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Cosmopolitanism predicates 'the human' as a condition over and against the peculiarities of social setting and cultural tradition" (p.
Realising that global cosmopolitan practices are not always possible without a good deal of infrastructure and technological support, the local context can also be a site for cosmopolitanism in action.
Cosmopolitanism was conceived in ancient Greece by those who understood that they and their non-Greek (barbarian) enemies were human beings with similar desires, capacities, and goals.
As to the charge against statists I agree, as to that against cosmopolitans, I think it involves mainly moral, not political cosmopolitanism.
1) Moral cosmopolitanism deals with thoughts on the moral community; roughly defends the position that every human being belongs to the same moral community in the sense of a global egalitarianism and a universalism of a cosmopolitan ethic.
The book succeeds admirably in this task because, in pointing to what remains unacknowledged (yet decisive) in contemporary understandings of cosmopolitanism and belonging, Robbins does not casually dismiss the trends and positions he critiques.
Of the numerous social theories to emerge in this period, cosmopolitanism has offered one of the most dynamic frameworks for thinking about the nature of musical encounters in a world characterized by the rapid movement of people, things, and ideas.
Commit to giving your campers lifelong skills and look for ways to share critical thinking, instill creativity, encourage collaboration, enhance communication, build character, and offer cosmopolitanism.
Building on my previous work on methodological cosmopolitanism, this project undertakes a full-scale cosmopolitan case study of climate change, thereby rendering operative a new mode of transnational research cooperation, data generation, and theory validation.
At another level, cosmopolitanism is engaging also because there is something immanently holistic in its imagination and practice.
An essay like "La sonrisa" illustrates the emergence of the essay as a form that restitutes aesthetics as the core of critical practice, after decades of Porfirian/positivist obsession with science, and the consequent construction of an alternative archive that would connect these early forays of Latin Americanist and utopian thinking with a provocative form of cultural cosmopolitanism.
The purpose of this article is to examine the concept of cosmopolitanism as a viable ideological goal in education in Canada.