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Cosmopolitanism Paperback – April 28, 2002
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"If postcolonial Africa is off the cosmopolitan map for Kant or the Stoics, consider what could be learned (both in terms of the possibilities and tensions of cosmopolitanism) from the biography of a rural Senegalese Muslim brotherhood and its transformation into one of the most remarkable global trading networks of the contemporary world; or from the recent history of the photographed and aestheticized body in Senegal, and its negotiation with trans-African, Islamicate, and cosmopolitan norms of eros--especially eros that sells."
The binding encases an enormous amount of weird thinking, poor writing and frankly unintelligible leftist musings.
For those seeking to understand the concept of Cosmopolitanism, please see "Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers (Issues of Our Time)" by Kwame Anthony Appiah and The Cosmopolitanism Reader" by Garrett Wallace Brown and David Held. Both are available via Amazon.