Why is Steven Lukes critical of Weber’s definition of power What are the advantages of the threedimensional view of power according to Lukes

Economic power is the authority over resources, normative power is said to be the control over the belief shared in a particular society, whereas political power is the control over violence in the society (Poggi, 1978).
Weber defined domination as an order given by a person that is obeyed by the people. A command as defined by Weber is a basic form through which an individual exercises power over others. Legitimacy as explained by Weber is the validity of any order. It is the entitlement of any ruler to issue a command and also the moral obligation on the people to obey these commands. The system of domination can be protective, stable and inexpensive if there is legitimacy(Smirnov, 2013).
According to Steven Luke, if a person has certain power over another he can make the other do things that the other usually does not want to do or would rather not do if not for power being imposed. A successful attempt by any person to make the other person work against own will is the “actual power”(Lukes, 2005).
Steven Luke criticized the view of Max Weber by saying that they have not explained that concept of power completely and through many perspectives. He said that the view given by the ancient writer regarding power is superficial as well as restrictive, as that writer was not able to define the concept of power from the perspective of the political issues taking place in a particular state (Lukes, 2005).
Steven Luke presented his three dimensions of power. There are three views that have been presented by Steven Luke. The first one is the one dimensional view which states that if a person has power over you he can make you do things that you wouldn’t do otherwise.
The two-dimensional view says that power has two faces. The first one is that power is reflected through the concrete decision made by an individual or a group. The second face is when individual exercises