Identify a company you are passionate about. For instance, are you passionate about cosmetics, music, high-tech, motorcycles, haute couture, gaming, fitness, something else?
• Cannot be company we already used (e.g., Apple, Delta, Netflix)
• Or in their direct industry (e.g., Jet Blue, Dell, Amazon Prime Video)
• But, can do adjacent industries (e.g., Amazon Prime delivery, aircraft manufacturing)
• Can be a successful company (e.g., Google, Disney, Verizon, etc.)
• Can be a failed or failing company (e.g., Payless, Xerox, GoPro, Remington, Fitbit)
Building on your own research of the company, the concepts developed in the course, and your own experiences, answer the following 2 questions:
1) Identify its strengths and weaknesses
• What is its strategy and business model?
• How well do they work?
• How do the pieces fit together?
2) Identify one clear risk facing this company
• Either a current challenge or one they may face in the near future
• If you were advising this company, what advice would you give (could include shutting down)
This essay will argue that Schmitt makes a number of pertinent critiques of democracy, and that his theory of sovereignty is a powerful and subtle account of the exercise of political power. However, Schmitt’s theory in Der Bergriff is fundamentally incoherenton a number of counts. As Derrida notes at the start of the essay,Schmitt’s concept of the political is unobtainable, it is structurallyanalogous to the concept of redemption in Christianity: it can onlyever occur in the future when placed in the present utterance ofspeech. That he has created a ‘pure’ concept of the political is notonly immensely politically unsound, divorcing as it does the notion ofpolitics from the notion of the ‘good life’ that we find in politicalphilosophy since Aristotle, it is theoretically suspect. Schmitt basesthe entire of his political theory on an aestheticisation of violence,which is not born out by the phenomenological experience of violence,and misunderstands the relationship between sovereignty and the social world. That his concept of politics is unobtainable is tacitly admitted bySchmitt (1996) in The Leviathan in the State Theory of Thomas Hobbes:Meaning and Failure of a Political Symbol. This work is written at theheight of Nazi power, and yet Schmitt reverses his earlier claim about the relationship between the state of exception and the total state.This book could be seen as the epitaph to the argument between Schmittand Benjamin (before Benjamin fled Germany to die at the Spanishborder) on the notion of the state of exception. In the quote from Benjamin that begins this essay he uses a distinction between a realand a fake state of emergency: what he understands is that the use of aconstant state of emergency is where the possibility of a relation between law and that state collapses. Sadly, Schmitt realised this too late. II Was God a Bureaucrat? If there is today still no lack of those who do not know howindecent it is to “believe”–or a sign of decadence, of a broken willto live–well, they will know it tomorrow. (Nietzsche: 1990:3) Schmitt developed most of his ideas in the shadow of the Weimarrepublic, a democracy struggling without an armed forced and without aclear government. In this period, many conservative thinkers lookedback to a time when man used to have God underwriting divine rule. Inthis Mythis>GET ANSWER