Cosmopolitan Global Politics

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Ashgate, 2005 - Political Science - 174 pages
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Although the so-called global war on terrorism may have sidetracked the process, Hayden (Victoria U. of Wellington, New Zealand) believes that there is a growing cosmopolitan approach to international politics that is committed to individualism and the universality and generality of human moral worth. Supportive of this development, Hayden offers

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