By Erica Benner
This ebook counters various assumptions usually held approximately Marx's perspectives of nationalism and internationalism, now not least via twentieth-century marxists themselves. It exhibits that Marx didn't envisage the abolition of nationwide groups or country states; that the politics of nationalism in Marx isn't incompatible with a politics of sophistication; that Marx used to be many times severe of a "utopian" internationalism, and that the subjects of nationalism and overseas cohesion, faraway from being inevitably in competition, will be noticeable in lots of situations as collectively reinforcing. Nationalism then emerges in Marxist concept as a kind of political self-identification and mobilization that may give a contribution to the wider undertaking of social and political freedom.
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W. F. Hegel, The Philosophy of Right, trans. T. M. Knox (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1967), 123. » Ibid, 178-9. 8 Ibid. 122-3. Nationality in the Divided State 25 But if Hegel implicitly criticized absolutist states which sought to suppress their subjects' private rights, his fiercest criticisms were directed against radicals who brandished the inflammatory doctrine of 'popular sovereignty' against absolutism. The 'sovereignty of the people', Hegel insisted, must refer to a quality that 'the people' could possess only through the mediating agency of the state.
This concept identified the sovereign nation with the Volk, not in the ethnic sense attached to the word by Romantic writers, but in the democratic sense which gave the 'people' authority to elect or dissolve their own governments. The revolutionary implications of this usage were clear so long as German radicals had only to confront conservativestatist concepts of the nation. To nominate the Volk as the Nation was to call for democracy and the end of absolutism, just as the peuple " nation equation had helped to topple the ancien regime in France.
114. 31 Ibid, 102. 32 )Q 166. 33 This 'partial revolution' left a potentially explosive tension between the inclusive, egalitarian premisses of democratic constitutions and the social inequalities that they declined to address. Viewed in the light of these proto-communist arguments, the prescriptive content of Marx's early conception of 'nationality' appears considerably more radical than that of other democratic and republican concepts of the nation that have drawn on the legacies of the French and American revolutions,34 First, the young Marx not only distinguished the restrictive 'nationality' of the state and its supporting elites from the wider national community found among the 'people'; he also identified divisions within that people which gave rise to conflicting ideas about what, or who, constitated any single nation.
Really Existing Nationalisms: A Post-Communist View from Marx and Engels by Erica Benner