cosmopolitics

cosmopolitics

(ˌkɒzməʊˈpɒlɪtɪks)
n
world politics
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"Sharing Worlds through Words: Minor Cosmopolitics in Ruth Ozeki's A Tale for the Time Being." Ariel: A Review of International English Literature 49 (1): 27-52.
This is a conviction, I conclude, that distinguishes Wollstonecraft's empathy-based from Kant's justice-based cosmopolitics, which draws on but is also distinct from Adam Smith's model of sympathetic identification in Theory of Moral Sentiments (1759).
"Given Culture: Rethinking Cosmopolitan Freedom in Transnationalism." In Cosmopolitics: Thinking and Feeling Beyond the Nation, edited by Pheng Cheah and Bruce Robbins, 290-329.
Maroon Cosmopolitics: Personhood, Creativity and Incorporation
Esta traduccion del articulo--originalmente publicado en ingles--Is another Cosmopolitics possible?
Potter criticism is a capacious and highly varied critical field but the book's opening chapter, ' "We're All Human, Aren't We?": Scottish Cosmopolitics in J.
Building on Agarwal's suggestion of recovering "affective ways of knowing and relating with nature outside a forensic architecture of knowledge", (4) T.J Demos writes: "Creative ecology would suggest nothing less than a radically different mode of world-building, a cosmopolitics based within the values of equality and justice, rather than hierarchy and exploitation, individual wealth accumulation and competitiveness." (5) Demos argues that art has the ability to create the connections that make the world open up as a network of values, relationships and forms of life.
Such governance dominates the Western imaginary at the expense of a cosmopolitics of a world as it should be, of politics as engagement with the ideal polis where cosmos is not encountered as threat but as aesthetic promise of a better world future.
National Consciousness and Literary Cosmopolitics: Postcolonial Literature in a Global Moment.
There might be blood: Oil, humility, and the cosmopolitics of a Cofan petro-being.