Posted in July 2013

Cosmopolitanism and Conflict

 John Cabot University, Rome, October 11-13 2013 Contemporary global politics is increasingly marked by conflicts. One thinks of conflicts over institutions and authorities, resources and citizenship, military force and climate change, religion and ideology. Yet prevailing cosmopolitan theories of global politics tend to abstract from conflict, through idealizing presuppositions about rights and authority, rationality and … Continue reading