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The Moral Significance of Nationalism, 71 Notre Dame Law Review 7 (1995)

Abstract

Given the current world situation, it is certainly no surprise that philosophers
and political theorists are paying increasing attention to the topic
of nationalism. It is not an easy subject to study, in part because the word
means such different things to different people. There are many areas of
disagreement. What counts as a "nation"? Is a nation defined by its language?
by its culture? by ethnicity? What is the relationship between nationalism
and the state? What are the historical origins of nationalism?

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