Sovereignty as a Political-Philosophical Category of Modernity

Russian Studies in Philosophy 48 (2):75-89 (2009)
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The author analyzes the evolution of the concept of sovereignty from feudal times through early modernity to the present day. She examines the problematic relationship between the ideas of sovereignty, democracy, and pluralism, and discusses the decline and possible disappearance of sovereignty in the context of globalization

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