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  1. Occasional Decisiveness: Exception, Decision and Resistance in Kierkegaard and Schmitt.Birte Löschenkohl - 2015 - European Journal of Political Theory 18 (1):89-107.
    This article explores the political potential of Kierkegaard's Repetition and develops a model of non-sovereign agency by analysing the figure of the ‘young man’, the main protagonist of the book. A curious reference in Schmitt's Political Theology serves as a cue for exploring Repetition through contrast with Schmitt's notions of sovereignty, decision and exception, as well as his critique of occasionalism in Political Romanticism. As in the case of Schmitt's sovereign, the young man's conflict is centred on the question of (...)
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  • Occasional Decisiveness: Exception, Decision and Resistance in Kierkegaard and Schmitt.Birte Löschenkohl - 2015 - European Journal of Political Theory 18 (1):1474885115619301.
    This article explores the political potential of Kierkegaard's Repetition and develops a model of non-sovereign agency by analysing the figure of the ‘young man’, the main protagonist of the book. A curious reference in Schmitt's Political Theology serves as a cue for exploring Repetition through contrast with Schmitt's notions of sovereignty, decision and exception, as well as his critique of occasionalism in Political Romanticism. As in the case of Schmitt's sovereign, the young man's conflict is centred on the question of (...)
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