Liberalism and Nationalism: The Problem of Co-nation Inclusion in National Self-Determination
This chapter examines the problem of co-nation inclusion in national self-determination in the context of liberalism and nationalism. It argues that the tension in national self-determination in relation to national minority rights is better explained in terms of its focus and scope. The chapter suggests that the national notion of national self-determination may be just an impression based on an illusion, and that national identity may be an impossibility based on a false consciousness.
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