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Kant’s Cosmopolitanism

Politics and Philosophy in a Global Debate

Áron Telegdi-Csetri

A work in the political philosophy of cosmopolitanism, this book aims at a Kantian interpretation concerning the role of philosophy in modeling the societal horizon of a cosmopolitan sense of politics. The primary philosophical work interpreted here is Kant’s Towards Perpetual Peace, all the reflections contained herein being inspired by a dialogue with its text. As such, this book stands at the crossroads between Kantian studies and contemporary theories of political-philosophical cosmopolitanism. It touches numerous issues from political philosophy, international relations, ethics, the history of philosophy, Kantian studies as well as political, social and cultural cosmopolitanism, being useful both for complementing course materials within these fields and as secondary literature for researchers who wish to delve into the intricacies of Kantian politics and cosmopolitanism.

· ISBN: 978-606-697-119-5 (ebook) · Published 2020 · Online access on this site ·
· ISBN: 978-606-697-118-8 (paperback) · Print / eBook available from Zeta Books ·

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