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Cosmopolitanism (Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences)

Editat de David Inglis, Gerard Delanty
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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 complexity of the canon on which it draws—makes it difficult to discriminate the useful from the tendentious, superficial, and otiose. That is why this new title in the highly regarded Routledge series, Critical Concepts in Sociology, is so timely. It answers the urgent need for a wide-ranging collection to provide easy access to the key items of scholarly literature, material that is often inaccessible or scattered throughout a variety of specialist journals and books.
In four volumes, this new collection addresses how key issues, such as globalization, migration, citizenship, social belonging, and cultural complexity and blending, are illuminated by reflections upon what cosmopolitanism is, or could be; and how cosmopolitan thinking and practice could, or does, impact upon such matters. The gathered materials also make sense of the revolutionary effects that debates on cosmopolitanism are having on research agendas and ways of thinking in sociology, and across the social sciences and humanities more generally.
Cosmopolitanism is supplemented with a full index, and includes a comprehensive introduction, newly written by the editors, which places the collected material in its historical and intellectual context. It is destined to be valued by scholars, students, and researchers as a vital research resource.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780415498814
ISBN-10: 0415498813
Pagini: 1696
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 mm
Greutate: 3.08 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Routledge
Seria Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences


Cuprins

Volume I: Classical Contributions to Cosmopolitanism
1. S. Berges, ‘Loneliness and Belonging: Is Stoic Cosmopolitanism Still Defensible?’, Res Publica, 2005, 11, 3ߝ25.
2. L. Caranti, ‘Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace? Reflections on the Realist Critique of the Kantian Project’, Journal of Human Rights, 2006, 5, 341ߝ53.
3. D. Chernilo, ‘A Quest for Universalism: Re-assessing the Nature of Classical Social Theory’s Cosmopolitanism’, European Journal of Social Theory, 2007, 10, 1, 17ߝ35.
4. J. Habermas, ‘Kant’s Idea of Perpetual Peace, with the Benefit of Two Hundred Years Hindsight’, in J. Bohman and M. Lutz-Bachmann (eds.), Perpetual Peace: Essays on Kant’s Cosmopolitan Ideal (MIT Press, 1997), pp. 113ߝ54.
5. D. Heater, ‘Origins of Cosmopolitan Ideas’, World Citizenship and Government: Cosmopolitan Ideas in the History of Western Political Thought (Macmillan, 1996), pp. 1ߝ26.
6. D. Inglis and R. Robertson, ‘The Ecumenical Analytic: "Globalization", Reflexivity and the Revolution in Greek Historiography’, European Journal of Social Theory, 2005, 8, 2, 99ߝ122.
7. P. Kleingeld, ‘Six Varieties of Cosmopolitanism in Late 18th-Century Germany’, Journal of the History of Ideas, 1999, 60, 3, 505ߝ24.
8. F. Meinecke, ‘General Remarks on the Nation, the National State, and Cosmopolitanism’, Cosmopolitanism and the National State (Princeton University Press, 1970), pp. 9ߝ22.
9. R. Merton, ‘Patterns of Influence: Local and Cosmopolitan Influentials’, Social Theory and Social Structure (Free Press, 1968 [1947]), pp. 441ߝ74.
10. M. Nussbaum, ‘Kant and Stoic Cosmopolitanism’, Journal of Political Philosophy, 1997, 5, 1, 1ߝ25.
11. S. Rosenfeld, ‘Citizens of Nowhere in Particular: Cosmopolitanism, Writing, and Political Engagement in Eighteenth-Century Europe’, National Identities, 2002, 4, 1, 25ߝ43.
12. S. Scheffler, ‘Conceptions of Cosmopolitanism’, Utilitas, 1999, 11, 3, 255ߝ76.
13. T. Schlereth, ‘The Sociology of an Intellectual Class’, The Cosmopolitan Ideal in Enlightenment Thought (University of Notre Dame University Press, 1977), pp. 1ߝ24.
14. B. S. Turner, ‘Classical Sociology and Cosmopolitanism: A Critical Defence of the Social’, British Journal of Sociology, 2006, 57, 1, 133ߝ51.
15. S. Zubaida, ‘Cosmopolitanism and the Middle East’, in R. Meijer (ed.), Cosmopolitanism, Identity and Authenticity in the Middle East (Curzon Press, 1999), pp. 15ߝ33.
Volume II: Key Contemporary Analyses of Cosmopolitanism
16. D. Archibugi, ‘The Architecture of Cosmopolitan Democracy’, The Global Commonwealth of Citizens: Toward Cosmopolitan Democracy (Princeton University Press, 2008), pp. 85ߝ122.
17. U. Beck, ‘The Cosmopolitan Society and its Enemies’, Theory, Culture and Society, 2002, 19, 1/2, 17ߝ44.
18. S. Benhabib, ‘Democratic Iterations: The Local, the National, the Global’, Another Cosmopolitanism (Oxford University Press, 2008), pp. 45ߝ80.
19. C. Calhoun, ‘"Belonging" in the Cosmopolitan Imaginary’, Ethnicities, 2003, 3, 4, 531ߝ68.
20. P. Cheah, ‘The Cosmopolitical—Today’, Inhuman Conditions: On Cosmopolitanism and Human Rights (Harvard University Press, 2006), pp. 17ߝ44.
