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integral cosmopolitanism

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Transcript of integral cosmopolitanism

Rival Conceptions of Cosmopolitanism:
Toward an Integrated Educational Ideal

Eli Vinokur

Supervisor:
Prof. Hanan Alexander

SHIFT HAPPENS
We are living in unprecedented times
Giddens 1999; Bauman 2003; Beck 2007
The rapid movement of capital, information, merchandise and people around the globe transcends barriers of distance, time, culture, and language, but not without a price
Beck 1992; Barber 1996a, 2008; Bauman 1998
vision of the good
vision of the good
cosmopolitanism
educational response
“the
concern
for the world as if it were
one’s polis

Benhabib 2004: 174
Cosmopolitanism ?
Moral
Political
Cultural
Economic
Sociological & Anthropological
"the other"
Cosmopolitanism
Cosmopolitanism
Cosmopolitanism
Cosmopolitanism
Cosmopolitanism
Integral
cosmopolitanism
Eeducational cosmopolitan vision of the good
Concerned for the other as I am concerned for myself
Family
Friends
Community
City
Region
Country
Continent
World
Interconnected >>>
"I am speaking about love of life with responsibility for others,
with responsibility for strengthening one another,
and as a partner neither to self-reproduction nor as acceptance of the existing order;
rather as an understanding that the existing order and oneself, as I am,
are the starting points for realization of love...

... Important doors are opening for education to love."

Ilan Gur-Ze'ev, The Last Lecture, January 4, 2012
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