We present an authorization logic that is quite similar to constructive modal S4. The logic assumes that principals are conceited in their beliefs. We describe the sequent calculus, Hilbert-style axiomatization, and Kripke semantics of the logic. A distinguishing characteristic of the sequent calculus is that hypothetical reasoning is relativized to beliefs of principals. We prove several meta-theoretic results including cut-elimination, and soundness and completeness for the Kripke semantics.