Nationality Vs Nationalism

6 06 2007

First, there is a difference between nationality and nationalism. They are two different psychological states of the human mind. Nationality means “consciousness of kind, awareness of the existence of that tie of kinship.” Nationalism means ” the desire for a separate national existence for those who are bound by this tie of kinship.” Secondly, it is true that there cannot be nationalism without the feeling of nationality being in existence. But, it is important to bear in mind that the converse is not always true.

CHAPTER 3 – A Nation Calling for Home. PART-I Muslim Case For Pakistan. “Reprint of Pakistan Or The Partition of India”. Vol-VIII, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writing and Speeches

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