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In this paper the author discusses Carl Schmitt's concept of "the political" (das Politische), and his constitutional teaching (Verfassungslehre). He is trying to explain that the logic of Schmitt's argument against liberal democracy and in favor of populist democracy follows all the important conclusions made by Jean-Jacques Rousseau in his Social Contract, with only one exception. Schmitt was, namely, reluctant to accept that the social contract ever occurred in any historical society and hedoi:10.2298/soc1003225m fatcat:nh5vs2seyneybkdpybosmuujky