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Различение политического и политологического дискурсов об этничности. (Когнитивизм vs группизм как форма спора об универсалиях.)

С. 8-17.
Traditional and cognitivist approaches are not mutually exclusive. The first may help to clarify the actual or attributed to human differences and the second helps to explain how these differences are becoming increasingly important weight in specific contexts. They can not be seen as contradictory, but as directed mostly to different questions: one - in fact, as the thoughts and groups are created and maintained "folk sociology" and the other - on the functioning of groups in practical cooperation. In this case, even primordialism in understanding the nation appears quite cognitivist - not naturalistic analysis, and analysis of naturalization: that participants and analysts are not real primordialists as treat ethnicity as naturally given and unchangeable.