Solution:Ernst Renan was a French philosopher who outlined the attributes of a nation.
A shared language, race, religion, or territory does not make a nation. Social capital shared historical accomplishments and will are required to forge a nation. A nation results from many years of effort, sacrifice, and dedication. The country is based on broad-scale solidarity, its citizens have the right to be heard, and it exists as a daily vote. A nation's existence is not only desirable but also necessary. A nation is not motivated to annex or retain a state against its will. Nations are significant because their existence ensures that freedom will exist. If there were just one law around the globe, then liberty would be lost.