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1:03:48 | Dec 14th, 2013
Anthony Pagden, discusses "The Legacy of Enlightened Cosmopolitanism". Pagden is Professor of History and Political Science at the University of California, Los Angeles.
34:28 | Dec 14th, 2013
José Maria Hernández, discusses "A Pattern of Global Decorum? From Imperial Toleration to Cosmopolitan Politics". Hernández is from the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distance in Spain.
38:13 | Dec 14th, 2013
David Armitage, discusses "Cosmopolitanism and Civil War". Armitage is the Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History at Harvard.
38:28 | Dec 14th, 2013
Sankar Muthu, discusses "Enlightenment Cosmopolitanism as a Theory of Interactive and Countervailing Powers". Muthu is Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago.
37:00 | Dec 14th, 2013
Dr. Melissa Calaresu, discusses "Cosmopolitanism and Patriotism in Naples: The Case of Pietro Napoli-Signorelli (1731-1815)". Dr. Calaresu is Faculty of History at the University of Cambridge.
36:42 | Dec 14th, 2013
Daniel Carey, discusses "Locke's Dilemma: Cosmopolitanism, Rationality, and the Problem of Human Nature". Carey is Faculty at the National University of Ireland, Galway.
35:20 | Dec 14th, 2013
Joan-Pau Rubiés, discusses "The Cosmopolitan Paradox: Travel, Anthropology, and Cultural Diversity". Rubiés is the ICREA Research Professor at UPF (Universitat Pompeu Fabra).
28:09 | Dec 13th, 2013
Silvia Sebastiani, discusses "Gendered Cosmopolitanism? The History of Women and Civilization in the Scottish Enlightenment". Sebastiani is a lecturer at EHESS in Paris.
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