APA 6th Edition Althusius, J. (2003). Politika. Politička misao, 40 (4), 51-68. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/22925
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Sažetak The essay consists of two parts. The first part deals with the fundamental concepts of political science: what is politics, what is its subject and its purpose; the nature of human beings as social or political (simbiotic) beings; the nature of authority and law in the function of maintaining and developing people’s natural sociability in the political community. In the second part, the author looks into the character of political community or state as a universal simbiotic community, as a community of communities (particular public associations – towns and provinces, which are communities of simple and private associations – the families of associations). The author analyses the definition of the universal simbiotic community (which the author calls a kingdom or at times a republic), the right to sovereignty (ius majestatis) or the right of supreme authority (ius regni), that unalienably belongs to the people or the entire political body.