Most significantly, if national attachments have not been replaced by a cosmopolitan outlook, it could mean that the EU represents an expanded form of nationalism, or "Euro-nationalism." (6) In Edgar Grande's terms, "supranationalism bears the risk of degenerating into a European supernationalism." (7)
This, however, would strengthen the argument as a sort of "European supernationalism," (54) which only includes identities that fit the European identity (however it might be defined at a given point in time and context).
The world is full of such demagogues, who build a career on hatred, supernationalism
The second section of the book is a selection of case studies that could easily be read as stand-alone guides to China, terrorism, European supernationalism
, Russia and Africa.
And yet, in his correspondence with Maragall, the Basque language insists as a "problem" for Iberianism as well as for the quite varied formations known as cosmopolitanism, internationalism, supernationalism, and universalism.
(8.) Supernationalism is a Nietzschean formation expounded by Pompeius Gener and others; see Gener's "Supernacionals!" and "Els supernacionals de Catalunya;" see also Epps' "Before Post-nationalism."
A rise in aggressive, anti-Japanese supernationalism
in China could convince Tokyo to abandon its hedging policies.
In Italy, Benito Mussolini imitated Hitler and whipped the Italians into frenzies of supernationalism
. On the other side of the world, Japanese extreme nationalism led to the conquest of east Asia.
Pfitzner's anti-Semitism was more of a fearful antiinternationalism, a "supernationalism
" as Mann noted in his Betrachtungen.