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Extra resources for A History of Nationalism in Modern Japan: Placing the People (Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 5 Japan)
Yet, it was perhaps Hayes’s contribution to identify nationality and patriotism as separate phenomenon more that it was to find the Holy Grail of a final definition of nation, nationality or even patriotism. ”32 In this sense, Hayes was the source both of justification for imperialism and for contemporary theories of the multi-ethnic civic nation (state). H. ” in Essays on Nationalism (New York: The MacMillan Company, 1926), 1-29, at 4-5. ” 20. REPRESENTING THE PEOPLE 21 everything he said on the topic.
It both shapes them into a nation, and represents the effects of thoughts and actions taken on behalf of that nation. At the same time, nationalism is an ideological effort to erase the gap between the historical emergence of the nation (which may precede or postdate the state) and the political structures that claim to speak and act in the name of the nation. Consequently, any effort to assert when nationalism arises in relation to the emergence of a state is not only a matter for historical debate but also represents evaluative differences over what a nation or state truly is.
It is characteristic of nationalism itself to conflate state and nation (and in some forms, to conflate all articulations of national and ethnic identity), and to suggest that the nation must be the primary identity in all aspects of one’s life. The precise significance of that claim–and thus the objective of a specific nationalist movement–rests in what meaning is attributed to “the nation” in particular cases. To answer that question with respect to Japan, we must now turn to how the nation emerged and was articulated in modern Japanese history.
A History of Nationalism in Modern Japan: Placing the People (Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 5 Japan) by Kevin M. Doak