Cosmopolite

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

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This brand embraced both nationalism and cosmopolitism by integrating Chinese cultural symbols in its ads and hiring NBA players for endorsement.
On the one hand, by Western's ignorance (and diasporic Chinese's ignorance) of the historical situation of the Other; and by what she terms "asymmetric cosmopolitism," a landscape of unequal discursive relations within the academia.
The postnational search: nation and cosmopolitism in Adios a los Proceres by Pablo Montoya
This global dimension is connected to Nussbaum's moral cosmopolitism [8, 9], especially regarding the abilities to think as citizen of the world and to imagine what it would be like to be in the position of someone quite different from yourself.
The facile cosmopolitism culminates in superficial dilettantism and therefore, certain particularist feeling and privileged attachment to what it's ours within some limits, may be very profitable for mankind as a whole.
It thus offers an alternative to the cosmopolitism of Tel Aviv and the religious aura of Jerusalem.
There's certainly a whole lot that smacks of shtick, such as the sometimes vaudevillian dialogues between Levinson, the protagonist--an actor who played a "sad, angry clown"--and his friend Kogan, a distinguished surgeon who has been accused of "cosmopolitism" and dismissed from his position.
Assuming the fact that the South African future will be mostly urban and that the life in the cities creates trends that are not so intensely seen in rural zones, such as cosmopolitism, intensification of exchange, flexible customs and engagement of youngsters seeking access to rights, there is no doubt that the future will cause the role of the traditional leaders to be more symbolic.
Alberto Torres was one of the greatest names of authoritarian nationalism, shielded the cosmopolitism suppression and foreign models of organization, criticizing intellectuals and scientists, defending politicians and managers (TORRES, 1938).
Onwards, with the exception of Fenet's article (2004), specialists do not stop to explore the meanings and arcanes of the New Cyneas; they include the name of the author in their lists of proponents of international peace and order (Bowden 2011: 2; Call 2007: 13-14), pioneers of cosmopolitism (Tannsjo 2006: 288), ancestors of global governance (Weiss 2009: 259), etc.
This dimension considers content regarding patriotism, nationalism, and attitudes toward students' own countries as well as elements from the curricula that promote multiculturalism, cosmopolitism, and the concept of supranational identity.
The Islamic traditions fulfill this need and guide the mankind to cosmopolitism societal styles of life as mentioned in Surah Al-Furqan verses no.