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Thoughts and Theses on the Corona Exceptional State
by Rolf Gossner
Heribert Prantl rightly asks whether the Corona crisis could become "a blueprint for action in real or supposed extreme situations". And possibly not only in extreme situations, but also in everyday life. For the state of emergency in the modern prevention state, in which we have been living for a long time, tends to mutate into the legal normal state of crisis prevention.
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