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|Statement||David A. Hollinger.|
|Series||Studies in American intellectual and cultural history|
|LC Classifications||E184.A1 H636 2006|
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|LC Control Number||2005032876|
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Cosmopolitanism and Solidarity: Studies in Ethnoracial, Religious, and Professional Affiliation in the United States (Studies in American Thought and Culture) Hardcover – February 3, by David A.
Hollinger (Author) › Visit Amazon's David A. Hollinger Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: "Who are we?" is the question at the core of these fascinating essays from one of the nation's leading intellectual historians.
With old identities increasingly destabilized throughout the world—the result of demographic migration, declining empires, and the quickening integration of the global capitalist economy and its attendant communications systems—David A. Hollinger Cited by: The review article examines the relation of solidarity and cosmopolitanism in contemporary political, philosophical and sociological debates.
In some contexts, solidarity and cosmopolitanism are closely related, in others they are understood to be incompatible. The main body of the report is divided into three parts displaying a tentative classification of the reviewed Cited by: Appiah's answer, packaged int his relatively short, readable book, is the philosophy of cosmopolitanism.
If the word conjures up images of chic city dwellers or the frou-frou drinks they Cosmopolitanism and solidarity book consume, rest assured: Appiah's using cosmopolitanism in the sense of /5.
Fleshy and affective, Towards Corporeal Cosmopolitanism offers a radical alternative to the disembodied rationalism of liberal cosmopolitanism. Using an approach that is at once decolonial, queer and feminist, Raghavan explores cosmopolitan solidarity in "the global south."Cited by: 1. As the final installment of Public Culture’s Millennial Quartet, Cosmopolitanism assesses the pasts and possible futures of cosmopolitanism—or ways of thinking, feeling, and acting beyond one’s particular society.
With contributions from distinguished scholars in disciplines such as literary studies, art history, South Asian studies, and anthropology, this. Books shelved Cosmopolitanism and solidarity book cosmopolitanism: Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers by Kwame Anthony Appiah, On Cosmopolitanism and Forgiveness by Jacques.
Cosmopolitanism has a collective aspect, theorized among others by Durkheim, and an individual-centered aspect, elaborated particularly by Kant. Wide-ranging debates exist concerning cosmopolitanism as a stance and as an object of study. The period since has, however, seen a strong resurgence of interest in cosmopolitan themes.
This is really what corporeal cosmopolitanism, along with other radical and critical reimaginations of cosmopolitan solidarity, attempts to dismantle. I also focus my discussions of liberal cosmopolitan ideas around patriotism and nation bonds to illustrate the ways in which these Kantian, reason-based discourses are unable to engage with any Author: Anjana Raghavan.
As the final installment of Public Culture’s Millennial Quartet, Cosmopolitanism assesses the pasts and possible futures of cosmopolitanism—or ways of thinking, feeling, and acting beyond one’s particular society. With contributions from distinguished scholars in disciplines such as literary studies, art history, South Asian studies, and anthropology, this volume recenters the history.
Cosmopolitanism is an idea with links to Cosmopolitanism and solidarity book variety of significant and long-standing ideals, including the view that all human beings are members of one family, the conviction that there are. “At its core, Cosmopolitanism is a reasoned appeal for mutual respect and understanding among the world’s people.
Anthony Appiah’s belief in having conversations across boundaries, and in recognizing our obligations to other human beings, offers a welcome prescription for a world still plagued by fanaticism and intolerance.
Book Description. A term of antique provenance, ‘cosmopolitanism’ has developed and cohered into a critical concept in contemporary social and cultural analysis.
However, the daunting quantity (and variable quality) of the available research exploring the many, often controversial, issues attendant upon cosmopolitanism—and the breadth and. There is, so far, no better or more mature book on moral cosmopolitanism than Appiah's Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers.
