What is cosmopolitanism, and why does it matter? How can the communication of cosmopolitanism function as both a framework for the critique of power and a catalyst for imagining alternative orders? In addressing these questions, my aim is to recuperate cosmopolitanism as a normative project that challenges its Western conditions of possibility and recognizes vulnerable others as those with their own claims to humanity and justice.

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