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by: Jocelyn Rossell

Violence PoliSci 3450

Jocelyn Rossell
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Ethics and Public Policy
Eric MacGilvray

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Notes on Violence, Max Weber and Carl Schmitt Lecture, 9/1/15
Ethics and Public Policy
Eric MacGilvray
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jocelyn Rossell on Monday September 28, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PoliSci 3450 at Ohio State University taught by Eric MacGilvray in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see Ethics and Public Policy in Political Science at Ohio State University.

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Date Created: 09/28/15
Violence Politics as a Vocation 0 Max Weber I Lecture delivered in Munich 1919 I Berufrufencall politics as a calling I Who and What kind of person has a political calling 0 De nition of Politics I Every kind of leadership activity I Use of state Legitimate use of force in given area Declares war and enforces law 0 Claims monopoly 0 Why do people accept authority I Custom Habit tradition I Gift of Grace Charisma I Legality Rational con dence I Changes over time o What qualities do leaders need I Passion Commitment for a cause I Responsibility Fate of cause I Sense of proportion Nothing person I Power Necessary means but an end itself Gives vanity Successseek power for What it can do 0 Ethics I Responsibility Political success Consequentialist I Conviction Deontological Pro ts 0 War to end all wars The Concept of the Political 0 Carl Schmitt I Published book 1932 I Before joining Nazi regime I Right winged 0 De nition of Politics I An area of activity that depends on the distinction of friend verse enemy I Distinct and independent Not economical or aesthetic judgment I Friend verse enemy is distinction of violence Enemy community is different I Naive to think that politics is a passion I Friends of each other in distinction to enemy


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