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sphere the sovereign similarly to marxs understanding of the state. Sovereign is still a servant of the law, the state is exceeded to preserve a state. If the exception is only in the state that exemplifies the exception how is it defined in everyday terms. Everyday Order There are laws in place to regulate day to day matters but this is not the role of or for th sovereign. Who can decide when no one else can? What happens to the existing order? Entire ordering system is suspended. But the state remains even as laws recede. For Schmitt this must be done in a juristic Carl Schmitt Wednesday, September 26, 2018 11:20 AM
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system to continue. Different from anarchy and chaos. What does the sovereign have monopoly over? Sovereignty does not rely in everyday systems but over the monopoly sphere. The decision who gets the exception Over the last decision not to coerce or to rule but as the monopoly to decide. All law is "situational law" Why is the exception more important than the rule? Rule proves nothing exception proves everything. It confirms not only the rule but also it existence, which derives only from the exception. What does this assume about the state? There's always a crisis that needs to be potentially handled its built on crisis that needs to be taken care by the sovereign or the state. The political after the religion Many of these foundational thinkers are trying to understand how the human nature works outside the religious order. Trying to replace natural hierarchies with religious one
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