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This work focuses on the political philosophy of Civil Society. While the notion of the Nation-State has permeated the Occident since Hegel's Nation-State as Modernity, the organic demographic actuality of all country's population is incompatible with the dominance of one nation in one land, with the subsequent degeneration into ethnic cleansing. To move away from this conception of a Nation-State and in particular a Zionist State requires another methodology that offers an alternative to the domination of one nation by another that is rationalised by the myths of nation-building promoted by…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This work focuses on the political philosophy of Civil Society. While the notion of the Nation-State has permeated the Occident since Hegel's Nation-State as Modernity, the organic demographic actuality of all country's population is incompatible with the dominance of one nation in one land, with the subsequent degeneration into ethnic cleansing. To move away from this conception of a Nation-State and in particular a Zionist State requires another methodology that offers an alternative to the domination of one nation by another that is rationalised by the myths of nation-building promoted by the Nationalist school of thought. With an approach that is Inter-national, in the root meaning of the term, this book fuses the Jewish Bundist concept of National-Cultural Autonomy with the process of Constituent Assemblies as an expression of the parallel civil societies that become an organic social construction codified in a federal constitution. By avoiding the notion of the Nation-State, this exit may then be named "the No-State Solution".
Autorenporträt
Weizfeld, Dr. Abraham§Dr Abraham Weizfeld completed his PhD at l'Université du Québec à Montréal. His research focuses on the critique of European political philosophy, from Hegel's Nation-State modernity to the Zionist State of today. The Jewish Bund political heritage is the basis of Weizfeld's methodology in distinction from the Zionist and Marxist tendencies.