After the nation?

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Full Title After the nation? critical reflections on nationalism and postnationalism
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Lc Classifications JC311 .A3549 2010
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Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Number Of Pages 278
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Pagination xi, 278 p. ;
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Publish Date 2010
Publish Places Basingstoke, Hampshire
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Publishers Palgrave Macmillan
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Series International political theory series
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Subjects Nationalism
Self-determination, National
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After the nation?
Authors Keith Breen
Shane O'Neill
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Categories Philosophy
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Description Celebrated by some as the source of political value and a key organizational principle, decried by others as treacherous and intellectually moribund, the nation- state and nationalism have endured despite the momentous upheavals of the 20th century. But in an age of increasing globalization and political fragmentation, does the nation-state have the relevance it once had? Do the novel challenges and historical developments we face demand that we rethink our understanding of national sovereignty and the principle of self-determination? Do we need to revise our conception of justice and democracy? And how can we, in such circumstances, best manage violent conflict arising from struggles between rival national projects and identities? This thought-provoking volume brings together leading international scholars within political science and theory to explore these questions.
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Page Count 278
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Published Date 2010-10-20
Publisher Palgrave MacMillan
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Subtitle Critical Reflections on Nationalism and Postnationalism
Title After the Nation?

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