Appendix. Carl Schmitt in international relations: a bibliographic essay  pp. 203-217

Appendix. Carl Schmitt in international relations: a bibliographic essay

By William Hooker

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Fully twenty-six papers were presented to the Standing Group on International Relations panel on ‘The International Political Thought of Carl Schmitt’ at the 2004 conference in the Hague. It gave the impression of a dam bursting in international relations (IR), and of a widespread, pent-up interest in the possible applications of Schmitt in IR theory flooding out. Participants were drawn from fields as diverse as international law, political theory, theology, literary theory, intellectual history and IR itself. Inevitably such a diverse gathering generated much debate at cross-purposes. But this reception was quite exceptional for the vast range of theoretical applications to which Schmitt's work was put.

With apologies for the necessity of creating simplistic typologies, it is suggested that the emergence of Schmitt into international political theory can be traced broadly within traditions of thought associated variously with the Left and Right of the political spectrum. Such a distinction is inevitably open to challenge, and rightly so. What it emphasises, however, is that most of the interest shown in Schmitt over the past twenty or so years has come from thinkers who self-consciously inhabit the outer fringes of political discourse, and whose work is not especially concerned with its own poltical respectability. What these approaches share is their adoption of Schmitt as a theorist of the necessity of a political pluriverse, to be cited against the apparent advance of global liberal hegemony.

Reference Title: Works by Carl Schmitt

Reference Type: bibliography

‘The Age of Neutralizations and Depoliticizations’ [1929] (trans. M. Konzett and J. P. McCormick), Telos 96 (Summer 1993), 130–42
Antworten in Nürnberg (ed. H. Quaritsch). Berlin: Duncker and Humblot (2000)
‘Appropriation/Distribution/Production: Towards a Proper Formulation of the Basic Questions of any Social or Economic Order’ [1953] (trans. G. Ulmen), Telos 95 (Spring 1993), 52–64
‘Beschleuniger wider Willen, oder: Die Problematik der westlichen Hemisphäre’ [1942], in Staat, Großraum, Nomos, pp. 431–40
‘Clausewitz als politischer Denker: Bemerkungen und Hinweise’, Der Staat 6:4 (1967), 479–502
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The Crisis of Parliamentary Democracy [1923] (trans. E. Kennedy). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (1985) [1926 edn]
Die Diktatur. Berlin: Duncker and Humblot (1921)
Donoso Cortes in gesamteuropäischer Interpretation. Cologne: Greven Verlag (1950)
‘Drei Möglichkeiten eines christlichen Geschichtsbildes’, Universitas 5:8 (August 1950), 927–31
‘Die Einheit der Welt’ [1952], in Staat, Großraum, Nomos, pp. 496–512
Ex captivitate salus. Cologne: Greven Verlag (1950)
Frieden oder Pazifismus? Arbeiten zum Völkerrecht und zur internationalen Politik 1924–1978 (Berlin: Duncker and Humblot, 2005)
‘Der Führer schützt das Recht’, Deutschen Juristenzeitung 39:15 (1934), 945–50
‘Gespräch über den Partisanen: Carl Schmitt und Joachim Schickel’ [1969], in Staat, Großraum, Nomos, pp. 619–42
Glossarium: Aufzeichnungen der Jahre 1947–1951. Berlin: Duncker and Humblot (1991)
Das internationalrechtliche Verbrechen des Angriffskrieges und der Grundsatz Nullum crimen, nulla poena sine lege. Berlin: Duncker and Humblot (1994)
Land und Meer. Stuttgart: Klett–Cotta (1954)
Legality and Legitimacy [1932] (trans. J. Seitzer). Durham NC: Duke University Press (2004)
The Leviathan in the State Theory of Thomas Hobbes: Meaning and Failure of a Political Symbol [1938] (trans. G. Schwab). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press (1996)
‘Nationalsozialismus und Völkerrecht’ [1938], in Frieden oder Pazifismus?: Arbeiten zum Völkerrecht und zur internationalen Politik 1924–1978 (ed. G. Maschke), Berlin: Duncker and Humblot (2005), pp. 391–421
The Nomos of the Earth in the International Law of the Jus Publicum Europaeum (trans. G. Ulmen). New York: Telos Press (2004)
‘Die Ordnung der Welt nach dem zweiten Weltkrieg’ [1962], in Staat, Großraum, Nomos, pp. 592–618
Political Romanticism [1919] (trans. G. Oakes). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (1986) [1925 edn]
Political Theology [1922] (trans. G. Schwab). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (2005) [1934 edn]
Politische Theologie II: Die Legende der Erledigung jeder politischen Theologie. Berlin: Duncker and Humblot (1970)
Positionen und Begriffe im Kampf mit Weimar–Genf–Versailles, 1923–1939. Berlin: Duncker and Humblot (1994)
‘Die Rheinlande als Objekt internationaler Politik’ [1925], in Positionen und Begriffe, pp. 29–37
Römischer Katholizismus und politische Form [1923] (2nd edn). Cologne: Klett–Cotta (1925)
‘Der Staat als Mechanismus bei Hobbes und Descartes’ [1937], in Staat, Großraum, Nomos, pp. 139–51
Staat, Bewegung, Volk: Dreigliederung der politischen Einheit. Hamburg: HAVA (1933)
Staat, Großraum, Nomos: Arbeiten aus den Jahren 1916–1969 (ed. G. Maschke). Berlin: Duncker and Humblot (1995)
‘The State as Mechanism in Hobbes und Descartes’, in The Leviathan, pp. 91–104 (pp. 99–100)
‘Strong State and Sound Economy’ [1932] (trans. R. Cristi), in R. Cristi, Carl Schmitt and Authoritarian Liberalism. Cardiff: University of Wales Press (1998), pp. 212–32
Theorie des Partisanen: Zwischenbemerkung zum Begriff des Politischen. Berlin: Duncker and Humblot (1963)
‘The Theory of the Partisan: A Commentary/Remark on the Concept of the Political’ [1963] (trans. A. C. Goodson), The New Centennial Review 4:3 (2004), 1–78
‘Theory of the Partisan’ [1963] (trans. G. Ulmen), Telos 127 (Spring 2004), 11–78
Theory of the Partisan [1963] (trans. G. Ulmen). New York: Telos Press (2007)
Über die drei Arten des rechtswissenschaftlichen Denkens. Hamburg: HAVA (1934)
Unpublished review of Norberto Bobbio's Elementi filosofici sul cittadino di Thomas Hobbes. Torino (1948). HStAD RW265 19000
‘Völkerrechtliche Formen des Modernen Imperialismus’ [1932], in Positionen und Begriffe, pp. 184–203
‘Völkerrechtliche Großraumordnung mit Interventionsverbot für raumfremde Mächte’ [1941], in Staat, Großraum, Nomos, pp. 269–371
‘Völkerrechtliche Probleme im Rheingebiet’ [1928], in Positionen und Begriffe, pp. 111–23
Die Wendung zum diskriminierenden Kriegsbegriff. Berlin: Duncker and Humblot (1938)
‘Die Wendung zum totalen Staat’ [1931], in Positionen und Begriffe, pp. 166–78
Der Wert des Staates und die Bedeutung des Einzelnen. Tübingen: Paul Siebeck (1914)
‘Zu Friedrich Meineckes Idee der Staatsräson’ [1926], in Positionen und Begriffe, pp. 51–9

Reference Title: Other works

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Habermas, J. The New Conservatism (trans. S. W. Nicholson). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (1990)
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