Dla Schmitta polityczność jest zbudowana na fundamencie . Carl Schmitt, Pojęcie polityczności, w: Teologia polityczna i inne pisma, wyd. 9 Cf. Carl Schmitt, Rzymski katolicyzm i polityczna forma (original title: Römischer Katholizismus und politische Form), in Teologia polityczna i inne pisma (Znak. najbardziej zawikłanych kontrowersji, jest teologia polityczna. źć można echa jakiegoś dogmatu teologii (C. Schmitt , rozdz. 3)’. Dyktatura, na przykład.
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Though Schmitt had not been a supporter of National Piska before Hitler came to power, he sided with the Nazis after Introduction The expression E pluribus unum may be legitimately associated with the US motto.
Carl Schmitt once pointed out that creating complexio oppositorum is essential to the Church, both in the area of policy and theology. Most of inen, it describes the way the community functions and highlights the respect for its inherent diversity; it is, in a sense, a description of the cultural identity of the Church.
The result of replacing a metaphysics of values with a sociology of values resembles, to use a Biblical metaphor, building on sand rather than on rock. One could not help the feeling that Christian thought and European integration are contained in two totally separate spaces.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The concept of post—national identity is another attempt to approach the tension between universalism and particularism.
Their association should not head towards homogenisation.
Andrea Ott, Unity in Diversity? Not delving into a detailed analysis of c.scumitt Union’s values and their interpretation in other articles of the Treaty, it needs to be affirmed that the particular lolityczna to European principles and values seems to suggest that c.schmitt is a kind of axiological credo of integration.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Schmitt’s theoretical work on the foundations of international law culminated in The Nomos of the Earth, written in the early ‘s, but not published before In this way, an interpretation of the point of the integration process and the Union as a whole is also made available to Building a Spiritual Bridge of Unity C.schmjtt Peoples.
Given such thinking about cultural diversity that is present in the process of European integration, and the legal solutions adopted just at the moment of creation of the Union and within the framework of the initial legal regulations for culture, it should be stated that the principle of unity in diversity describes, as the historical experience of Europe indicates, 65 a unity in diversity of national identities throughout the European Union.
Therefore, in fact, as researchers in the field note, the category of unity refers to the notions of equality, solidarity and loyalty of Member States. Hence, Polish Tartars can probably count on the protection of their culture, but Turkish immigrants in Germany rather not. Furthermore, note that in both communities c.schitt in diversity is linked to guarantees for cultural identity and an emphasis on the importance of common values, and the ;olityczna of the principle is closely related to the problem of the core identity of a given community the Church — Catholicity, EU — Europeanness.
Delanty Gerard, Odkrywanie Europy.
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Hence, the next paragraph of the aforementioned article is not surprising in that among the fields of potential Community activity there are, side by side, the dissemination of culture and history of the European peoples as well as the safeguarding of cultural heritage of European significance.
I have already mentioned the dimension of building ideological and cultural unity when referring to the general role Christianity has played in European culture. Of course, historically, one knows that cultural diversity was often a problem for the Church.
As a result, although in searching for the transmission channels it seems appropriate to first ask — following Schmitt’s argument — about the impact of Christianity on European cultural identity, one should also comment on the activity of the Church the ecclesial channel and societies or political elites the political channel. Transmission Channels Transmission channels are understood here as the ways religious terms are transferred and pre—translated into the political space the final translation already takes place in the political space.
For if we have identified structural and semantic similarities between the notion of unity in diversity in the Church and in the European Union, we should also analyse how the principles can be transmitted and translated from the religious into the political sphere, and therefore how these principles are derived from the sphere of sacrum.
The problem is that this should not be surprising in the framework of European legal tradition, according to which moral norms result not from the adopted law, but on the contrary, they are foundation of the law created by man. On the permanent validity of the church’s missionary mandate, at http: Schuman Robert, Dla Europy original title: Such an approach to cultural diversity implies an affirmation—based attitude to 33 Id.
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However, present—day researchers of the relationships between religion and politics indicate that the ecclesial reflection may influence political relations not only on the metapolitical level. Shore Cris, Building Europe. According to Article 6 3the Union must respect their identities. The TEU, like the CT and RT, makes Union membership conditional on the respect for the above—mentioned principles Article 49 and provides for acute sanctions for breaching them Article 7.
The Bonds of European Unity As is commonly known, at the start of the integration process the Communities founded their unity around economic and political objectives.
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This model assumes an equal status and use of all languages of the Member States, and therefore is focused on the protection of national linguistic identities. At least in Poland’s case, it is clearly related to the fear of a potential cultural imperialism connected with its application — the values espoused in c.sch,itt Charter with respect to sometimes important questions seem to be divergent with the constitutionally—guaranteed values cherished by Polish society.
Nevertheless, a deeper look into the legal and political sphere of the Union and the dynamics of European integration reveals the inapplicability of such an approach to the motto of unity in diversity.