History of the Theory of Sovereignty Since Rousseau

Kulit Depan
The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 1999 - 232 halaman
 

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CHAPTER
11
Necessity of a divine source of political power
13
Althusius and the Monarchomachs
23
Rousseau
33
CHAPTER II
39
Sketch of the antirevolutionary movement
60
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109
Monarchical sovereignty
127
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129
The theory of concurrent sovereignty
162
The distinction between the sovereignty of the government
179
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184
FEDERALISM AND CONTINENTAL THEORY
185
Historical résumé
217
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POPULAR AND STATE SOVEREIGNTY CONTINUED
121

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Halaman 25 - ... strength upon one man, or upon one assembly of men, that may reduce all their wills, by plurality of voices, unto one will : which is as much as to say, to appoint one man, or assembly of men, to bear their person...
Halaman 26 - ... ghostly authority against the civil; working on men's minds, with words and distinctions, that of themselves signify nothing, but bewray by their obscurity; that there walketh, as some think, invisibly another kingdom, as it were a kingdom of fairies, in the dark.

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Charles E. Merriam, an American political scientist, is generally regarded as the father of the behavioral movement in political science. He spent most of his career at the University of Chicago and played an active role in Chicago reform politics. He was also dedicated to interdisciplinary research and was a major founder of the Social Science Research Council in 1923. He was a member of the presidential committee that produced the monumental Recent Social Trends in the United States in 1933; during the Roosevelt administration, he took part in the work of several influential committees and boards.

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