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Smith, Pierre L. No one during this period has done more to clarify those problems than Anthony D.
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Smith, first by refining, through his 'ethno-symbolic' approach, the analysis of nationality in the context of enduring ethnicity The Ethnic Origins of Nations , territorial kinship 'Nation and Ethnoscape' , and long-term cultural, political and symbolic development and coalescence of collectivities The Antiquity of Nations ; The Nation in History ; and second, by examining the presuppositions of those divergent analyses Nationalism and Modernism To be sure, the differences among these analyses suggest that problems remain.
This should come as no surprise; for as Herder observed, and scholars like Friedrich Meinecke and Hans Kohn after him, nations are protean.
What are some of the reasons that justify this observation, and what are its implications for understanding better the national question? The variability and malleability of the characteristics of any particular nation over time and from one nation to another, conveyed by Herder's observation and attested to by many of the chapters of this volume, is one reason for those problems that remain in clarifying our understanding of nationality.
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