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  Sovereignty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sovereignty is absolute, thus indivisible, but not without any limits: it exercises itself only in the public sphere, not in the private sphere.
Sovereignty, or the general will, is inalienable, for the will cannot be transmitted; it is indivisible, since it is essentially general; it is infallible and always right, determined and limited in its power by the common interest; it acts through laws.
De jure sovereignty is the legal right to do so; de facto sovereignty is the ability in fact to do so (which becomes of special concern upon the failure of the usual expectation that de jure and de facto sovereignty exist at the place and time of concern, and rest in the same organization).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sovereignty   (2503 words)

 Sovereignty - LoveToKnow 1911
Sovereignty is also used in a wider sense, as the equivalent of the power, actual or potential, of the whole nation or society (Gierke, 3.
Sovereignty is used in a further sense when Plato and Aristotle speak of the sovereignty of the laws (Laws, 4.
Among the definitions of sovereignty may be quoted these: "That which decides in questions of war and peace, and of making or dissolving alliances, and about laws and capital punishment, and exiles and fines, and audit of accounts and examinations of administrators after their term of office" (Aristotle, Politics, 4.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Sovereignty   (4195 words)

 Popular sovereignty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Popular sovereignty (also known as squatter sovereignty) is the doctrine that the state is created by and subject to the will of the people, who are the source of all political power.
Popular sovereignty is an idea that dates to the social contract school (mid-1600s to mid 1700s), represented by Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679), John Locke (1632-1704) and Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778).
The most controversial aspect of sovereignty was the choice of residents to accept or reject slavery.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Popular_sovereignty   (614 words)

The holder of sovereignty is superior to all authorities under its purview.
A final pair of adjectives that define sovereignty is “internal” and “external.” In this case, the words do not describe exclusive sorts of sovereignty, but different aspects of sovereignty that are coexistent and omnipresent.
Today, norms of sovereignty are enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, whose article 2(4) prohibits attacks on “political independence and territorial integrity,” and whose Article 2(7) sharply restricts intervention.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/sovereignty   (5037 words)

Internally within the United Kingdom, the notion of sovereignty is bound up with the doctrine of Parliamentary Sovereignty, which in turn is the outcome of the battle between Crown and Parliament as to which should wield supreme power in the land.
Even though the "loss of sovereignty" may be limited to fairly precise areas of Government and Parliamentary powers and be without significance for the lives of most of the country, still the phrase conjures up a spectre of major and uncontrollable change and of adjustments that will have to be made which are deeply disturbing.
Nevertheless the impact of entry upon sovereignty is closely related to the blurring of distinctions between domestic political and foreign affairs, to the relatively greater political responsibility of the bureaucracy of the Community and the lack of effective democratic control.
www.sovereignty.org.uk /features/eucon/fcosov.html   (5018 words)

Strictly speaking, in our republican forms of government the absolute sovereignty of the nation is in the people of the nation and the residuary sovereignty of each state, not granted to any of its public functionaries, is in the people of the state; Chisholm v.
Sovereignty means that the decree of the sovereign makes law; and foreign courts can not condemn the influences persuading the sovereign to make the decree; American Banana Co. v.
The idea of sovereignty was not associated in the Teutonic mind with dominion over a particular portion of the earth’s surface; it was distinctly personal or tribal; and so was their conception of law.
www.pixi.com /~kingdom/sovereignty.html   (600 words)

 Title of Work: Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission
Despite the fact that the Sovereignty Commission was soon to be identified as Mississippi’s “segregation watchdog agency,” neither the word “segregation” nor the word “integration” appeared in the carefully crafted bill creating the new state agency.
Meanwhile, the Sovereignty Commission deployed its paid and unpaid fl informants throughout the state to keep the NAACP and the Mississippi Progressive Voters’ League under surveillance.
But the 1956 act that had created the Sovereignty Commission remained on the state’s law books until 1977, when the state legislature voted to seal the official records of the agency for fifty years until 2027.
www.olemiss.edu /depts/south/ms_encyclopedia/sovereigntysample.htm   (1140 words)

