- Title Pages
1Legitimacy and Self-Determination
2In Defense of Functionalism
3Is Political Legitimacy Worth Promoting?
4The Sovereign and the Republic a
5Political Legitimacy Under Epistemic Constraints
6Legitimacy as a Right To Err
7Official Intentions and Political Legitimacy
8The Political Legitimacy of International NGOs
9Evaluating Consensual Models of Governance
10On the Empirical Measurement of Legitimacy
11The Empirical Study of Legitimate Authority Normative Guidance for Positive Analysis
12Trustworthy Government and Legitimating Beliefs
- Political Legitimacy
- Jack Knight, Melissa Schwartzberg
- NYU Press
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