By Dipesh Chakrabarty,Homi K. Bhabha,Sheldon Pollock,Carol A. Breckenridge
By analyzing new information, providing new theoretical formulations, and suggesting new chances of political perform, the members seriously probe the idea that of cosmopolitanism. at the one hand, cosmopolitanism can be taken to vow a kind of supraregional political harmony, yet at the different, those essays argue, it might erode accurately these intimate cultural modifications that derive their which means from specific locations and traditions. provided that such a lot cosmopolitan political formations—from the Roman empire and eu imperialism to modern globalization—have been coercive and unequal, can there be a noncoercive and egalitarian cosmopolitan politics? ultimately, the quantity asks even if cosmopolitanism can promise any universalism that isn't the unwarranted generalization of a few Western particular.
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Cosmopolitanism (a Public Culture Book) by Dipesh Chakrabarty,Homi K. Bhabha,Sheldon Pollock,Carol A. Breckenridge