By Daniel Chernilo
A Social concept of the countryside: the political different types of modernity past methodological nationalism, construes a singular and unique social thought of the geographical region. It rejects nationalistic methods of considering that take the geographical region with no consideration up to globalist orthodoxy that speaks of its present and definitive decline.
Its major target is for that reason to supply a renovated account of the nation-state’s old improvement and up to date international demanding situations through an research of the writings of key social theorists. This reconstruction of the historical past of the countryside into 3 periods:
- classical (K. Marx, M. Weber, E. Durkheim)
- modernist (T. Parsons, R. Aron, R. Bendix, B. Moore)
- contemporary (M. Mann, E. Hobsbawm, U. Beck, M. Castells, N. Luhmann, J. Habermas)
For every one part, it introduces social theory’s key perspectives concerning the countryside, its earlier, current and destiny. In so doing this booklet rejects methodological nationalism, the declare that the countryside is the mandatory illustration of the fashionable society, since it misrepresents the nation-state’s personal not easy trajectory in modernity. And methodological nationalism can be rejected since it is not able to catch the richness of social theory’s highbrow canon. as a substitute, through a robust belief of society and a subtler proposal of the countryside, A Social conception of the Nation-State attempts to account for the ‘opacity of the countryside in modernity’.
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Additional info for A social theory of the nation-state : the political forms of modernity beyond methodological nationalism
In this book, this argument on the historicity of the nation-state can be found in Marx’s idea that the nation-state is a transitory political form in A claim to universalism 23 capitalism and that, because ‘all that is solid melts into air,’ nation-states become ‘antiquated before they can ossify’ (Chapter 3). Similarly, there is the claim that the beginning of the Age of Imperialism may mark equally the beginning of the collapse of the modern nation-state system (Chapter 8). More recently, it has been suggested that the nation-state is collapsing yet again under the weight of multilayered globalisation processes (Chapter 9).
Marx would have understood nationality as neither an indissoluble and natural bond nor as a subjective preference and nation-building was just one result of the broader set of social changes brought about by capitalism. Equally, he claims that Marx thought that the workers should organise primarily at home as ‘the nation was the irreducible unit for the establishment of socialism’ (Bloom 1967: 88). Finally, there is the question of Marx’s internationalism and Bloom argues that Marx rejected cosmopolitanism because it ‘seeks to pass from the individual to mankind without the intermediate stopping place of social units less comprehensive than the whole species’ (Bloom 1967: 207).
On the other hand, a more consistent and theoretically A claim to universalism 31 sophisticated understanding of society is found in such general conceptions as Simmel’s (1949) ‘sociation’ or ‘sociability’ or Luhmann’s ‘communication’ (see Chapter 10). These notions create an abstract theoretical framework within which a certain understanding of the ultimate component elements of social life can arise and be applied consistently. Society works as a regulative ideal here because it provides us with an explanation of the key dimensions of modern social life without having to attach that explanation to any particular empirical reference.
A social theory of the nation-state : the political forms of modernity beyond methodological nationalism by Daniel Chernilo