Peoples, Cultures and Nations in Political Philosophy

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Wars of national secession and ethnic cleansing have disfigured recent years. These conflicts stem from claims that the same territory is occupied by separate "peoples" for whom separate political arrangements should be made. Such claims are based on their supposedly distinct racial, ethnic, cultural or national identities. what, though, do such identities really amount to and what ought to be their role in determining the configuration and character of states? This has become a key concern of contemporary political ...

Peoples, Cultures and Nations in Political Philosophy 2000, Georgetown University Press, Washington

ISBN-13: 9780878408177

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Peoples, Cultures and Nations in Political Philosophy 2000, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh

ISBN-13: 9780748610914

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