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Kimberly Hutchings

dynamics of power. (2006: 187) Habermas devotes rather more space to the refutation of arguments derived from the international legal theory of Schmitt, which argue against the further juridification of international politics and for the post-Westphalian emergence of two mutually antithetical imperial hemispheres (2006: 188).5 However, Habermas’s reasons for refuting this interpretation of contemporary world politics are very much the same as for his rejections of the other two. Habermas traces Schmitt’s claims about international law to their grounding in moral non

in Time and world politics