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Lexington Books (2005)
|Abstract||Critical Cosmology takes up the task of establishing the much needed philosophical tools to think globalization by reading Kant's refoundation of ...|
|Keywords||Globalization Philosophy Cosmopolitanism Philosophy Citizenship Philosophy Political science Philosophy|
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