By Markus Lederer, Philipp S. Muller
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The investigation of the constitutive function of our language makes it necessary to engage with the well-known fallacy that a concept has meaning only if it corresponds to a reality “out there,” that is, we can describe the world as it “truly” is. Along with this descriptive fallacy comes the idea that, in order to make a concept fruitful for explanatory analysis and construction of hypotheses, we need to reconstruct a “descriptive” and neutral meaning that fits best with the corresponding segment of our reality.
Sovereignty can therefore be read as a claim to a monopoly of legitimate authority in a particular territory that, through the distinction of inside and outside, enables the realization of political 32 / konrad späth community and the achievement of a common good within the spatially and temporally drawn borders. However, with the ascendancy of the pattern of argumentation associated with global governance, this claim to exclusive authority within the state is challenged. The rhetoric of global governance introduces a specific narrative or logical path that counters the claims of sovereignty to the monopoly of legitimate rule and authority within a closed territory.
Cambridge: Polity Press. Griffin, David, 1999. Global Government: Objections Considered. In Toward Genuine Global Governance, edited by E. Harris and J. Yunker, 57–68. Westport: Praeger. Hall, Rodney Bruce, and Thomas J. Biersteker. 2002. The Emergence of Private Authority in Global Governance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hardt, Michael, and Antonio Negri. 2000. Empire. Harvard: Harvard University Press. Harris, Errol. 1999. Global Governance or World Government? In Toward Genuine Global Governance, edited by E.
Criticizing Global Governance by Markus Lederer, Philipp S. Muller