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" Nationalism is a state of mind, in which the supreme loyalty of the individual is felt to be due the nation-state. "
Reconstructing a National Identity: The Jews of Habsburg Austria during ... - Page 5
by Marsha L. Rozenblit - 2001 - 272 pages
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China in Disintegration

James E. Sheridan - History - 2008 - 352 pages
...territorial and social. There are many definitions of nationalism. Hans Kohn says that nationalism "is a state of mind, in which the supreme loyalty of the individual is felt to be due the nation-state." Carleton JH Hayes sees nationalism as "a fusion of patriotism with a consciousness...
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Word and World: Reformed Theology in America

James W. Van Hoeven - Religion - 1986 - 166 pages
...authorities on the subject tend to agree that nationalism has become a modern religion. Hans Kohn has defined nationalism as "a state of mind, in which...loyalty of the individual is felt to be due to the nation-state," while Carlton J. Hayes argues that when the national state becomes "a paramount, a supreme...
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Dictionary of Concepts in History

Harry Ritter - History - 1986 - 490 pages
...nationalism, formulated a classic definition still used in classrooms, texts, and monographs: "Nationalism is a state of mind, in which the supreme loyalty of the individual is felt to be due the nation-state" (1965: 9). Also influential was his analysis of nationalism in terms of two basic...
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Security and Strategy in the New Europe

Colin McInnes - History - 1992 - 250 pages
...phenomenon that is 'primarily psychological' (Giddens, 1987: 116). Hans Kohn has described it as 'that state of mind in which the supreme loyalty of the individual is felt to be due to the nation-state'. Karl W. Deutsch approached the problem of definition by studying communications theory....
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Patriotism, Morality, and Peace

Stephen Nathanson - Philosophy - 1993 - 227 pages
...other considerations must . . . yield at all times. . . .4 Hans Kohn gives a similar definition of nationalism as "a state of mind, in which the supreme loyalty of the individual is felt to be due the nation-state."5 For both Kohn and Berlin, it is the supremacy of the interests of the nation that...
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Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Identity: Cross National and Comparative ...

Russell F. Farnen - Social Science - 538 pages
...all of which have public and educational policy implications. Nationalism Nationalism is, above all, "a state of mind, in which the supreme loyalty of the individual is felt to be due the nation-state" (Kohn 1955, 9). It assumes a common descent or lineage, a territory, a political...
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The New Cold War?: Religious Nationalism Confronts the Secular State

Mark Juergensmeyer - Religion - 1993 - 292 pages
...it. "Nationalism [by which, of course, he meant secular nationalism] is a state of mind," Kohn wrote, "in which the supreme loyalty of the individual is felt to be due the nation-state." 9 And he boldly asserted that secular nationalism had replaced religion in its influence:...
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Fatherland Or Mother Earth?: Essays on the National Question

Michael Lwy, Michael Lowy - Political Science - 1998 - 120 pages
...way or another - subordinated. Hans Kohn, the well-known historian of modern nationalism, defined it as 'a state of mind, in which the supreme loyalty of the individual is felt to be due to the nation-state'. 1 This is a quite adequate definition - if one includes in it also the struggle for...
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Englishness and National Culture

Antony Easthope - History - 1999 - 243 pages
...for a single, mastering identity which would entirely dominate other possibilities: Nationalism is a state of mind, in which the supreme loyalty of the individual is felt to be due to the nation-state. (Kohn 1965, p. 9) [Nation is] the ideal, natural or normal form of international political...
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Explaining Chinese Democratization

Shaohua Hu - History - 2000 - 194 pages
...attitude toward the Japanese was rather ambivalent as opposed to nationalistic.56 Hans Kohn defines nationalism as "a state of mind, in which the supreme loyalty of the individual is felt to be due the nation-state."57 Although patriotism is an old and natural human feeling, it was the 1789 French...
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