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The Emergent State
The emergent state

While all forms of organization, from hunter–gatherer tribes to empires and states, occupy a certain space, they are predicated on and defined by territorial parameters to varying degrees. The modern state is an archetypically territorial entity, and the division of the world into mutually exclusive ...

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