The Nation-state and Aboriginal self-determination

Ross Poole

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Abstract

This paper has three sections. In the first, I state and defend the thesis - which I take to be the major theoretical insight of nationalism - that in the modern world culture is and ought to be an integral part of politics. This thesis is embodied in the concept of the nation-state. In the second, I discuss some of the implications of the nationalist thesis, particularly with respect to "multi-nation states." In the third, I make some suggestions as to how to meet the claims of indigenous peoples within the nation-state.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Fate of the nation state
EditorsMichel Seymour
Place of PublicationMontréal and Kingston, Canada
PublisherMcGill-Queen's University Press
Pages90-104
Number of pages15
ISBN (Print)0773526854
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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