By Kwame Anthony Appiah
“A amazing and humane philosophy for our burdened age.”—Samantha strength, writer of A challenge from Hell
Drawing on a vast variety of disciplines, together with background, literature, and philosophy—as good because the author's personal adventure of lifestyles on 3 continents—?Cosmopolitanism? is an ethical manifesto for a planet we percentage with greater than six billion strangers.
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