Carl Schmitt and Technology: An Interview with John McCormick (Episode 8)

Carl Schmitt in 1904. Sourc: Noack, Carl Schmitt-Eine Biographie (1993), p. 181

John P. McCormick, author of Carl Schmitt's Critique of Liberalism: Against Politics as Technology, discusses renowned political theorist and fascist Carl Schmitt's troubling critique of liberal politics. We also discuss technology, Martin Heidegger, the Weimar Republic, Catholicism, Marxism, and why climate change can't be solved by a czar.

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Image: Carl Schmitt in 1904. Reprinted in Paul Noack, Carl Schmitt: Eine Biographie, 1993, p. 181


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