Examines the new internationalism which emerged in Europe during the Enlightenment. This is the study of cosmopolitanism, which takes into account feminist and post-colonial critiques of the Enlightenment. It also offers cosmopolitanism as a solution to contemporary struggles to reach a post-national political identity.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Chapter 1 Cosmopolitanism Then and Now; Chapter 2 Expanding the Public Sphere; Chapter 3 Women and Justice; Chapter 4 Writing Against Slavery, Race and Empire; Chapter 5 Jewish Questions; Chapter 6 Conclusion: Postnational Cosmopolitanism?;