The Cosmopolitan Screen (Between the Local and the Global:

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A special challenge for this chapter, therefore, is to carve out a useful terrain between two unproductive extremes. Evil actions are conditioned by these two causes. In their view, the international financial institutions are equivalent to an imperial power, which has de facto colonised countries such as Argentina. The basic principles of all liberal philosophy are: Liberals believe that the form of society should be the outcome of processes.

Pages: 328

Publisher: University of Michigan Press (April 30, 2007)

ISBN: 0472099663

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