxii, 184
Ebrach 158–159
ecclesiastical concepts 630
economic crisis 441, 472, 481, 559
Eisler, Fritz xix, xxxi, 37–38, 99, 101–103, 124–125, 132, 135, 143, 146, 165, 761
Eisler, Georg xix, 89, 99, 101–103, 111, 112, 124–128, 135, 143
Elders of Zion 727
Elizabethan audience 741–743
emergency
___ decree xxii, 30, 186, 377, 500, 530, 550, 555
___ delegation 548
___ government 488, 548, 550, 552–554, 557–559, 562–565, 568
empire, universal liberal 393
empiricism 342, 355–356
English Civil War 269, 286
enemy
___, as hostis (enemy) 231, 241, 259, 372, 389, 394, 576, 600, 602
___, Carl Schmitt’s notion of an Anglo-Saxon concept of 394
___, versus inimicus (enmity) 241, 259, 576
enmity 34, 51, 140, 152, 161, 200, 225, 291–295, 298, 305–307, 308, 375, 402, 442, 555, 605, 646, 653, 800
___, as an existential fact of life 269, 275, 295–297, 602, 647
___, as inimicus 241, 259, 576
Epimetheus 84, 460–462, 469, 724
epistemology 242, 353, 356, 360, 362, 777, 792
equilibrium 273, 603, 605, 613, 615–617, 623, 625, 626
Ernstfall (case of emergency) 45, 473, 485, 692, 694, 754, 757
eschaton 462
Eschweiler, Karl xxi, 79–80, 131
Eucharist 716–717
Eucken, Walter 13
expressionism 42, 63, 207, 597, 761, 763, 774
external critique, method of 371
“extraordinary lawgivers” 477, 483
fascism
___, German 128, 333, 336, 391, 393, 404, 463–464, 466, 650, 685–686
___, Italian 193, 567, 652
Fatum 667–670
Faye, Jean-Pierre 164, 167
Feuchtwanger, Ludwig xx, xliii, 99, 105, 109, 111–113, 115–116, 129, 135, 238, 242, 533, 544, 706, 729
feudalism 318, 387, 396
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb. See also German Romanticism 84, 207, 220, 571, 658, 660, 673, 678
“Final Solution.” See Holocaust
Flechtheim, Ossip 140
Foucault, Michel 24, 61, 465, 570, 588, 589, 632–633, 638–645, 652, 654, 663
formlessness 188, 201, 440, 443, 631, 633–634, 651–652
Forsthoff, Ernst xxx, xliii, 80, 112, 115, 158, 194, 429–432, 435, 445, 727
Forum Fridericianum 662, 677
Fraenkel, Ernst 429, 451, 569, 650–651, 654
Frank, Hans xxv, 133–134
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung xii, 11, 116
Frankfurt School 136, 142, 432, 453, 683, 697, 704
Freemasons 135
French Enlightenment 551, 555
French Revolution 185, 218–220, 225, 227, 229–234, 237, 238, 241, 272, 316, 394–395, 463, 551, 653, 657, 661–662, 665, 678, 711
Freud, Sigmund 121, 129
Freund, Julien 18, 61, 188, 206, 210, 300, 308, 309, 610, 725
Friedrich, Carl 444, 451
friend/enemy distinction 23, 26–27, 43, 109, 113, 125, 127, 137–138, 140–141, 269, 274–275, 286, 296–297, 338–367, 370–371, 376–377, 402, 435, 466, 574, 576, 586, 592, 596, 598, 605, 647, 675, 712
___, primordiality of 295–296, 436
___, as a criterion of intensity 297
Furet, François 233–234, 240, 242
Gabelsberger stenography 117–118, 127, 141
Gadamer, Hans-Georg 45, 61
Gehlen, Arnold 14, 41, 61, 158, 430
Geneva 153, 378, 390, 394, 592, 597
Geneva Conventions 390, 605
Gentili, Alberico 602, 609
Gentz, Friedrich 219
Geojurisprudenz 204
geopolitical, the 371, 382–383
Gerber, Carl Friedrich von 573, 589
German Großraum 375–376, 392–393, 789. See also Schmitt, Völkerrechtliche Großraumordnung mit Interventionsverbot für raumfremde Mächte
___, as anti-universalist category 376
___, as fulcrum of the Nazi theory of international law 376
___, idea of 202, 788
___, relationship to Monroe Doctrine of 1823 789
German Idealism 75–77, 229, 657, 673, 677
German Reich xxiii, xxv, 31, 47, 75, 163, 195, 208, 374, 471–472, 498, 529, 573, 597, 789–790
German Romanticism 42–43, 59, 75, 78, 216, 218–221, 226, 630–631, 636, 651, 657–661, 665, 677, 692, 706, 711, 714, 754, 783. See also Romanticism
(p. 810) ___, and Friedrich Schlegel 657, 659–661, 666–670, 676, 677, 678
