Schmitt, Jünger, and Joyce
How does the variable space—identified by Carl Schmitt—between the front and the nation waging war “at” that front, translate into the teletechnology of saved or lost life, and how is that to be understood as against the supposed immediacy of shed blood (in Jünger) and God’s war on the builders of Babel?
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