Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict: Philosophical Perspectives
This collection of essays approaches the problems and strengths of nationalism from a number of philosophical perspectives. The contributors craft a definition of nation/nationalism that emphasizes the cultural and sociopolitical ties uniting members of a country rather than merely their place of origin.
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On Redefining the Nation
Zionism Nationalism and Morality
Morally Allowed Required or Valuable?
On Liberalisms Ambivalence Regarding Nationalism
Confronting the Intuitions
The New Nationalisms
Liberal Egalitarianism and the Case for Supporting
Does Membership in a Nation as Such Generate
Is National Identity Essential for Personal Identity?
Cosmopolitan Democracy and Liberal Nationalism
Liberally Limited Nationalism
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