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The practice of political authority : authority and the authoritative / Richard E. Flathman.


Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1980.
ISBN 0226253194, 0226253198

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Subjects Authority.
Autorita╠łt.
Autorité
Gezag.
Politieke macht.
Politik.
Description xii, 274 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1980.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Distinctions and themes -- Authority as an attribute of rules and offices: the formal-procedural theory of authority -- Rules and rule following: an internal critique of the formal-procedural theory of authority -- The setting of rules and rule following: an external critique of the formal-procedural theory of authority -- Authroity and the "surrender" f individual judgment -- Authority, the merits of rules, and civil disobedience -- Power -- Power, authroity and the authoritative -- Questions and criteria in the justificatory theory of authority -- The democratization of authority -- Judging the merits of the actions of authority: authority and the authoritative -- A justification for the practice of political authority -- The theory and the practice of political authority
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5677837
(OCoLC)ocm05677837
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WorldCat Identities Flathman, Richard E.
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