The dark side of institutionalism: Carl Schmitt reading Santi Romano

This article analyzes and compares the institutionalist theories of law developed by Santi Romano and Carl Schmitt. In the early 1930s, Schmitt referred to Romano to explain his own conversion to an institutionalist jurisprudence, which he preferred to call ‘concrete order thinking’. Both Romano and...

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Main Author: Marc De Wilde
Format: Article
Published: Taylor & Francis Group 2018-08-01
Series:Ethics & Global Politics
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