NationaIism and patriotism from the perspective of human rights
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CitationTepe, H. (2014). NationaIism and patriotism from the perspective of human rights. Beşinci Balkan Ülkeleri Felsefe Semineri. Maltepe Üniversitesi. s. 75-85.
Nationalism, in its various kinds, is a product of "us and them" categorization. The ideology of nationalism discriminates against ethnic and religious minorities and also faces us as a socio-political discourse that conceals social cla§s discrepancies and the inequalities existing between man and woman. The nationalist ideology, be it populist or communist or fascist, describes a selected people as "us" and excludes other groups as "others" based on its founding criteria. Here the concept "us", which is used to depict the construct of "people", represents the conceived and imaginary state of person5 who are unaware of each other's existence in reality and visuality. (A. Kaya 2006,105)
SourceBeşinci Balkan Ülkeleri Felsefe Semineri
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