In it, Appiah makes plain, by well-crafted appeals to the reader's good sense that are replete with ethnographic examples and real-world insights, what romantics and theologians have been telling us for ages: There is but a Cited by: David Hollinger notes that in the United States the existing apparatus for dealing with cultural diversity itself feels increasingly anachronistic.
Differences within communities defined by race, like those that separate the historical experiences of African Americans from African and Caribbean immigrants, have subverted the crude working categories of an older multiculturalism.
universalist solidarity. Its inclusive drive is most evident in moments of crisis of other modes of representing and ascribing membership to existing sociopolitical and cultural units. Much of the malaise and misunderstanding cosmopolitanism may provoke are related to its ambiguity, i.e.
its unique way of unitingFile Size: 59KB. On the one hand, cosmopolitanism may be taken to promise a form of supraregional political solidarity, but on the other, these essays argue, it may erode precisely those intimate cultural differences that derive their meaning from particular places and traditions.
In the book's concluding chapter, the Other of cosmopolitan desire acquires further nuance and ethical potency, giving rise to what Siskind refers to as “empathic cosmopolitanism” (pp. This reading centers on the travel narratives of Enrique Gómez Carrillo and in particular on the representation of Jews as figures of alterity and.
But the book also offers an opportunity to introduce Stonecipher, one of the most important poets working now, to a broader reading public. Issues of cosmopolitanism and displacement have long occupied Stonecipher’s work and now, with the current turn in.
This book sets out the case for a cosmopolitan approach to contemporary global politics. It presents a systematic theory of cosmopolitanism, explicating its core principles and justifications, and examines the role many of these principles have played in the development of global politics, such as framing the human rights regime.
The framework is then used to address some of the. Colored Cosmopolitanism is a testament to a solidarity that thrived despite painful contradictions. A detailed, compelling history that is also an example of effortless storytelling.
— Amitava Kumar, author of A Foreigner Carrying in the Crook of His Arm a Tiny BombBrand: Harvard University Press. Book Description. Cosmopolitanism is about the extension of the moral and political horizons of people, societies, organizations and institutions.
the Routledge International Handbook of Cosmopolitanism Studies is divided into four sections. The Idea of Cosmopolitan Solidarity, Robert Fine. Humanitarianism and Cosmopolitanism, Iain.
The idea of cosmopolitan solidarity is both continuous with the modern history of solidarity and an attempt to address the problems of exclusion and violence associated with it.
The temptation to substitute human compassion for cosmopolitan solidarity subsumes an egalitarian sense of shared responsibility to the contingencies of by: 4. Solidarity and Cosmopolitanism Article in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12(3) June with 28 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Simon Derpmann.
Agustin, OG & Jørgensen, MBTransnational Solidarity and Cosmopolitanism from Below: Migrant Protests, Universalism and The Political Community. i T Caraus & E Paris (red), Migration, Protest Movements and the Politics of Resistance: A Radical Political Philosophy of : Oscar Garcia Agustin, Martin Bak Jørgensen.
Cosmopolitanism and Solidarity Studies in Ethnoracial, Religious, and Professional Affiliation in the United States David A. Hollinger (If you want to examine a book for possible course use, please see our Course Books page. If you want to examine a book for possible rights licensing, please see Rights & Permissions.) March pp.
6 x 9. Globalization, Cosmopolitanism, and Personal Identity Tom G. Palmer Cato Institute ABSTRACT Many critics of increasing freedom of trade and of movement, and the phenomena of cosmopolitanism and globalization that result from such freedom, insist that the consequence of greater trade and movement is a net loss of identity.
Get this from a library. Cosmopolitanism and solidarity: studies in ethnoracial, religious, and professional affiliation in the United States. [David A Hollinger] -- ""Who are we?" is the question at the core of these essays from one of the nation's leading intellectual historians.
With old identities increasingly destabilized throughout the world - the result of. The book: (i) affirms the value of cosmopolitanism as a praxis that can generate forms of social belonging; (ii) affectively critiques some of the disembodied claims that underpin cosmopolitan discourses; and (iii) mobilises the body as.