 SOVEREIGNTY - in the Context of U.S. "Indian law"
The result of colonial assertions of sovereignty was that indigenous nations were legally stripped of their independent status.
In the earliest treaties, statutes, and cases, indigenous nations were regarded as having a "subordinate" sovereignty related to their "right of occupancy." Denied full sovereignty as independent nations, they were nevertheless regarded as having authority over their own relations amongst themselves --an "internal" or "tribal" sovereignty.
It may also be true that the persistence of "tribal sovereignty" has kept alive the idea of local sovereignty, of "the people" as the ultimate source of legal authority.
www.umass.edu /legal/derrico/sovereignty.html   (1380 words)

 sovereignty. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
The concept of sovereignty has had a long history of development, and it may be said that every political theorist since Plato has dealt with the notion in some manner, although not always explicitly.
Thomas Hobbes later furthered the concept of kingly sovereignty by stating that the king not only declares law but creates it; he thereby gave the sovereign both absolute moral and political power.
The concept of sovereignty was closely related to the growth of the modern nation-state, and today the term is used almost exclusively to describe the attributes of a state rather than a person.
www.bartleby.com /65/so/sovereig.html   (532 words)

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Internally, a sovereign government is a fixed authority with a settled population that possesses a monopoly on the use of force.
Although many see threats to state sovereignty from a wide variety of sources, many of these can be grouped in three broad areas: the rise of human rights, economic globalization, and the growth of supranational institutions, the latter being partially driven by economic integration and the cause of human rights.
The concept of sovereignty is central to international relations theory and theories of the state and provides the foundation of the conventional separation of modern politics into domestic and international spheres.
www.beyondintractability.org /m/sovereignty.jsp   (3800 words)

The Sovereignty of God is the highest and perhaps the least understood doctrine in Christianity.
The Doctrine of Sovereignty is a new paradigm.
Sovereignty is the ultimate source of authority and power of God (1 Chronicles 29:11-12).
www.biblenews1.com /define/sovereignty.htm   (7274 words)

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Sovereignty has to be very carefully protected, like a precious jewel, when it's our own sovereignty.
Sovereignty of others is treated with the same contempt that it has been since the 1770's.
Remember, their sovereignty in East Timor is comparable to that of Saddam Hussein's in Kuwait, or of Nazi Germany's in occupied France.
www.zmag.org /CrisesCurEvts/Timor/sovereignty.htm   (6142 words)

One is a domestic or internal sovereignty that allows one to speak of a community or nation as a cohesive body.
Another qualification that Bodin introduces into the definition of sovereignty as absolute and perpetual is one that will become increasingly important in subsequent theorisations, culminating in the work of Carl Schmitt.
In what Negri calls 'the teleology of the common' we are freed from sovereignty because the common is a horizontal generative plane of the multitude - the common is what produces what is - sovereignty is inadequate to the politics/ practice of the multitude.
www.generation-online.org /c/csovereignty.htm   (669 words)

Sovereignty or self-rule ultimately arises not from the possession of gold, but from the responsible exercise of the privilege to spend the paper money currency of a Nation into circulation.
In this way, the common people retain their sovereignty and the governments and the banks are and remain subservient to the common people.
One can see that Sovereignty is more a privilege than a right because ultimately it is properly established by responsible behavior, the courage to correct the wrongs of civilizations, and the determination to support the Constitution as it supports the lawful continuity of commerce and the equal application and equal protection of the law.
www.navi.net /~rsc/banking.htm   (3040 words)

 Leiter Reports: A Group Blog: Sovereignty
Third, I think the line between self-rule and dictatorial rule is less clear than it might at first seem, since dictators are generally open to some forms of informal influence from other power centers in the society, and the institutions of representative self-rule in a larger nation always disempower the population at least somewhat.
I mean all this to question the romance we attach to “democracy,” or procedural self-government, and to suggest, instead, that there is intrinsic value in an individual’s ability to identify with the ruler of the territory he calls home, even if it falls short of outright democratic self-government.
Second, it may be worth re-emphasizing that sovereignty so-conceived, as a "right" to a certain kind of rule based on identification, is not fact-dependent.
leiterreports.typepad.com /blog/2005/12/sovereignty.html   (3473 words)

 SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD - Holman Bible Dictionary on StudyLight.org
Creative Sovereignty God is the Lord of creation, the source of all things, who brought the world into being and who guides His creation toward a meaningful end.
Sovereignty and Freedom Divine sovereignty does not mean that everything which occurs in the world is God's will.
This freedom means that sovereignty must always be distinguished from “fate” or “destiny,” the belief that everything which occurs in the world has been predetermined, scheduled in advance, by God.
www.studylight.org /dic/hbd/view.cgi?number=T5976   (619 words)

 Sovereignty Website Webzine Blog of Sovereignty Journal Magazine
Sovereignty's round-the-world correspondent, David Brown, files reports from Ecuador, Easter Island and Chile and Bolivia
Alistair McConnachie writes: Our aim at Sovereignty is to communicate, educate and influence, and to build our media communication efforts - both our printed Journal and this Website - in order to reach as many people as possible with our positive message of sovereignty and self-determination.
Content of this website is copyright © Sovereignty or author/source unless otherwise stated.
www.sovereignty.org.uk   (312 words)

 Bush's comment on tribal sovereignty creates a buzz
Sovereignty is "the nearest and dearest, No. 1 issue in Indian Country," said Jacqueline Johnson, executive director of the Washington, D.C.-based National Congress of American Indians.
To prospective Indian voters, sovereignty is an issue steeped in legal meaning that drives Native American stances on public policy, court cases and tribes' core "government-to-government" dealings with the United States.
He noted that, lost in all the fallout from Bush's statements on sovereignty, were statements he made later about his administration's substantial increase to Indian education funding.
seattlepi.nwsource.com /national/186171_bushtribes13.html   (1585 words)

 Definition of Sovereignty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Sovereignty in government is that public authority which directs or orders what is to be done by each member associated in relation to the end of the association.
The necessary existence of the state and that right and power which necessarily follow is "sovereignty." By "sovereignty" in its largest sense is meant supreme, absolute, uncontrollable power, the absolute right to govern.
Abstractedly, sovereignty resides in the body of the nation and belongs to the people.
www.hawaii-nation.org /sovereignty.html   (356 words)

 American Indian Sovereignty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
No, it was through the affirmation of their "sovereignty" -- that is, through the affirmation of the kind of sovereignty that the Western Shoshone have under "federal Indian law." As we have seen, this kind of sovereignty is not real self-determination.
The concept of sovereignty was a response to civil war in the Christian world at the close of the Middle Ages.
Sovereignty -- the notion of "absolute, unlimited power held permanently in a single person or source, inalienable, indivisible, and original" -- is today a theory under siege.
www.nativeweb.org /pages/legal/sovereignty.html   (5886 words)

 TomDispatch - Tomgram: Adam Hochschild on hubris and the pseudostate
The rolling of drums (or is that the boom of mortars?), the handing over of what our President insists is "complete, full sovereignty" to an "Iraqi government," the moment for which this whole war was supposedly fought (once, at least, that every other conceivable reason fell away).
Nationalism, independence, sovereignty -- these are near religious phenomena (as is "patriotism," after all) and not to acknowledge them frontally assures that your analysis will make next to no sense.
These, too, were decked out with the external symbols of sovereignty, and in the case of two Soviet pseudostates, you didn't even have to go there to see their flags.
www.tomdispatch.com /index.mhtml?pid=1516   (2382 words)

 Sovereignty of God
He discusses Calvin's thoughts on predestination, election, reprobation; their relation to the Fall, and of course that infamous charge that to hold to such views must conclude that God is the "Author of sin".
Remember, the point being made here is not that divine sovereignty is merely consistent with secondary freedom, but rather is that which establishes it.
The Sovereignty of God: The Doctrines of Grace and Evangelism and Hyper Calvinism.
www.monergism.com /thethreshold/articles/topic/sovereignty.html   (2493 words)

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