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Title: Questioning Cosmopolitanism [Book review]
Authors: Kadambi, Rajeev
Keywords: Questioning Cosmopolitanism
Stan van Hooft
Wim Vandekerckhove
Issue Date: 20-Jan-2012
Publisher: Political Studies Review
Citation: Kadambi, R. (2012) Questioning Cosmopolitanism [Book Review]. Political Studies Review, 10(1), 119–119.
Abstract: The idea of cosmopolitanism is grounded in the notion of a world society.The phenomenon is characterised by the increasing convergence across borders. Questioning Cosmopolitanism is a compilation of essays that presents wide-ranging conceptual justifications of ethical and political cosmopolitanism. It makes a central argument that global convergence does not hinge upon constituting a world state or world government,but is rooted in the sensibilities of the individual in connection with his or her community and the interaction with domestic and international institutions.Thus it presents foundational arguments in defence of cosmopolitanism in the contemporary world.
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