Public Action and its Limits: Authority’s Response to Critical Questioning

@inproceedings{Currie2000PublicAA,
  title={Public Action and its Limits: Authority’s Response to Critical Questioning},
  author={Bob Currie},
  year={2000}
}
This study began with the question, ‘what sort of politics is best suited to protecting the security and well-being of the associates’? It has suggested that the foundations of security and well-being are established through a system of obligations and correlative claims held by political associates within the polity. These goals are closely bound up with the legitimate and socially regulated exercise and renewal of authority: with a mode of justified authority that implies that possibilities… CONTINUE READING

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