21. G. Delanty, ‘The Cosmopolitan Imagination; Critical Cosmopolitanism and Social Theory’, British Journal of Sociology, 2006, 57, 1, 25ߝ47.
22. J. Derrida, ‘On Cosmopolitanism’, On Cosmopolitanism and Forgiveness (Routledge, 2001), pp. 3ߝ24.
23. R. Eckersley, ‘From Cosmopolitan Nationalism to Cosmopolitan Democracy’, Review of International Studies, 2007, 33, 675ߝ92.
24. R. Fine, ‘Taking the "Ism" Out of Cosmopolitanism: An Essay in Reconstruction’, European Journal of Social Theory, 2003, 6, 4, 451ߝ70.
25. E. Grande, ‘Cosmopolitan Political Science’, British Journal of Sociology, 2006, 57, 1, 87ߝ111.
26. D. Held, ‘Culture and Political Community: National, Global, and Cosmopolitan’, in S. Vertovec and R. Cohen (eds.), Conceiving Cosmopolitanism (Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 48ߝ58.
27. C. Lu, ‘The One and Many Faces of Cosmopolitanism’, Journal of Political Philosophy, 2000, 8, 2, 244ߝ67.
28. W. Mignolo, ‘The Many Faces of Cosmopolis: Border Thinking and Critical Cosmopolitanism’, Public Culture, 2000, 12, 3, 721ߝ48.
29. P. Norris, ‘Global Governance and Cosmopolitan Citizens’, in J. Nye (ed.), Governance in a Globalizing World (Brookings Institute Press. 2000), pp. 155ߝ77.
30. J. Nederveen Pieterse, ‘Emancipatory Cosmopolitanism: Towards an Agenda’, Development and Change, 2006, 37, 6, 1247ߝ57.
31. T. Pogge, ‘Cosmopolitanism and Sovereignty’, Ethics, 1992, 103, 48ߝ75.
32. B. Robbins, ‘Comparative Cosmopolitanism’, Social Text, 1992, 31, 2, 169ߝ86.
33. B. S. Turner, ‘Cosmopolitan Virtue: Globalization and Patriotism’, Theory, Culture & Society, 2002, 19, 1, 45ߝ63.
Volume III: Cosmopolitans and Cosmopolitanisms
34. H. Bhabha, ‘Unsatisfied: Notes on Vernacular Cosmopolitanism’, in L. Garcia-Morena and P. C. Pfeiffer (eds.), Text and Nation (Camden House, 1996), pp. 191ߝ207.
35. C. Calhoun, ‘The Class Consciousness of Frequent Travellers: Towards a Critique of Actually Existing Cosmopolitanism’, in D. Archibugi (ed.), Debating Cosmopolitics (Verso, 2003), pp. 86ߝ116.
36. D. Chaney, ‘Cosmopolitan Art and Cultural Citizenship’, Theory, Culture, and Society, 2002, 19, 1/2, 157ߝ74.
37. M. Diouf, ‘The Senegalese Murid Trade Diaspora and the Making of a Vernacular Cosmopolitanism’, trans. S. Randall, Public Culture, 2000, 12, 3, 679ߝ702.
38. A. Dobson, ‘Thick Cosmopolitanism’, Political Studies, 2006, 54, 1, 165ߝ84.
39. U. Hannerz, ‘Cosmopolitans and Locals in World Culture’, Theory, Culture & Society, 1990, 7, 237ߝ51.
40. D. Hiebert, ‘Cosmopolitanism at the Local Level: The Development of Transnational Neighbourhoods’, in S. Vertovec and R. Cohen (eds.), Conceiving Cosmopolitanism (Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 209ߝ23.
41. R. Holton, ‘Cosmopolitanism or Cosmopolitanisms? The Universal Races Congress of 1911’, Global Networks, 2002, 2, 2, 153ߝ70.
42. E. Kofman, ‘Figures of the Cosmopolitan: Privileged Nationals and National Outsiders’, Innovation: The European Journal of Social Research, 2005, 18, 1, 83ߝ97.
43. F. Kurasawa, ‘A Cosmopolitanism from Below: Alternative Globalization and the Creation of a Solidarity Without Bounds’, European Journal of Sociology, 2004, 45, 2, 233ߝ55.
44. M. Lamont and S. Aksartova, ‘Ordinary Cosmopolitanisms: Strategies for Bridging Racial Boundaries Amongst Working-Class Men’, Theory, Culture and Society, 2002, 19, 4, 1ߝ25.
45. K. Nash, ‘Cosmopolitan Political Community: Why Does it Feel So Right?’, Constellations, 2003, 10, 4, 506ߝ18.
46. S. Mau, J. Mewes, and A. Zimmerman, ‘Cosmopolitan Attitudes Through Transnational Social Practices’, Global Networks, 2008, 8, 1, 1ߝ24.
