Political Ordering

Political Ordering
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      By the end of this unit you will be able to understand:

      • the degree to which states’ claims to legitimacy are recognised and acknowledged by individuals and groups varies in time and space

      • how a shared experience of ambivalence to or alienation from the state may produce critical political perspectives on the state, both reformist and radical

      • how one critical tradition, the tradition of political anarchism, contends that it is possible and desirable to have an ordered society without the institutions of the state

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