Understanding Legitimacy: Political Theory and Neo-Calvinist Social Thought

Lexington Books (2016)
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This book addresses a substantive normative issue of contemporary political theory, the issue of political legitimacy, critiquing the mainstream approach of justificatory liberalism and offering an alternative reconstructed from neo-Calvinist social thought, a rich source of insights that might be applied to other issues within political theory.



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