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The ontology of power in political and sociological aspects

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The ontology of power, its forms and varieties are indeed connected with natural and artificial attributes of political domination. The power of state is a form of public political power, i.e. political domination of a large social group („people‟, political nation or elite). Political power is a function of an asymmetrical society, has its specific attributes and possesses a professional apparatus to regulate social relations, enforce law and apply measures of legitimate enforcement.

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