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Synonyms for cosmopolitan

Synonyms for cosmopolitan

so pervasive and all-inclusive as to exist in or affect the whole world

experienced in the ways of the world; lacking natural simplicity

Synonyms for cosmopolitan

a sophisticated person who has travelled in many countries

growing or occurring in many parts of the world

composed of people from or at home in many parts of the world

Antonyms

of worldwide scope or applicability

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Anne Sigfrid Gronseth introduces the concept of embodied cosmopolitanism as an experience between self and other through a case study of Tamil refugees in Norway to describe the role of pain as an embodied social experience.
Cosmopolitanism may sound very modern, perhaps very fashionable, but it is neither.
The greatest theorist of enlightened cosmopolitanism was Kant, whose views on universal law influenced modern cosmopolitan theory as well as modern ethics and humanism.
Her argument is both coherent and persuasive, but most of all, manages to make sense of the debates between ideal and non-ideal theory, statism and cosmopolitanism, sufficientarianism and global egalitarianism, without oversimplifying the arguments offered by different camps.
Delanty's division of cosmopolitanism could be considered rather stiff, but all three of his aspects are based on common predispositions: 1) the primal units of moral care are the individual human beings, 2) the moral care for all individuals must be equal, which is to say that all human beings are equal, and 3) the cosmopolitan standpoint applies equally to all individuals that live in this world.
However, since the book focuses on the broad questions of cosmopolitanism and the intellectual, scholars from fields throughout the humanities will doubtlessly find Robbins's positions to be provocative and relevant.
The concurrent publications of jazz Cosmopolitanism in Accra and the third edition of Sound and Sentiment (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2012) provide some indication of Feld's enormous impact on the fields of ethnomusicology, anthropology, and sound studies.
What is more, such assumptions are further read as instigating in the South, and the postcolonial world generally, a call for a methodological review of the rendition and practice of cosmopolitanism (Beck 28).
It has little to say about cosmopolitanism as an instrument of thinking.
Soho's cosmopolitanism arose not only from its position as a neighbourhood within the imperial capital, but from its longstanding history as a home to immigrants from the European continent and its connection to expanding Anglo-American commercial entertainment industries.
The focus is on cosmopolitanism as IR theory, but it will be futile to discuss this concept without reference to global governance or globalization since both are connected to cosmopolitanism in many ways.
If we want to learn about black cosmopolitanism, we need to look elsewhere.
Keirstead begins his Victorian Poetry, Europe, and the Challenge of Cosmopolitanism by imagining "an Atlas of Victorian Poetry" (p.
Branding Cities: Cosmopolitanism, Parochialism, and Social Change.