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Oct/Nov 1994 Vol. XIX No. 5





Contents







Patriotism or Cosmopolitanism?



Patriotism and Cosmopolitanism

by Martha Nussbaum


Replies to Nussbaum


  • Loyalty to Humanity, by Anthony Appiah
  • Foolish Cosmopolitanism, by Harvey C. Mansfield
  • Cosmopolitan Seductions, by Anne Norton
  • Eros Against Esperanto, by Robert Pinsky
  • For the Sake of Reason?, by Hilary Putnam
  • Christian Cosmopolitanism, by Richard Sennett
  • Constitutional Faith, by Benjamin R. Barber
  • Neither Patriotism, Nor Cosmopolitanism, by Immanuel Wallerstein
  • Democratic Citizenship, by Amy Gutmann
  • No Place Like Home, by Michael Dorris
  • Kantians in Every Culture?, by Judith Butler
  • Neglecting History, by Leo Marx
  • Patriotism, Not Chauvinism, by Paul Berman
  • Patriotism Without Hypocrisy, by David A. Strauss
  • Our Country, Right or Wrong, by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
  • The Occidental Tagore, by Lloyd Rudolph
  • Empires of Reason, by Michael Lerner
  • Patriotism for Cosmopolitans, by Charles Beitz
  • Blurred Vision, by Rachel Hadas
  • Cosmopolitanism and Difference, by William E. Connolly
  • Limits of Loyalty, by Nathan Glazer
  • Why Democracy Needs Patriotism, by Charles Taylor
  • A Defense of Communal Values, by Herbert Gintis
  • Spheres of Affection, by Michael Walzer
  • Duties of Descent, by Anthony Kronman
  • Get Serious, by George Fletcher
  • Enlightened Patriotism, by Lawrence Blum
  • From Part to Whole, by Sissela Bok
  • Pluralism in One Country, by Sheldon Hackney
  • Asking the Right Questions: Martha Nussbaum Responds





Reviews



Biography


Don Share
Lost Puritan: A Life of Robert Lowell   Paul Mariani

Fiction


Richard Kaye
The Desire and the Pursuit of the Whole: The First Complete
Edition   Frederick Rolfe

Jeffrey Goldsmith
Mr. Vertigo   Paul Auster

Poetry


David Barber
In a Time of Violence   Eavan Boland

Joshua Weiner
Hinge & Sign: Poems, 1968 1993   Heather McHugh





Poetry




Boy's Poem, by David Gewanter

Rilke's Argument with Don Giovanni, by Alan Williamson

Telephoning In Mexican Sunlight, by Galway Kinnell

Poet's Sampler


Lloyd Schwartz introduces Robyn Selman


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