By Michal Rozynek

This publication delves into the philosophical presuppositions of contemporary political organisation. Michal Rozynek explores where of nationalism in an more and more cosmopolitan global through impending the basic questions of contemporary subjectivity from a brand new perspective. Taking as a kick off point the alterations of the trendy self, this quantity argues that the venture of modernity ends up in an unresolvable pressure in the self-- one that doubtless jeopardizes our skill to take part in a public world. 
Rozynek is going directly to express how nationhood can supply a answer to this rigidity, construction at the pioneering paintings of Liah Greenfeld. faraway from being a safety of tribalism, this publication makes an attempt to take on either the questions of nationwide harmony and cosmopolitan tasks, by means of problematizing the account of nationalism in modern political conception and advocating a revised version of universalism. 

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