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COSMOPOLITE. A citizen of the world; one who has no fixed. residence. Vide Citizen.

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With the theory of concentric circles of identities we can display that cosmopolitism is being formed and maintained in these exact ways.
Changing landscapes and the cosmopolitism of eastern Colorado avifauna.
The perfecting of the extension of social communications introduces little by little a wise cosmopolitism habituating one to consider all of the nations as families in the universal society, without, however, losing the special love of one's own.
From reception areas to enclavic pluralism and cosmopolitism, we will comment on the increasing complexity of immigration installation processes and the need for researchers to constantly refer to several conceptual models of insertion/integration to comprehend this phenomenon.
The tendency to identify literary geography with literary regionalism and to interpret literature based on authors' birthplace justified Etiemble's reaction in the name of radical cosmopolitism.