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- The idea that all of humanity belongs to a single moral community.
- 2013 November 25, Caroline Ferguson, “What kind of global citizens are teachers creating?”, in The Guardian:
- The philosophy of cosmopolitanism underlies theories of global citizenship. Cosmopolitanism is the ability to balance a local and global identity. A cosmopolitan individual engages meaningfully with different cultures and feels at home in the world.
- 2014 October, Gustavo Lins Ribeiro, “World anthropologies. Anthropological cosmopolitanisms and cosmopolitics.”, in Annual Review of Anthropology, volume 43:
- To present the world anthropologies project (WA), this article explores the existence of three kinds of anthropological cosmopolitanisms and cosmopolitics: imperial, liberal, and radical.
idea that all humanity belongs to a single community