The Ethics of Nationalism by Margaret Moore

The Ethics of Nationalism

byMargaret Moore

Hardcover | June 1, 2001

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The Ethics of Nationalism blends a philosophical discussion of the ethical merits and limits of nationalism with a detailed understanding of nationalist aspirations and a variety of national conflict zones. The author discusses the controversial and contemporary issues of rights of secession,the policies of the state in privileging a particular national group, the kinds of accommodations of minority national, and multi cultural identity groups that are justifiable and appropriate. These insights are then applied to two central nationalist aspirations: nation-building and nationalself-determination projects. The discussion of nation-building projects invloves a theory of the appropriate policies and principles that the state should follow in giving preferences to a particular national group. The discussion of national self-determination projets analyses the kind of prodedualright to secession that should be institutionalized in domestic constitutions or international law, and the psooibilities for accomodation rival caims to national recognition in the changing international order.

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Margart Moore, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Waterloo, Canada

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Title:The Ethics of NationalismFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.75 inPublished:June 1, 2001Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198297467

ISBN - 13:9780198297468

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Table of Contents

1. The Ethics of NationalismPart One: Membership2. The Intrinsic Argument (or, Are Nations Moral Communities?)3. (Beyond) The Cultural Argument4. Instrumental Arguments, (or, Why States Need Nations)5. Implications: The Ethics of Nation-BuildingPart Two: Land6. Just-Cause, Administrative Boundaries and the Politics of Denial7. Self-Determination, Rights to Territory and the Politics of Respect8. Implications: The Ethics of Secession