Patriotismus. Patriotism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

It is stupid because every patriot holds his own country to be the best of all whereas, obviously, only one country can qualify , 2002
One major account of political obligation is that of fairness A degree of complicity may also accrue to those who have no part in designing or putting into effect immoral practices, laws or policies, do not support them or benefit from them, but do benefit in various ways from being citizens of the country
Reprinted in Primoratz ed Holmes and Hans van Marle
Wellman calls this position "patriotist" rather than "nationalist" to single out the members of territorial, political units rather than cultural groups Schaar, John H
Anglicky• Crick ed , 'Is Patriotism a Virtue? Kedourie, Elie, 1985, Nationalism, 3 rd edition, London: Hutchinson
In: 19 3 , 2009, S Some do their part without giving much thought to the reasons for doing so; others believe that doing so is, in the long run, the most prudent policy; still others act out of altruistic motives
Otto Dann: Nation und Nationalismus in Deutschland 1770—1990 Kokai and A
We also speak of gratitude to large and impersonal entities — our school, profession, or even our country — but that seems to be an abbreviated way of referring to gratitude to particular persons who have acted on behalf of these entities December 10, 2014, at the• stanford
edu Daniel Bar-Tal and Ervin Staub, Patriotism, Wadsworth Publishing, 1999
Arneson, Richard J The rules that regulate the cooperation and determine the distribution of burdens and benefits enjoin, among other things, special concern for the well-being of compatriots which is not due to outsiders
Seit den war der Patriotismus ein The individual becomes a moral agent only when informed as such by his community
361—380 Volker Kronenberg: Patriotismus in Deutschland
In such a case, partiality and particular concerns are judged to be legitimate and indeed valuable from an impartial, universal point of view Viroli, Maurizio, 1995, For Love of Country: An Essay on Patriotism and Nationalism, Oxford: Oxford University Press
A country must stand on its soil
Moderate patriotism is not exclusive But when a country is not ethnically homogeneous, or when a nation lacks a country of its own, the two may part ways
" Patriotism is used to dehumanize others who we would naturally have empathy for : Epilog oder Epoche? Sulzbach, Walter 1943
Thus patriotism and nationalism are understood as the same type of set of beliefs and attitudes, and distinguished in terms of their objects, rather than the strength of those beliefs and attitudes, or as sentiment vs In hat sich der Patriotismus aus dem verstandenen und Nationalismus des entwickelt, das gegen den einen verfassten anstrebte
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Extreme patriots will also fight for it in whatever way it takes to win Aktuelle Probleme der Volksrechte, HSG-Tagung von 1995 in Luzern, Tagungsband
The fatherland is the constitution, to which we give life In: Journal of Financial Markets 14, Heft 2 2011 , S 411—440, hier S
Insel Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 1968 Both Socrates and Viroli are exaggerating the benefits bestowed on us by our country; surely any gratitude owed for being born or brought up is owed to parents, rather than patria
The soil is its basic capital , : Der Patriotismus
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45 f It tends to encourage militarism, and makes for international tension and conflict
But her patriotism would be expressed, above all, in a critical approach to her country and compatriots: she would feel entitled, and indeed called, to submit them to critical moral scrutiny, and to do so qua patriot CHISICK, Harvey