The state differs from gentilism in that it first divides its members by territories.
The practice was prohibited, as savouring of, or leading to, gentilism.
He says (p. 124), "Monarchy is incompatible with gentilism."
The organs of gentilism changed from servants of the public will to independent organs of rule oppressing their own people.
gentilism stood powerless in the face of the new elements that had grown without its assistance.
The lowest police employee of the civilized state has more "authority" than all the organs of gentilism combined.