Yu Huang1, Ying Chen 2,*
1. Institute of Nationalities, Southwest Minzu University, Chengdu, China
2. Sichuan Police College，Luzhou, China
*Corresponding author Email: [email protected]
The nation and the state do not always exist. They have their own laws of generation, development and extinction. According to the exposition of classical Marxist writers and the judgment of historical materialism, the two belong to the concept of society and history category. In the process of history evolution, the duality of tribes inevitably develop into two parallel things-nation and state. As the two are the society and history products accompanying the same period, there are certain connections in the formation and development process.
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