Criticizing Global Governance by Markus Lederer, Philipp S. Muller

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The observation of a consistent divergence of the concept of sovereignty and the actual state of affairs in political practice has even led to the conclusion that sovereignty is little more than “organized hypocrisy” (Krasner 1999). Against the thesis of the decline of state sovereignty, others have argued in defense of the sovereign state holding that states have not lost as much of their ability to rule as some scholars want us to believe (Philpott 1995, 1999; Sørensen 1999). In both cases, however, the question is not if the evidence provided is right or wrong; rather, the meaning of the evidence is contested and, once again, brings to bear the dependence of conceptual analysis on meta-theoretical assumptions, showing that the whole enterprise of discussing normative concepts along the lines of empirical data is mistaken (Kratochwil 2001).

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Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Scharpf, Fritz. 1999. Regieren in Europa: effektiv und demokratisch? Frankfurt: Campus Verlag. Schmidt, Vivien A. 2001. Discourse and the Legitimation of Economic and Social Policy Change in Europe. In Globalization and the European Political Economy, edited by S. Weber, 229–272. New York: Columbia University Press. Steffek, Jens. 2003. The Legitimation of International Governance: A Discourse Approach. European Journal of International Relations 9 (2): 249–275.

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