Patriotism is loyalty to one’s nation. It is the love of a place, fellow countrymen, and local practices. Nationalism, on the other hand, can be understood as a belligerent and perverted form of patriotism.
In an open and honest essay, Samuel Sey documents his personal story of immigration and why so many immigrants hate illegal immigration.
A man who has no loyalties is a man whose identity is up for sale. The virtue of loyalty is but one sine qua non of the social ingredients necessary for a society to “stick together.”
Oikophilia, the love of home. Do we have a duty to protect it and even share it? Is there a disctinction between immigration and assimilation?