Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism: Irreconcilable Differences or Possible Bedfellows?
Sparked by the recent reinvigoration of the long-running debate over the competing ideological merits of nationalism and cosmopolitanism by leading Western philosophers, this article presents an argument as to how these two adversarial projects might be r
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