|Series||Contemporary political theory|
|LC Classifications||JZ1308 .V47 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780521761871, 9780521744379|
|LC Control Number||2009053754|
The central arguments in Cosmopolitan Regard are that what we owe to other societies rests on the same basis as what we owe to our own, and that a theory of cosmopolitanism Author: Richard Vernon. Book Description Cosmopolitan theory suggests that we should shift our moral attention from the local to the global. Richard Vernon argues, however, that if we adopt cosmopolitan beliefs about justice we must re-examine our beliefs about political obligation. 'In this imaginative and ambitious book Richard Vernon sets out an attractive and sophisticated contractarian account of 'cosmopolitan regard' that offers a rich and innovative approach to global John Horton, Keele University 'This clearly written book defends an account of patriotic concern that is compatible with the cosmopolitan ideal of equal regard for others. To reach cosmopolitan conclusions, you may need (strong) cosmopolitan premises. Nevertheless, this is an engaging and well-argued book, strongly recommended to those seeking to give the idea of citizenship a cosmopolitan dimension.
Richard Vernon‟s book, Cosmopolitan Regard: Political Membership and Global Justice, 1 presents a distinctive argument for a nuanced position on the most important topic in contemporary political theory. I propose to identify some core features of this. Your Exclusive First Look at Elizabeth Gilbert’s New Book, ‘City of Girls’ The Eat Pray Love author’s new novel has a message: Give yourself permission to be reckless—and look good doing. The Cosmopolitan is a unique luxury resort hotel and casino in the heart of The Las Vegas Strip like none other Book your stay to enjoy residential-styled living spaces with private terraces and breathtaking skyline views. Explore our one-of-a-kind Restaurant Collection featuring the Las Vegas debuts of world-class chefs. Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers (Issues of Our Time) [Appiah, Kwame Anthony] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers (Issues of Our Time) In this regard, Appiah’s example of the virus being the basis of some of the diseases and the parallel explanation for that Cited by:
To reach cosmopolitan conclusions, you may need (strong) cosmopolitan premises. Nevertheless, this is an engaging and well-argued book, strongly recommended to those seeking to give the idea of citizenship a cosmopolitan dimension. Goodhart’s book does not offer much advice on how we might get there, but it is a powerful reminder that we have to try. • The Road to Somewhere: The Populist Revolt and the Future of Politics. Cosmopolitan Regard, Motivation, and Multiple Jurisdictions Article in Journal of International Political Theory 9(1) April with 5 Reads How we measure 'reads'. In his essay Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch, Immanuel Kant stages a ius cosmopoliticum (cosmopolitan law/right) as a guiding principle to help global society achieve permanent, enduring peace. Kant's cosmopolitan right stems from an understanding of all human beings as equal members of a universal community.