___, and Friedrich Schleiermacher 84–85, 91, 94, 657
___, and Friedrich Wilhelm Schelling 84, 657, 659
___, and Friedrich von Hardenberg. See Novalis
German-Jewish cultural divide 124
German revolution of 1918 474
Germany
___, Basic Law (Grundgesetz) of xl, 43, 431, 444–445, 451, 571, 576, 581
___, Constitutional Court of xv, xxiii, 10, 166, 445, 522, 524, 527, 536, 537
Gierke, Otto von 218, 246, 249–254, 263, 264
Gleichschaltung (forcible coordination) 13, 499. See also National Socialism
gnosis 718, 767
gnostic dualism, structural problem of 161, 719
god-creator 664
Goebbels, Joseph xxix, 394
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von xiv, 76–7, 85, 92, 152, 161, 259–261, 265, 572, 588, 676, 677, 684, 698, 700, 741, 778
Göring, Hermann xxv, 9, 133, 144, 147, 195
Gospel 257–260, 415
governmentality 247, 589, 638, 640
Great Depression 130, 174, 393, 395
Great Powers 385
Greek polis 652
Grewe, Wilhelm 593, 605, 609
Gross, Johannes 10, 157
Gross, Raphael 21, 47, 96–116, 205, 428, 446, 654
group personality. See also Maitland, Frederic William 251, 254–255
Grotius, Hugo 384, 390, 571, 609
Guantanamo 442, 594, 653, 800
“guardian” controversy, the 510, 512, 521, 524
guardian of the constitution, the 35, 187, 431, 443, 483, 491, 498, 500, 502, 510, 512, 524–525
Guardini, Romano 78, 131
Günther, Frieder 13, 62
Gurian, Waldemar 78–80, 82, 89, 92, 99, 105, 111, 114
Guattari, Felix 777, 793, 795–797, 800
Haas, Willy 152
Habermas, Jürgen 3, 11, 60, 62, 64, 83, 92, 156, 159, 167, 427–439, 441–442, 448–454, 681, 696, 701, 724, 728, 748–749
Haller, Karl Ludwig von 219–220, 238, 240
Handelshochschule, Munich xxi, xxii, 7, 217
Hardenberg, Friedrich von. See Novalis
Harnack, Adold von 78, 188
Hart, H. L. A. 532–533, 537, 617
Hauriou, Maurice 134, 176–179, 206, 209, 210, 588, 589
Haushofer, Karl 792
Hayek, Friedrich August 261, 267, 397, 490–491, 505–506, 508, 509
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 47, 75–76, 82–84, 86, 92–93, 109, 142, 153–154, 163, 168, 195, 197, 199, 207–208, 210, 220, 223, 238, 240, 267, 314, 362, 392, 409, 416, 423, 429, 436–437, 439, 571, 582–583, 589, 598, 607, 629, 659, 701
Heidegger, Martin 23, 41, 85, 138, 153, 158–159, 164, 302, 318, 344, 423, 462, 589, 662, 668, 709, 792–793
Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation [link] . See also Sacrum Romanum Imperium Nationis Germanicae
Heller, Hermann 13, 61, 62, 99, 105, 111, 115, 209, 217, 238, 240, 397, 432, 452, 487, 502–503, 505, 508, 509
Hensel, Albert 99, 129, 135
hermeneutics 55, 83–84, 438, 450, 595, 680
Heuss, Theodor 155–156, 167
historical contingency 411
historical singularity 403, 407–411, 414
historical time 141, 411–412, 589
___, Carl Schmitt’s belief in desynchronization and non-contemporaneity of 411
(p. 811) history
___, as contingent 284
___, as singular 408–409
___, Arnold Toynbee’s concept of 409
___, August Comte’s generalizations about 410
___, Carl Schmitt’s minimal image of 419
___, R. G. Collingwood’s conception of 409, 422
___, Reinhart Koselleck’s conception of 10, 409, 578, 726
___, world 47, 84, 87, 139, 151, 375–376, 405, 418, 577, 601, 609, 716, 718, 744, 753, 755, 779, 799
Hindenburg, Paul von xxii–xxv, 7, 31, 131–132, 134, 281, 288, 484, 500, 530, 531, 544, 613
Hochschule für Politik, Berlin 217, 695, 703
Hofmann, Hasso 114, 250, 254–255, 263, 266, 474, 486, 487, 510, 532, 534, 540, 567, 568, 698
Höhn, Reinhard 10, 204, 208
Hölderlin, Friedrich 55, 103
Holy Roman Empire 199, 208, 216, 661–662, 676
Holocaust xxviii, 62, 97–99, 113, 114, 145, 201, 209, 211, 309, 398, 428, 452, 633, 654, 695, 800
Homer 150, 156, 757, 766, 796
Horace 766
Horkheimer, Max 420, 429
hostis. See enemy; see also enmity
Huber, Ernst Rudolf xliii, 34, 62, 78–80,