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1. Introduction: Carl Schmitt and the New World Order—William Rasch
Part 1. Does Schmitt Still Speak to Us?
2. World Ordering—Kenneth Surin
3. Notes on the Nomos—Fredric Jameson
4. The Coming Nomos; or, The Decline of Other Orders in Schmitt—Brett Levinson
5. The Common Enemy: Tyrants and Pirates—Jon Beasley-Murray
6. Carl Schmitt's The Nomos of the Earth: Four Corollaries—Srinivas Aravamudan
7. Beyond Salvage—Peter Hallward
8.Schmitt's Vision of a Multipolar World Order—Chantal Mouffe
9. Lines in the Sand: Enmity as a Structuring Principle—William Rasch
Part 2. Myths, Origins, and Ontology
10. Against Cultural-Political Closure—Alberto Moreiras
11. The Nomos of the Earth and the Scandal of Kant: Commentaries on Carl Schmitt's Book—José Luis Villacañas Berlanga Translated by Rachel Price
12. A Note on The Nomos of the Earth—Arturo Leyte Translated by Virginia C. Tuma, based on the original Spanish and on an earlier English version provided by Karmele Troyas, who also reviewed the proofs.
13. The Obscure Subject: Sovereignty and Geopolitics in Carl Schmitt's The Nomos of the Earth—Bruno Bosteels
14. Space and Nomos—Felipe Martínez Marzoa
15. A Nomos without Truth—Christopher Fynsk
Part 3. Historical and Literary Encounters
16. A Nomic Event: Matanza en Madrid—Grant Farred
17. Imagined Secularization: The Nomos of the Earth and the Challenge of the Western Hemispheric Interstate System—Gareth Williams
18. A Comedy of Terrors: Candide and the Jus Publicum Europaeum—Carol Watts
19. Oil Wars, or Extrastate Conflict "beyond the Line": Schmitt's Nomos, Deleuze's War Machine, and the New Order of the Earth—Janell Watson
20. The Spirit of the Beehive: On Carl Schmitt's "The New Nomos of the Earth"—Teresa M. Vilarós
21. On Asylum and Genealogy—Ranjana Khanna
22.From the Nomos to the Meridian—Carlos A. Otero
23. Notes on Contributors
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