AN OVERVIEW ON NATIONALISM IN CONTEXT OF IBN KHALDUN?S APPROACH AND GLOBAL ASABIYYA MODEL

Abstract

Author(s): Mehmet Hi?yar KORKUSUZ

It is obvious that nationalism needs a new analysis. One of the aims of this article is to enable the discussion and evaluation of nationalistic movements which have had tremendous impacts worldwide for the last 200 years, on comprehensive, predictable and distinctive grounds. While gaining comprehensive insights into pre-or post-80s an evaluation concerning the reasons, effects and outcome of the nationalistic movements of patriotic or ethnic nationalism in addition to a new analysis of the historical change and development of views on nationalism by rendering the concept of “asabiyya” would certainly contribute a lot to these discussions. IbnKhaldun’s tribal asabiyya (consanguinity) and asabiyya of affiliation (unity in ideas, belief, emotions and action, as well as goals) plays on important role in clarifying the past and history, while “global asabiyya” which will be explained in this article might shed light on the future, views on nationalism.

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