Patriotism, cosmopolitanism, and national culture
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Patriotism, cosmopolitanism, and national culture public culture in Hamburg 170-1933 by James Tyler Kent

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Published by Rodopi in Amsterdam .
Written in English

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Statementedited by Peter Uwe Hohendahl.
LC ClassificationsDD
The Physical Object
Pagination231 p. ;
Number of Pages231
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Open LibraryOL22548392M
ISBN 109042011858

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This book seeks to address the relation of political philosophy and Donald Trump as a political phenomenon through the notions of patriotism, cosmopolitanism, and civic virtue. Political philosophers have been prescient in explaining trends that may explain our political : $ The Idea of National Opera, c. * The Invention of German Music, c. ; Playing with the Nation: Napoleon and the Culture of Nationalism; Cosmopolitanism, Patriotism, Nationalism; Art in a Cool Climate: The Cultural Policy of the British State in European Context, c. to c. * The Invention of National Author: Siegfried Weichlein.   Appiah’s “Cosmopolitan Patriots,” a founding text of the cosmopolitan patriotism, was published in Critical Inquiry in Spring The date of publication is important as the s, as Calhoun notes, was the decade of a “false opposition” between liberal cosmopolitanism and reactionary was seen as a utopia, the other as a threat, depending on the side taken by the. Book Description: InHegel on Political Identity, Lydia Moland provocatively draws on Hegel's political philosophy to engage sometimes contentious contemporary issues such as patriotism, national identity, and cosmopolitanism. Moland argues that patriotism for Hegel indicates an attitude toward the state, whereas national identity is a response to culture.

Patriotism and Cosmopolitanism from Boston Review. The life of the cosmopolitan, who puts right before country, and universal reason before the symbols of national belonging, need not be boring, flat, or lacking in love. Cosmopolitanism and patriotism: questions of identity, membership and belonging We now live in a globalized world which influences international relations, world economy and diplomacy. The individual also faces the challenge of imagining and feeling part of the world, besides the obligations he owes to the state he belongs to. In Tagore's novel, the appeal to world citizenship fails -- fails because patriotism is full of color and intensity and passion, whereas cosmopolitanism seems to have a hard time gripping the imagination. And yet in its very failure, Tagore shows, it succeeds. Nationalism, Patriotism, and Group Loyalty: A Social Psychological Perspective DANIEL DRUCKMAN National Research Council The purpose of this essay is to introduce the reader to a social psycho- logical perspective on the roots of nationalism. At its heart is the de- scription of how individuals develop feelings about and attachments to.

Tagore's cosmopolitanism was more cultural and spiritual in nature, in which the individual would be expected to share a sense of hospitality and sympathy towards all fellow human beings, and. Vazha Pshavela’s “Cosmopolitanism and Patriotism” () was published on the eve of revolution. Throughout tsarist Russia, and throughout Georgia, intellectuals and writers were beginning to question the foundations of the regime’s sovereignty. Such cosmopolitan patriotism is said by advocates such as British-born American philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah to give rise to a rooted cosmopolitanism that couples attachment to one’s homeland and cultural particularities with an appreciation of different places and different people and a robust respect for the equal moral worth of all. Like nationalism, Tagore's perspectives on patriotism are also characterised by certain paradoxes and ambiguities; he was a fervid patriot, yet he openly denounced and deplored the sentiment of patriotism. We know that Tagore wrote many songs celebrating his native land and paying homage to its beauty and fecundity, of which, as mentioned earlier, two have become the national.