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Introduction: We the Cosmopolitans: Framing the Debate
Lisette Josephides

Chapter 1. Citizens of Everything: The Aporetics of Cosmopolitanism
Ronald Stade

Chapter 2. The Capacities of Anyone: Accommodating the Universal Human Subject as Value and in Space
Nigel Rapport

Chapter 3. Cosmopolitan Morality in the British Immigration and Asylum System
Alexandra Hall

Chapter 4. Experiences of Pain: A Gateway to Cosmopolitan Subjectivity?
Anne Sigfrid Gronseth

Chapter 5. Cosmopolitanism as Welcoming the Other/Imperilling the Self: Ethics and Early Encounters between Lyons Missionaries and West African Rulers Prior to Colonial Rule
Marc Schiltz

Chapter 6. The Cartoon Controversy and the Possibility of Cosmopolitanism
Thomas Hylland Eriksen

Alexandra Hall

Notes on contributors

We the Cosmopolitans

Moral and Existential Conditions of Being Human

Edited by Lisette Josephides and Alexandra Hall

194 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78238-276-8 Hb Published (March 2014)

eISBN 978-1-78238-277-5 eBook