[...] the limitation of French power was not military but political and financial (e.g., the debts it owed Great Britain and the United States). [...] when it came to securing that elusive chimera "lasting security," France's military hegemony could not substitute for sound political diplomacy and calculation.
Anger Management Carl Schmitt in 1925 and the Occupation of the Rhineland William Rasch Indiana University Some years ago I taught a graduate seminar on Carl Schmitt, the perceived relevance of his ideas to the contemporary global situation, and the anxious reaction to the revival of interest in his work. Schmitt’s justly famous analysis of the political uses of the term “humanity” were among the themes discussed, and within this context I pointed to a footnote in The Concept of the P
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