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