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Cosmopolitanism and Its Discontents - 
      Lee Ward
    
      Nicholas Aroney
    
      Jeffrey Church
    
      Paul Gray
    
      Zsolt Kapelner
    
      Simon Kennedy
    
      Paul Kirkland
    
      Zoltan Miklosi
    
      José Daniel Parra
    
      Cary Nederman
    
      Carl Scott
    
      John Scott
    
      Michel Seymour
    
      Vasileios Syros
    
      Ann Ward
    
      Lee Ward
    
      Claudia Wiesner

Cosmopolitanism and Its Discontents

Rethinking Politics in the Age of Brexit and Trump

; Nicholas Aroney (Innledning) ; Jeffrey Church (Innledning) ; Paul Gray (Innledning) ; Zsolt Kapelner (Innledning) ; Simon Kennedy (Innledning) ; Paul Kirkland (Innledning) ; Zoltan Miklosi (Innledning) ; José Daniel Parra (Innledning) ; Cary Nederman (Innledning) ; Carl Scott (Innledning) ; John Scott (Innledning) ; Michel Seymour (Innledning) ; Vasileios Syros (Innledning) ; Ann Ward (Innledning) ; Lee Ward (Innledning) ; Claudia Wiesner (Innledning)

Cosmopolitanism is one of the most venerable intellectual traditions in the history of political philosophy. From the ancient Greek Diogenes' claim to be "a citizen of the world" through to Kant's Enlightenment vision of a world government and even into our own time, the idea of cosmopolitanism has stirred the moral imagination of many throughout history. Les mer
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Cosmopolitanism is one of the most venerable intellectual traditions in the history of political philosophy. From the ancient Greek Diogenes' claim to be "a citizen of the world" through to Kant's Enlightenment vision of a world government and even into our own time, the idea of cosmopolitanism has stirred the moral imagination of many throughout history. Arguably the Brexit referendum result and the election of Donald Trump in 2016 marked the first major public repudiation of the transnational, globalizing cosmopolitan ideals that have arguably dominated politics in the liberal democratic West since the end of the Cold War. This volume reconsiders cosmopolitanism and its discontents in the age of Brexit and Trump by bringing together the great thinkers in the history of political philosophy and contemporary reflections on the problems and possibilities of international relations, human rights, multiculturalism, and regnant theories of democracy and the state.
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ISBN: 9781793602596
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«“This important and timely work provides a philosophical analysis of the causes and conditions that led to nationalist movements in an era of globalism and cosmopolitanism. The contributors are second to none, and provide a range of perspectives that makes this volume indispensable for our times.”»

«“Cosmopolitanism and Its Discontents is a richly diverse collection of meditations on and analyses of traditional and contemporary conceptions of cosmopolitanism in its virtues and its vices. This volume is very much the kind of deepening that is needed for today’s ongoing, fraught dialectic between globalism and particularism.”»

«“Cosmopolitanism and Its Discontents is a lively and intelligent array of essays on both the fact and the philosophy of cosmopolitanism. Readers will enjoy the view from a surprising number of aspects and will be impressed with the arguments and unsuspected depths they encounter.”»

Introduction: Contextualizing the Age of Brexit and Trump

Lee Ward

Chapter One: The Myth of Cicero's Cosmopolitanism

Cary J. Nederman

Chapter Two: Johannes Althusius's Cosmopolitan Defense of Local Politics

Nicholas Aroney and Simon P. Kennedy

Chapter Three: Cosmopolitanism in Early Modern Jewish Political Thought

Vasileios Syros

Chapter Four: Rousseau and the Problem of Cosmopolitanism

John T. Scott

Chapter Five: A Cosmopolitanism that Populists Could Love: Kant on Refugees, Elites, and National Honor

Jeffrey Church

Chapter Six: Citizen Marx: On His Distinction between Cosmopolitanism and Internationalism Paul Christopher Gray

Chapter Seven: Nietzsche's Good Europeans: Beyond Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism

Paul Kirkland

Chapter Eight: From 'Global Culture' to 'Authentic History': Notes on the Preview of Heidegger's Contributions to Philosophy

Jose Daniel Parra

Chapter Nine: John Rawls against the Clash of Civilizations

Michel Seymour

Chapter Ten: Glocalism and Democracy in James Tully's Critique of Cosmopolitanism and Imperialism

Lee Ward

Chapter Eleven: Rethinking the Boundary Problem

Zoltan Miklosi and Szolt Kapelner

Chapter Twelve: "Forced to be free": Nationalism and the Hijab Controversy in France

Ann Ward

Chapter Thirteen: Demos or no demos? Citizenship and Democracy in the EU

Claudia Wiesner

Chapter Fourteen: A Decline in Democratic Say? The Accounts of James Allan and Pierre Manent

Carl Eric Scott
Lee Ward is professor of political science at Baylor University.