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Legitimate

Used in the context of general equities. Real interest in trading as compared to a profile stance. See: Natural.

Legitimate

Describing a security or trade in which a prospective buyer intends to buy without any illegal intentions, such as price manipulation.
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That something is to illustrate, yet one more time, a key argument of this essay: when an entire discipline like the "law" of the academy is constructed as a series of legitimations and rationalizations designed to avoid taking cognizance of its own violent and destructive character, when it is designed in such a way as to destroy indiscriminately new, nonconforming thought, it is easy to become ethically disoriented.
Indeed, if, like a judge, one is continually engaged in destroying the worlds of meaning of others, if one is continually engaged in a practice fraught with violence, then one's authorization and legitimation needs are likely to be intense.
Legitimation, that is, is first and foremost an activity undertaken by rulers to assure themselves of their special status, and hence (it seems) of their right to rule.