cosmopolitical

cosmopolitical

(ˌkɒzməpəˈlɪtɪkəl)
adj
relating to all polities
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Herein lies the secret of Adam Smith's cosmopolitical teachings, the cosmopolitical tendencies of his great contemporary William Pitt, and of all their heirs in the British government administration".
By focusing on how cosmopolitanism actually functions in the present, Pheng Cheah is able to make the observation that "the forms of transnational activity we are witnessing today are not new cosmopolitanisms but are instead aporetic cases of nationalism as given culture in a cosmopolitical force field.
By working relentlessly to theorize the interchange between the local and the cosmopolitical, Mpe offers an important model for human rights scholarship that aims to engage with witnessing and memorializing the vulnerable body and to contextualize diseased bodies within narratives about rights and shared responsibility.
Unlike Cleaves and Craig's, the novels of David Mitchell and Hari Kunzru are informed by an understanding that imagining global community and giving voice to a new cosmopolitical ethics challenges the realist novel not only thematically, but moreover tests its fundamental cosmopoetic capability, involving alongside plot and characterisation globality's very dimensionality of time and space.
Ghosh endorses another contemporary Indian author who she believes communicates the values and traditions of ancient Indian societies to a global audience: Arundhati Roy "typifies the political and ethical drives of cosmopolitical writing: the unflinching political commitment to local struggles, and the subsequent ethical stance" (22).
The cosmopolitical proposition that Stengers puts forth in this volume (and which continues throughout the second) constitutes thus a way of bringing about and actualizing an understanding of the relation between the modern sciences and other collective knowledge-practices that makes present the problematic ecological space they co-inhabit, and the ways in which their co-presence engages each of them in reciprocal relations, so that each becomes affected by the modes of presentation of the other.
The editors of The Postnational Fantasy set themselves a daunting and ambitious task, claiming that their collection "places itself at the nexus of current debates about nationalism, postnational capitalism, the reassertion of third world nationalism and its cosmopolitical counterparts, and the role of contemporary science fiction and fantasy in challenging, normalizing, or contesting these major conceptual currents of our times" (14).
Anais's bildung awakening resistance to Foucauldian 'cartographies of power' (4) can be read as symptomatic of post-devolution Scotland's journey towards cosmopolitical autonomy.
Kant in the land of extraterrestrials; cosmopolitical philosofictions.
The chapter ends with the emergence of experimental science and its willingness to subject animals to vivisection and other forms of experimentation, a regime of investigation described in grim detail by Shannon and marking for her the end of a cosmopolitical understanding of creatures.
109), the author constructs a general Pentecostal political theology, including a liturgical theology of cosmopolitical resistance, a sanctified politics of cultural redemption, a prophetic politics of civil society, a political economy of healing and shalom, and an eschatological politics of hope.