Europe and National Identity | State Legitimacy
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Kedourie (1994: 49-50), for example, defines patriotism as simply "affection for one's country," while nationalism adds "xenophobia" (hatred of foreigners), creating an "us versus them" mentality.
For example, Taylor (1999: 228-29) argues that nationalism is associated with an "ethnic, linguistic, cultural or religious identity," while patriotism is "a strong sense of identity with the polity." Grosby (2005: 16-7) similarly argues that patriotism is simply "loyalty to a territorial community," while nationalism highlights one's nation relative to all other nations, creating "warring camps" and a "repudiation to civility and tolerance for difference."