47. S. Pollock, ‘Cosmopolitanism and Vernacular in History’, Public Culture, 2000, 12, 3, 591ߝ625.
48. V. Roudometof, ‘Transnationalism, Cosmopolitanism and Glocalization’, Current Sociology, 2005, 53, 1, 113ߝ35.
49. Z. Skribis and I. Woodward, ‘The Ambivalence of Ordinary Cosmopolitanism: Investigating the Limits of Cosmopolitan Openness’, Sociological Review, 2007, 55, 4, 730ߝ47.
50. Z. Skrbis, G. Kendall, and I. Woodward, ‘Locating Cosmopolitanism: Between Humanist Ideal and Grounded Social Category’, Theory, Culture, and Society, 2004, 21, 6, 115ߝ36.
51. B. Szerszynski and J. Urry, ‘Visuality, Mobility, and the Cosmopolitan: Inhabiting the World from Afar’, British Journal of Sociology, 2006, 57, 1, 113ߝ31.
52. C. J. Thompson and S. K. Tambyah, ‘Trying to be Cosmopolitan’, Journal of Consumer Research, 1999, 26, 214ߝ41.
Volume IV: Contested Cosmopolitanisms
53. K. A. Appiah, ‘Cosmopolitan Patriots’, in M. Nussbaum and J. Cohen (eds.), For Love of Country (Beacon Press, 1996), pp. 21ߝ9.
54. B. Bowden, ‘Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism: Irreconcilable Differences or Possible Bedfellows?’, National Identities, 2003, 5, 3, 235ߝ49.
55. C. Calhoun, ‘A World of Emergencies: Fear, Intervention and the Limits of Cosmopolitan Order’, Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 2004, 41, 4, 373ߝ95.
56. S. Charnovitz, ‘The WTO and Cosmopolitics’, Journal of International Economic Law, 2004, 7, 3, 675ߝ82.
57. N. Clark, ‘The Demon-Seed: Bio-invasion as the Unsettling of Environmental Cosmopolitanism’, Theory, Culture, and Society, 2002, 19, 1/2, 101ߝ25.
58. W. Connolly, ‘Speed, Concentric Cultures and Cosmopolitanism’, Political Theory, 2000, 28, 5, 596ߝ618.
59. G. Delanty and B. He, ‘Comparative Perspectives on Cosmopolitanism: Assessing European and Asian Perspectives’, International Sociology, 2008, 23, 3, 323ߝ44.
60. T. Erskine, ‘"Citizen of Nowhere" or "the Point Where Circles Intersect"? Impartialist and Embedded Cosmopolitanisms’, Review of International Studies, 2002, 28, 3, 457ߝ78.
61. R. Fine, ‘Cosmopolitanism and Violence: Difficulties of Judgment’, British Journal of Sociology, 2006, 57, 1, 50ߝ67.
62. J. Habermas, ‘Towards a Cosmopolitan Europe’, Journal of Democracy, 2003, 14, 4, 86ߝ100.
63. E. Anderson, ‘The Cosmopolitan Canopy’, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 2004, 595, 14ߝ31.
64. V. Jabri, ‘Solidarity and Spheres of Culture: The Cosmopolitan and the Postcolonial’, Review of International Studies, 2007, 33, 715ߝ28.
65. H.-H. Kögler, ‘Constructing a Cosmopolitan Public Sphere: Hermeneutic Capabilities and Universal Values’, European Journal of Social Theory, 2005, 8, 4, 297ߝ320.
66. D. Levy and N. Sznaider, ‘Memory Unbound: The Holocaust and the Formation of Cosmopolitan Memory’, European Journal of Social Theory, 2002, 5, 1, 87ߝ106.
67. M. Nava, ‘Cosmopolitan Modernity: Everyday Imaginaries and the Register of Difference’, Theory, Culture and Society, 2002, 19, 1/2, 81ߝ99.
68. P. Nyers, ‘Abject Cosmopolitanism: The Politics of Protection in the Anti-Deportation Movement’, Third World Quarterly, 2003, 24, 6, 1069ߝ93.
69. N. Papastergiadis, ‘Glimpses of Cosmopolitanism in the Hospitality of Art’, European Journal of Social Theory, 2007, 10, 1, 139ߝ52.
70. M. Pensky, ‘Two Cheers for Cosmopolitanism: Cosmopolitan Solidarity as a Second-Order Inclusion’, Journal of Social Philosophy, 2007, 38, 1, 165ߝ84.
71. N. Rapport and R. Stade, ‘A Cosmopolitan Turn—Or Return?’, Social Anthropology, 2007, 15, 2, 223ߝ35.
72. R. Rorty, ‘Cosmopolitanism without Emancipation: A Response to Lyotard’, in S. Lasch and J. Friedman (eds.), Modernity and Identity (Blackwell, 1992), pp. 59ߝ72.
73. C. Rumford, ‘Does Europe Have Cosmopolitan Borders?’, Globalizations, 2007, 4, 3, 1ߝ13.
74. O. Shabani, ‘Cosmopolitan Justice and Immigration’, European Journal of Social Theory, 2007, 10, 1, 87ߝ98.
75. W. Smith, ‘Cosmopolitan Citizenship: Virtue, Irony and Worldliness’, European Journal of Social Theory, 2007, 10, 1, 37ߝ52.