- Title Pages
- Preamble: The Ruse of Sovereignty or Agonistic Monism?
Thesis 1Constituent power forges the distinction between democracy and sovereignty
Thesis 2Sovereign violence is always justified violence
Thesis 3The different ways in which violence is justified delineate different forms of sovereignty
Intermezzo 1Sovereignty and the Refugee
Thesis 4Judgment is constitutive of democracy
Thesis 5Judgment establishes the agonistic relation between democracy and sovereignty by dejustifying violence
Thesis 6Democratic judgment shows the imbrication of the ontological, the political, and the ethical
Intermezzo 2The Refugee and Resistance to Sovereign Power
Thesis 7Stasis indicates that judgment is the condition of the possibility of the law, or that democracy is the form of the constitution
Thesis 8Stasis, or agonistic monism, names the forms of the relation between democracy and sovereignty
Thesis 9Stasis underlies all political praxis
- Stasis Before the State
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