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    Max Weber's Liberal Nationalism.S. H. Kim - 2002 - History of Political Thought 23 (3):432-457.
    It is often alleged that liberalism and nationalism are mutually antagonistic in theory and practice. Max Weber is a good example, the dominant interpretation maintains, as his political thought betrays its liberal foundation by embracing an ardent nationalism that was popular in Wilhelmine Germany. Weber was, in short, a nationalist, and thus illiberal, political thinker. Against this conventional wisdom I argue that Weber's liberal nationalism cannot be placed squarely in the authoritarian, ethnic tradition of German nationalism, and its idiosyncrasy becomes (...)
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    Preferences for Autonomy in End-of-Life Decision Making in Modern Korean Society.S. H. Kim - 2015 - Nursing Ethics 22 (2):228-236.
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    Principle of Random Wave-Function Phase of the Final State in Free-Electron Emission in a Wiggler.S. H. Kim - 1993 - Apeiron: Studies in Infinite Nature 17:13-17.
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    A Non-Lorenzian Force Stronger Than the Lorentz Force.S. H. Kim - 1994 - Apeiron (Misc) 19:1.
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    In Affirming Them, He Affirms Himself.S. H. Kim - 2000 - Political Theory 28 (2):197-229.
    But with the member of a Nonconforming or self-made religious community, how different! The sectary's eigene grosse Erfindungen, as Goethe calls them,—the precious discoveries of himself and his friends for expressing the inexpressible and defining the undefinable in peculiar forms of their own,—cannot but, as he has voluntarily chosen them and is personally responsible for them, fill his whole mind. He is zealous to do battle for them and affirm them; for in affirming them, he affirms himself, and that is (...)
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