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Pluralistic Theory of Sovereignty: An Overview

Mrs. Randeep Dhoot
Assistant Prof. (Political Science), S.D.Arya Mahila College, Dinanagar. Email-randeep.dhoot@rediffmail.com
Online First: December 27, 2017
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Abstract

The term pluralism has been  applied  to a number of  philosophical theories which differ from one another but have one common feature ,i.e., their hostility to the traditional  theory  of  sovereignty. The pluralists do not advocate the abolition of  the  state  as  the anarchists  do  but  they  deprive it only of its sovereignty. In their scheme, the state continues to be a necessary social  institution.  Laski pointed out that â€œno sovereign has anywhere possessed unlimited power and the attempt to exert it has always resulted in the establishments of safeguards”. The influence of other associations within the State is no less important than the State itself as a sovereign.

Keyword : absoluteness, association, groups, sovereignty, trade unions.

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