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Well constructed and argued, but the topic is his most specific that I ve encountered Recommend for those who want to know about how romanticism really German idealism in philosophy related to politics in Schmitt s view Fichte, Schelling, Hegel versus Cortes, Bonald and de Maistre. Quem j leu Carl Schmitt provavelmente j sabe por que ele o malvado favorito de muita gente que n o concorda com ele em quase nada algo dif cil de explicar para al m de uma caracteriza o bastante prim ria o sujeito escreve sobre coisas complicadas com uma clareza mpar e consegue produzir a apar ncia de racioc nios infalivelmente rigorosos Aqui ele exp e sua vis o extremamente negativa de um conceito nebuloso, o de romantismo francamente n o acho a defini o dele satisfat ria, mas n o Quem j leu Carl Schmitt provavelmente j sabe por que ele o malvado favorito de muita gente que n o concorda com ele em quase nada algo dif cil de explicar para al m de uma caracteriza o bastante prim ria o sujeito escreve sobre coisas complicadas com uma clareza mpar e consegue produzir a apar ncia de racioc nios infalivelmente rigorosos Aqui ele exp e sua vis o extremamente negativa de um conceito nebuloso, o de romantismo francamente n o acho a defini o dele satisfat ria, mas n o sei se s o muito melhores as de escritores respeit veis como Michael L wy e Isaiah Berlin, os dois ali s bem menos precisos do que Schmitt Vale n o s pela tese, em si bastante interessante, do romantismo como ocasionalismo pol tico, mas pela revis o esquisitices reacion rias que dificilmente se encontram referida em autores mais kosher Tamb m s o impag veis as tiradas dele contra Adam M ller e Friedrich Schlegel Esse ltimo, que normalmente se conhece por suas indiscut veis contribui es teoria da literatura, se revela em outros assuntos um rematado paspalho Kind of overlooked and underrated, in reality this is an absolutely essential read and deserves the status of classic in political philosophy Schmitt s idiosyncratic approach is brilliant as always, and in fact very, very few works haveto offer in understanding modern liberal and especially post modern neoliberal politics from a conservative point of view Romanticism, according to Schmitt, is intrinsic in a bourgeois society Its origins are to be found in the enlarged and demanding priv Kind of overlooked and underrated, in reality this is an absolutely essential read and deserves the status of classic in political philosophy Schmitt s idiosyncratic approach is brilliant as always, and in fact very, very few works haveto offer in understanding modern liberal and especially post modern neoliberal politics from a conservative point of view Romanticism, according to Schmitt, is intrinsic in a bourgeois society Its origins are to be found in the enlarged and demanding private sphere, to be found in capitalist modernity As liberalization and depoliticization expand, romantic pseudopolitics are bound to dominate Thus what today is understood by conservatives as the post modern tyranny of subjectivity, emotional judgement, and non stop demand for rights often for constructed minorities can be explained via Schmitt not as a reaction to a past of romanticism in the West, but as a new romantic fashion of pointless, hollow revolts against the air we breathe, in a society that is totally out of touch with the antagonistic and irrationalistic existentialistic nature of the political Considero que este ha sido el trabajo m s abstruso del jurista alem n Esto debido a que trat temas de literatura y filosof a a los cuales no nos tiene habituados Eso hizo el texto rido, y ralentiz la lectura.El objetivo central del libro es encontrar una caracter stica definitoria del romanticismo Cu l ser a sta, si los rom nticos fueron ya filomon rquicos, ya republicanos, ya cristianos, ya ateos Justamente su negaci n de lo pol tico, que los hace buscar en determinados hechos, ocasione Considero que este ha sido el trabajo m s abstruso del jurista alem n Esto debido a que trat temas de literatura y filosof a a los cuales no nos tiene habituados Eso hizo el texto rido, y ralentiz la lectura.El objetivo central del libro es encontrar una caracter stica definitoria del romanticismo Cu l ser a sta, si los rom nticos fueron ya filomon rquicos, ya republicanos, ya cristianos, ya ateos Justamente su negaci n de lo pol tico, que los hace buscar en determinados hechos, ocasiones para expresar su vena art stica Son emocionales por naturaleza y eso los define En este texto Schmitt ataca a los pol ticos rom nticos justamente por negar la esencia de la pol tica, que es tomar resoluci n, es decir, tomar partido Muestra con argumentos filos ficos, hist ricos y biogr ficos la irresoluci n de los autores rom nticos, y los contrasta con movimientos paralelos y hasta afines, los cuales, sin embargo, s ten an posturas claras sobre su visi n del mundo y el ordenamiento pol tico Considero que este trabajo fue el semillero de sus futuras ideas, y que adem s fue el eje de denuncia contra el liberalismo, que encuentra en el romanticismo su m s perversa consecuencia Despu s de leer otras obras del jurista alem n, he quedado anodadado por su c mulo de conocimientos realmente qued azorado de conocer a este Schmitt medio fil sofo Impresionante [ READ EPUB ] ♻ Political Romanticism ⚇ Carl Schmitt , the author of such books asPolitical Theology and The Crisis of Parliamentary Democracy both published in English by The MIT Press , was one of the leading political and legal theorists of the twentieth century His critical discussions of liberal democratic ideals and institutions continue to arouse controversy, but even his opponents concede his uncanny sense for the basic problems of modern politics Political Romanticism is a historical study that, like all of Schmitt s major works, offers a fundamental political critique In it, he defends a concept of political action based on notions of good and evil, justice and injustice, and attacks the political passivity entailed by the romanticization of experience The book has three strands The first is an attack on received notions of the origins of the Romantic Movement Schmitt argues that this movement represents a secularization, subjectification, and privatization in which God is replaced by the emancipated, private individual of the bourgeois social order The second is an assault on political romanticism that includes a broader attack on the new European bourgeoisie, which Schmitt characterizes as the historical bearer of the movement The third strand is a defense of political conservatism and a refutation of the view that political romanticism is intrinsically linked with romanticism Here Schmitt argues that the political romantic is tied not to positions but to aesthetics, and can therefore as easily become a Danton as a Frederick the Great Guy Oakes s introduction places the book in historical context and also suggests its continuing relevance through his discussion of the latest outcropping of political romanticism in the late s, intriguingly brought out in his example of Norman Mailer as a political romantic Political Romanticism is included in the series Studies in Contemporary German Social Thought, edited by Thomas McCarthy even tho I hardly ever agree with him, Schmitt is a brilliant thonker and always a fun read. A strange polemic against mostly Adam M ller a 19th C german romantic political writer.