Index
Ackerman, Bruce, 267
Anarchism, 64, 80
Anschutz, Gerhard, 48, 61,98,290
Aquinas, Saint Thomas, 83-84
Arendt, Hannah, 252-72
Ausnahmezustand. See
State of excep-
tion
Bakunin, Mikhail, 64
Beckerath, E. von, 207, 212
Behnegar, Nasser, 57, 73
Benhabib, Seyla, 166-67
Bentham, Jeremy, 5, 101, 102
Bergson, Henri, 140
Berkowitz, Peter, 57
Bismarck, Otto von, 40, 287-88
Bockenforde, Ernst-Wolfgang, 3,
lOO,
145,179
Bodin, Jean, 181, 222
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 262
Bonn, Moritz Julius, 124
Bourgeoisie,2II-12
Caesar, Julius, 222
Catholicism, 63-64
Citizenship, 160-63
Cole, G. D. H., 169-70
Communitarianism,23
Concrete order, theory of, 206-8
Constituent power, 180-92, 254-72
Constituted power, 257, 260-61
Constitutional democracy, 26-28; and
emergency powers, 236-42
Constitutionalism/ consti tutionallaw,
40-41,43-49
Constitutionmaking: in America,
252-72; in France, 252-72; Hobbes
on, 283-86
Cortes, Juan Donoso, 63-65, 182-
83,184
Critical Legal Studies Movement, 198
Decisionism, 32-33,72-73,201-3,
284-86, 297-99.
See also
Friend
and enemy distinction; State of
exception
Declaration of the Rights of Man and
Citizen, 296
Deformalization of law, 197-99
Deliberative democracy, 165-68
Democracy, 78; and equality, 160-
63; parliamentary, 9-12, 92-127.
See also
Constitutional democracy;
Sovereignty
Descartes, Rene, 182
Dictatorship, 12, 188, 217-42; classi-
cal/Roman model, 218-19, 240-41;
commissarial, 220-42; of the pro-
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