'In this excellent book, Inés Valdez powerfully reminds us that the ‘postnational constellation’ is also a postcolonial one.
Thus the task before us is to theorize the normative grounds and political possibilities of a truly transnational cosmopolitanism that is Cited by: 1. Zlatko Skrbiš is Professor of Sociology and Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research and Research Training) at Monash University, Australia.
He is the author of Long-distance Nationalism (), Constructing Singapore (, with Michael Barr) and The Sociology of Cosmopolitanism (with G. Kendall and I. Woodward, ). His articles have appeared in various journals, including the.
Extract ← 52 | 53 → CHAPTER THREE Cosmopolitanism and Cultural Bias Hybridity, the previous chapter argues, is a significant identity configuration in the twenty-first century. Appiah () provided an example. He is fully aware of the elite connotations to the term “cosmopolitan,” and addresses them directly.
Table of Contents for Cosmopolitanism and solidarity: studies in ethnoracial, religious, and professional affiliation in the United States / David A. Hollinger, available from the Library of. In his latest book, Cosmopolitanism: A Philosophy for Global Ethics, Stan van Hooft provides a masterfully accessible survey of various cosmopolitan positions, explaining the values, rights, and responsibilities that follow from the position in developing his own account of what cosmopolitanism entails.
According to van Hooft, the "genuine. Get this from a library. Towards corporeal cosmopolitanism: performing decolonial solidarities.
[Anjana Raghavan] -- An articulation of any kind of global understanding of belonging, or ways of cosmopolitan life, requires a constant engagement with vulnerability, especially in a world that is so deeply wounded by. Book Reviews Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a world of strangers.
Julia E. Liss Scripps College, Basic Books, ) and, more recently, David A. Hollinger, Cosmopolitanism and solidarity: Studies in ethnoracial, religious and professional affiliation in the United States (Madison, WI: Author: Julia E. Liss.
Cosmopolitanism—the aspiration to become a citizen of the world—has become a tainted luxury good. It might seem prudent, in this climate, to take distance from cosmopolitanism. Extract ← | → CHAPTER SIX Against Cosmopolitanism: A Case Study in Solidarity Through Difference By now the argument has been established that there are, at the very least, questionable aspects of the cosmopolitan identity claim.
The previous chapter raised serious doubts about the ethical viability of the cosmopolitan identity, viewing cosmopolitanism. Routledge Handbook of Cosmopolitanism Studies book. 2nd edition. Routledge Handbook of Cosmopolitanism Studies.
DOI link for Routledge Handbook of Cosmopolitanism Studies. Routledge Handbook of Cosmopolitanism Studies book. 2nd edition. Edited By Gerard Delanty.
The idea of cosmopolitan by: 4. Ward, E. Human Suffering and the Quest for Cosmopolitan Solidarity: A Buddhist Perspective. Journal of International Political Theory, 9(2), Young-Do Park, Sang-Jin Han. Another Cosmopolitanism: A Critical Reconstruction of the Neo-Confucian Conception of Tianxiaweigong (天下爲公) in the Age of Global Risks.
Fine implies that human rights can be traced back through this broad ideal of cosmopolitanism which focuses on three things (global order, global peace and solidarity). Fine describes global order as this idea that there’s a sort of order which exists across the globe, what that order looks like can be different in different instances.Colored Cosmopolitanism is the first detailed examination of both ends of this transnational encounter.
Nico Slate tells the stories of neglected historical figures, like the “Eurasian” scholar Cedric Dover, and offers a stunning glimpse of people we thought we knew. Prominent figures such as Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Swami.From Imperial to Dialogical Cosmopolitanism: Humility, Solidarity, Patience We can now survey the ruins of a Babelian tower of discourse about cosmopolitanism.
We speak of elite travel lounge, Davos, banal as well as of reflexive, really existing, patriotic, and horizontal cosmopolitanisms.