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Cosmopolitan Modernity

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Edited By Anastasia Marinopoulou

This book examines recent debates on the political dynamics of cosmopolitanism, particularly in its connection with European civil society and the public sphere. The aim of the volume is to trace to what extent cosmopolitanism corresponds to «second modernity», with the latter concept referring to the potential for consensus, the creation of multiple political alternatives and the recognition of otherness. The book accordingly explores questions about democratic legitimacy and the formation of social and political institutions and presents empirical research on phenomena such as global violence.
The volume is intended to constitute a cosmopolitan project in itself, comprising contributions from scholars with very diverse approaches. Together, these contributions provide a stimulating analysis of what cosmopolitanism can offer to socially and politically diverse twenty-first-century societies.

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Alexander, Jeffrey 155–158 Alliance Future of Austria 107–108 Amphictyonians 3 Anan, Kofi 194–195 anthropology (cosmopolitan) 130–132 antisemitic ideology 154–156 antisemitism 158–160, 167 Apel, Karl-Otto 199–201 Arab spring 218–220 Archibugi, Daniele 245 Arendt, Hannah 160–161 Aristotle (Politics) 3 atrocity 186–190, 196–198 Austrian People’s Party 107–108, 112–115 Badiou, Alain 170–172 Ban Ki-moon 184–185 Bauer, Bruno 164–166 Bebel, August 167–168 Beck, Ulrich 75, 127, 157–158, 204, 238 Bilderberg conferences 267–269 Bodin, Jean 87 body 210–213 Brandt, Willy 9 Butler, Judith 210–212 canonists (cooperative law) 31–33 citizen 165–167, 213–215 citizenship 6–7, 127–128, 231–233 city-state 3, 222–223 civil society (European) 7–8, 229–231, 234–235, 238–239 Clermont-Tonnerre 161–162 Communist Manifesto 57 constitutionalization 45–47, 49–51, 68–69 democratic 68–71 cosmopolitanism 2–3, 5, 9, 25–29, 78–79, 125–129, 153–154, 216–219 cosmopolitan anthropology 130–134 cosmopolitan order 19–20, 23–24 counterfactual principles of 86–88, 90–93 cultural model 93–97 demotic 137–139 discursive 95–97 levels of/models of 78–79, 96–98 methodological 101–102 normative import of 90–92 phylogenesis/ontogenesis 90 political ix, 102–105 Stoic 28, 222–224 types of 85 cosmopolites viii-ix (Preface) cosmopolitics 8 cosmopolitization 75–79, 85–86 Coudenhove-Kalergi vii (Preface) culture (cosmopolitan moral) 91–94 de Sellon Jean-Jacques 89–90 Delanty, Gerard 126–128, 146 deliberation 10–11, 222–223...

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