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The Cosmopolitanism Reader
Acknowledgements Editors Introduction Garrett Wallace Brown and David Held I. Kant and Contemporary Cosmopolitanism Introduction Idea of a Universal History with a Cosmopolitan Purpose Immanuel Kant
Grounding Cosmopolitanism: From Kant to the Idea of a Cosmopolitan Constitution
Part One 1. Kantian Cosmopolitanism 2. Kantian Cosmopolitan Law and the Idea of a Cosmopolitan Constitution Part Two 3. State Sovereignty, Federation and Kantian Cosmopolitanism 4. Cultural
The Idea of Partnership within the Millennium Development Goals: context, instrumentality and the normative demands of partnership
Abstract The word’ partnership’ is pervasive within debates about participatory global governance and the idea of partnership acts as an underwriting principle within both the Millennium Development
An agenda for integrated system-wide interdisciplinary agri-food research
This paper outlines the development of an integrated interdisciplinary approach to agri-food research, designed to address the ‘grand challenge’ of global food security. Rather than meeting this
COVID-19: time for paradigm shift in the nexus between local, national and global health
The novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is still on the rise in Europe, in the USA and in other parts of the world, including in many low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs).
Bringing the State Back into Cosmopolitanism: The Idea of Responsible Cosmopolitan States
When surveying the cosmopolitan literature one is often struck by the ease with which the state is rendered morally and empirically otiose and by resulting ambiguities about the role states could
Globalization and its methodological discontents: Contextualizing globalization through the study of HIV/AIDS
The article focuses on three recent case studies conducted on globalization and HIV/AIDS and explores how these cases can help to understand the contextual permutations involved within the processes of globalization.
Distributing Who Gets What and Why: Four Normative Approaches to Global Health
  • G. Brown
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • 1 September 2012
It will be argued that current theorizing about global health rests on opposing ontological perspectives about what global health should prioritize and that these presuppositions result in distinctively antagonistic normative demands about how the authors should distribute, who gets what and why.
The Laws of Hospitality, Asylum Seekers and Cosmopolitan Right
The purpose of this article is to respond to Jacques Derrida’s reading of Immanuel Kant’s laws of hospitality and to offer a deeper exploration into Kant’s separation of a cosmopolitan right to visit