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proceedings of the ' nationi a__. sciences of the united states 0: november 1971 volume 68 number 11 i f? ~ ~ n amoierical

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Ernest Gellner and the 'Constructivist' Theory of Nation

Ernest Gellner and the

defines a nation as an expression of conscious self-identification and the con-tinually renewed will to co-exist in a particular community. He considers this definition too broad, as it may be applied to all types of associations, such as clubs, parties, and even gangs.6 The volition factor plays an important role in shaping each particular nation, yet volition appears in the circumstances de ...

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The Clash of Civilizations? - JSTOR

The Clash of Civilizations? - JSTOR

decline of the nation state from the conflicting pulls of tribalism and globalism, among others. Each of these visions catches aspects of the emerging reality. Yet they all miss a crucial, indeed a central, aspect of what global politics is likely to be in the coming years. It is my hypothesis that the fundamental source of conflict in this new world will not be primarily ideological or ...

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LES STATUTS DE L'ORDRE DE CLUNY DE L'ANNÉE 1399 - jstor.org

LES STATUTS DE L

Il s'agit d'un prêt d'argent, consenti par la nation de Picardie de l'université de Paris, au profit d'un clerc, qui dépose en gage un volume de Décrétales et un bréviaire, et qui, de plus, est obligé de se faire cautionner par un tondeur de draps. « Universis presentes litteras inspecturis, officialis curie Parisiensis, salutem in Domino. Notum facimus quod, coram nobis personaliter ...

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To Be Born Department of Information and Publicity ... - JSTOR

To Be Born Department of Information and Publicity ... - JSTOR

To Be Born a Nation Namibian people. It was necessary to put equal effort into our work of political mobilisation throughout the countr-y as a prerequisite for the successful development of the armed struggle and the liberation struggle as a whole. The heightened level of activity on the political and military fronts brought about increasing support for SWAPO, and established it firmly as the ...

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th Qu’est-ce qu’une nation? - UC Paris

th Qu’est-ce qu’une nation? - UC Paris

Not a single nation finds its origins in Alexander’s colossal adventure, otherwise so rich in consequences for the general history of civilization. The Roman Empire was much nearer to being a fatherland. In response to the cessation of wars, Roman domination, at first so hard, quickly came to be loved. It was a grand association synonymous with order, peace, and civilization. In the last day

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Nation-building - Harvard University

Nation-building - Harvard University

Nation-building Alberto Alesina Harvard and IGIER Bocconi Bryony Reich University College London First Draft: October 2012 Latest Revision: February 2015 Abstract Nations stay together when citizens share enough values and preferences and can communicate with each other. Homogeneity amongst people can be built with education, teaching a common language, building infrastructure for easier ...

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The highlands of Æthiopia. Volume 1 - JSTOR

The highlands of Æthiopia. Volume 1 - JSTOR

Nation - 11 - 20 - 28 - 36 Viii CONTENTS. CHAP. VIII. Page Unexplored Countries to the South - 53 CHAP. IX. The River Gochob - 67 CHAP. X. Existing Christian Remnants - - 74 CHAP. XI. The Conversion of JEthiopia - 84 CHAP. XII. Efforts of the Apostolic Church - 92 CHAP. XIII. The Religious War 103 CHAP. XIV. Temporary submission to the Pope of Rome - - 112 CHAP. XV. Expulsion of the Jesuits ...

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Nationalism, Patriotism, and Group Loyalty: A Social ...

Nationalism, Patriotism, and Group Loyalty: A Social ...

see the nation as providing them and their progeny with security and safety as well as status and prestige in return for their loyalty and commitment. Although these needs, in general, characterize the bases for nationalism,

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Clarion call, Vol. 1, No. 3 - psimg.jstor.org

Clarion call, Vol. 1, No. 3 - psimg.jstor.org

were a sovereign andindependent Nation long beforeMr Piet Retief approached KingDingane at Mgungundlovu forland. The Prime Minister alsoknows that it was both the twowhite language groups the Afri-kaners and the English who atvarious levels undermined thatsovereignity and that indepen-dence which the Zulus ultimatelylost at Ulundi in 1879. We wereforced into becoming part of SouthAfrica since ...

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The Competitive Advantage of Nations

The Competitive Advantage of Nations

which each nation was internationally successful at nants of competitive advantage in individual industries three points in time: 1971, 1978, and 1985. The pattern and also sketches out some of the study's overall impli-of competitive industries in each economy was far from cations for government policy and company strategy. A random: the task was to explain it and how it had fuller treatment ...

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