Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 QQ

[It doesn’t matter whether the sovereign gives you something2a or takes something2a away from you. What matters is that something2a reflects both your potential1a, ultimately, your choice3b.

At the extreme, the subject is completely objectified.

I3b and me1a become, what Giorgio Agamben called, homo sacer.

The mirror of the world3a becomes the camp.]