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    Some good explanation. Personally I find English a bit limited when discussing Nation and Nationalism. We have it a bit easier in Afrikaans were 'Nasie' and 'Volk' are different words and different concepts as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theunissen View Post
    Some good explanation. Personally I find English a bit limited when discussing Nation and Nationalism. We have it a bit easier in Afrikaans were 'Nasie' and 'Volk' are different words and different concepts as well.

    Nation and Folk really means the same thing, but nation is often used when people mean state.
    (We say "Nasjon" and "Folk" in Norwegian).

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