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University of North Texas
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Human Rights, Justice, Peace, Science, Security
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Graduate student at the University of North Texas. Interested in the intersection of morality and science with a special emphasis on human rights.

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De-Moralizing Nationalism

Posted on January 1, 2017 at 12:11am 0 Comments

            

Tyler P. Yates

Graduate Student

University of North Texas

 

            As we enter 2017, leaving behind a year that has seen near exponential growth and aroused vigor in nationalist movements worldwide, scholars again find themselves wading into the conceptual muddle of nationalism. Perhaps one of the most important questions facing this line of research deals with the normative appeal of…

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