: Carl Schmitt’s political theology implies at least two different internal styles of reasoning. The first – inspired by the idea of representation – postulates a structural analogy between theology and jurisprudence and involves a practice of translating “secularized theological concepts” into the political jargon. From this viewpoint, according to Schmitt political theology is the structure (systematischen Struktur) of political concepts as related to their origins as theological concepts. The second – which I call political theology as stasiology – develops the Schmittian category of “the political” (the friend/enemy dichotomy) within theology and, in particular, within the Trinitarian doctrine
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