Table of contents for Carl Schmitt and the Jews : the "Jewish question," the Holocaust, and German legal theory / Raphael Gross ; translated by Joel Golb ; foreword by Peter C. Caldwell.

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Foreword		000
Acknowledgments		000
Introduction	000
Part 1: Nazism: Political Biology
1. The Jews in Schmitt's Early Work	000
2. Schmitt's Position in 1933	000
3. Schmitt's Assault on the "Jewish Legal State"	000
4. "Judaism in Legal Studies"	000
Part 2: Universalism: Emancipation and Counterrevolution
5. The French Revolution and the Catholic Reaction	000
6. The Counterrevolution in the Weimar Republic	000
7. Catholic Atheism	000	
Part 3: Particularism: The Jews and the Christian State
8. Political Theology as a Festschrift for Max Weber	000
9. Jewish Emancipation or a "Christian State"	000
10. Protestant Atheism	000
11. "Pure Legal Theory" as Secularized Theology of the Enemy	000
Part 4: Acceleration: Katechon and Antichrist
12. The Jews in the Christian History of Salvation	000
13. Depolitization	000
14. Desubstantialization	000
Part 5: Self-Stylizations
15. The Flight into Religion	000
16. Schmitt's Struggle against the Theologians and Jews	000
Conclusion	000
Afterword	000
Notes		000
Index		000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Schmitt, Carl, 1888-1985.
Political theology -- Germany.