5 edition of Patterns of Kingship and Authority in Traditional Asia found in the catalog.
December 1984 by Methuen .
Written in English
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The concept originated in prehistoric times, but it continues to exert a recognizable influence in the modern world. Rational-legal authority This type of authority rests on the belief in the "legality" of formal rules and hierarchies, and in the right of those elevated in the hierarchy to posses authority and issue commands.
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Often were altered by new converts, who blended traditional beliefs with the new doctines. Ties between religion and kingship in Southeast Asia. Included Buddhist kings, Javanese kings, Vietnamese emperors, and Patterns of Kingship and Authority in Traditional Asia book sultans.
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of Political Science & Public Administration, Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria)File Size: 69KB. Rational-Legal Authority. If traditional authority derives from custom and tradition, rational-legal authority derives from law and is based on a belief in the legitimacy of a society’s laws and rules and in the right of leaders to act under these rules to make decisions and set policy.
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The king is meant to be a servant of the people. The Lord God is to choose the king. The king is to live a life as a servant, and as a servant, he should not have many wives, horses, etc. in other words, the king is to live a life of simplicity.
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The ancient Roman proletariat was recognized by King Servius Tullius as the lowest class of Roman citizens.
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The Impact of Islam. As Islam spread across the Arabian Peninsula and later across North Africa and the Middle East, it had an aggregating effect. The occupants of these areas had been nomadic tribes for a very long time.
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African traditional religions produced no written works, but derived pdf authority from oral history, custom and practice, and the power of priests, kings and others gifted in dealing with.About the Book.
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