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By Marcus Herbote und Wilfried Zetsche

Half 1 – The GR.1/GR.3/T.2 and T.4 of the RAF in GermanySized A4, softcover, sixty eight pages of content material, approximately one hundred sixty images and photographs, commonly in color, English/German textual content, bilingual captions, unit insignia and patches, colored photos and drawings.

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See Verfassungslehre. 13. Die geistesgeschichtliche Lage des heutigen Parlamentarismus (Munich: Duncker and Humblot, 1923). 14. The Concept of the Political, trans. George Schwab (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1976). The German original is Der Begriff des Politischen (Berlin: Duncker and Humblot, 1928). 15. See Ex Captivitate Salus. 16. See Søren Kierkegaard, Diary of a Seducer, trans. Gerd Gillhoff (New York: Frederick Ungar, 1966). 17. The romantic, therefore, is a paradigm of the coquette, who flirts with reality and transcends its limits by translating all experiences into the domain of the aesthetic.

Only now does everything that will happen and all sequential order Page 19 become incalculable in a fantastic manner, which is precisely the immense attraction of this attitude. That is because this attitude makes it possible to take any concrete point as a departure and stray into the infinite and the incomprehensible — either in an emotionally fervent fashion or in a demonically malicious fashion, depending upon the individuality of the particular romantic. Only now does it become clear how much the occasional is the relation of the fantastical, and also — again, varying with the individuality of the particular romantic — the relation of intoxication or the dream, the relation of the adventure, the fairy tale, and the magical game.

6. " See "Der Führer schützt das Recht," Deutsche Juristen-Zeitung 39 (1934), 945–50. 7. Schmitt seems to have conceived his support for the Nazis as an attempt to protect himself against a despotic and capricious regime that was unable to guarantee his safety. For an account of the motives behind Schmitt's conduct during the Third Reich, see Bendersky, Carl Schmitt. The efforts Schmitt was willing to make in order to accommodate himself to the Nazi Jewish policy are nicely illustrated in his book on Page xxxiv Hobbes.

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