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Philosophy of Globalization Oscar Daniel, Concha Roldán.

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Berlin : De Gruyter, 2018.
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Summary:
The aim of the publication is both to provide the debates on globalization with a genuine philosophical perspective by working out its normative dimensions, and to scientifically ground the ethical-philosophical discourse on global responsibility. Other topics addressed are the altering consciousness of space and time, and globalization as a discourse, as an ideology and as a symbolic form.
Contents:
Frontmatter
Preface
Contents
1. Global Economy and Politics
The Political Subject in Globalization: the Discussion Agency
Complex Citizenship and Globalization
A Defense of Cooperative Cognition
Conceptualizing Capitalist Globalization
Liberalism's All-inclusive Promise of Freedom and its Illiberal Effects: A Critique of the Concept of Globalization
Defense of 'Soft' Universalism or 'Clash of Civilizations'
The Places of Critical Universalism: Postcolonial and Decolonial Approaches in Context
2. Ethical Duty: Global Justice
The Thinning and Deformation of Ethical and Political Concepts in the Era of Globalization
Globalization, Inequalities and Justice
From a Bounded View to a Globalized Perspective: Considerations on a Human Right to Health
Who Are the Subjects of Justice in a Globalized World? From the 'Unidimensional Identity' to the 'Diversity of Identities'
Sustainable Intergenerational Justice and its Ends
Global Responsibility in a Historical Context
3. On History of Globalization
Philosophical History at the Cusp of Globalization: Scottish Enlightenment Reflections on Colonial Spanish America
Jesuit Mission and the Globalization of Knowledge of the Americas: Florian Paucke's Hin und Her in the Province of 'Paraquaria' During the Eighteenth Century
Urban Globalization and its Historicity: The Case of the Global Sanitary City in Mexico in the Nineteenth Century
A Land of Opportunities: Foreign Engineers in the Ottoman Empire
Cartographies of the 'Eastern Question': Some Considerations on Mapping the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea in the Nineteenth Century
The Effect of Dependency Theory on Discussions of 'Underdevelopment' in Turkey
The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism and the Problem of Temporalization-on the 100th Anniversary of Witold Kula's Birth
4. Globalization in the History of Philosophy
Globalization and Crisis of Values: Promise and Total Disappointment
Radical and Moderate Enlightenment? The Case of Diderot and Kant
Hospitality, Coercion and Peace in Kant
Critical Global Studies and Planetary History: New Perspectives on the Enlightenment
Globalization and Modernity in Marx and Postone
The Metaphysics of Globalization in Heidegger
Globalization as a Symbolic Form: Ernst Cassirer's Philosophy of Symbolic Form as the Basis for a Theory of Globalization
5. Theory of Globalization and Philosophy of History
Theory and Practice of Historical Writing in Times of Globalization
Koselleck-Foucault: The Birth and Death of Philosophy of History
Where is History Heading? Concerning the Idea of Progress
The Crisis of Historical Time at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century: An Early Counterpoint Between Benjamin and Heidegger as a Crucial Issue for Thinking Modernity, Globalization and its Historical Space
A Philosophical Inquiry into the Future as a Category of Historical Time
Index of Persons
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Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Daniel, Oscar editor.
Roldán, Concha editor.
ISBN:
3-11-049241-5
OCLC:
1031918005
Publisher Number:
10.1515/9783110492415 doi