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Comunità etniche, solidarietà, nazione in Max Weber

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Among the concepts of Max Weber's work, Nation is standing between the ethnical community and the national State. The Nation is resulting from a political community, more important than the idea of an ethnical commonality. Nevertheless, it appeals to the project of a stable political organisation: to the creation of a State. The general view of this analysis is motivated by the intention of a critical revision of the concept of Nation as it has been elaborated in the german juridical-political tradition. Weber marks a distance, holding that decisive is not the objective condition, but the belief in the community, i.e. a feeling of solidarity and mutual belonging, the internal perception of common values and customs.

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