Reciprocal Cosmopolitanism
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Dorota Drałus
University of Wroclaw, Poland
Published 2020-04-21
https://doi.org/10.15388/Problemos.97.1
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democracy
globalisation
reciprocal cosmopolitanism

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Drałus D. (2020). Reciprocal Cosmopolitanism. Problemos, 97, 8-23. https://doi.org/10.15388/Problemos.97.1

Abstract

In the paper I analyse Daniele Archibugi’s conception of the new cosmopolitanism, aimed at formulation of a theory of cosmopolitan democracy capable of facing contemporary global problems that go beyond the competences of nation-states. My claim is that the advocates of the new cosmopolitanism have yet to come up with a theoretical minimum to which all parties of the cosmopolitan debate would subscribe. I argue that the main obstacle in formulation of a viable cosmopolitanism are attempts at imposition of the universalist uniformity inscribed in the traditional cosmopolitanism or, at best, a straightforward acceptance of cultural differences. In opposition to this, I outline the idea of reciprocal cosmopolitanism which, I believe, should proceed from the acknowledgement of human diversity, thus becoming a more inclusive project than its existing alternatives.

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