Al di là di Amleto ed Ecuba Irruzione e gioco nel pensiero di Carl Schmitt

Andrea Mossa


Those who read Hamlet or Hecuba from a specialist’s standpoint have often found it naïve, and maybe with good reason. Yet I do not want to linger on its worth or faults as a critical essay; I would rather try to read Schmitt’s book in the same way that he read Hamlet, as an eccentric writing, not completely closed, that deals with a subject matter but revolves around another one. In Hamlet or Hecuba two concepts are applied that play a basic role at a certain stage of Schmitt’s thought; “irruption” (Einbruch) and “play” (Spiel) get their full meaning with regard to the concept of the “political” and the philosophy of history.

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