4 edition of Will and political legitimacy found in the catalog.
Will and political legitimacy
Originally published as: Cambridge, Mass., London: Harvard University Press, 1982.
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According to Weber, beliefs in the legitimacy of a political system go beyond philosophy and they directly contribute to the state system stability and authority. All rulers have an explanation for their superiority, an explanation that is commonly accepted but during a crisis can be questioned. Legality and Legitimacy concludes the critique of legal positivism and the rationality of statute law he began in The Crisis of Parliamentary Democracy and Political Theology and does so in the historical context of Weimar’s final crisis. It was an important argument at the time and is just as significant seventy-odd years later.”.
Political Legitimacy in Middle Africa looks closely at elements of African moral and political thought and offers a nuanced assessment of whether democracy might flourish were it . Bruce Gilley examines political legitimacy in 72 countries containing 83% of the world's population in the late s and early s in an article in the European Journal of Political Research in He further develops his ideas in a book published by Columbia University Press.
Governments and their supporters attempt to justify their power by arguing for their moral, rightful, or predestined claim to authority. Political Legitimacy and the State examines the accounts that have been given of legitimacy, proposing that legitimation should be studied as a form of political activity in its own right. Drawing on recent historical examples, Barker argues for a more. "An important contribution to reflection on legitimacy and democratization as well as to the study of Southeast Asian politics The book aids our grasp of the problem of legitimacy, and carefully details the way in which it is being played out in one part of the world.".
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This chapter sets out a political usage for the term ‘legitimacy’. It suggests that whatever subsequent associations or connections may be described between political legitimacy and other forms of legitimacy, it is possible to distinguish it as a feature of the relationship between government and governed, or of the processes or structures of government.
The study of legitimate power thus lies at the heart of political science. This book examines the accounts that have been given of legitimacy within the principal traditions of political analysis. Drawing on recent historical examples, the book argues for a more diversified understanding of the function and the character of political legitimacy.
Political Man: The Social Bases of Politics is an award winning political science book from by Seymour Martin Lipset. The book is an influential analysis of the bases of democracy across the world.
One of the important sections is Chapter 2: "Economic Development and Democracy."Author: Seymour Martin Lipset. Political Legitimacy in Middle Africa: Father, Family, Food [Michael G. Schatzberg] on virtuosobs.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. refreshing and provocative a significant addition to existing literature on African politics.
―Stephen Ellis It opens up a whole new field of investigationCited by: Islam and Political Legitimacy contends that the growing reliance on Islamic symbolism across the Muslim world, even in states that have had a strained relationship with Islam, has contributed to the evolution of Islam as a social and cultural factor to an entrenched political force.
The geographic breadth of this book offers readers a nuanced Author: Abdullah Saeed. The right to rule affects all political activities and is crucial to an understanding of the politics of any country. This book studies political legitimacy in seven Southeast Asian countries-Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Burma, Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam.
Among the questions is addresses are: What is the meaning and nature of legitimacy?5/5(1). Political Legitimacy and Housing book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Singapore's successful public housing programme is a sour /5. Scholars, journalists, and politicians today worry that the world's democracies are facing a crisis of legitimacy.
Although there are key challenges facing democracy--including concerns about electoral interference, adherence to the rule of law, and the freedom of the press--it is not clear that these difficulties threaten political legitimacy. Containing essays on the political, legal, and philosophical dimensions of political legitimacy, this volume reflects the cutting edge of responses to fundamental philosophical questions, drawing, in Read more.
This second part of the book turns to an examination of the conditions under which it is morally justifiable to exercise political power to enforce international law in the pursuit of justice. 5 develops a justice‐based conception of political legitimacy, where “political legitimacy” is defined as follows: An entity has political legitimacy if and only if it is morally justified in.
The Legitimation of Power by David Beetham is a famous political theory text. The book examines the legitimation of power as an essential issue for social scientists to take into account, looking at both relationships between legitimacy and the variety of contemporary political systems.
Political legitimacy is a virtue of political institutions and of the decisions—about laws, policies, and candidates for political office—made within them. This entry will survey the main answers that have been given to the following questions.
First, how should legitimacy be defined. Is it primarily a descriptive or a normative concept. Islam and Political Legitimacy contends that the growing reliance on Islamic symbolism across the Muslim world, even in states that have had a strained relationship with Islam, has contributed to the evolution of Islam as a social and cultural factor to an entrenched political force.
The geographic breadth of this book offers readers a nuanced. The diversity and backgrounds of East Asian nations provides a particular challenge when trying to determine the level of political legitimacy of individual governments.
This book brings together both political philosophers and political scientists to examine the distinctive forms of political legitimacy that exist in contemporary East virtuosobs.comcturer: Cambridge University Press. Political legitimacy can be described as people’s recognition and acceptance of the validity of the rules of their entire political system and the decisions of their rulers.
Accordingly, two things can be expected from political systems that have a considerable level of political legitimacy. First, these political systems will be. All governments and their supporters attempt to justify their power by the arguments and rituals of legitimacy.
The study of legitimate power lies at the heart of political science and this book examines the accounts that have been given of legitimacy within the principal traditions of political analysis. Get this from a library. Political legitimacy and the state.
[Rodney S Barker] -- All governments and their supporters attempt to justify their power by the arguments and rituals of legitimacy.
In this book, Rodney Barker, examines the accounts that have been given of legitimacy. Jan 01, · Political Legitimacy in Middle Africa book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. refreshing and provocative a significant add /5. Legitimacy. With respect to political theory, a state is perceived as being legitimate when its citizens treat it as properly holding and exercising political power.
While the term exists beyond the political realm, as it encompasses sociology, philosophy, and psychology, legitimacy is often referred to with respect to actors, institutions, and the political orders they constitute.Sex, Politics, and Putin Political Legitimacy in Russia Valerie Sperling Oxford Studies in Culture and Politics.
An in-depth look at the political factors contributing to Russia's increasingly hostile environment for women and those outside of prevailing gender norms.Max Weber's views on law are best understood in relation to his general analysis of types of political authority.
Weber provided, amongst other elements of his political sociology, a conceptual framework for systematic analysis of the role of law in securing political legitimacy. The significance of this conceptual framework lies partly in the fact that it reflects and promotes a view of.