ABSTRACT The specter that haunts the thinking of the modern West is alienation, the bugaboo of intellectuals from left to right, and the nation-state is both a contributor to the uneasiness generated by alienation and the beneficiary of its consequences. Learning to live with alienation is the equivalent in the political sphere of the relinguishment of the security blanket of our infancy.

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