A Political and Literary Forum
On the degradation of universal citizenship.
G. M. Tamás
What the composer and Kant had in common.
More than two decades after her death in 1975, Hannah Arendt has emerged as the political theorist of the post-totalitarian moment.
How the aesthetic pose crippled political thinking.
By E. O. Wilson.
H. Allen Orr
Is patriotism a morally irrelevant characteristic?
The life of the cosmopolitan, who puts right before country, and universal reason before the symbols of national belonging, need not be boring, flat, or lacking in love.
Martha C. Nussbaum
Noam Chomsky on the long history of American intervention.
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David Theo Goldberg
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